Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Purchased Weight Loss Prescription

An appetite suppressant basically kills the urge to eat. It does this by attacking the brain cells that generate the feelings of appetite and therefore destroying the desire to eat and creating a full feeling. Though this medicine does not completely eliminate the desire for food it does create a vast imbalance in the digestive system. Side affects of taking appetite suppressants could be constipation, dizziness, dryness, upset stomach etc; ailments enough to make a person go on all fours!

Lipase inhibitors are also usually called as fat absorption inhibitors, these medicines do not let fat be broken down by preventing an enzyme known as lipase from performing its task of breaking down fats and when fat is not broken down, it cannot be absorbed by the body, thus reducing calorie count. Side effects include increased defecation, vomiting, nausea, oily stool, dryness etc.