Water Tablets, Diuretics & Weight Loss
For anyone considering using a slimming tablet could have at some point considered using a Water Tablet
A water tablet sounds harmless enough – plus the thought of reducing excess water from your body sounds appealing.
It is when the simple water tablet is researched slightly more thoroughly than potential dangers start to surface.
Water tablets are diuretics – to most people this means a product that can eliminate excess water from the body, an ideal product to use for water retention.
Water Retention Tablets
Water retention could be the reason you struggle with the top button on your jeans or can’t fit into your favourite shoes.
The thing is …. and this is very big thing – if you were to use a water tablet it is a very, very short term solution because when you rehydrate the problem returns. It is fat better to tackle the problem at source by targeting existing body fat and preventing the formation of new fat – for this reason we recommend PhenQ
How Do Water Tablets Work
A water tablet is not primarily aimed at eliminating excess water – they are certainly not aimed at weight loss.
The job of the water tablet is to remove or flush away sodium from the kidneys, this process leads to the removal of fluid in the process.
“If your intention is to use a water tablet for weight loss please be aware that this is only a temporary solution. As soon as you rehydrate you will be back to square one.”
What Are Water Tablets For
Diuretics are commonly prescribed by GP’s to people with high blood pressure. heart related conditions or such conditions as Edema. Edema is a condition in which water is retained due because of poor circulation of the lymphatic system.
Can Water Tablets Cause Side Effects
Water tablets can cause side effects if abused – they are meant for use in the short term – no longer than two weeks unless under strict GP supervision. As the tablet is intended to lower high blood pressure, people that have normal blood pressure can have there blood pressure to excessive low levels.
Are Water Tablets Recommended For Weight Loss
Excess water or water retention can cause weight gain – any water expelled from your body will be replenished and so no fat loss actually occurs.
If you need to lose weight then you must reduce the amount of calories you take on on a daily basis.
Alternative Slimming Tablets
If a slimming tablet is your preferred method of weight loss there are several products available either via prescription (obtained via GP consultation) or from the over the counter market.
PhenQ, the fat burner, fat blocker and appetite suppressant combination that is possibly the best selling weight loss tablet in the UK at the moment.
It has enjoyed much media coverage both on television and in the national daily’s.
PhenQ is a commercial diet tablet that is available to buy direct from it’s own official website. A 60 day money back guarantee and free delivery underlines the manufacturers confidence