Category Archives: Weight Loss Drugs

Dinitrophenol Side Effects of DNP Weight Loss Drug: Death?

What is 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP)? Why are some people buying dinitrophenol as a diet pill? Is it effective for weight loss? Or are people who buy dinitrophenol for weight loss wasting their money and risking their lives?

If you believe the merchants who are illegally selling DNP, this drug is the best weight loss drug of them all because it will boost your metabolism and you will shed some pounds even if you don’t exercise or watch what you eat. However, government agencies are issuing warnings on this drug because of its very bad (and deadly) side effects.

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Belviq Side Effects: Headache, Serotonin Syndrome, Low Blood Sugar

Belviq Side Effects: Headache, Low Blood Sugar, Fatigue, and More. What are the side effects of Belviq (lorcaserin hydrochloride), a drug manufactured by Arena Pharmaceuticals of Switzerland for obese and overweight adults?

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration which recently approved the drug, the most common Belviq side effects are as follows: headache, dizziness, fatigue, nausea, dry mouth, and constipation, and in diabetic patients are low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), headache, back pain, cough, and fatigue.

A less common but a serious side effect of the drug is serotonin syndrome and, according to the FDA, it may also cause “disturbances in attention or memory”.

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KE Diet Side Effects and Health Risks

KE Diet Side Effects and Health Risks. Would you put a tube up your nose just to lose weight? Sounds extreme, doesn’t it? And it is. But that’s exactly what desperate brides are doing now, in the United States.

But long before this diet fad — called the K-E diet — reached its shores, it had already taken root in Europe, in countries like Italy and Spain, where it’s routinely used to lose weight before a big event and for more significant weight loss, the New York Times reports.

The Times report went on to say, “In England, where it has been offered for the past year as the KEN — or ketogenic enteral nutrition — diet, The Daily Mail asked if it was ‘the most extreme diet ever,’ before adding that a National Health Service doctor was offering it.”

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