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What's In Your Appetite Suppressant?

Controlling your appetite with a pill? Sounds too good to be true, but there are several effective options for curbing hunger naturally. Learn what ingredients to look for.. Learn more at eVitamins, the largest online health Australia superstore.
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Appetite suppressants are a favorite among dieters because they seem to take the main problem out of the equation: overeating. But how do they work?

The list of ingredients on the labels of these products may seem confusing and make it difficult to determine what you should and shouldn't be taking. By knowing a bit more about what ingredients are used to suppress appetite, you can make a more educated selection and get the results you want. 

What Appetite Suppressants Are


Appetite suppressants work within the hypothalamus of the brain. There, they help boost levels of serotonin and other chemicals to block the feeling of hunger and boost your mood. For this reason, they are considered anorectics. Appetite suppressants are available in many doses and forms -- liquid, powder, capsules, etc. -- you can see our full selection of appetite suppressants at eVitamins.

The Main Ingredients


Appetite suppressants are either a single ingredient or contain a mix of natural ingredients proven to have this affect on the body. Ingredients typically fall into five categories:

  1. Herbs
    Different varieties of herbs have been shown to work with the brain to help release serotonin to prevent hunger. These herbs are also beneficial for healthy digestion and metabolism as well and are great sources of antioxidants. Herbs commonly used as appetite suppressants with positive results are include ginger, cayenne pepper, forskohlii and saffron (satiereal)
  2. Amino Acids
    Amino acids support lean muscle mass, making them an important ingredient in any supplement meant to facilitate weight loss. They also help the body break down food, assisting in food metabolism. You can commonly find carnosine, arginine and carnitine in appetite suppressants for these reasons.
  3. Stimulants
    Stimulants are added to these supplements to help speed up the metabolism and encourage more fat burn while keeping cravings at bay. The most common stimulant is caffeine, which can be directly added to the supplement. Or, green tea extract can be used, which contains caffeine naturally. Stimulants can cause side effects like a rapid heart beat or that jittery feeling. If you're sensitive to these ingredients or are on medications, you should avoid them.
  4. Minerals
    Minerals are included in appetite suppressants to prevent deficiencies and provide nutritive support you may be lacking. Calcium, chromium, potassium and iron are often found in appetite suppressants to help keep the body balanced and functioning properly while you diet.
  5. Food Extracts
    Extracts of green coffee bean, grapefruit, acai berry, white kidney bean and raspberry ketone have become popular appetite suppressants for their amazing results. These supplements typically control appetite while helping the body burn stored fat. Many people prefer these natural extracts because they are a more pure weight loss supplement, with fewer ingredients and often without stimulants.

There are a plethora of options available to help you pick and choose the ingredients you want. Be sure to check out our full selection of appetite suppressants to find the one that's right for you.

Choosing the Right One


Make sure to read all of the ingredients when shopping for an appetite suppressant. Bottom line: If you can't figure out what it is, stay away from it. If you're currently taking medication for a medical condition, you should also consult your physician before using one. Follow directions carefully to make sure you're sticking to the recommended dose. As with all weight loss supplements, they work best when taken in conjunction with a balanced diet and regular exercise program.

eVitamins sells a wide range of appetite suppressants to fit your needs and desired results. Now that you know the ingredients to look for, you can shop for the perfect supplement to help you lose weight safely.

 

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