The weight-loss pills sector is a multi-billion-dollar business, with many of these diet supplements and herbal products marketed and sold over the internet.
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If you are tempted by an ad for easy, fast weight-loss, you almost surely are going to be disappointed. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Even more worrisome, these diet pills are relatively unregulated (see our section on supplements). Even the most "natural" sounding weight-loss pills, or "herbal" supplements, can have serious side-effects, particularly if you overdose. Inconsistent quality and potential interactions with prescription drugs you are taking may also be a concern.
Some weight-loss supplements, of course, can be helpful -- when used under medical supervision in combination with a program of diet and exercise.
To find out which weight-loss supplements may be right for you, consult your doctor.