Belviq FDA Approved Diet Pill, is the first prescription diet pill approved by the FDA in 13 years. America is suffering from obesity to the tune of 1 in 3 people. If it takes a prescription drug to help get this epidemic under control then I say yea to Belviq.
Belviq FDA approved diet pill works by controlling ones appetite. This is accomplished by releasing chemicals in the brain that tells one that they are not hungry or that you are already full/satisfied. Other drugs have done the same thing, but they were not “targeted” enough in the brain to allow FDA to approve them … basically, they gave pleasure all-over, kind of like heron. Belviq FDA approved diet pill is designed to seek out only brain parts that affect appetite.
Belviq FDA approved diet pill performance numbers as submitted to the FDA are a little unimpressive. Almost 50% of dieters (without Type 2 diabetes) lost 5% of their starting weight over 1 year. The placebo group was at 23%. Of course, the manufactor recommends Belviq FAD approved diet pill be taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise program. Reading between the lines, if you diet and exerise and take this pill for 1 year you have 25% greater chance of losing 5% of your body weight over somebody who takes a sugar pill.
Belviq FDA approved diet pill is approved for people with a BMI of 30 or higher and those that have both a BMI of 27 or higher and a weight related health issue like Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol.
Belviq FDA approved diet pill comes with the potential side effects of headache, dizziness, fatigue, nausea, dry mouth, constipation, low blood sugar, back pain and cough. There has also been some tumor concerns but those were small enough concerns to get Belviq past the FDA.