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Anti-obesity drugs are the strongest medications among all weightloss products. This should not be confused with the "herbal" alternatives because the latter do not have the same pharmacological agents as the former; and therefore, do not have the same promised results. These should only be taken when prescribed by the doctor, and only for obese individuals. People with Type 2 diabetes are not advised to take such medicines as these may trigger unfavorable consequences. Most anti-obesity drugs work as appetite suppressants. Others help increase the metabolic system. Others help prevent fat absorption.

Started by nancymartin and currently assigned to cirosantilli Discussion started Nov 16, 2018