What Diet Pills Are Most Effective
Trying to navigate around the diet pill industry can be very time consuming, frustrating and leave us feeling none-the-wiser.
Who do we believe, has marketing gone just too far. The makers of consumer diet pills are trying to claim a stake of a billion pound/dollar industry and try not to let fact get in the way when promoting their latest weight loss tablet.
It is us the poor punter that suffers, we have taken note of the media hysteria surrounding weight loss, health and fitness and decided to do something about our weight. Diet pills seem such an easy solution.
We have busy lives and so popping a pill or two is an ideal and lazy way to lose weight. But are we just too trusting in the message the weight loss industry is telling.
A large proportion of consumer diet pills available to us to freely purchase have no medical backing, have undergone absolutely no clinical trials and have no certification to back up their weight loss claims.
If we are unlucky (or lucky) enough to have a high BMI we may be eligible for a doctor prescribed diet pill, Xenical would be the most likely as it is considered by much of the medical profession as highly effective. But due to cost a GP is not likley to prescribe as the cost of prescription does not cover manufacturing costs.
So what do we do if we are not considered dangerously overweight or obese, what should we do if we want to lose weight and have no hope of our GP giving us a course of tablets that will give us the shape and physique that we want. Who do we trust.
Most diet pill manufacturers will want to supply their product to as many outlets as possible to maximise profits. This is a tell tale sign that the product may more geared toward to the coffers of the makers rather than the benefit of the consumer.