Do Weight Loss Pills Work?

If you have ever tried to lose any amount of weight, you’ve probably wondered: do weight loss pills work?  It seems as though diet pills would be an easy fix, but sometimes the risks and side effects can definitely outweigh any claimed benefits. 

First of all, you would have to choose a weight loss pill that is a good match for you and what your goals are, and there are literally hundreds of diet supplements out there to choose from.  What worked for your friend or co-worker may not work for you.

Consider the Ingredients

You have to take into consideration the ingredients.  Some diet pills claim to be instant fat burners, but they contain so much caffeine that they really just make you jittery and sick to your stomach.  Of course, you will probably lose weight initially because you can’t eat, but the rebound eating will bring all the weight back and probably more.

The Verdict

Overall, your best option is to start limiting your intake of fatty foods, increase your exercise, and plan for slow, healthy weight loss.

The bottom line is no; in most cases, weight loss pills do not work in terms of producing the best long-term results of weight loss.


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  • Lisa Hoult

    You need to warn people of the acai berry and colon cleanse duo that are a pop up advertisement for free supplements.Its not free.You do not even get a chance to try it before they’ve charged your credit card with a ridiculous fee for the next months batch and I had to shut down my card and dispute it to get them to stop.They got ther product back that they sent out anyway and I still never got my money back.This warning needs to be out there big because I thought I saw them advertising connected with your site and if you are out to help they have to go.