1. What are diet pills?
Diet pills can either be prescription drugs that can only be taken, as the name suggests, under medical prescription and are short-term medication or natural supplements made from plant extracts created to help you lose weight in a healthier way by boosting your metabolism, blocking the absorption of fats and enhancing your physical performance.
2. Can I use diet pills without being on a strict diet?
Yes, you can! This is one of the main advantages of diet pills, they are supporting your metabolism due to their natural ingredients. However, if you want to achieve faster results we recommend you to develop healthy and balanced eating habits without completely cutting off foods that you enjoy eating.
3. Should I use other medication or natural supplements in order to lose weight?
No, efficient natural weight loss supplements contain all the active ingredients your body needs in order to shed pounds in a healthy way. This is why it’s not recommended to combine different types of weight loss medication.
4. Should I exercise while taking diet pills?
Yes, especially if you want to maximize your results. Also keep in mind that each diet pill works in a different way and you should read the Patient Information Leaflet to know what exactly applies to your chosen diet pill in terms of exercise and nutrition.
5. Are there any side effects associated to diet pills?
For prescription diet pills there might be changes in the values of your blood pressure, changes in the heart rate, mood swings or even greater health risks (heart attack, cardiac arrest) depending on your state of health.
Weight loss supplements have little to no side effects. Some of the main side effects that were reported include nausea, headaches, dizziness, fatigue and an upset stomach.
6. Which are the most efficient diet pills?
The most efficient diet pills are natural supplements made from plant extracts that possess certain qualities which are meant to support your body in fighting against the extra weight.
7. If I am pregnant or breastfeeding can I take diet pills?
We recommend you to discuss this with your doctor, as in general pregnant women should not use diet pills. The same applies if you are breastfeeding: only a doctor can decide if it’s safe for you and your baby to use diet pills.
8. Will I gain back my weight after I stop using diet pills?
Diet pills are especially designed to help you lose weight in a healthy way and to avoid the so-called yo-yo effect. Despite that, it’s important to pay attention to your nutrition and to exercise and those extra pounds will remain a thing of the past.
9. Can I use diet pills without interruptions?
No, diet pills should not be used long-term without interruptions because your body will develop tolerance. We advise you not to take diet pills uninterrupted for periods longer than 6 months. Short periods of pause should help your body recover and get used to its new metabolism.
10. Are the diet pills we purchase online safe to use?
Yes, there are many safe and efficient pills that can be purchased online through authorized websites. Though, it’s not recommended to use illegal or untested pills from the black market.
11. Which diet pills are safe while breastfeeding?
It’s always important to discuss your options with your physician, especially if pregnant or breastfeeding. Please be aware that stimulants such as yerba mate, green tea, ginseng or guarana might be dangerous for your baby and they can affect the baby’s feeding or sleep patterns.
12. Can diet pills make you sick or depressed?
Some prescription diet pills, especially ephedrine, have been linked to several health issues, including cardiovascular diseases, digestive problems, insomnia, anxiety, and depression. However, natural weight loss supplements have much less severe risks, such as dizziness, nausea or an upset stomach and haven’t been associated with chronic disease.