Diet Rx for appetite suppression and weight loss - Formulated by Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D.
After years of research, Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D., one of the world's most respected medical doctors, has formulated an all natural diet pill with a combination of several herbs and nutrients that effectively reduce appetite without the use of ephedra, hormones, harsh stimulants, or caffeine. Diet Rx is a highly evolved formula that has high quality raw materials combined in an intelligent way to help you eat less. Diet Rx breaks new ground in natural, herbal diet pill product formulation. Dr. Sahelian says, "I have never felt comfortable prescribing pharmaceutical diet pills such as phentermine and the other drugs. Finally, people have the option of an all natural supplement that reduces appetite. Eating less food leads to multiple health benefits."
Benefits of Diet Rx All Natural
Decreases appetite so you eat less
Helps you maintain healthy blood sugar levels
Helps you maintains healthy cholesterol and lipid levels
Improves your body's metabolism and fat burning ability
Increases the antioxidant level of your body
Provides healthy fiber
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Ingredients in Diet Rx - Proprietary Blend 894 mg
per two capsules
Ginger root (Zingiber officinalis), Green tea extract (Camellia sinensis, standardized to contain 50% polyphenols), Spirulina (Spirulina platensis), Hoodia extract (Hoodia gordonii, 20 to 1 extract), Cinnamon root (Cinnamomum cassia), Apple Cider vinegar, Apple pectin, Garcinia Cambogia CitriMax HCA-600 SXS (standardized to contain 60% hydroxycitric acid), Glucomannan konjac 4 to 1 extract, Grapefruit extract (Citrus paradise, 4 to 1 extract), Acetyl-l-Carnitine, Alpha lipoic acid, Banaba extract (standardized to contain 1 % corosolic acid), 5-HTP, Choline bitartrate, Inositol, Carnitine (Hcl), Pomegranate (standardized to contain 40 % ellagic acid), Bitter melon extract (Momordica charantia), Psyllium husk, Coleus forskohlii (standardized to contain 10 % forskohlin), Fenugreek seed extract 4 to 1 (Trigonella foenum), Guggul herb (standardized to contain 10 % guggulsterones), and Inulin. Chromium picolinate mineral. Diet Rx is trademarked by Physician Formulas supplement company.
Suggested use: Take two capsules on an empty stomach at least half an hour before breakfast or lunch. Increase on subsequent days to 3 or 4 based on your needs. May take all at once or split between morning and midday. Take a break a few days each month.
Diet Rx Contains the following ingredients
Green-Tea-Extract - Studies show green tea extract results in an increase fat oxidation and in energy expenditure (a measure of metabolism). Green tea contains various antioxidants, including EGCG. Green tea extract also increases energy. The benefits come from an interaction between caffeine and EGCG).
Hoodia extract - Hoodia gordonii has a compound called P57 that works directly in the brain to help reduce appetite. For thousands of years the bushman of the Kalahari Desert in South Africa have been chewing on hoodia to stop hunger, while they were on hunts or journeys, where there was little of no food available to them.
Glucomannan konjac extract - Glucomannan helps to satiate and provides good management of blood lipid and carbohydrate status along with providing fiber for optimal bowel movements.
Ginger root - Ginger has been recognized for its medicinal properties for thousands of years. Ginger is added to herbal formulas to help relieve nausea and gastrointestinal side effects. Studies in rodents show ginger is involved in maintaining healthy levels of blood sugar and cholesterol.
Cinnamon root helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
Garcinia Cambogia Citrimax - Hydroxycitric acid is derived from the Malabar tamarind tropical fruit (Garcinia cambogia) native to India. Hydroxycitric acid has been found to inhibit mitochondrial citrate lyase, leading to decreased acetyl coenzyme A production and decreased fatty acid synthesis.
Bitter melon helps with blood sugar control and increases lipid oxidation, or fat burning.
Apple Cider vinegar is obtained from the fermentation of apple juice which leads to acetic acid.
Spirulina is green blue algae that is considered a superfood with a high protein content. Spirulina has antioxidants,
Apple pectin is a healthy fiber that helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
Choline is a nutrient that converts into acetylcholine. Choline increases the mobilization of fatty acids. Choline is needed for efficient fat metabolism.
Inositol combines with choline to assist in fat metabolism.
Carnitine or L-Carnitine is a main ingredient in many diet pills and supplements. L-carnitine is found in an enzyme complex (carnitine acyltransferase I, carnitine translocase, and carnitine acyltransferase II) that helps transport long-chain fatty acids across into the mitochondria where fatty acids can be metabolized efficiently.
Pomegranate is full of antioxidants that helps reduce damage to the inner lining of blood vessels.
Psyllium is a fiber which absorbs water within the gut, causing increased satiety and lower caloric intake. Psyllium is also helpful in keeping healthy blood sugar and lipid levels.
Cayenne has capsaicin helps regulate blood sugar levels by affecting the breakdown of carbohydrates after a meal.
Coleus forskohlii contains forskolin which increases Cyclic AMP thus influencing membrane transport proteins and increasing fat metabolism..
Fenugreek helps with blood sugar control and reduces insulin resistance.
Guggul can help a sluggish thyroid gland and help the body to burn calories more efficiently. Guggul also helps manage cholesterol levels.
Inulin is from the chicory plant. Inulin is a prebiotic fiber that helps reduce food absorption but improves mineral absorption, including magnesium and calcium.
Grapefruit extract - different grapefruit constituents influence intestinal and liver lipid transport and metabolism.
Banaba extract helps check blood sugar and insulin levels. Fluctuations in blood sugar and insulin are related to appetite and food cravings, particularly for carbohydrates.
Alpha lipoic acid is one of the most powerful antioxidants
Acetylcarnitine helps maintain attention and focus so you can think clearer
5-HTP converts into serotonin so you can have more will power and be less impulsive in your food choices.
Chromium picolinate is a trace mineral that helps reduce sugar cravings and regulates appetite by stabilizing blood sugar levels.
What it does not have
Diet Rx has no added caffeine, ephedra or ephedrine alkaloids, synephrine, guarana or stimulating amino acids. Users do not feel jittery and restless. Rather, many people report feeling more balanced with a more focused mind. Caffeine has not been added to Diet Rx although green tea extract has small amounts of natural caffeine. Caffeine use may lead to anxiety, irritability, nervousness and sleep disorders for some users. However, most people who like the effects of caffeine, normally drink a cup or two of coffee a day which provides 100 to 200 mg of caffeine. Those who drink two or more cups of coffee may wish to take one less capsule of Diet Rx. For instance, if four capsules of Diet Rx normally works for you, take 3 capsules if you plan to drink 2 or more cups.
Q. Can you tell me if there has been any side effect on the kidneys by taking Diet Rx? I currently have Kidney Disease and I am very careful about what over the counter meds I take.
A. We are not aware of any studies that have shown kidney damage from using Diet Rx or the ingredients in Diet Rx. However, research in the area of supplements and kidney disease is limited and we can't make absolute statements on this topic. It may be wise to have your doctor's approval and only use one capsule a day for a while and monitor your blood and urine studies after a few weeks to determine if there has been any positive or negative effect. We wish you well.
Diet Rx testimonials
Q. I have been taking Diet Rx for one week now. I have noticed that I do not feel hungry. The biggest difference that I noticed though is no night time snacking. I never go to bed before 2:00am and usually start my evening snacking around 10:00pm I must clarify that what I call a "snack" other people call a meal. I am not fond of sweets so therefore my "snack" is something meaty (pork chop, chicken breast or steak) or a sandwich or two with all the trimmings. I have not even thought about having something to eat in the evenings since starting Diet Rx. I tried a diet pill once before in my life but did not like it because it gave me an awful nervous feeling and fast heart beat. I don't feel anything like that with this diet product. In one week I lost three pounds.
Q. I work in an office where they have donuts within easy reach. Ever since I started taking Diet Rx, I noticed that I am not reaching for the donuts. I look at them but they don't seem to hold much interest for me.
Q. My 60 year old secretary comes into work today looking fabulous and says that since sheís been taking Diet Rx she has lost eight lbs in about 2 weeks. She is a real testament because not everything works on her. She says that she hasnít really been hungry during these two weeks and no urges for sweets either. A year ago her doctor put her on a prescription diet pill and after six months there was no change in her weight.
I am writing to say thank you so much for your insights, free products and sample products that you offer us to try out before purchasing it. I ordered Diet Rx last week and within hours of taking one pill I had no desire whatsoever to eat any sweets. I felt calmer as well. I went grocery shopping and out of habit I purchased some cookies and they actually sat in the cabinet for 2 whole days. This is truly a miracle for me!!! I usually devour the whole bag of cookies in one or two days. I did eat a few cookies on the third day, but to my surprise I didn't eat the whole row. This product is TRULY AMAZING!!! I will continue to use this product. I'm looking forward to trying out Eyesight Rx product next!
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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, you dosage may need to be adjusted. If you have diabetes, you should consult with your doctor before taking any diet pills. 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.
Q. I need to know how much 5-htp is in one pill of the
Diet-Rx. I already take 50 mg 5-HTP every single night and would like to try the
Diet Rx but don't really want to take any more than 50 mg of 5-HTP a day.
A. Sorry, we can't give that information since it is a proprietary blend only known to the formulators. The formula is a trade secret. If you do take Diet Rx, you may either not need to take the 5-htp every night or take half the amount you normally take.
Q. I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and was
wondering if taking Diet Rx would be bad in combination with my Synthroid
medication.. which isn't making me feel better or getting rid of my symptoms, ie.
extreme tiredness, weight gain, headaches, moodiness, etc. etc. but I don't want
to make matters worse either. I am depressed because the weight keeps coming and
Diet Rx product seems to have good ingredients.
A. We have not had any side effects reported to us regarding the use of Diet Rx with Synthroid. If your doctor approves, you can start with one capsule a day and then base further dosage changes on your response.
Q. Can you tell me about Diet Rx how it works and can
you take Diet Rx with Cymbalta.
A. Diet Rx has several ingredients that work together to suppress appetite so you eat less. We have not tested it with Cymbalta, but if your doctor approves you can start with one capsule a day of Diet Rx. If you need to increase to two capsules, your doctor may suggest reducing your Cymbalta dosage by a quarter or half. Each person is different on how they respond to medicines and herbs and we can just give general information that you can discuss with your doctor for the best option. Many people report Diet Rx helps with mood balance and energy.
Q. I am in desperation, I am 5'2" 155lbs, post
menopausal and hypothyroid. My triglycerides have increased despite diet changes
and exercise and triglyceride medication. I was flabbergasted that with meds my
triglycerides increased 70 in 4 months. My doctor wants me to lose weight, I
think I am doing all I know. Will Diet Rx have any interactions with my
triglyceride and thyroid meds? also I take gingko biloba, lecithin,
vitamin E and B complex regularly.
A. We suggest you ask your doctor to read the page on the website regarding Diet Rx and make a recommendation for you. It would be best, at least initially, to take Diet Rx without mixing it with other supplements and the tricylceride medication, and also to start with one capsule a day initially and then if no problems increase to another capsule before lunch and eventually if no problems then then both capsules can be taken together before breakfast. Your doctor would need to make the final decision and monitor you.
Q. Please advise the amounts of each ingredient in Diet
A. Diet Rx is a proprietary blend formulated by Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D.. Since he is nationally and internationally recognized as an expert formulator, 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 is a form of trademark / patent protection. Some individuals may not buy a supplement 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.
Q. After reading through the ingredients in this Diet Rx
product, I have a question: Have there been any reports of gastrointestinal
discomfort / acid reflux issues in people taking Diet Rx on an empty stomach? I
have acid reflux (Iím currently taking Protonix to manage it), and often have a
reaction to cinnamon and citric acid. Any insight you can provide is
A. The most common side effect with the use of two capsules of Diet Rx taken at the same time is energy, natural energy that makes you want to take a walk. Otherwise, no significant gastrointestinal side effects have been reported to us after 4 months on the market. If you wish, you could take one capsule of Diet Rx with food your very first time, if no problems then one capsule on an empty stomach, and proceed further based on your response.
Q. Can one use the Diet Rx diet pill with hypo
thyroid medication such as Armour thyroid?
A. Each person may respond differently, but if your doctor approves you can start with one capsule with breakfast and then lower or increase the dosage based on your response. To make the Diet Rx be more potent, you can take it on an empty stomach before breakfast. To make it less potent, open a capsule and take 3/4 of the contents. It is difficult to predict how any one person will respond to what dosage.
Q. I currently take Coumadin due to a mechanical heart
valve. Will Diet Rx interact with Coumadin?
A. This is a good question. We have not had feedback from users of Diet Rx who take Coumadin or warfarin to see if the addition of Diet Rx alters INR levels. If your doctor approves, you can take only one capsule a day of Diet Rx rather than 2 or 3 a day, and after a couple of weeks have a blood test to see if any changes have occurred. Do let us know so we can inform others regarding the influence of Diet Rx, if any, on INR in those taking warfarin.
Q. I recently had entire thyroid taken out. Feel great and I am on Synthroid 125 mcg and using a meal replacement once a day. I want to start taking Diet Rx. Is this ok to do? I am getting ready to start training for 1/2 marathon (never have done this before and I am 46). Do you have suggestions?
Q. I have a question regarding Diet Rx product: I am not
trying to lose weight currently and am at an good, healthy weight for me.
However, I have struggled with weight gain, loss and maintenance all my life. I
am 54 years old, eat a whole foods diet, exercise regularly, but I still have to
manage my appetite on a constant basis. It is particularly challenging when we
travel for vacation or socialize. Those times make me feel very stressed,
because I am not in control of the foods that are available, how they are
prepared, etc. I would to love to not feel like I am having to struggle so much
or feel so anxious when I am not the one preparing food. I would like to be able
to just choose food and eat what my body needs. At home, I do fine, but this
struggle and tension take away the joy of vacationing and socializing, and I
often end up feeling tired of "holding back" so much, so I just give in, eat far
too much, and feel physically wrecked the next day. Since I am not trying to
lose weight, do you think your Diet Rx is still something I could use for
vacations and for big social events (like holidays, barbeques, etc) to take down
some of the stress and angst?
A. Diet Rx can be used anytime to help one control their appetite, it works great for this purpose. Two capsule can help control appetite within the same day while one capsule a day takes 3 or 4 days to start working.
Q. I am currently taking a 5-htp product, and I love it,
but I was wondering if you could tell me how much of that is in the Diet RX
formula, just so I know if I should take more 5htp along with the Diet Rx.
A. You ask a good question. However Diet Rx is a secret formula and we can't say. We do advise not taking a 5htp pill the same day as a Diet Rx pill.
Q. We purchased Diet Rx for my husband. He is an
anesthesiologist with a demanding schedule. Here is our dilemma and question: He
gets up at 5:30am to be able to quickly shower, eat breakfast, and leave home on
time. He only has about 15 minutes between waking up and eating breakfast, and
we can't see getting up earlier than 5:30am. just for him to wait to eat. When
he is at the hospital for work, he rarely gets a break, but he might be able to
manage a quick one to take his Diet Rx. Your directions say to take Diet Rx at
least a half hour before breakfast or lunch. It would help us a ton, if you
could advise us in the other direction----i.e., how long AFTER breakfast or
lunch he should wait to take his Diet Rx?
A. Diet Rx can be taken as soon as he gets up, even if it is 15 minutes before breakfast. Diet Rx can also be taken at least two hours after a meal. You can experiment to see if one, two, or three capsules works best.
Q. I am taking Amiodarone every other day for atrial
fibrillation. The label warns against having any grapefruit products while
taking this medication. I am interested in Diet Rx and I see it contains
grapefruit extract. Does this mean I should avoid using Diet Rx?
A. The amount of grapefruit extract in Diet Rx is minimal, however, there are a couple of dozen ingredients in Diet Rx and those with cardiac rhythm abnormalities should be cautious using supplements since some of them could stimulate cardiac muscle tissue or the nodes. The final decision rests with your doctor. See atrial fibrillation for more information.
Q. I just took my first dose of Diet Rx and immediately
felt an elevation and stabilization in mood and feel much less-hungry. I took
1/2 capsule at around 3:00 pm. Around an hour later, I noticed that my body was
retaining fluid (in the legs and stomach area). It this from the Diet Rx? I
would really appreciate your response as I really love this product and would
like to continue it.
A. This is the first we have heard of fluid retention as a result of Diet Rx use, we doubt the supplement was the cause.
Q. I am a reporter and was interested in Diet Rx, can you
tell me more about this natural diet product?
A. Diet Rx was formulated by Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D. in order to help those who overeat. Using his vast knowledge of different herbs and nutrients that help with appetite suppression, he formulated a product with a number of such appetite suppressing herbs that often work within hours or a day or two. Users of Diet Rx feel satisfied eating a portion of their meal and have less of a craving for sweets. Many diet pills cause increased body temperature and rapid heart rate along with restlessness or anxiety. Diet Rx does not have these side effects. We do have users of Diet Rx who you can interview.
Q. I wonder if I can take the Mind Power Rx and the Diet
Rx capsule on the same day, Or do you recommend to not do that?
A. We strongly suggest first learning how each one supplement formula works by itself for at least a period of 2 weeks. Thereafter you can discuss with your doctor whether in your particular medical condition you can take both supplement formula products.
Q. Would Diet Rx product be safe if I am on blood pressure
A. It is not easy to answer such questions since it depends on the dosage of your medication, the type of blood pressure medication you are taking, your overall health, other medical conditions, age, sex, etc. If your doctor approves you can begin with one capsule a day.
Q. I am a 45 year old woman that I want to loose only 16
lbs to get back to my usual and normal weight. I am not happy with myself the
way I look right now and it has been extremely hard for me to now loose this
pounds whereas it used to be very easy even three years ago. I find myself being
upset and resistant to buy a bigger size dress because that is not the answer to
be happy. I guess that my question to you is: Will your diet pill truly helped
me loose only those and ONLY 16lbs in order to get back to my normal weight?
Will I loose stomach fat that I have accumulated? Be aware that this ONLY 16 lbs
is usually what overweight people find very hard to loose as they are the pounds
in one that wants to reach the desire weight.
A. The majority of Diet Rx users find that their appetite is less when they take these diet pills and they eat less. We cannot promise results since the FDA does not allow sellers of diet pill products to make claims that a person will lose weight.
Q. One product I ordered for my overweight husband is Diet
Rx appetite suppressant. He is hesitant about using it and wants to know if
taking at least the minimum recommended starting dose (2 before lunch) might
cause the blood pressure to rise. I read the ingredients and told him I doubted
it would have such an effect, but would like confirmation.
A. It is difficult to predict any person's response to supplements. One option is to take half a capsule of Diet Rx the first day, and if no problems then taking one Diet Rx capsule for a few days and if there is no effect on blood pressure then the dosage can be raised to two capsules.
Q. I work for a company that drug tests its employees
randomly every month. I read the info & understand this is an "all natural"
product; however I need to know if this product will flag a drug test? Will it
flag any key elevations?
A. We have no reason to believe the use of Diet Rx would cause a positive test on a random drug test since there are no drugs in Diet Rx.
Q. I have gained 80 lbs. In the last 4 yrs. Last
September I found out I am hypoglycemic which contributed to the weight gain.
Since then I have lost 22 lbs. with proper diet. Of course for me the weight
can't come off fast enough, my question is will Diet Rx help me? I am eating
well, proteins, poultry, lean meats, shell fish etc.. ( yes I cheat, but not
daily or even weekly) With moderate exercise. Is there any other thing, or herbs
that will help?
A. Most people who take Diet Rx notice appetite suppression. It is impossible for us to know if any one person will benefit from any supplement since each person is unique.
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