TopicTake Your Vitamins - Why You Need a Good Multivitamin to Cure For Thyroid Disorder

  • Tue 16th Apr 2019 - 7:28am

    Experts are now saying that you should wait 4 hours after taking your 4 Day Thyroid Diet   prescription medication before you take an over the counter weight loss drug like Alli. They also advise that you have your thyroid levels checked more often to make sure you do not need to adjust your dosage when taking weight loss products.You should only take a weight loss product if it has been approved of by the FDA. Fat blocking drugs like Alli or Xenical have been approved by the FDA. Alli is the brand name for the medication Orlistat.

    Xenical is a prescription medication that is a higher dosage of orlistat and is sold under the brand name Xenical. Even though both of these medications have been approved by the FDA, there is now a warning that drug interactions with your thyroid medication can exasperate hypothyroidism. As a result, the FDA has added the warning that "XENICAL and levothyroxine should be taken at least 4 hours apart."

    Weight loss drugs approved by the FDA are for those who are obese or morbidly obese. They are taken by many who suffer from hypothyroidism in an effort to lose weight. The problem is, the claims made about these drugs can be overly hyped and the proper warnings are not heeded by those who are desperate to loose weight. If you have a low functioning or slow thyroid, it is very difficult for you to lose weight. Any product that claims that you will be able to lose weight without effort on your part is misleading.

    Ephedra was approved of by the FDA but had so many dangerous side affects that it had to be taken off the market. How much more dangerous was it for those who were on thyroid medication? The FDA now warns consumers to beware of weight loss products that have the following words added in their advertisements: effortless, easy, magical, secret ingredient, new discovery or exotic, etc.


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