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Diet Pills And Their Safety- Know The Truth

Some people claim that diet pills can cause more harm than good. The regulation of weight loss products has been questioned for a long time. It is true that the directions of use need to be reviewed, not to mention getting a pill that has been approved. Still, even if you take legal and approved diet pills, you can face some health problems. Some people will be more sensitive to ingredients than others. Find out the truth below.

What Diet Pills Do

Most diet pills are designed to cleanse out the system or to speed up metabolism. There is no problem with them, but you have to know that if you do not change your diet the pill on its own will never work. Companies who claim that you can eat as much as you can and lose weight are only trying to take you for a ride. Do not fall for the hype. Pills only work if you are determined and are happy to make lifestyle adjustments.


Increased Metabolism

When your metabolic rate is increased, you will feel hungry faster. This is like a Catch 22. Make sure that you eat plenty of low-calorie, slow release foods at least five times a day. This way you can avoid overeating and gaining weight while on a diet. You can increase the pills’ effect on your metabolism if you start and end the day with a 10-minute light exercise like a walk or yoga.

Vitamins and Minerals

One of the main dangers of diet pills is that they might flush out minerals and vitamins stored in your body’s cells. That is why many people feel tired and less energetic when on a diet. It is your responsibility to eat loads of fruit containing vitamin C, E and B, meat for iron and dairy products for Calcium. The vitamins and minerals that “get flushed out” of your system the fastest are vitamins C and Calcium. Colon Cleansing weight loss pills are the most dangerous of all. They can also get rid of helpful bacteria protecting you from infections and illnesses.


You should always check the allergy advice on the label of the pill. The recently introduced raspberry pills can cause food allergies and hay fever symptoms for some people who have pre-existing conditions. Trial offers of pills are the best if you have any type of food or supplement intolerance. In some cases, skin rashes and acne can appear as a result of taking weight loss pills.

Final Word on Diet Pills

Weight loss tablets are designed to help you burn calories faster. However, they should never be used as a standalone method to lose weight. You need to combine taking diet pills with a healthy diet, exercise routine and lifestyle changes. This way you can increase the success of the weight loss plan a great deal. In order to avoid the weakening of your immune system, make sure that you are replacing vitamins and minerals lost during the diet.

Laura F Wolf is a health and diet writer, publishing about the health effects of different diets. She blogs about diet and acne, revitol products and alternative eating like paleo.


  1. Cecille Piatrovic

    June 21, 2013 at 6:46 pm

    I did use Liproxenol plus I exercised and ate in moderation. It’s amazing because I seem to lose more weight than I ever did with other diet pills I have take before with no untoward side effects. I know that people would say that you may lose weight when using pills then gain it all back after you quit taking ’em. I understand, that’s why I’ve decided to incorporate the discipline of exercising and eating healthy while on the pill. I used the pill as an aid to get my goal weight but it doesn’t mean I have to be addicted using it. This pill is great though cause it gives me extra energy aside from controlling my hunger pangs. Hope this helps.

  2. Kathy Fowler

    June 16, 2013 at 10:56 pm

    I’m taking Liproxenol, and yes it does suppress appetite but I know I have to move a little with exercise to burn more calories and not just depend on the appetite suppression. I do love it when I feel my body sweating off that fat!

  3. Kathy

    June 12, 2013 at 4:37 am

    It really is scary to try out just any diet pills, especially when its your first time around. I have long been searching and browsing for what diet pills to take to aid my weight loss, but a lot of considerations has to be made. First and foremost is it safe? Your aim is to be healthy by losing some weight then we have to be sure that what we will take is safe. What I did when I picked out a diet pill, Liproxenol to be exact, I took time to take note of its ingredients and immediately asked my doctor for expert advise. As soon as I got my “safe” signal, I took it. So far I have had no side effects and it’s working smoothly for me.

  4. Maria Jimenez

    May 16, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    I agree with you both. I have paired up Prescopodene with Clear Cleanse Pro and it does the job for me. I feel energized and light. I do try to brisk walk during weekends since I have my hands full during weekdays.

    • Sue

      May 24, 2013 at 3:35 am

      Hi there, I did try Prescopodene in the past. I am actually happy with what it gave me but I have to quit it because I got pregnant last year. I’m currently breastfeeding and in the next couple of months I’ll be using this diet pill again cause I’ve put on too much weight. I didn’t know that combining it with the cleanser would be a good tandem. I’ll try it as soon as I can take the pill. thanks.

  5. Alberto

    May 11, 2013 at 1:39 am

    If you are on diet pills, your lifestyle will determine your success on the pill. You still have to do something to give those pill kick and at the same time, you also have to change your diet. Truly there are pills that work. Mine is Prescopodene, but I don’t rely to much on the pill. It’s a two way process. You have to do your job as the pill will do it’s wonder.

    • Laura Wolf

      May 15, 2013 at 3:33 am

      I agree with you, Alberto. It is a two way process. No gain without pain, but you can increase the results with pills.

  6. Reine

    April 10, 2013 at 5:59 am

    I love your final word about diet pills. Great info. That’s exactly what I am doing with Liproxenol. I don’t look at it as a quick fix but rather an aid for weight loss. Thanks again for sharing this.

    • Aden Sanchez

      April 20, 2013 at 11:21 pm

      I’m convinced that diet pills won’t work if it’s taken abusively. It’s purpose is to aid and not to replace. How can someone understand the importance of living a healthy lifestyle if they would always think of a better escape to every weight problem they have. My bestfriend uses this Liproxenol as well and it appears that she’s quit getting good results by using it. For me, I’ll stick with regular exercise and diet moderation. Much much more healthy. I’ll consider diet pills in the future if these regimens I know would fail. Keep the faith on losing weight.

      • Renee

        June 1, 2013 at 11:24 pm

        Taking diet pills for weight can be safe if you sought advice from experts who knows the potency of the pills active ingredients. I tried other pills but some are not really effective. I’m planning to try this Prescopodene. The ingredients seems fine according to my doctor. Will give an update.

        • Henry

          June 16, 2013 at 7:06 pm

          I think everyone should be aware of what they are taking before they use it and also getting a detailed instruction from the Doctor is mandatory before they use diet pills as some pills are totally harmful to the body . Maintaining a healthy diet is useful before using any kind of pills.I’ve heard of this Prescopodene before and maybe it’s really effective, but like I’ve said, asking a doctor before taking any kind of pills is a must.

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