Choosing the Right Weight Loss Pill
There are steps to follow in choosing the best diet pills. The first step is that you have to understand how these pills can be instrumental in losing weight.
Primarily, weight loss pills work in two ways: they increase the energy outflow or the amount of calories burned, or they work to suppress the appetite so that the amount of food consumed is lessened. Diet pills that usually work for a lot of people fit under either of these categories. A third category is present though of weight loss pills that lessen the amount of calories that are absorbed in the digestion process. Usually though, they offer nasty bad side effects like oily stools etc. so this category isn't recommended.
Hydroxycut has been around for more than a decade, and is currently one of the most popular weight loss supplements in the world.
How it works:
It contains several ingredients that are claimed to help with weight loss, including caffeine and a few plant extracts.
One study showed that it caused 21 lbs (9.5 kg) of weight loss over a 3 month period (5).
If you are caffeine sensitive, you may experience anxiety, jitteriness, tremors, nausea, diarrhea and irritability.
PhenQ diet pills have been the best-selling weight loss option for over a year.
PhenQ consistently improves your metabolism providing the following benefits quickly:
You start to eat less
Fat accumulation slows down
You burn more calories
PhenQ is the only weight loss pill that accumulates three separate weight management functions in a single product.
3. Orlistat (Alli)
Orlistat is a pharmaceutical drug, sold over-the-counter under the name Alli, and under prescription as Xenical.