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Herbal Diet Pills

diet-pillsWherever you look, herbal diet pills are in abundance. Many have looked for such products and the herbal industries replied by formulating herbal diet pills and weight loss supplements to provide the them with.

But lately, there has been a string of warnings and recalls regarding herbal diet pills, many from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These warnings and recalls left researchers, doctors, and numerous health advocates with the concern that most consumers are wasting their time and money for their herbal diet pill, and taking unknown risks.

One of the reasons of this warning would be the result of “DSHEA”. The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (“DSHEA”), is a 1994 statute of United States Federal legislation which defines and regulates dietary supplements. Under the act, supplements are mainly unregulated, without proof of effectiveness or safety needed to market a supplement, as well as dietary supplements being classified as foods instead of as drugs.

Furthermore, most herbal diet pills contain ephedra or ma huang, an herb taken by a large amount of Americans annually to lose weight and build up their body. Numerous studies have shown that this ingredient can cause serious health conditions, like high blood pressure, stroke, heart attack, seizures and tremors, and possibly death.The FDA has even reported about 100 deaths related to ephedra in herbal diet pills.

Herbal diet pills also contain an herb called aristolochia fangchi. Some doctors from Belgium and Germany have recently discovered that it may lead to kidney disorder and also possibly urinary tract cancer.

One example of precaution for danger is with Metabolife 356. Metabolife 356 is one of Metabolife’s herbal diet pills, and also a best seller for weight loss. However, it is not popular or recommended in many countries because most health experts say that it contains major ingredients that closely resemble potentially dangerous drugs.

People should also know that herbal diet pills can contain HCA, or hydroxycitric acid, an herbal extract. It is found in at least 14 prescription weight loss supplements. Although it is proven effective for weight loss, by suppressing appetite and slowing down the transformation of carbohydrates into fat, many studies have reported that it may not have the same effect for all people. People might be paying for a weight loss supplement that has little or no effect.

Finally, herbal diet pills may be thought of as safe and effective, because of its labeling as “natural” or “herbal”, but one should be aware that it is not necessarily true. Perhaps the best advice is to, of course, eat right and exercise.

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