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Best weight loss pill?
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Any ideas?
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#2
I'm afraid I can only tell you what not to try! And that's my experience with Adderall, which definitely worked in terms of weight loss but I was a nervous wreck, well more than normal anyway. I will watch this thread with interest, am very interested in any natural remedies which have worked for others?
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It seems like most people prefer phentermine. I think all diet pills are at best useless and at worst dangerous though.
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#4
Thank you for your replies guys. I'll try the phentermine
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(04-23-2019, 12:53 PM)Cantique Wrote: I'm afraid I can only tell you what not to try! And that's my experience with Adderall, which definitely worked in terms of weight loss but I was a nervous wreck, well more than normal anyway. I will watch this thread with interest, am very interested in any natural remedies which have worked for others?
sorry to hear about your adverse reaction to this. I did not have any weight loss on this nor nervousness the short time I was on addy.
 I have people say a few things about natural remedies and their suggestions:
1) Drink water with lemon wedges - especially fill up with water before meals to feel fuller
2) Garcinia Cambogia Extract
3) If you are able and have access to a vitamin /nutrition shop - a trained sales person can give you more suggestions.

Good Luck!
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(04-24-2019, 11:33 PM)kiki99 Wrote:
(04-23-2019, 12:53 PM)Cantique Wrote: I'm afraid I can only tell you what not to try! And that's my experience with Adderall, which definitely worked in terms of weight loss but I was a nervous wreck, well more than normal anyway. I will watch this thread with interest, am very interested in any natural remedies which have worked for others?
sorry to hear about your adverse reaction to this. I did not have any weight loss on this nor nervousness the short time I was on addy.
 I have people say a few things about natural remedies and their suggestions:
1) Drink water with lemon wedges - especially fill up with water before meals to feel fuller
2) Garcinia Cambogia Extract
3) If you are able and have access to a vitamin /nutrition shop - a trained sales person can give you more suggestions.

Good Luck!

This is very interesting. I will look in to it!
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(04-23-2019, 06:58 PM)Noelb98 Wrote: It seems like most people prefer phentermine.  I think all diet pills are at best useless and at worst dangerous though.

I have to agree with all the statements Noelb98 made. So what I do is burn more calories than I take in, the old fashioned way, I'm not perfect, but I'll trade that for something that rips my stomach in two  Wink
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#8
I have had good results with phentermine
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#9
I had good results with phen at one time as well.. but I am 48 and tired of the yo yo dieting and the quick fix that leaves you "skinny fat". I am learning to eat properly (look up macros) and go to Orangetheory 4-5 x a week and Restorative Yoga twice a week. It is going to take a lot longer than I want, but it is the healthy, lasting way to do it. I want to be strong as hell in the process.

Duromine was great too, but the two that sold it are no longer in existence...
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#10
I've taken phentermine off and on over the years and had success when combined with a change of eating habits and portion size.  I haven't taken it for over 10 years due to several concerns as I've grown older.  Phentermine eventually caused me anxiety, which I then had to get medication for.  I also developed hypertension/high blood pressure probably resulting from weight gain and aging.  I quit taking it because I felt it was more harmful than helpful for me.  My doctor also let me try Contrave or Qsymia (I can't remember which one it was), which I was to start off on a pill a day, then slowly increase the dose.  Whichever one it was nearly turned me inside out once I started increasing the dose, and it made me a bit disoriented.  Nix on that one.

I have been taking over the counter Alli for a few years, which seems to help and, for me, has no side effects.  I read that the otc dose is half the strength of the prescription strength orlistat.  I suppose I could take 2 pills at a time instead of 1, but I don't.  Regarding my weight, perhaps I've just learned to love it.   Tongue
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