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Alli makes liver damage – A Report
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RE: Alli makes liver damage – A Report
I really don't understand why people would take diet pills in the first place. Or go under the knife and have a gastric band.

If you can't loose weight, you either have a thyroid/hormonal problem that needs sorting or you are eating too much. Or a sugar imbalance causing cravings.

Eat less, lose weight, simple!

It is not really that simple though. There are various factors that can affect someone's weight level such as hormones, medications, diabetes, etc. Even the more body fat they have can influence weight gain since this can increase estrogen levels and insulin resistance. What if the person suffers from Prader-Willi? Or what if they have an injury that prevents them form getting much exercise? What if they require a certain medication that has a side effect of weight gain? What if they have severe COPD preventing them from exercising or congestive heart failure lading to the weight gain. People need to be more careful about judging others because it is not as straight forward as many people want to believe.
07-01-2012 01:48 AM
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