Reductil or otherwise known by the active ingredient Sibutramine Hydrochloride Monohydrate has a two phase approach to weight loss.
Firstly, this anti obesity medication affects the brain by transmitting messages between nerve cells that enhances fulfillment making the body feel fuller and negating the need for food intake.
The second phase is by blocking fat absorption, similar in effect to Xenical.
Reductil is a very powerful anti obesity drug and should only be used for that (anti obesity) the casual dieter who is looking to lose only a few pounds is not a candidate for Reductil.
Reductil is aimed at the dangerously overweight – someone who has a high Body Mass Index (BMI) of over 30 could be considered if all other methods for weight control have failed.
Sufferers from type 2 diabetes are another group that can come under consideration.
Reductil Capsules can cause serious side effects and can be extremely detrimental to your health – theatshould only be considered as a last course of action.
Reductil Side Effects
- Pins And Needles
- Kidney Disorders
There are other side effects that have been associated with Reductil, some extremely serious – but for legal reasons we cannot highlight them.
Who Should Not Take Reductil if you
Are breastfeeding or pregnant
Have had liver or kidney problems
Have an eating disorder such as Bulimia or anorexia
Have Tourette Syndrome
Have an eye illness such as Glaucoma
Have a history of mental illness
Does Reductil Work
Reductil can be effective for weight loss but the potential health risks can be too high. Reductil’s two phase approach can substituted by using the safer Xenical and a natural appetite suppressant such as Hoodia Gordonii.
Should I Buy Reductil
Only as a last resort if you are dangerously obese and at risk. In this scenario you should be in constant communication with your GP.