Weight Loss Medication For Appetite Suppression

There are multiple diet aids available today. Many can be very effective when combined with a healthy diet and regular exercise. With so many diet pills on the market and while many are effective it is important to realize that no diet pill is a cure all on its own. A diet pill must be combined with other factors such as diet and exercise in order to be truly effective. Diet pills work best when they are combined with proper nutrition and adequate physical activity. Diet pills should be taken as instructed and you should never use diet pills as a substitute for cutting calories.

The Difference In Weight Loss Medications

There are two kinds of diet pills available one is the prescription only diet pill and the over-the-counter diet pill. Here is some general information about the differences between the two.

Prescription diet pills are medications regulated by the FDA, which has test information concerning side effects, risks and suggests prescribed dosages. Like all medications, prescription diet pills still offer side effects.

Over-the-Counter Diet Pills are categorized as food substitute and are not FDA regulated. They are not tested to ensure safety and unknown even deadly side effects may occur from consumption.

Absolutely Thin Weight Loss Medication Prescriptions

At Absolutely Thin Modern Medical Weight Management we prescribe medications for a 30-day supply only after patients are verified to be healthy enough for such medication. Patients are required to submit a brief “progress report” so we can be assured that the patient is feeling healthy and no negative reactions have occurred. Medications such as Bontril, Phentermine and Fluoxetine are prescribed to suppress a patient’s appetite therefore allowing them to stick to a specific food plan for weight loss. Any additional questions concerning medical weight loss medication can be presented to the specialists of Absolutely Thin for complete descriptions.