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Appetite suppressant

Drug that decreases feelings of hunger. Most work by increasing levels of serotonin or catecholamine, chemicals in the brain that control appetite.
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appetite suppressant,

n an agent that diminishes the desire for eating.
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Synephrine, the active ingredient of bitter orange extract, exhibits similar appetite suppressant and stimulating properties as ephedra.
How could a single agent classified as an appetite suppressant exert significant effects in three such disparate domains?
From makeshift venues such as hotels, hairdressers' shops and beauty salons they sold the powerful appetite suppressant Duromine after it was withdrawn from the market because of undesirable side effects.
Dr Sudesh Madan prescribed the powerful appetite suppressant Duromine when Andrew Stott visited her dieting and slimming clinic in June last year, the Professional Conduct Committee in central London was told.
The best appetite suppressant in the world is the knowledge you might be getting your kit off and jumping into bed with a new man.
Diet pill or appetite suppressant use was noted in 72.
Phenylpropanolamine has been used as an appetite suppressant, and ephedra-type drugs are used in nutritional supplements for weight control as well as in many cough and cold formulas.
Harvesting a natural appetite suppressant from jojoba (pronounced ho-ho-bah) may give U.
Valvular heart disease has recently been reported to occur in association with the use of certain appetite suppressant medications.
Phentermine (Ionamin[R], Fastin[R]), an adrenergic agent, had been a previously FDA-approved appetite suppressant.
7,23,26] In longer term studies, regain of some or all of the weight has been noted on discontinuation of the appetite suppressant.
Thus, dieters look to appetite suppressant medications as an easy "magic" way to their goal.