Ephedrine Diet Pills-Quick Weight Loss Supplements

Ephedrine diet pills have been around for decades. They are used by dieters that are looking for a fast, inexpensive way to get rid of unwanted fat. This type of weight loss supplement has been known to cause serious health issues and can be addictive. Plus, it can be used as an ingredient in other recreational drugs.

Users tend to not be concerned with the lethal side of using these pills; their only concern is getting down to their desired clothing size.

The two main ingredients in these types of diet pills are ephedra, (ephedrine) and caffeine, both substances are stimulants. Medically, Ephedrine can be used for asthma, seasickness, (mixed with promethazine and known as a “Coast Guard cocktail”), and as bronchodilators, for patients that are in respiratory distress.

Body builders use Ephedrine, caffeine and aspirin as an ECA stack, to cut down body fat prior to competing. There have been reports that Ephedrine boosts thinking and the user’s concentration better than caffeine.

Due to health risks and proof that users can become addicted to Ephedrine, courts upheld an earlier FDA ban on Ephedrine alkaloids adulterated that was used in diet supplements. In the United States, Ephedrine can only be marketed as a nasal decongestant.

Side effects from this supplement can include: heat strokes, aortic aneurysms, (rare), heart attacks, pulmonary edema, dizziness, headache, insomnia, hallucinations, panic and sweating. Reports showed that combinations of the use and sometimes abuse of this supplement could have deadly consequences. Also, Ephedrine has a similar chemical structure to amphetamines and can be used to make meth and Ecstasy.

Research has proven that the ingredients in Ephedrine diet pills do “burn” fat by raising the body’s metabolism and suppressing the appetite. Thermogenesis occurred when food that was consumed is turned to heat. The more thermogenesis that is produced, the more fat the body burn.

Ephedrine diet pills promote thermogenesis; jump starts the metabolism, burning body fat. When combined with caffeine, ephedrine speeds up the fat burn, (EC stack). Dieters’ were able to achieve their desired weight goals, but it was only temporary. After stopping their pill regime, they would regained the weight they loss, plus adding on extra.

Deciding to lose weight should be a personal decision and not forced by peer pressure or the way others perceive what a person should look like. Dieting to be accepted by others puts a toll on the dieter physically and emotionally. Prior to starting any weight loss program, a doctor should be consulted.

Medical experts suggest that the ideal amount to lose in one pound week. No, that is not a “quick fix”, but it is the healthiest way to lose weight. Using supplements such as Ephedrine diet pills is one of many quick fixes that have the potential to be both illegal and deadly.

Finding the Best Diet Pills for Men

For men considering diet pills, finding the best one is a bit like entering a maze, with the twists and turns defined by marketing jargon, questionable performance claims and ingredients lists that often look like a page from a foreign language dictionary.

To find out how this works, do a quick search on “the best diet pills for men.” On the sites specifically dedicated to evaluating diet pills, a list of products will appear, and the vast majority of these items will have variations of words like “shred,” ripped,” “cut” and “test” (i.e., testosterone) as part of the product name.

Dig into the product descriptions, and you’ll realize right away that most of these products are associated with muscle-building routines and workouts, with the pills designed to supply the weight loss component.

These products should send up red flags and sound warning bells, and for good reason. In recent testing, several were found to contain methamphetamine, as well as anabolic steroids such as dimethazine and methasterone. And one product sparked an outbreak of acute hepatitis in Hawaii, with the FDA reporting that of the 29 victims, two received liver transplants and one died.

For the record, though, the two winners in the top ten contest were Myoshred and Liponox.

So how do you find your way through the maze? A better way is to sort through the list of ingredients, and mix and match what’s on the labels of the product with your weight loss goals.

For example: Looking for a jolt of energy from a fat burner to lose weight? Look for a product with that old stand-by, caffeine, along with guarana, theobromine, yerba mate, kola nut and tyrosine.

Want to rev up your metabolism? Those same stimulants should help do the trick, along with such ingredients as green tea extract, synephrine, capsaisin (the stuff that makes chili peppers hot), raspberry ketones and 7-keto DHEA.

You can get even more specific if you’d like. If you’re after a carb blocker, search for a product with white kidney bean extract, and to make sure those carbs go toward muscle building, check to see if it has cinnamon extract, alpha lipoic acid or chromium. To drop water weight, a fat burner that includes dandelion root, uva ursi, celery seed and buchu leaf will help, and glucomannan, simmondsin, 5-HTP and capsaisin can work to suppress appetite.

The best solution of all may be to create your own fat burner, using some combination of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), green tea extract and caritine. If you want to add a stimulant, consider caffeine and its various aforementioned cohorts.

Finally, if you’re good with taking the risk that comes with taking over-the-counter or prescription meds (i.e., legal speed), phentermine was approved by the FDA back in 1959 as an appetite suppressant, but it could become addictive and comes with an array of possible side effects.

On the prescription side, Orlistat works by inhibiting a pancreatic, fat-dissolving enzyme, blocking 30 percent of the fat you eat and causing it to pass harmlessly through the digestive system. But it is considered addictive.

The clear winner of the “walk on the wild side” contest is Bontril Phendimetrazine, which is even more addictive than phentermine. It’s considered a Schedule III controlled substance, which means its only available with a prescription and is highly monitored, with possible side effects including increased heart rate, blood pressure, tremors, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue and depression.

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