Just in the US alone, $60bn is spent every single year on weight-loss and dieting. This is big business, and attracts people ready to make a quick buck. How do you know if diet pills really work? And if so, which ones are right for you?
Why Non-Prescription Diet Pills Have a Bad Reputation
Originally, the sort of diet pills that were available over the counter a few decades ago were not anywhere near as advanced as their modern day counterparts. Many often offered little or no benefit at all, and didn’t use the sorts of ingredients that they do now, says HealthyDietAdvisor.com.
Because of this, a lot of people were disappointed by these products and the idea that a non-prescription weight loss option wouldn’t give them the results they were looking for. Fast-forward to 2017 and it’s a completely new world, with a whole new approach to weight-loss supplements.
With progress being made with more natural ingredients such as Raspberries, Acai Berries and Garcinia Cambogia, there has certainly been a new wave of diet pills that are showing better results.
Supplements Should Supplement
Alongside people’s pre-existing judgment of weight loss supplements were their experiences with ‘snake-oil salesmen’ in the diet industry. Even Dr Oz has admitted that “there’s no pill that’s going to help you lose weight long term and live your best life without diet and exercise”, but for years, slimy sales people have claimed that their pill provided miracle weight-loss results.
But this doesn’t mean that diet pills don’t work, they simply need to be used as … you guessed it, a supplement - enhancing your results alongside exercise and a balanced diet.
There is always a scientific study that can prove or disprove a given theory, and when it comes to weight loss pills, there are many inconclusive results. However, there have been some strong observable benefits, with thermogenic-type fat-burners helping to give dieters a head-start.
These sort of diet-pills contain ingredients that will help speed up the weight-loss process, enhance energy levels and complement a healthy lifestyle. Research is still only in its preliminary stages of maturity and overall, there have been great signs of genuine long-term benefits.
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