Weight Loss Pills
Reducing your caloric intake and increasing your activity level will do wonders.
When our body is used to taking in more calories than necessary, it’s hard to make that shift. Weight loss medication may be your answer to stop the cravings. Call a Top10MD Weight Loss Specialist to assist you in your quest to a new life.
During your visit, your doctor will make sure you are treated for any medical conditions found during your stay and create a plan specially tailored to your needs. Among these are diet, planning, food choice, nutrition, support, exercise and physical activity and when warranted weight loss medication will be prescribed.
Types of Weight Loss Pills
There are many different kinds of weight loss medications. Some work by blocking the uptake of fats from food, other suppress appetite or increase metabolic rate.
Currently, the three medications approved by the FDA are: Bontril Metformin also branded as Fortamet, Glucophage, Glumetza and Riomet Orlistat also branded as Alli and Xenical.
People who limit their food intake and exercise will lose weight. Medications help curb your appetite; thereby, losing weight, but drugs alone will not do all the work. Medications are part of a healthy weight loss program. People that maintain a healthy attitude towards food and exercise after losing weight will keep their goal weight. How quickly you lose weight depends on you and your commitment.
FIND A Top10MD WEIGHT LOSS SPECIALIST NEAR YOU
There are thousands of Doctors practicing weight loss to choose from; however, not all doctors are created equal. That’s why we’ve selected your city’s finest Weight Loss Specialists- to make your decision process easier.
For your peace of mind, Top10MD Weight Loss Specialists’ credentials are validated yearly to verify medical licenses have no serious patient care sanctions, current Board Certifications in their given medical specialty, current DEA & DPS licenses, and malpractice insurance. A Top10MD has at least 5+ years experience or has performed 300+ procedures in their given specialty and a current Patient Satisfaction Score of 8.5 or higher.