3 Types of Diet Pills

by Kimberly Edwards on March 2, 2011


BerriesThere are many people out there that are very apt to “pop a few” diet pills to lose weight, and some people are, indeed, quite hesitant and leery.

Before you start any sort of diet regimen, it’s important to know what you’re getting into, determine the reason you are doing it, find out how it works, and if there are any adverse affects you should watch out for.

There is a wide range of diet pills on the market online and offline. Many you can find in any local drug store or super-center. In fact, there is usually a huge variety to choose from, with ingredients that are both natural and synthetic.

It is important to either bring the bottle of the supplements you want to use for your weight loss plan or a list of the ingredients, that you can often print up online from the respective company’s website.

This makes it easier for your family physician to determine what the effects of the ingredients could be like on you from the particular diet pills you have chosen to try.

Typically, there are different types of diet pills that work in 3 different ways:

  1. Reduce Cravings or Suppress Appetite: Ingredients like Hoodia, Yerba Mate, Caralluma Fimbriata, Chromium chelate, Green tea (Camellia sinesis), Garcinia cambogia (Hydroxycitric acid) and Chitosan all suppress your appetite or curb your cravings, thus allowing you to manage your hunger & caloric intake, and lose weight, in turn.
  2. Boosting Rate of Metabolism: Ingredients like caffeine, ephedrine, synephrine, and Yohimbine can all boost metabolism, but some are extremely dangerous to use, such as ephedrine & synephrine, which can both cause heart problems, among other things. These increase the calories you burn simply at rest.
  3. Fat Burner: These work similarly to metabolism boosters, but they are meant to directly target excess fat intake. Ingredients like Alpha Lipoic Acid, Cayenne, Citrus Aurantium, CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid), Coleus Forskohlii, Garcinia Cambogia, Guarana Extract, Guggul Extract, Konjac root, Mucana Puriens, Naringin, Potassium Pyruvate, Spirulina, White Willow Bark.

Just because a supplement is made of natural ingredients doesn’t mean it can’t do your body harm. Always consult a physician.

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