Have you ever tried the weight loss pills that claim to reduce your weight and has it helped? If at all it worked, has your weight stayed stable or did it fluctuate? You need to think logically as there is no magic table for cutting down on weight. The most effect way to lose weight is to keep it in check through your lifestyle which includes keeping your mind and body healthy as well as getting sound sleep. Eating a healthy and balanced meal with pulses, grains, nuts and seeds, fruits and vegetables will go a long way as much as being physically active will. Weight reducing tablet and powders or tea and syrups are diuretics. They will only reduce the water content in your body and not the fat. Once the water is lose from your body, you start to feel lighter and think that your weight is reduced. But if these tablets are taken for long, they can actually end up affecting your kidneys and can also give you severe kidney diseases.
There are a few medications that work by preventing the fat in foods from being digested. The fat is then moved through the intestines and excreted out of the body. The common side effects of which are only seen once these medications are taken and after they make the changes in your bowel movements.
Apart from all of these, there lies an extreme risk of liver damage, rashes, hives, itching and stomach pain. By blocking fat absorption you might not get enough fat soluble vitamins like vitamins A, D, E and K.
At the end, it's always the discipline, moderation and common sense that helps with weight loss. Losing weight is a slow process, specially for women. But one must never lose faith in their diet or if you only lose two to three pounds per week. One of the best approaches is a balanced one which includes eating nutrient dense and antioxidant rich foods at every meal, a small amount of healthy fats and a small portion of protein at each meal.
Make sure you focus on getting a good and sound sleep as it also plays a vital role in healing and improving the body's functions while helping you in losing weight.