The Latest in Weight Loss Treatment in UK
With so few licensed slimming pills in the market it is vital that one seeks the advice of his physician before experimenting with anything can be purchased to facilitate weight loss. Treatments that have not been approved for the license are sold everywhere even in health stores.
Because the companies that manufacture them have not sought the approval of appropriate regulatory agencies, their drugs are not tested by the United States Food and Drug Administration and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) here in the UK. This means that no one can be some of the contents of these drugs or what effects they have on unsuspecting who are dieting.
It is quite accidental when you have found an ‘herbal’ drug containing large amounts of drugs should only be available under medical prescription. In an ideal world all health supplements are regulated by the appropriate and soon they will be.
At the moment it is advisable to take only prescribed treatments for weight loss or any other situation in fact. Side effects are usually experienced while taking most of the prescription drugs but if they are prescribed by a doctor; This means that regular follow-ups and monitoring are field pair.
Those who have a BMI over 30 and who are at a stage where nothing has worked and where surgery is looking as the only option, are sometimes prescribe phentermine. This is a very potent and addictive drug often in cases and resembles an amphetamine. Phentermine should be taken only in such circumstances.
Qnexa, the latest hopeful treatment to be considered by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) as a treatment contains topirimate and phentermine however this new formulation has not been proven to cause any of the side effects associated with phentermine in the past.
It is not only drugs that need the approval of fad diets are potentially harmful. The HCG diet is everywhere raving the media, celebrities are raving and even some doctors are raving. This diet is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration and many say that the only reason people are seeing results (weighing 1 pound loss per day) is up to 500 calories a daily diet that should accompany injections of The hormone.
Advocates contend that the HCG diet will be rid of weight in ‘diet-resistant’ areas in the body like flabby arms thighs and belly of beer but no evidence has been put together to support this claim.
In addition to the lack of information we have on the effects of this type of long-term diet and nutritional malpractice that is based on cost is astronomical. The syringes and hormone will run the monthly bill up to somewhere in the thousands, but I guess the expenditure on food will be considerably lower than it makes this indulgence a little more affordable.