Keeping to a diet with no more than 30% calories from fat can be challenging for some people, especially if you enjoy things like fried foods and ice cream.
Therefore when being treated with medication, take a multivitamin supplement that contains vitamins D, E, K, and beta-carotene.
Unabsorbed fat can cause loose stools and flatulence. Medication also interferes with the absorption of the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K, so you might need to take supplements.
The most common side effects include insomnia, constipation, a dry mouth and small increases in blood pressure.
Take your multivitamin once a day at least 2 hours before or after taking Medication, such as bedtime. If you can stay on the recommended diet, you will be on your way to achieving your weight-loss goals!
By showing your doctor what you know about MEDICATION and that you're committed to the recommended lifestyle modifications, you will increase your chances of having a productive office visit and getting the weight-loss help you want and need.
Medication may be right for you if you have a Body Mass Index of 30 or greater, or have a BMI of 27 or greater and have other risk factors, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease or diabetes.
Reductil should be used in conjunction with a reduced-calorie diet. Taking more exercise is also recommended. Medication has been extensively studied. In clinical trials, almost twice as many patients who received.
Your daily intake of fat should be evenly divided over 3 main meals. Medication can decrease the absorption some fat-soluble vitamins and beta-carotene. Click here to calculate your BMI and find out if you might be a candidate for medication.
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