I have to lose 80 lbs or more and searching for a diet pill, most weight is in my upper and lower abdomen and the thighs, i crave sweets (chocolate mostly) , not very active because of chronic fatigue, once a week or so meat eater rest of time vegetarian, post menopausal near 60. Want to find pill to help out with a diet and exercise program, Thanks!
I'd recommend a lap band. OTC diet pills can be a problem and not all that effective. Can you walk daily? That's a start on the exercise.
There are a few medications that have been approved for weight loss by the FDA. You can search them on this site. But most importantly is a healthy diet and regular exercise which it seems you don't have the energy to do? May I ask if its 80 pounds due to a procedure? Best!
Addepex ... My mom took them for a short term (2-3 months) and with exercise lost around 40lbs.
If you want to lose the weight,I took slimquick,and lost 50lbs in 3and a half months it works.
Eat as healthily as you can afford, eat little and often, I would say 5 small meals a day, this has an effect of kicking starting your metabolism to some degree. Don't be harsh on yourself, and don't deprive yourself of your little cravings, again little potions. Some days you'll find are easier than others, some days you'll want to sleep all day and others you feel you can take on the world. As for an exercise programme this will depend on how bad your "C.F" is. Walking is a good way to get the blood pumping but at your own pace, swimming is another good way to get you active. This is also better on the joints.
As for pills speak to someone at your local Holland and Barrett, they are normally very good, unfortunately there are no magic pills, you have to put a certain amount of work in. Good Luck
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