No Magic Bullet


Big surprise. The risk of popping fat-burning pills may outweigh its benefit. A study from the Archives of Internal Medicine found that zonisamide, a supposedly effective and tolerable anti-epileptic drug for weight loss may not be as effective as previously predicted. While those who took 400mg of the drug lost 3.3kg more than the placebo group, several adverse effects such as headache, nausea, anxiety and impaired memory were attributed to the intake of zonisamide.



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