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Phentermine Insulin Resistance

Phentermine With Antagolin

Phentermine With Antagolin

Obesity affects the body functions and causes different disorders preventing weight loss. Moreover, diseases such as diabetes or prediabetes caused by obesity can lead to an even greater accumulation of extra pounds. To lose weight, people with high blood glucose, whose BMI is more than 27 can be recommended to use: Phentermine is a drug that suppresses appetite and helps to lose weight. AntaGolin is a natural dietary supplement that helps reduce blood sugar level. It should be noted that Phentermine is a prescription anti-obesity drug. Phentermine should not be used with any drugs, as well as with food supplements without first consulting a doctor. Food supplement AntaGolin helps stabilize blood sugar level. As a result of anti-hyperglycemic action, the rate of burning of stored fats may increase. A combination of Phentermine with AntaGolin can help stably lose weight and increase insulin resistance. However, if patients have normal blood sugar level and insulin is produced in the body in a normal amount, they should not use AntaGolin. As you know, insulin is a hormone regulating metabolic and biochemical pathways that control the amount of blood sugar, as well as metabolic rate. When the body gets more sugar than it needs, it turns into fat. Keeping a diet and physical activity combined with Phentermine and AntaGolin dietary supplement increases therapy effectiveness and provides the maximum weight loss. In addition, the combination anti-obesity therapy promotes: Food additive AntaGolin consists of natural ingredients, helping to increase the sensitivity of body cells to insulin. AntaGolin is a safe product. It does not affect the pancreas and hormonal system. In addition, AntaGolin has almost no side effects. It is recommended to begin the anti-obesity combination t Continue reading >>

Insulin Resistance...

Insulin Resistance...

Yeah it makes a lot of sense to me, things that have happened throughout my life sort of come together when I read the symptoms and examples of insulin resistance. I laughed when I saw the symptom of early onset of big butt because I have always had a big butt even as a kid. My Grandmother has type 2 diabetes and her mother had type 2 diabetes. Its just logical that I would get it as well especially if they were healthy all their lives as well as active and did not get it til thier 60's, where I am 20 with high blood pressure already (another symptom) and am obese etc. I do want to control it before I cant anymore, thats why I am looking into it now, I did read that you can have normal lab work and still have insulin resistance because your glucose levels are fine and you dont have diabetes yet, you just produce more insulin so it seems like nothing is wrong but we know if something is not. My problem is that when I am off of phen I am tired 24/7 and all I want to do is lay in bed and sleep. I go to work and doze off even when there are loud trucks going off, I sleep 8 hours a night (fully rested) I can sleep on command lol. My mom always said I slept too much, I would skip school to sleep, as a kid my mom thought it was normal that I needed several naps and if she put me in the car for 1 minute I was fast asleep, we could go from one store and the next is a mile away and I would be dead asleep. When I come off of phen I struggle to do anything, my schoolwork grades go down, my work is effected, I just feel exausted for no reason. I cant drink coffee or energy drinks because they usually make me more tired. Those symptoms describe me so well. Even the moodiness when I am hungry, I get agitated and throw a hissy fit towards my boyfriend..I seriously act like a 3 year ol Continue reading >>

Ketotalk Episode #50: Protein & Insulin, Lipedema, Muscle, Dehydration, Phentermine

Ketotalk Episode #50: Protein & Insulin, Lipedema, Muscle, Dehydration, Phentermine

Genuine Solutions for the Diseases of Civilization KetoTalk Episode #50: Protein & Insulin, Lipedema, Muscle, Dehydration, Phentermine Tune in for KetoTalk Epsiode #50 on iTunes where it is now available or go to KetoTalk.com on the computer and listen there. We talk about the insulin response from proteins; What is Lipedema and does a ketogenic diet help?; Muscle burning; Dehydration; and can Phentermine be used with a ketogenic lifestyle? For Free Keto Tips & Tricks, Join our KetoKlan! How do you avoid the six biggest mistakes of weight loss? Dr. Nally reveals the answer here in his FREE six part mini-course! Hurry! Get Your Pre-Order Price Now! Available in Stores April 10th You Gotta Try It! Dr. Nallys Favorite Source for Grass Fed Beef & Bone Broth Click on Bacon Boy to get a printable PDF and then take your most creative selfie with him. Then share your art on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and include: Well promote the best entries that we see and link to your social profile. Do you need to check your blood ketones. Get your KetoMojo monitor here. A favorite of Dr. Nally's, and a great snack while still maintaining ketosis. Pre-order your signed copy of Dr. Nally's new book, The Keto Cure. FREE SHIPPING to the Contiguous US. Book Release Date Scheduled 4/10/2018 We anticipate signing and shipping by 5/1/2018 Thank you for Pre-ordering Dr. Nally's new book! You're going to love it!! Add, follow and post your adventure with BaconBoyDon't forget to share your adventures with him :) Continue reading >>

Can Phentermine Cause Insulin Resistance?

Can Phentermine Cause Insulin Resistance?

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Phentermine And Topirimate Er (qsymia) Studied For Type 2 Diabetes Patients

Phentermine And Topirimate Er (qsymia) Studied For Type 2 Diabetes Patients

Home / Conditions / Type 2 Diabetes / Phentermine and Topirimate ER (Qsymia) Studied for Type 2 Diabetes Patients Phentermine and Topirimate ER (Qsymia) Studied for Type 2 Diabetes Patients Diabetic patients can lose weight with medication specific for weight loss... In two randomized, double-blind and placebo-controlled studies, the safety and efficacy of treatment withphentermine (PHEN) and topiramate ER (TPM ER) (Qsymia)plus lifestyle for weight loss and glycemic benefits were measured. The studies included obese/overweight adults with type 2 diabetes. In the OB-202 study, subjects were randomized at a 1:1 ratio to receive placebo or active treatment. The active treatment group received 15mg of phentermine once daily in the morning and 100mg of topiramate ER in the afternoon. There was a 4 week titration to the randomized dosage, followed by an additional 24 weeks of treatment. All subjects who completed the OB-202 study were eligible to continue for an additional 28 weeks in the DM-230 study for a total treatment period of 56 weeks. The active treatment group in the DM-230 study were given once daily capsule containing a combination treatment of PHEN/TPM ER 15mg/92mg in the morning. The primary end point was to measure the change in HbA1C level. The life style modifications and comorbidities of all subjects were managed to the standard of care. Out of the 210 subjects, 165 subjects completed the OB-202 study. The most common reason for cessation was due to non-compliance. Out of 165 subjects who completed the OB-202 study, 130 enrolled in the DM-230 study (55 in the placebo group, 75 in the PHEN/TPM ER 15/92mg group). Out of 165 subjects who enrolled in the DM-230 study, 92.3% completed the study. The common reason for cessation from the DM-230 study was loss to fo Continue reading >>

Two New Weight-loss Drugs Available For Patients With Diabetes

Two New Weight-loss Drugs Available For Patients With Diabetes

With the FDA approval and coverage of new prescription weight-loss drugs last year, healthcare professionals have two more options to consider when treating obesity. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2009–2010 saw this major public health challenge affect more than one-third of adults and almost 17% of children and adolescents. Obesity places individuals at increased risk for several chronic diseases, including hypertension, dyslipidemia, and type 2 diabetes mellitus. Weight loss in patients with diabetes has been associated with improved glycemic control and improved lipid profiles. Although healthcare professionals have counseled patients about diet and exercise as the main approach for weight reduction, some patients continue to struggle and may seek alternative methods beyond caloric restriction and the treadmill. Lorcaserin approval In June 2012, FDA approved lorcaserin (Belviq, Arena Pharmaceuticals/ Eisai), a serotonin 2C receptor agonist, indicated as an adjunct to diet and increased physical activity for chronic weight management in adult patients who are obese or overweight and have at least one weight-related comorbidity (e.g., hypertension, dyslipidemia, type 2 diabetes). This was the first weight-loss prescription approved in 13 years, since FDA approved orlistat, a reversible inhibitor of gastrointestinal lipases. Lorcaserin was approved on the basis of data from three randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials lasting from 52 to 104 weeks. At one year, approximately 47% of patients without diabetes in studies 1 and 2 lost ≥5% body weight, and approximately 22% achieved a loss of 10% body weight or more. In the third study, 37.5% of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus lost ≥5% body weight and about 16% achieved Continue reading >>

Your Weight And Pcos

Your Weight And Pcos

Begin by watching the video above. Does losing weight with PCOS feel impossible? Do you struggle with food cravings and find it difficult to stay on a healthy weight loss plan? You’re not alone. The prevalence of overweight and obesity in women with PCOS is as high as 80%. Are you dealing with the frustrating and sometimes devastating symptoms of PCOS? +If you’re not sure, click here to take the PCOS test Women with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) are more likely to be overweight or obese because the hormonal imbalances associated with PCOS can cause unexplained weight gain, make it difficult to lose weight, and increase cravings. Even modest weight loss can lessen PCOS symptoms by reducing inflammation, but it’s hard to do because of haywire hormones and metabolism and is one of the most frustrating aspects of PCOS. The medical community is constantly telling their PCOS patients. “Just lose weight and you’ll see improvement in your symptoms.” If losing weight were that easy we’d all be doing it. “Just eat less and exercise more.” How many times have we heard that? How many times have we tried that approach only to fail over and over again? Is Your Weight Gain Due to PCOS? The likelihood of you gaining weight because of PCOS is high. That’s because the underlying cause of PCOS is found in the Hormone Deal-Breakers™ and weight gain is just the tip of the iceberg. Underneath the weight gain are many more symptoms telling you that there is something amiss. These Hormone Deal-Breakers™ wreak havoc on your hormones and metabolism. Women with PCOS tend to be “sugar-burners” which means that our cells rely on sugar to create energy in our cells instead of fat, so we crave sugar to feel well. The secret is in the transition from “sugar-burner” Continue reading >>

Phentermine And Topiramate Extended-release: A New Treatment For Obesity And Its Role In A Complications-centric Approach To Obesity Medical Management

Phentermine And Topiramate Extended-release: A New Treatment For Obesity And Its Role In A Complications-centric Approach To Obesity Medical Management

Phentermine and topiramate extended-release: a new treatment for obesity and its role in a complications-centric approach to obesity medical management We are experimenting with display styles that make it easier to read articles in PMC. The ePub format uses eBook readers, which have several "ease of reading" features already built in. The ePub format is best viewed in the iBooks reader. You may notice problems with the display of certain parts of an article in other eReaders. Generating an ePub file may take a long time, please be patient. Phentermine and topiramate extended-release: a new treatment for obesity and its role in a complications-centric approach to obesity medical management Weight-management options include lifestyle modifications, bariatric surgery and, until recently, limited pharmacotherapy. Phentermine and topiramate extended-release (phentermine/topiramate ER) has recently been approved in the USA for chronic weight management in obese adults and overweight adults with weight-related co-morbidities in conjunction with a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity. This review describes the pharmacology and clinical trials data for phentermine/topiramate ER and its role in a complications-centric approach to medical care of the overweight and obese patient. Phentermine/topiramate ER is an effective and safe weight-loss medication that can produce and sustain approximately 10% loss of body weight. This is a landmark development in the pharmacotherapy of obesity. By offering an effective medical option to complement lifestyle and surgical approaches, phentermine/topiramate ER enables a comprehensive medical model for obesity care. The overall approach to the overweight and obese patient should be to identify individuals who will benefit most Continue reading >>

Phentermine And No Weight Loss - Weight Loss & Dieting - Medhelp

Phentermine And No Weight Loss - Weight Loss & Dieting - Medhelp

I was diagnosed with chronic constipation over a year and 1/2 ago, lactose intolerant, malfunctioning gall bladder and not enough inertia in my colon to move matter through it properly.I was taking 13-15 laxatives a day with little to no relief, and definitely no weight loss.The last 2 months, my doctor put me on phentermine. I went in today for my rx renewal and I have not lost 1 pound. She feels the constipation is why, but I do not.My stomach has been in better shape the last 4 months than it was this time last year.I work 2 jobs and am on my feet constantly, I eat healthy (low fat diet, no carbs, fruits, veggies and meats only) as well as work out 2-4 times a week, and play volleyball 2 hrs 3x a week.I had a personal trainer for a year prior to this and lost 5 inches only. So I'm not sitting around doing nothing.I did express that I have never been able to take in enough calories, but she didn't seem to think that was the cause for me not to have lost even 1 lb in 2 months.Any suggestions? I am 40 yr old female, weigh 182 and 5'3. I have been this weight for 2 years and cannot lose.Highly frustrated and not getting any answers. Have you had your thyroid function tested?Hypothyroidism is a very common cause for weight gain/inability to lose.Ask your doctor test your Free T3, Free T4 and TSH.Don't settle for just TSH. You might also check into insulin resistance and PCOS, both of which make weight loss difficult to impossible. Very low fat diet may not be good for you.Your body needs fats in order to be healthy and the right kind of fats can also help you lose weight. If you're not taking adequate calories, your body will hold onto excess fat.You should calculate your actual calorie needs and make sure you get enough. Continue reading >>

Adipex And Diabetes :: Adipex Fat Burner

Adipex And Diabetes :: Adipex Fat Burner

Type 2 diabetes is among the most common diseases, caused by obesity. In fact, excessive weight is among the main factors in the development of type 2 diabetes but at the same time, it is a controlled factor. So it is recommended to reduce the body mass in order to cure or prevent type 2 diabetes. It is best for diabetic patients to change their diet and increase physical activity to lose some weight. Obese people with a BMI 27 or more, associated with diabetes, are prescribed Adipex weight loss drug in addition to a diet and exercises. This drug suppresses appetite, increases energy and provides weight loss. Type 2 diabetes provokes different disorders. It happens that people with type 2 diabetes have: Before adding slimming pills Adipex to the therapy of type 2 diabetes, doctor should examine the obese patient to exclude some diseases he might have. Weight loss drug Adipex is contraindicated for use in uncontrolled hypertension, severe renal insufficiency, glaucoma and cardiovascular diseases. Therefore, if type 2 diabetes is accompanied with at least one of the comorbidities listed below, Adipex slimming pills are contraindicated. However, if risks of obesity exceed the risk of side effects, Adipex can be prescribed for weight loss after all. Adipex diet pill increases the blood pressure and heart rate, which may result in hypertensive crisis. The risk of these side effects increases if Adipex is used by diabetic patients, who have high blood pressure or any cardiovascular disease. To reduce the risk of hypertensive crisis when using Adipex, diabetic patient should control the blood pressure level and heart rate. In case of persistent high blood pressure and palpitation, it is recommended to reduce Adipex dose or stop using this drug. Obese people with mild or moder Continue reading >>

How To Safely Use Phentermine With Thyroid Problems For Weight Loss

How To Safely Use Phentermine With Thyroid Problems For Weight Loss

First of all you need realize a few things: I don't recommend using weight loss drugs by themselves to try and force your body to lose weight because this tends to cause MORE problems than it helps. If you will recall from my previous posts , in order to lose weight you NEED to balance your hormones. If you are still of the opinion that weight loss is about reducing your calories then stop reading right now and read this post . Now that we are all on the same page we can move on... Is this the first time you've heard of Phentermine before? Phentermine is a prescription medication frequently used for weight loss and it acts by doing 2 main things in your body: 1. Increase your Basal Metabolic Rate (AKA boosts your metabolism) 2. Reduces your appetite (AKA you eat less!) These may sound good to you, but you have to be cautious especially if you have thyroid and/or adrenal problems. Phentermine acts to increase your metabolism by increasing the amount of norepinephrine (adrenaline) in your body . This same mechanism also results in a reduction in appetite and is the same mechanism that many ADD/ADHD medications use to help with focus and attention. Taking phentermine may cause patients to feel more energy, increase their basal metabolism and reduce their appetite. There are a few things you need to know if you have thyroid problems... As you know, your thyroid (in conjunction with your adrenals) controls the metabolism of your body. Patients with hypothyroidism usually have a lower than normal metabolism (sometimes as much as 30-40% below normal!). So they are already at a disadvantage when it comes to losing weight. At first glance you may think that adding Phentermine, which increases metabolism, would be a good idea. Taking phentermine when your thyroid is untreated pu Continue reading >>

Diabetics & Phentermine

Diabetics & Phentermine

Angela Ogunjimi has been a prize-winning writer and editor since 1994. She was a general assignment reporter at two newspapers and a business writer at two magazines. She writes on nutrition, obesity, diabetes and weight control for a project of the National Institutes of Health. Ogunjimi holds a master's degree in sociology from George Washington University and a bachelor's in journalism from New York University. Phentermine may help with obesity for diabetics.Photo Credit: Kritchanut/iStock/Getty Images As many Type 2 diabetics are overweight or obese, prescription weight-loss drugs like phentermine provide an important treatment option to help diabetics control their condition by managing their weight. Phentermine works both as a stimulant and an appetite suppressant. At the time of publication, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is mulling over a new drug application that combines phentermine with another drug that helps you feel full. The drug also reportedly has a significant effect on diabetics' A1C levels in addition to helping them lose weight. Diabetes is classified as an epidemic in the U.S. More than 25 million have the disease. Another 79 million people have prediabetes, a condition in which your blood sugar is elevated but not high enough to diagnose diabetes. The National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse reports that most people with prediabetes go on to develop diabetes within 10 years if they don't take steps to treat the condition. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention projects that by 2050, as many as 1 in 3 Americans could have diabetes if current trends continue. About 80 percent of all people with Type 2 diabetes are overweight. Phentermine works as an appetite suppressant, but according to Drugs.com, it also acts like an amphetamine Continue reading >>

A Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Study Of An Oral, Extended-release Formulation Of Phentermine/topiramate For The Treatment Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea In Obese Adults

A Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Study Of An Oral, Extended-release Formulation Of Phentermine/topiramate For The Treatment Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea In Obese Adults

A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of an Oral, Extended-Release Formulation of Phentermine/Topiramate for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Obese Adults Address correspondence to: David H. Winslow, MD, Kentucky Research Group, 1169 Eastern Parkway, Suite 2243, Louisville, KY 40217Phone: (502) 479.1217Fax: (502) 479.1218, [email protected] Received 2011 Oct; Revised 2011 Jun; Accepted 2012 Jul. Copyright 2012 Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. To evaluate safety and efficacy of phentermine 15 mg plus extended-release topiramate 92 mg for treatment of moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in obese adults. This phase 2, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study included 2-week screening and 28-week treatment periods. Overnight polysomnography was performed at baseline, Week 8, and Week 28. Single-center study conducted from August 2008 to September 2009. Forty-five subjects with moderate to severe OSA not receiving positive airway pressure (PAP) treatment with body mass index of 30-40 kg/m2. Subjects were randomized to receive placebo (n = 23) or phentermine 15 mg plus extended-release topiramate 92 mg (n = 22). Both groups received lifestyle-modification counseling. Primary endpoint, change in apnea-hypopnea index (AHI), significantly favored phentermine 15 mg plus extended-release topiramate 92 mg (-31.5 events/h, 95% CI: 40.0, 22.9) over placebo (-16.6 events/h, 95% CI: 25.0, 8.2) at Week 28 (P =0.0084). At Week 28, there was a 10.2% (95% CI: 12.7, 7.6; 10.8 kg, 95% CI: 13.5, 8.0) mean decrease in weight in the phentermine 15 mg plus extended-release topiramate 92 mg group compared with 4.3% (95% CI: 6.6, 2.0; 4.7 kg, 95% CI: 7.2, 2.2) in the placebo g Continue reading >>

How Phentermine Can Help Pcos

How Phentermine Can Help Pcos

Posted by Sally on March 6, 2014 in the following categories: Phentermine , Support , Weight Loss For sufferers of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) losing weight can be a constant struggle, whereby the symptoms of PCOS makes weight gain more likely and weight loss more difficult. However, it is important that sufferers of PCOS lose weight, both to alleviate the symptoms of PCOS and also to avoid the development of additional serious problems associated with excess weight. Here we explain how phentermine can help PCOS, so you can win the struggle against weight gain with the help of phentermine and adopting healthy lifestyle habits. PCOS occurs when the ovaries dont make enough hormones for the eggs to fully mature. Instead of releasing a mature egg during ovulation, some of the follicles in the ovaries turn into fluid-filled sacs called cysts. PCOS produces symptoms in approximately 5% to 10% of women of reproductive age (around 12 to 45 years old), and more than 60% of women with PCOS are overweight. The link between PCOS and weight gain arises because PCOS makes it more difficult for the body to use the hormone insulin, which normally helps convert sugars and starches from foods into energy. This condition, called insulin resistance, can cause insulin and sugar to build up in the bloodstream. High insulin levels increase the production of male hormones called androgens. High androgen levels lead to symptoms such as body hair growth, acne, irregular periods, and weight gain. Because the weight gain is caused by male hormones, women with PCOS typically have more of an apple shape, as excess weight is stored in the abdomen. Abdominal fat is the most dangerous type of fat, as it is caused by subcutaneous fat surrounding the vital organs, and can lead to an increased risk Continue reading >>

Phentermine Diet Pills In Pcos

Phentermine Diet Pills In Pcos

One of the clinical symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is obesity. Medical studies have established that PCOS is often accompanied by a visceral obesity, accompanied with the most severe changes in the endocrine system. Hormonal imbalance in PCOS is usually caused by insulin resistance. To cure obesity with PCOS, Phentermine weight loss drug can be prescribed. Regular use of Phentermine pills combined with healthy eating and physical activity helps reducing the risk of some diseases caused by PCOS. Weight loss in PCOS by means of Phentermine normalizes the concentration of pituitary hormones, ovarian androgens and recovery of the reproductive function. It was noted that along with weight loss, Phentermine anti-obesity therapy decreased the size of ovaries and improved somatic state in women suffering from PCOS. In addition to normalized function of hormonal system, weight loss by means of Phentermine also: Normalizes the blood pressure, reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases; Increases the glucose tolerance, decreasing the blood sugar and thereby, reducing the risk of diabetes; Minimizing the cholesterol level, reducing the risk of atherosclerosis; Stimulates ovulation and increases the chance to conceive To cure obesity complicated by PCOS and to relieve symptoms of PCOS, (e.g. acne, excessive growth of facial hair, irregular menstruation, and high level of androgens) along with Phentermine some birth control pills are prescribed. Insulin resistance is a typical symptom for PCOS and hirsutism. To treat moderate and severe hirsutism in women with PCOS, combination of Phentermine and Metformin or antiandrogens (Dianette) can be prescribed. Clinical trials have shown that hirsutism in women suffering from PCOS can be effectively cured by lessening the bl Continue reading >>

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