REDUCE-15mg Sibutramine (Ordain)
100% Original Weight Loss Product reduce 15mg Reduce is a weight loss slimming pill that supposedly works in 2 ways
It creates a feeling of fullness meaning that users should feel more satisfied quickly after eating smaller portions of food
It helps to keep the body’s metabolism from slowing down Reduce is a satiety enhancer. Its active ingredient is sibutramine hydrochloride Monohydrate.
Reduce is a weight loss slimming pill that supposedly works in 2 ways
*It creates a feeling of fullness meaning that users should feel more satisfied quickly after eating smaller portions of food
*It helps to keep the body’s metabolism from slowing down Reduce is a satiety enhancer. Its active ingredient is sibutramine hydrochloride
How Does Reduce Work?
Reduce works on the two brain chemicals
Reduce blocks the nerve cells that release and reabsorb serotonin. This means serotonin levels increase. These act in the brain and enhance
feelings of fullness so that you eat less and consequently lose weight. The result of all this is? A person who is taking Reduce will feel more
satisfied after eating a smaller portion of food and the frequency and intensity of cravings for bad unhealthy food will reduce.
Should I Take Reduce?
Like many weight loss alternatives, they should only be adopted if a person is obese and all other efforts involving diet and exercise have been
exhausted and unsuccessful. Even once Reduce is taken, close attention to the diet must still be paid, Reduce is simple an aid, albeit for many,
a very successful one.
Who is it suitable for?
Your doctor will decide whether Reductil is suitable for you. It will only be prescribed if your Body Mass Index (BMI) is 30 or more or your BMI is
27 or more and you have other weight-related health problems.
Is it Addictive?
Because Serotonin and Noradrenaline are associated with prescription and illegal drugs such as treatment for depression and the use of
Marijuana, the question is raised by some people, is Reduce addictive?
No it is not, it has been approved as a long term weight loss and management pill.
Do I still need to diet and exercise?
Yes! Reduce should be used in conjunction with a reduced-calorie diet. Taking more exercise is also recommended.
Everyone reacts to chemicals differently so the side effects of Reduce will vary from person to person. Some people do not report side effects,
but some of the more common side effects reported include
*Dry mouth (some people reported this as a positive as it helped them to drink more water to satisfy the thirst)
The list could be longer but you must remember, any drug on the market has a potentially long list of side effects. Any drug has the potential to
have a range of side effects in the general population.
How to use?
Take one capsule per day at least 30 minutes before your first meal. Make sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day, recommend at
least 10 glasses per day. Do not take more than 1 capsule per day, and 1 capsule per day should be taken at breakfast to avoid from insomnia
like side effects. Make sure to not skip any meals while on Reduce, it works best when you continue your normal eating pattern it just helps to
reduce the amount of food you take in throughout the day.
How to stop?
When you feel that you have reached your desired weight loss, or whatever your reason for taking reduce and want to get off of it, please
space the pills out to every other day, until the last pack is finished for the recommended period of 2 months
Not to be used in
* People over 65 years of age
* Children and adolescents under 18 years of age
* besity caused by a medical condition
* Severely decreased kidney function
* Severely decreased liver function
* Uncontrolled high blood pressure (hypertension)
* History of coronary artery disease
* History of heart failure
* History of increased heart rate (tachycardia)
* History of irregular heart beats (arrhythmias)
* Tumour of the adrenal gland (phaeochromocytoma)
* Psychiatric illness
* History of anorexia nervosa
* History of bulimia nervosa
* History of drug, alcohol or medication dependence or abuse
* People who have taken antidepressant, antipsychotic or appetite suppressant medicines, or tryptophan to aid sleep, in the last 14 days