Quick Weight Loss Tips – Do Diet Pills Really Work?
Weight loss pills are more popular than ever. It is possible that they do work for a short time towards your weight loss goals. However, they do not work long term. Think about it, you will have to take these pills everyday for the rest of your life. Is this the commitment you want to make? Do you want to be a slave to these pills and the manufacturers than make these pills? I would hope the answer is no.
Additionally, in the past there have been many serious health problems with these pills, You maybe thinking of the pills sold over the counter, but I am also referring to the prescription pills as well. Many pills actually took lives in their prime years. I read a study about an airline stewardess that wanted to lose 15 pounds. She took these prescription weight loss drugs and ended up needing a lung transplant. How horrible a fate over 15 pounds.
Many people fall into the pill trap because they want a crash diet which will take off the weight in an easy and fast method. This is where most fail in their efforts and their weight comes right back and they end up weighing more than when they started the diet.
If these dieters took more time to take the weight off they might be more successful. There is a saying, fast off then fast back on. Take it off slow to make sure your habits and tastes have changed to allow your body to adjust and keep the weight off.
No matter what your reason for wanting quick weight loss tips, whether you are in the obese category or just want to loose a few pounds for a special event, you become susceptible to believing the written word, particularly when it is presented in a carefully thought out and calculated manner.
Most products and advice about how to lose weight fast, fall into one of the following categories;
-Only focused on short term weight loss
-Potentially VERY bad for your health
-Pills that may be harmful to your body
-Finally and Unfortunately – completely ineffective
It is somewhat unfortunate that our lives today revolve around on speed. We are so busy that everything must happen yesterday if not sooner. As a consequence we expect the same results in our weight loss expectations. So we look for the latest pill, potion or fad diet that will solve our problems, or give us the body shape we crave.
Recent statistics indicate that there are 50 million people in America, who are trying trying to lose weight! It is sad to read that the success rate is just 4-5%.
Many of these people are looking for quick weight loss tips, and as a result are finding an abundance of weight loss pills that promote how easy it is to lose weight fast by consuming their products.
The reality of course is quite different as the above statistics indicate. the problem is that most of the weight loss pills can not provide the results, you the consumer, are looking for.
That is not to say that they can not have an effect, it is simply that they can not provide any real weight loss result on their own, and so you need to read and understand the fine print on how to use them.
Most diet pills work as a hunger suppressant, so if you use them prior to eating one or many of your planned meals, that is fine provided you then have the meal. The effect should be that as your hunger is suppressed you will eat less. Naturally read the instructions carefully.
On the other hand if you are taking them to avoid a meal, you are most likely to simply end up in a starvation process leading to “binge” eating habits that are extremely harmful to your body.
I would also advise that you research the product are fully before consuming, there are products that have been banned, and there are also products under scrutiny, some of these products contain potentially harmful substances.