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Diet Pills for Weight Loss

Diet pills are not all the same. There is a great difference between the diet pills that are available to dieters today. We can categorize the different diet pills into groups based on the function that they perform in the body.

When it comes to choosing the best weight loss pill, dieters are faced with a great number to select from. There is no one diet pill that works perfectly for all.

To be able to choose what is the best one for you, here is a list of the different types of diet pills and what it can do for your body.

There are diet pills that work as fat burners in the body. It is one of the oldest and best known categories for weight loss. The function of this type of diet pill is to increase metabolism of the user. This results in the quick burning of calories.

Some fat burning pills also contain large amounts of caffeine. This can cause side effects to those who are sensitive to caffeine. That is why manufacturers of far burning diet pills have come up with a solution in the form of an all-natural far burner diet pill.

The next category is the fat blockers. What this pill does is to attack fats in the body. They do not burn fat that is accumulated but they keep the fat from staying in the body.

The ingredients in this type of diet pill attaches to some of the fat-digesting enzymes in the body and prevents the fat from being fully digested. With this pill, almost twenty five percent of the fat eaten is blocked. This undigested fat is not absorbed by the body and therefore is passed out naturally.

There are new kinds of fat blockers that contain soluble and non soluble fiber. The non soluble fiber binds themselves to the fats and forms into a fluid-like gel. This substance becomes too large to be absorbed by the body and thus ends up eliminated by the body. On the other hand, the soluble fibers bind themselves with bile acids and form a thick viscous solution which slows down digestion and the absorption of glucose. Because this viscous solution is not easily digested by the body, it stays in the stomach for a while and gives you the ‘full’ feeling. Thus it also acts as an appetite suppressant.

Finally, there are the carb blockers. This prevents the digestion of carbohydrates. When you overeat carbohydrates, you body stores them as fat. That is why overeating bread, potatoes, and sweets make us fat.

What prevents starch from being converted into glucose is the neutralization of digestive enzymes by the carb blockers. Thus the body absorbs only a limited amount of carbohydrates and are eliminated from the body.

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