In the market, there are many available solutions and medicines for aiding people in their weight loss aspirations. Pills, drugs and natural supplements are the chief available options. They claim they hold is that they help people lose weight easily (by helping them shed extra kilograms whilst maintaining nutrition).
A lot of them tend to work through one or more of the following mechanisms:
- Appetite Reduction: Helps in making people feel full so they eat fewer calories.
- Reduction in the absorption of fats: Helps people reduce their calorie intake.
- Raising the amount of fat burned: Helps people burn more calories.
As reviewed by science, here are some of the best mens weightloss pills and supplements certified by scientists and researchers to do the needed work.
1. Extract of Garcinia Cambogia
Garcinia Cambogia became prominent after being featured on Dr. Oz show some time ago. It is a small fruit, green in color and shaped like a pumpkin. The fruit’s skin contains hydroxycitric acid (HCA) which is an active ingredient in the fruit’s extract (The extract is often promoted as a diet pill).
Laboratory tests exhibited that this could inhibit a fat-producing enzyme in the human body. It then raises the levels of serotonin, thus helping reduce food cravings. Early research on 130 subjects compared garcinia with a dummy pill but the differences were minimal.
However, a 2011 review showed results of 12 studies on garcinia Cambogia causing a loss of 2 pounds on average in a few weeks. No side effects were reported except for some digestive issues.
Hydroxycut has been present around for more than 10 years and is among the most popular weight loss supplements for men.
It contains numerous ingredients that have been known to help men with weight loss. Among them are caffeine and some plant extracts. A research-based study revealed that it caused a weight loss of 21 pounds (9.5 Kgs) over a period of 3 months in individuals who consumed this supplement.
It is however not free from side effects. Those who are caffeine sensitive might experience anxiety, jitteriness, tremor, nausea, diarrhea, and irritability.
Caffeine is a psychoactive substance that is consumed in large amounts in the world (even today). It is naturally present in coffee, green tea, and dark chocolate too. It is also added to numerous processed food items and beverages as well.
Caffeine raises metabolism by considerable margins. It is often added to commercial weight loss supplements to help people get the needed energy boost when exercising.
Short term studies have shown caffeine raises metabolism from 3 to 11%. This thus raises the chance of fat getting reduced by up to 29%.