Can you lose weight by taking a pill, powder, or tea? Find out the truth--and the risks...
Containing up-to-date, authoritative information, The Diet Pill Book spells out what over 200 name-brand products contain and analyzes the validity of the manufacturers’ claims. Warnings, cautions, and possible allergic reactions are clearly stated. This essential reference covers:
* Prescription weight loss products including: Mazanor, Xenical, and Meridia
* Single ingredient, over-the-counter weight management products including: Chitosan, Chromium picolinate, and Pyruvate
* Combination over-the-counter weight loss products, including: dieter’s teas, herbal laxatives, metabolism boosters, and fat-reducing soap
Each entry explains:
- Whether or not the ingredients promote weight loss, and if so, how
- If the dosage is sufficient to promote weight loss
- If there are any reliable studies to support manufacturers’ claims
- If the product is safe; if it interacts with other drugs or foods, and what its potential side effects might be
Before you take any weight-loss product, protect your health, and save your money with:
The Diet Pill Book
About David Dodson
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Published May 7, 2013
by St. Martin's Griffin.
Health, Fitness & Dieting.