The short-term treatment courses with phentermine require changes to lifestyle to press for the positive results according to the intake and the info on the official website.
Despite the performance boost provided by the drug and curbed hunger, not all the patients manage to pull the trigger – some stick to the treatment deprived of physical loads. So how does it work? Let’s find out.
At phentermine.com, the top resource that pops out on Adipex/phentermine queries, there’s plenty of records of people losing from 10lb within just 2 weeks to 70-80lb lost within several treatment courses throughout the year.
However, the website doesn’t seem to be credible enough – these guys have nothing to deal with manufacturers or medical associations. Will you trust the guys the mediators singing praises to the preparation pursuing the only goal – increasing sales? We wouldn’t.
A slightly more reliable source you may want to drop in at is Drugs.com – its Phentermine/Adipex feedback pages to be more exact.
The ratings of both are pretty high: 8.9 and 9.1 out of 10 respectively, so you can guess the feedback would be largely positive. Indeed, there’s a good number of people saying both Adipex and Phentermine can be used successfully without exercising.
The review by lady S on February 16, 2014 says less than 2 months of treatment have resulted into 12 pounds of lost weight without any exercising. Aj628 has mentioned he has managed to lose 15 pounds in 2 weeks with a diet plan and no exercising – the review was published on February 4, 2016. Well, this way or the other, the process of moderation at Drugs.com still leaves much to be desired, which provides the room for unfair manipulations.
In fact, no clinical trials dedicated to figuring out the difference in results between the cases with regular physical exercising and without it.
Importantly, FDA has approved the drug for use in conjunction with changes in eating habits and adding physical exercising.
Furthermore, maintaining long term weight loss results without regular exercising and changes in food consumption behaviour would be problematic – in this case as soon as you quit taking the drug the risk of gaining weight to the previous level is quite high.