Pills That Train You to Want Less Food
The most wide spread problem of the unwanted kilos is the appetite. You feel that sometimes you simply can’t block your rush to meals. Is that so? If it’s so hard for you to restrain the appetite, here is a suitable measure you probably can try – Appesat.
It is made from extracts of seaweed and works by expanding in the stomach and stimulating hunger sensors in the stomach wall. And the brain gets a message saying the stomach is full. Appesat stays in the stomach for 3 or 4 hours, suppressing appetite, before being fully digested by the body.
The price is £29.95 for 50 capsules. It should be taken with a glass of water before a meal. It is said to have no side-effects.
There was one clinical study on 139 overweight and obese people that found that those taking three Appesat capsules (three times a day) lost an average of 9.4kg (20.7lb) in 12 weeks compared with 5.6kg (12.4lb) among people not taking the drug. All tested were on a low-calorie and low-fat diet of 1,200 calories a day for women and 1,400 for men.
The pill went on sale in 1,000 Boots stores in the UK and it will go in Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Holland and Barrett from May.
Another diet drug, Alli, went on sale over the counter last week for people with a body mass index of 28 or over. Pharmacist is obliged to question you about the reasons that forced you to purchase Alli. But as for Appesat, it will be available on supermarket shelves as being a natural-based product.
In any case, don’t overdo with it!
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