Our expert says:
Stick to your low-GI diet and the exercise which are both excellent ways of losing weight and controlling weight gain. I am not acquainted with Appestop by Patrick Holford so can't really comment. If it only contains ingredients like chromium and fibre, etc then it should not interfere with your medications. There is no reason not to take a mild diuretic because they do not wash important vitamins our of your body, so ask the dr who is treating you for a prescription for a so-called 'potassium-sparing' diuretic. If you take this type of diuretic you need to stop taking potassium supplements as this could lead to potassium overload. Discuss the use of Reductil with the dr who is treating your neurological disorder as some slimming pills can have an effect on neurological systems.
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