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Introduction

One may lose weight by incorporating various different types of methods. Excess weight bothers many people. Some people choose to get rid of excess weight by following a certain diet and undergoing some sort of an exercise regime. Another option which may be chosen in addition to the aforementioned methods is the usage of appetite suppressants. They may be very efficient in aiding and speeding up the process of weight loss. They are simply very efficient in curbing one’s natural hunger which leads to a significantly reduced amount of ingested food, which ultimately results in weight loss. All those who suffer from obesity should try the method of using appetite suppressants. Appetite suppressants may be natural but one may also opt to use some of the prescription appetite suppressants available on the market as well. Appetite suppressant medicaments may sometimes trigger certain side effects so one must always consult a doctor before using them.

Natural Appetite Suppressants that Work

Natural appetite suppressants are commonly more popular than the prescription appetite suppressant medicaments because they are usually not involved in the occurrence of any side effects. Hoodia is a type of plant which resembles cacti, it originates from Africa and is a very potent appetite suppressant. Its botanical name is hoodia gordonii and its extract is used for the production of appetite suppressants in the form of pills. It sends false signals to the brain, making it believe that the stomach of the person is full even though it is not. The only problem with hoodia is that it is very expensive. Food items which are rich in dietary fiber usually suppress the hunger for prolonged periods of time. Spinach, broccoli and cabbage mixed with some low fat dressing may be used as wondrous natural appetite suppressants. Other similar options include vegetable soups and vegetable juices. Coffee is another powerful appetite suppressant because it contains large amounts of caffeine. Caffeine is very efficient in curbing the hunger, but its effects last only for a few hours. Certain types of tea may also be used as very potent appetite suppressants, but the amounts of caffeine contained in them are usually significantly lower than the amounts of caffeine contained in coffee. Drinking a glass of water before each meal is the best possible to suppress the appetite. Other natural appetite suppressants include chocolate, oatmeal and flaxseed.

Prescription Appetite Suppressants that Work

The most commonly used prescription appetite suppressants include Phenemetrazine, Diethylpropion, Dexfenfluramine and Phentermine. Sometimes they may trigger certain side effects such as nervousness, rapid heart rate and insomnia. 

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