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We do not recommend Rapid weight loss, These products can double the weight loss from diet alone. These are strictly prescribed under a doctors supervision.

Mysimba Tablets

Mysimba helps you to lose weight when lifestyle changes alone, such as a healthy diet and a programme of increased exercise, have not helped sufficiently. The percentage of patients using this medication in the clinical trials who lost at least 5% of their body weight was more than double that of those on the placebo who lost the same about of weight.

Appesat Tablets

Apesat Natural Appetite Suppressant is clinically proven to help suppress your appetite. The patented Seaweed complex has been designed to help control food consumption and cravings. Clinical trials, also prove that taking Appesat can help people feel full for longer, reducing the amount of food people want to eat, even if they are not actively on a diet.

Xenical Tablets

A weight loss of around 2 to 3 pounds per week is considered a healthy and sustainable weight loss with Xenical. A rapid and fast weight loss is not a healthy and sustainable way to lose weight. Weight loss can be a little slow to start with Xenical but patients normally notice some weight loss in the first few weeks of use.

Diethylpropion Tablets

Diethylpropion is used as together with diet and exercise to treat obesity in people who have a body mass index (BMI) of at least 30. These tablets are used off label by only weight-loss experts. Healthcare professionals have more responsibility to accurately prescribe off-label medicine.

Liraglutide Injections

Clinical studies have shown Liraglutide to be a highly effective and safe weight loss agent. Liraglutide is delivered by way of a daily subcutaneous injection and makes patients feel more full and satisfied with less food.
76% of patients lost at least 5% of their body weight, compared with 44% on orlistat.

Semaglutide Injection

It is a once-weekly GLP-1 analogue injection that works by mimicking a hormone that lowers post-meal blood glucose levels. Recent findings show that patients using Semaglutide experienced a greater weight loss than those using the popular weight loss aid Liraglutide.