Weight loss programs online are gaining popularity because they are convenient, offer 24/7 weight loss support and they don’t cost an arm and a leg to join! Sadly, even with such programs available, Phentermine users and obesity sufferers are still yo-yo dieting and gaining more weight.
According to a study done by PhenForum.com, 90% of people using Phentermine lose a large amount of weight by starving themselves. When they stop taking the pill, they eat badly again and gain the weight back, only to search for another pill. Phentermine has a huge following in the US, and doctors practically never improve patients’ diets, so it is clear that someone needs to help Phentermine users learn proper eating and exercise habits, or else they will gain the weight back. Phentermine just helps make the transition easier.
Because of its effectiveness, Phentermine is the most popular diet pill in America. However, most people are still struggling to lose weight even with this miracle-like diet pill. Chances are nobody ever told them that Phentermine is a tool that makes it painless to turn bad habits into good habits.
The problem here is that people are uneducated about nutrition and exercise. For example, most think that doing sit-ups will get rid of a large flabby stomach, or step-ups will melt away big thighs. This will never be true because the human body cannot target weight loss to specific areas, so the fastest path to being slim is to eat right and do plenty of cardio exercises such as running, jogging, or rowing.
So what weight loss programs work if you’re using Phentermine? You’ll need a lively support group with weight loss journals for instant motivation; online personal training to get fit and burn fat, nutrition guidance, and a diet plan to follow such as South Beach, Mediterranean, Body for Life, Okinawa or another healthy, non restrictive diet.
Think about what would happen when hundreds of thousands of obesity sufferers who use Phentermine to take away their cravings for extra food, are given the motivation and knowledge they need to take that opportunity to form healthy diet and exercise habits. The result would be a healthier, slimmer America.
Source by Ian Mason