Complementary Health: Diet Pills and Working Out
This is a great example of how two problems can have one solution—think, killing two birds with one stone, put into full action.
Many people who battle obesity also struggle with the fact that they don’t have much energy. They want to lose weight, but don’t have the strength or stamina to work out. They spend too much time on the couch WISHING that they had it in them to get up and get out and burn some calories, but instead they are plagued by laziness and exhaustion—carrying around a heavy body is tiring!
Enter diet pills to the scene and all of a sudden (or at least in a few weeks) we’ve got ourselves an entirely different test subject. Our exhausted, overweight couch potato has just lost 10 pounds. She’s excited that she’s hit her first goal and is eager to start knocking goals down as she makes her way closer and closer to a healthier lifestyle.
This excitement turns to adrenaline and she’s off the couch and moving towards her goal…physically, by joining a walking group or a low-impact aerobics class.
As the pounds come off and the motivation skyrockets, our friend here finds begins to realize that a lot of her laziness was really depression in disguise, and that now, not only is she thinner and more active, but she’s happier.
Okay, so maybe we’ve got THREE birds with one stone. Our diet pill—say Orlistat (generic Xenical) has succeeded to transform our couch potato isn’t an active, healthy woman—she’s lost weight, increased energy and activity, and is less depressed.
You know what else? She’s probably sleeping better at night, has a better sex life, and has lowered her cholesterol.
Of course, my focus is working out. If you can work out and achieve these goals—health and happiness—then I say skip the diet pills; but if you need the weight loss supplements in order to get moving, then by all means—buy Xenical online and get crackin’!