Do diet pills help?

Have you ever asked yourself, “Do diet pills help to lose weight easier?” If losing weight was that easy, obesity would not be on the rise. But unfortunately, losing weight is hard for most people; that’s where we seek for that magic weight loss pill.

The question is, do they work?

Diet pills can help suppress your appetite, but firstly, is it teaching us how to eat the right way? Secondly, what happens when we are not on a diet anymore? Do we want to continue taking these pills? I know I wouldn’t.

Meanwhile, nobody likes to be on a diet; what fun is that, but at the same time, we know we need to be healthy. As much as we want to find that quick fix at the end of the day, it all boils down to lifestyle change. If we don’t get our weight under control, this could lead to many health issues. e.g., Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and health complications. 

Weight loss medications have been around for many years as early as the 19th century. One of the first most popular weight loss medications, came out in the 1930s called dinitrophenol.

Meanwhile, this medication caused people to die from hyperthermia and side effects of eye cataract, severe rashes, and loss of taste buds. Throughout the years, more pills came on the market Amphetamine, Aminorex fumarate, Ephedra, Meridia, Fen-Phen, the list goes on. The one thing they all have in common is severe side effects.


  • Eating low carb diet
  • Drinking more water and adding lemon which helps suppress appetite
  • Loading up on low glycemic vegetables
  • Weight loss coach
  • Being more active

The conclusion on “Do Diet Pills Help To Lose Weight Easier?”

Yes, but meanwhile, is it the healthiest and safest way? With the right diet and guidance, you won’t need a quick fix pill. To learn more about Ideal Protein weight loss program, call 941-925-2700 for a complimentary consultation with our weight loss coach Jasmin Tomalin

About the Author Tim Burnell, PT

Tim Burnell is the Lead Physical Therapist at Back In Motion Sarasota. He has over two decades of clinical experience. He takes pride in getting to the root of the problem which helps get his clients better...Faster! He is a family man & enjoys spending time with the love of his life, Monique. He has 2 children & a dog named Annie. Tim's son, Andre' is 11 years old and his daughter Joliebelle (nicknamed Pooky) is 7 years old. He enjoys visiting his wife's side of the family in New Orleans and his side of the family in Vermont. Tim grew up in Vermont, went to Physical Therapy School in Alabama, got his first job at Tulane Hospital in New Orleans and moved to Sarasota Florida after Hurricane Katrina in 2006.

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