Tuesday, April 12, 2022
If you are serious about losing weight, then a combination of prescription slimming pills, dieting and exercise is the best option. In independent tests by a state dietician, Xenical was the best option and was rated at 8 out of 10. Xenical contains Orlistat and helps you to excrete fat from the body. It was found to help you lose 50% more weight than by dieting alone. Xenical is for people with a BMI (Body Mass Index) of 30+ or 27+ if they have health problems. It is only available with a prescription. You can order Xenical and take a free online consultation with our GMC or UK registered doctor by clicking here. Xenical prescription-only medicine, plus dieting, exercise and multivitamin pills should be the best option for you.
Alli is the non-prescription version of Xenical and is half the strength. In an independent test by the same state dietician, it was rated at 7 out of 10 for effectiveness.XLS Medical Fat Binder Tablets are used to help reduce excess weight and manage weight gain after the target weight is reached. The tablets contain the active ingredient litramine, which comes from an organic plant source - prickly pear. It works by binding with the fat from food that is eaten, creating a larger fat-fibre complex. This complex is too large to be absorbed, so it is excreted from the body. Once this stage is completed, the vitamins A, D and E are released and absorbed by the body.
There are several other "miracle cures" for losing weight, but the independent state dietician rated them as ineffective. Seaweed pills including Adios, Femmeherb and Slim Aid were rated at 1 out of 10, whilst green tea pills including Perfect 10 and Slimshot were rated at 2 out of 10. Herbal appetite suppressants Pure Hoodia and Slim-nite were rated at 0 out of 10, whilst bulking agents Appesat, Fat Control and Slendex got 2 out of 10. XLS Medical is a new product and was not considered by the expert.
If you are overweight or have health problems including blood pressure and diabetes. long term change in eating is the way to lose weight and keep it off, instead of a fad diet. When snacking, swap chocolate, cakes, crisps or biscuits for fruit. When shopping choose the low fat, healthy option. Instead of fizzy or alcoholic drinks, which are high in calories, change some or all of these drinks to plain or flavoured water.
If you are overweight or obese check your BMI (Body Mass Index). If you are obese, set objectives of losing 5-10% of your weight in stages. All adults need about 2.5 hours of exercise per week. Look for a sustained program, instead of say, a fad of gym work. The easiest way is to take brisk walks. Walk to work or the shops instead of taking the car or bus.