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Diet RX, 60 Capsules, Appetite Suppressant

Our Price: $ 23.95
MSRP: $ 49.95

Diet Rx Supplement may help with:
reducing appetite
maintain healthy blood sugar levels
balance mood
maintain healthy cholesterol and lipid levels
improve your body's metabolism and fat burning ability
increase antioxidant level of your body
increase energy
improve mental concentration
Formulated by Ray Sahelian, MD
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    Diet Rx natural appetite suppressant without prescription medications
    December 12 2016

    Developed by Dr Ray Sahelian, MD, best selling author and natural medicine expert.

    Natural diet pill product without prescription drugs
    Diet Rx is a dietary Supplement available without a prescription. It contains no hormones or prescription medications.

    Effective All Natural and Safe
    Natural Appetite suppressant without stimulants.

    What you many notice when you take the pills
    The vast majority of those who take Diet Rx notice that there is less of an need or urge to eat with this herbal product. Many users buy additional bottles for their friends as gifts.

    The amount of money you will save on food by eating less is likely to be more than the cost of this natural diet pill product. *

    • Decreases appetite so you eat less. Diet Rx effectively curbs appetite without making you feel anxious. You will feel fuller with smaller portions of food and you will have less of an urge to eat sweets or other high calorie foods.
    • Helps you maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Less food intake means better blood sugar control.
    • Diet Rx has no added caffeine, ephedra, ephedrine alkaloids, synephrine, hormones, guarana, or ginseng. Caffeine has not been added to Diet Rx although green tea extract has small amounts of natural caffeine. Users do not feel jittery and restless, rather many people report feeling more balanced with a more focused mind.
    • Balances mood which helps reduce the tendency to overeat.
    • This diet pill helps you maintain healthy cholesterol and lipid levels. Less food intake results in better cholesterol management.
    • Improves your body's metabolism and fat burning ability.
    • Increases the antioxidant level of your body. Diet Rx has many potent herbs with antioxidant properties.
    • Provides healthy fiber such as glucomannan and psyllium.
    • Improves energy without a stimulant feeling. The extra energy will motivate you to be more active and take longer walks which help burn more calories.
    • Improves mental concentration, focus, and makes you feel more alert.
    • Improves your will power and choice of food selection so you don't impulsively eat a lot of high-calorie dense foods.
    • Save money on food. You will probably save more money by eating less than the cost of this diet pill product.
    Suggested Use, how much to take:

    As a dietary supplement, take two to four capsules in the morning on an empty stomach or as recommended by your health care provider.

    Supplement Facts
    Serving Size: 1 Capsule
    Servings Per Container: 60 Capsules
    Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
    Chromium (picolinate)
    10 mg
    Diet RX Propriety Blend
    Ginger root (zingiber officinalis), green tea extract  (camellia sinensis, 50% polyphenols), spirulina (spirulina platensis), hoodia gordonii 20:1 extract, cinnamom root (cinnamomum cassia), apple cider vinegar, apple pectin, garcinia cambogia (60% hydroxycitric acid), glucomannan konjac 4:1 extract, grapefruit extract (citrus paradise) acetyl-l-carnitine, alpha lipoic acid, banaba extract, 5-HTP, choline bitartrate, inositol, carnitine (HCI), inulin, pomegranate extract (40% ellagic acid), bitter melon extract (momordica charantia), psyllium husk, coleus forskohlii (10% forskohlin), fenugreek seed extract (trigonella foenum), and guggul extract (10 guggulsterones).
    445 mg

    †Daily Value or Recommended Daily Intake not established

    Other Ingredients : Gelatin, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.

    Diet Rx appetite suppressant side effects: Thus far no major side effects  have been reported during our testing process except for appetite suppression. If you are sensitive to herbs, start with one capsule and limit yourself to 2 a day. Diet Rx may give you extra natural energy and it is a good idea to use up this energy by taking a walk daily for at least 20 minutes. As with any herbal formula or medication, there may be rare individuals who get side effects even though almost every one else doesn't. Discuss with your health care provider if Diet Rx is appropriate for you before you purchase this product. If you are taking medications such as thyroid hormone, heart pills, anti-seizure drugs, anti-depressants, etc, discuss with your doctor who may either advise you not to take Diet Rx, or perhaps to only use one capsule a day. If you have an unstable medical condition or taking multiple medications, we suggest not to use Diet Rx and to be very careful using any supplement since studies are limited regarding the interactions of herbs and medications.

    Diabetes, insulin, metformin, cholesterol medications
    Q.
    I have diabetes type two. If I eat less will I need to reduce my dosage of insulin or blood sugar lowering medicines if I take a pharmaceutical or natural diet pill that reduces appetite? What about cholesterol medications and blood pressure medications?
    A. Perhaps. If you eat less, there is a good chance your blood sugar will not rise as much. Therefore, if you are on insulin or taking prescription medicines or natural supplements that lower blood sugar, your dosage may need to be adjusted. If you have diabetes, you should consult with your doctor before taking any pharmaceutical or natural appetite suppressants. Your doctor may advise you to start with a low dose of these pills while you monitor your blood sugar. You may then gradually increase the dosage of the diet pills while you keep a close eye on your blood sugar level.
       The same may apply to blood pressure and cholesterol. If you eat less, whether through sheer will power or through the aid of an appetite suppressant, it is possible that cholesterol levels would not rise as high and blood pressure may not rise as much. Thus, you need to have your doctor monitor you and guide you.

    Coffee drinking, caffeine
    Q.
    Can I drink coffee if I am taking Diet Rx diet pills?
    A. Caffeine is known to enhance some of the effects of the ingredients in Diet Rx. However, we prefer that people limit their coffee use to two cups a day if taking 2 Diet Rx pills, and one cup a day if taking 3 Diet Rx pills.

    Ingredients amounts
    Q.
    What are the amounts of each ingredient in Diet Rx diet pill?.
    A. Diet Rx diet pill is a proprietary blend formulated by Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D.. Since he is nationally and internationally recognized as an expert formulator, one of the best in the world, many companies try to copy his formulas. Therefore, the dosages are in a form of a proprietary blend. FDA allows companies to make products and not have to list the exact amounts of the herbs since they recognize that revealing the amounts of a successful product can lead to other companies making the same exact product or something quite similar. This serves a similar purpose to patent protection. Some individuals may not buy Diet Rx since they want to know the exact amounts of the ingredients. We understand. However, we prefer to lose a few sales rather than have another company, particularly a big corporation with a large advertising budget, copy this successful formula and then do a huge marketing campaign. If this happens Dr. Sahelian would be quite disheartened.

    Number of pills taken
    Q.
    Is it okay to take 4 Diet Rx diet
    pills a day? I like the effects on 3 capsules but I was thinking 4 may even work better.
    A. If your doctor approves, and you are young and very healthy with no medical problems, you could take 2 before breakfast, and 2 before lunch. We do suggest you take a good long walk to use up excess energy the pills provide and only take the 4 pills a day for no longer than a few days and then drop back down to 1, 2 or 3 capsules.

    Combining Diet Rx diet pill with SSRI drugs or medications used for depression:
    Q.
    Can I take Diet Rx if I am currently taking SSRI drugs such as Paxil, Zoloft, or Prozac?
    A. SSRI drugs include Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa, and several other antidepressants. You can take a capsule or two a day of Diet Rx if your doctor approves and your dosage of the SSRI drugs is reduced by a quarter or 50 percent. Some of the ingredients in Diet Rx have mood lifting and balancing properties, along with improving natural energy. We are concerned that side effects can occur when high dosages of drugs and natural herbs are combined. Always start with only one capsule and have your doctor guide you. Do not exceed more than 2 Diet Rx capsules a day if you are taking antidepressant drugs. And, as we mentioned, we suggest the dosage of the drugs to be reduced according to the guidance of your health care provider.

    Q. I know you recommend speaking to a physician prior to taking Diet Rx diet pill if taking a prescription drug for depression. I know all individuals react differently to meds and supplements but can you provide general guidelines?
    A. Yes, you are right. Everyone reacts slightly, moderately, or sometimes significantly differently to the same medication or a combination of medications and herbal products. As a general rule, we suggest starting with one capsule of Diet Rx for those taking a SSRI antidepressant drug. After a couple of days one can increase to two. At this time, it may be a good idea to reduce the SSRI dosage since Diet Rx has some mood stabilizing properties. This is a general guideline that you can discuss with your doctor who will make the final decision as to whether Diet Rx diet pill is appropriate for you, and if it is, how to manage your dosage of the antidepressant drug while taking this natural diet pill.

    SSRI drugs include:

    Citalopram (Celexa)
    Escitalopram oxalate (Lexapro)
    Fluoxetine (Prozac)
    Fluvoxamine maleate (Luvox)
    Paroxetine (Paxil)
    Sertraline (Zoloft)
       When using any of the SSRI antidepressant drugs with Diet Rx diet pill, consider starting with one capsule of Diet Rx your first time, and when you increase the dosage of Diet Rx pill to two capsules, we suggest you lower the SSRI drug dosage by about 10 to 30 percent, or more. Your doctor needs to approve this change.

    Combining with natural supplement formulas
    Q.
    Can Diet Rx diet pill be taken the same day as Passion Rx, Mind Power Rx, Eyesight Rx, or MultiVit Rx?
       A. We recommend you first learn how each of these herbal formulas works for you by itself before combining them. And if you combine them, always use smaller amounts since their effects can be additive and cumulative.

    Thyroid disease, hyperthyroid, hypopthyroid
    Q.
    Is it okay to take Diet Rx if someone has thyroid disease or taking Synthroid or thyroid medications?
    A. There are many kinds of thyroid disease and the thyroid conditions could be mild, moderate, or severe. Plus, some people with thyroid conditions may also have other medical issues or may be taking pharmaceutical medications. Therefore it is not easy to give a simple answer that applies to everyone. However, if your doctor approves, you can start with one capsule of Diet Rx in the morning. It is rare to have any problems or side effects with one  capsule. The appetite suppression takes a few days longer to be effective, but many people don't mind proceeding slower.

    Natural energy enhancement
    Q.
    I have read through all the ingredients for Diet Rx. I want to be sure that whatever is included that increases energy is nourishing rather than stimulating to an organ system. Your directions say to leave off taking these herbal diet pills for a few days each month which can imply that whatever organ, ie perhaps the adrenals, need recovery time. I really want to understand how your product works. I do not want something that is artificially creating energy while the long term effect is depleting.
    A. The combination of green tea, ginger, hoodia, cinnamon, garcinia cambogia, and some of the other herbs creates a very nice, natural energy. Our general guideline regarding practically every supplement is to take breaks from use a few days a month. This is our philosophy and other vitamin companies may have different viewpoints.

    Seizure disorder, epilepsy
    Q. I have a seizure disorder and I take anti-seizure medications. Is it okay to take a Diet Rx supplement?
    A. To be on the safe side, we suggest not taking a Diet Rx supplements if you have a seizure disorder or taking anti-seizure drugs. It is difficult to predict the interactions between anti-seizure meds and dietary supplements.

    Combination with statin drugs which include:
    Atorvastatin - Lipitor, Torvast
    Fluvastatine - Lescol, Lescol XL
    Lovastatin - Mevacor, Altocor, Altoprev
    Mevastatin is a naturally-occurring compound found in red yeast rice supplement.
    Pitavastatin - Livalo, Pitava
    Pravastatin - Pravachol, Selektine, Lipostat
    Rosuvastatin  
    Rosuvastatin - Crestor
    Simvastatin - Zocor, Lipex
    Simvastatin + Ezetimibe - Vytorin
    Simvastatin + Niacin extended-release - Simcor
    Atorvastatin + Amlodipine Besylate - Caduet
    Lovastatin + Niacin extended-release - Advicor  

    Q. I'm interested in Diet Rx but I'm currently taking 80mg of simvastatin at night for high cholesterol and am worried about it having grapefruit extract in it. Would this be okay or should I avoid Diet Rx natural appetite control pill?
    A. It is up to you and your doctor to decide which natural supplements to take, but, as a general rule, if you take a dietary pill for appetite control and you end up eating less, it is likely the dosage required of the Zocor or other statin drug will be less.

    Tips for improved health and healthy weight control
    1. Drink a glass or two of cool or cold water when you wake up to help rehydrate and stimulate peristalsis to clear your colon.
    2. Do 10 to 30 situps a few times a day
    3. Do 5 to 10 pushups a few times a day.
    4. Take at least a 20 minute to 30 minute walk each day.
    5. Drink water flavored with stevia as a substitute for sugar-laden sodas or fluids. You can mix lime-flavored stevia drink packet in 2 pints of water.
    6. If you tend to overeat at night to help you fall asleep, consider the occasional use of Good Night Rx one to three hours before bed.
    7. Do not buy ice cream, chocolate, pastries, or other calorie dense foods. If they are in the house, you are likely to eat them. Rather, have a number of fresh fruits and vegetables in the kitchen and you can munch on them.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

    Diet Rx appetite suppressant side effects: Thus far no major side effects  have been reported during our testing process except for appetite suppression. If you are sensitive to herbs, start with one capsule and limit yourself to 2 a day. Diet Rx may give you extra natural energy and it is a good idea to use up this energy by taking a walk daily for at least 20 minutes. As with any herbal formula or medication, there may be rare individuals who get side effects even though almost every one else doesn't. Discuss with your health care provider if Diet Rx is appropriate for you before you purchase this product. If you are taking medications such as thyroid hormone, heart pills, anti-seizure drugs, anti-depressants, etc, discuss with your doctor who may either advise you not to take Diet Rx, or perhaps to only use one capsule a day. If you have an unstable medical condition or taking multiple medications, we suggest not to use Diet Rx and to be very careful using any supplement since studies are limited regarding the interactions of herbs and medications.

    Diabetes, insulin, metformin, cholesterol medications
    Q.
    I have diabetes type two. If I eat less will I need to reduce my dosage of insulin or blood sugar lowering medicines if I take a pharmaceutical or natural diet pill that reduces appetite? What about cholesterol medications and blood pressure medications?
    A. Perhaps. If you eat less, there is a good chance your blood sugar will not rise as much. Therefore, if you are on insulin or taking prescription medicines or natural supplements that lower blood sugar, your dosage may need to be adjusted. If you have diabetes, you should consult with your doctor before taking any pharmaceutical or natural appetite suppressants. Your doctor may advise you to start with a low dose of these pills while you monitor your blood sugar. You may then gradually increase the dosage of the diet pills while you keep a close eye on your blood sugar level.
       The same may apply to blood pressure and cholesterol. If you eat less, whether through sheer will power or through the aid of an appetite suppressant, it is possible that cholesterol levels would not rise as high and blood pressure may not rise as much. Thus, you need to have your doctor monitor you and guide you.

    Coffee drinking, caffeine
    Q.
    Can I drink coffee if I am taking Diet Rx diet pills?
    A. Caffeine is known to enhance some of the effects of the ingredients in Diet Rx. However, we prefer that people limit their coffee use to two cups a day if taking 2 Diet Rx pills, and one cup a day if taking 3 Diet Rx pills.

    Ingredients amounts
    Q.
    What are the amounts of each ingredient in Diet Rx diet pill?.
    A. Diet Rx diet pill is a proprietary blend formulated by Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D.. Since he is nationally and internationally recognized as an expert formulator, one of the best in the world, many companies try to copy his formulas. Therefore, the dosages are in a form of a proprietary blend. FDA allows companies to make products and not have to list the exact amounts of the herbs since they recognize that revealing the amounts of a successful product can lead to other companies making the same exact product or something quite similar. This serves a similar purpose to patent protection. Some individuals may not buy Diet Rx since they want to know the exact amounts of the ingredients. We understand. However, we prefer to lose a few sales rather than have another company, particularly a big corporation with a large advertising budget, copy this successful formula and then do a huge marketing campaign. If this happens Dr. Sahelian would be quite disheartened.

    Number of pills taken
    Q.
    Is it okay to take 4 Diet Rx diet
    pills a day? I like the effects on 3 capsules but I was thinking 4 may even work better.
    A. If your doctor approves, and you are young and very healthy with no medical problems, you could take 2 before breakfast, and 2 before lunch. We do suggest you take a good long walk to use up excess energy the pills provide and only take the 4 pills a day for no longer than a few days and then drop back down to 1, 2 or 3 capsules.

    Combining Diet Rx diet pill with SSRI drugs or medications used for depression:
    Q.
    Can I take Diet Rx if I am currently taking SSRI drugs such as Paxil, Zoloft, or Prozac?
    A. SSRI drugs include Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa, and several other antidepressants. You can take a capsule or two a day of Diet Rx if your doctor approves and your dosage of the SSRI drugs is reduced by a quarter or 50 percent. Some of the ingredients in Diet Rx have mood lifting and balancing properties, along with improving natural energy. We are concerned that side effects can occur when high dosages of drugs and natural herbs are combined. Always start with only one capsule and have your doctor guide you. Do not exceed more than 2 Diet Rx capsules a day if you are taking antidepressant drugs. And, as we mentioned, we suggest the dosage of the drugs to be reduced according to the guidance of your health care provider.

    Q. I know you recommend speaking to a physician prior to taking Diet Rx diet pill if taking a prescription drug for depression. I know all individuals react differently to meds and supplements but can you provide general guidelines?
    A. Yes, you are right. Everyone reacts slightly, moderately, or sometimes significantly differently to the same medication or a combination of medications and herbal products. As a general rule, we suggest starting with one capsule of Diet Rx for those taking a SSRI antidepressant drug. After a couple of days one can increase to two. At this time, it may be a good idea to reduce the SSRI dosage since Diet Rx has some mood stabilizing properties. This is a general guideline that you can discuss with your doctor who will make the final decision as to whether Diet Rx diet pill is appropriate for you, and if it is, how to manage your dosage of the antidepressant drug while taking this natural diet pill.

    SSRI drugs include:

    Citalopram (Celexa)
    Escitalopram oxalate (Lexapro)
    Fluoxetine (Prozac)
    Fluvoxamine maleate (Luvox)
    Paroxetine (Paxil)
    Sertraline (Zoloft)
       When using any of the SSRI antidepressant drugs with Diet Rx diet pill, consider starting with one capsule of Diet Rx your first time, and when you increase the dosage of Diet Rx pill to two capsules, we suggest you lower the SSRI drug dosage by about 10 to 30 percent, or more. Your doctor needs to approve this change.

    Combining with natural supplement formulas
    Q.
    Can Diet Rx diet pill be taken the same day as Passion Rx, Mind Power Rx, Eyesight Rx, or MultiVit Rx?
       A. We recommend you first learn how each of these herbal formulas works for you by itself before combining them. And if you combine them, always use smaller amounts since their effects can be additive and cumulative.

    Thyroid disease, hyperthyroid, hypopthyroid
    Q.
    Is it okay to take Diet Rx if someone has thyroid disease or taking Synthroid or thyroid medications?
    A. There are many kinds of thyroid disease and the thyroid conditions could be mild, moderate, or severe. Plus, some people with thyroid conditions may also have other medical issues or may be taking pharmaceutical medications. Therefore it is not easy to give a simple answer that applies to everyone. However, if your doctor approves, you can start with one capsule of Diet Rx in the morning. It is rare to have any problems or side effects with one  capsule. The appetite suppression takes a few days longer to be effective, but many people don't mind proceeding slower.

    Natural energy enhancement
    Q.
    I have read through all the ingredients for Diet Rx. I want to be sure that whatever is included that increases energy is nourishing rather than stimulating to an organ system. Your directions say to leave off taking these herbal diet pills for a few days each month which can imply that whatever organ, ie perhaps the adrenals, need recovery time. I really want to understand how your product works. I do not want something that is artificially creating energy while the long term effect is depleting.
    A. The combination of green tea, ginger, hoodia, cinnamon, garcinia cambogia, and some of the other herbs creates a very nice, natural energy. Our general guideline regarding practically every supplement is to take breaks from use a few days a month. This is our philosophy and other vitamin companies may have different viewpoints.

    Seizure disorder, epilepsy
    Q. I have a seizure disorder and I take anti-seizure medications. Is it okay to take a Diet Rx supplement?
    A. To be on the safe side, we suggest not taking a Diet Rx supplements if you have a seizure disorder or taking anti-seizure drugs. It is difficult to predict the interactions between anti-seizure meds and dietary supplements.

    Combination with statin drugs which include:
    Atorvastatin - Lipitor, Torvast
    Fluvastatine - Lescol, Lescol XL
    Lovastatin - Mevacor, Altocor, Altoprev
    Mevastatin is a naturally-occurring compound found in red yeast rice supplement.
    Pitavastatin - Livalo, Pitava
    Pravastatin - Pravachol, Selektine, Lipostat
    Rosuvastatin  
    Rosuvastatin - Crestor
    Simvastatin - Zocor, Lipex
    Simvastatin + Ezetimibe - Vytorin
    Simvastatin + Niacin extended-release - Simcor
    Atorvastatin + Amlodipine Besylate - Caduet
    Lovastatin + Niacin extended-release - Advicor  

    Q. I'm interested in Diet Rx but I'm currently taking 80mg of simvastatin at night for high cholesterol and am worried about it having grapefruit extract in it. Would this be okay or should I avoid Diet Rx natural appetite control pill?
    A. It is up to you and your doctor to decide which natural supplements to take, but, as a general rule, if you take a dietary pill for appetite control and you end up eating less, it is likely the dosage required of the Zocor or other statin drug will be less.

    Tips for improved health and healthy weight control
    1. Drink a glass or two of cool or cold water when you wake up to help rehydrate and stimulate peristalsis to clear your colon.
    2. Do 10 to 30 situps a few times a day
    3. Do 5 to 10 pushups a few times a day.
    4. Take at least a 20 minute to 30 minute walk each day.
    5. Drink water flavored with stevia as a substitute for sugar-laden sodas or fluids. You can mix lime-flavored stevia drink packet in 2 pints of water.
    6. If you tend to overeat at night to help you fall asleep, consider the occasional use of Good Night Rx one to three hours before bed.
    7. Do not buy ice cream, chocolate, pastries, or other calorie dense foods. If they are in the house, you are likely to eat them. Rather, have a number of fresh fruits and vegetables in the kitchen and you can munch on them.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.