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    • #8887

      Which weight loss pill works best?

    • #8965

      Lowering your calorie intake and exercising is the best method. Weight loss pills are out in the market just to steal money away from customers. Email me at [email protected] if you need any nutritional guidelines or training plans.

    • #13653

      I say workout and eating healthy is your best option. believe it or not. 80% eating good and 20% exercise is the rule of thumb.

    • #14039

      I have both perspectives now. I used to exercise three times a week, was active and in great shape. A week before my scheduled mastectomy I was in a horrible auto accident with a drunk driver. My life as I knew it was over. I was a cook/manager on my feet for 8-10 hours a day. Now I can’t work. I can’t walk without a cane, memory loss. Exercise is out of the question, my knees were messed up during the accident. I’ve gained weight and asked my doctor about diet pills. He gave me Phentermine. It has worked, the only drawback is I have to see him every month for a refill and it’s $97.50 to see him plus the cost of the pills. So, I can attest that Phentermine DOES work.

    • #14261

      Phentermine helped me lose a bit too, but it is a very addictive controlled substance. My doctor would only give me a 90 day prescription and flat out refuses to give more no matter how many times the pharmacy asks or how much I beg. Be careful with this legal speed.

    • #16007

      Hydroxycut black along woth whole30doet and exercise

    • #16069

      I don’t know about pills. I’ve lost 70 pounds in less than a year eating keto

    • #18311

      Drink a lot of water

    • #20068

      Pills don’t, taking a magnesium supplement might make you feel less bloated while you’re cutting back though and help flush your system.

    • #20308

      No idea on pills as they tend to rev up my heart rate a bit over the top – eek! I did lose over 903 three years ago with the help of essential oils, exercise and subtle eating habit changes. Hubby lost over 40# and good news is, we’ve all managed to keep the weight off – yahoo!!

    • #22142

      B J

      I am not sure about weight loss pills, and tend to try exercising and watching what I eat.

    • #23137

      I have not found a pill yet that works I’d love to know which ones do work

    • #23331

      I have not found anything that truly works yet except for dieting and exercise but the bad thing about that is I’m not strong willed enough to keep that going. I wish I was naturally thin but I’m not so I’ll have to keep dreaming.

    • #33838

      pleas stop taking pills, my best friend died from them she was a mom to two toddlers her heart just stoped, in the autopsy the doctors say the pills killed her, she was only eating one pill a day

    • #34919

      Bills doesn’t work.

    • #34928

      I LOVE this idea

    • #35066

      interested in finding out more

    • #38086

      Everyone telling you to eat right and exercise are correct. No such thing as a magic (or good for you) pill. Weight loss is slow… so was the weight gain, if you are honest. That said, “alli” is a fat blocker which will stop absorption of about 1/3 of the fat you ingest. Easy and fairly quick 5 pound weight loss… it is expensive, but might be worth checking out.

    • #38329

      I Love Working Out

    • #46263

      I just walk and drink lots of water I don’t like taking pills.

    • #59876

      The Green Tea green gel tablets works for me. They give me energy and helps curve my eating.

    • #60597

      Having a pill for weight loss is nt a good idea.

    • #357626

      I drink about a gallon of water a day. I exercise at least 9 hours a week. What I need is something to take away the craving at night. I’m limited to aquatic classes due to disability. I walk in the therapy pool back and forth, among taking HIT classes at least 3 times a week. Help!!

    • #357689

      Personally, just taking a multivitamin every day, drinking more water, and eating cleaner have helped me in losing a few pounds! The multivitamin and other supplements I take such as turmeric give me the energy to be more active throughout the day! Don’t know of any specific weight loss supplements that work though!

    • #357716

      there is no magic pill, but just working out

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