Most of you who arriving at this site are hoping to find the ‘magic’ slimming pill… just take three a day and lose pounds!

The truth of how to lose weight is a bit more involved but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t natural ways to lose weight quickly and safely. If you’re serious about losing weight then there are slimming pills that work but you’ll probably have to change some lifestyle habits too or at least have a little bit of will power to achieve effective weight loss.

What you need to remember is that slimming pills or any weight loss product are only taken to assist how quickly you lose weight. We want to show you how to get the best results from weight loss products and, also, how to make easy lifestyle changes to achieve safe and sustainable weight loss.

Before taking slimming pills, weight loss products or supplements, it is essential to understand exactly what you are taking and why. If you want to lose weight quickly then this becomes even more important to avoid side effects. It’s also important to ensure that your weight loss going to be for the long term.

Let’s take a quick look at the basics of slimming pills. Weight loss tablets usually work by doing (or at least claiming to do) one of three things. They can improve digestion, suppress appetite or increase metabolism. Many make spurious claims that cannot be proven and may also cause dangerous side effects so we want you to be careful and understand what you are taking.


Many herbal slimming pills you regularly see for sale are really just a type of laxative or something to aid digestion. They are often based on plant extracts or products that are associated with detox or system cleansing and if you read the ads carefully they say things like ‘Flush the Pounds’… think about it! Detox is not a bad thing, modern lifestyles can allow us to fall into bad habits and poor diets but a badly planned detox diet can have negative effects such as energy loss or difficulty concentrating. Also, detox diets are likely to make you hungry so, you will need to eat nutritious and healthy food to benefit.

Appetite Suppressant

There are a number of slimming pills, again often from natural sources, that claim to be appetite suppressants. In many people’s cases, eating is a ‘bad habit’ that involves snacking or fattening foods, or simply eating larger portions than are necessary. It is difficult to tell whether appetite suppressants will work for you and may also require good self-control to gain maximum benefit.


Slimming Pills that claim to increase metabolism can be very dangerous and should be carefully researched. The principle of these pills is to either ‘give you energy’ or stimulate your body (i.e. circulation). In many ways this is a way of inducing exercise but not necessarily a good approach. We all know that caffeine keeps you awake so, in theory, the longer we stay awake and the more active we are, the more calories we burn which is exactly why some slimming pills contain caffeine. However, other products have been known to contain harmful drugs/chemicals that have resulted in serious side-effects and even death.

Whichever type of slimming pill you choose to take, you should:

  • research it carefully
  • only buy from a trusted/reliable source
  • only take the product for a limited time

Some of you may just want to lose a few pounds for your summer vacation but for others weight loss is a serious matter that affects self-esteem or causes health problems. So, we want you to lose weight safely and easily but be warned, unfortunately, there is no magic pill.

Losing weight is something to be taken seriously and here at Slimming Pill we want to guide you to being healthier, fitter and happier with your weight and show you some of the products, diets, tips and techniques to get there… and more importantly stay at your new weight.


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