Appetite Suppressant Pills: Are They Legit?
October 21, 2013•14 sec
Understanding natural appetite supplements may help guide you toward making wise lifestyle decisions.Even with proper proper diet and exercise you may still have difficulty maintaining a desired weight. Understanding natural appetite supplements may help guide you toward making wise lifestyle decisions. Wide ranges of natural supplements claim to reduce your appetite. Some supplements contain multiple ingredients, such as caffeine, tailored toward weight control. The safety and effective of natural supplements often remains unknown, since they are not upheld by the FDA standards in the United States. The Food and Drug Administration banned Ephedra in 2004 after serious reported side effects and complications, including anxiety, irregular heart palpitations, stroke, heart attack and death. Green tea extract is considered "possibly safe," according to MayoClinic.com. What is the likelihood that an appetite suppressant is safe and may actually work? Is it just money down the drain? Dr. Decker Weiss weighs in on the appetite suppressant pill debate and suggests all-natural alternatives.