In order to succeed on a fat loss diet, you're going to have to be in a calorie deficit. That means you'll have to burn more calories than you take in every day. On a restricted diet, your body is more likely to send hunger signals even if you are eating 6 or 7 small meals a day! That's where appetite suppressant products may help. The benefits you may see from appetite suppressants are:
Dr. Arefa Cassoobhoy: 4 new weight loss drugs were approved recently, and more are sure to come. So, the question is, should you try one? The truth is weight loss drugs CAN help. You may want to try one if you’re obese, or if you’re overweight with a condition like type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure. So, how much weight can they help you lose? About 10% of your excess weight. Now that may not seem like a lot, but it’s a realistic goal to start with. And, once you tackle that first 10% you can set a new goal. Just remember, these drugs won’t lose the weight for you. But they will give an added boost to your diet and exercise plan. If you think this is something you want to try, talk to your doctor. For WebMD I’m Dr. Arefa Cassoobhoy.
Choose low glycemic index foods often. Low glycemic index foods include lentils, kidney beans, chickpeas, whole grain pumpernickel bread, sweet potato, apples, plums and oranges. Eating low glycemic index foods probably helps you to lose weight in the short term, but it is not known whether this helps to keep the weight off in the long term. For information on low glycemic index foods see the Glycemic Index page at www.diabetes.ca/diabetes-and-you/healthy-living-resources/diet-nutrition/the-glycemic-index