Our expert says:
Firstly congratulations for losing a whopping 10 kg - well done! Your BMI = 26,2 at present, so you still need to lose about 6 kg to get into the normal range and have a comfortable BMI of 24. I am not in favour of using slimming pills such as the one you list. It contains norpseudoepinephrine which can cause a variety of negative side-effects such as tremor, restlessness, anxiety, insomnia, palpitations and problems with urination. Another problem is that these appetite suppressants may lose their effect over time and you can become addicted to them. I would like to suggest that you try using chromium picolinate or polynicotate at a dose of 200 microgram a day (not more or less, as this is the optimum dosage) (but at the chemist or health shop). I am also concerned that you may be eating so little that your body thinks it is being starved and has shutdown its weight loss processes. Click on 'Diet' and 'Weight Loss' and 'Slimming Diet' for a copy of a low-fat, high-fibre diet and compare what and how much you are eating and make the necessary adjustments.
Keep up the good work with the exercise.
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