PhenObestin 37.5 More Effective than Exercise Interventions for Children
In response to two articles published in the September 27 online issue of BMJ that concluded exercise interventions for children were ineffective, PharmaCo Labs recommends that doctors and parents who are concerned about the health of overweight children, consider their over-the-counter weight loss pill PhenObestin 37.5, as part of an overall program of lifestyle changes including diet and exercise.
Germantown, MD (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
SupplementsToWeightLoss LLC (DBA:PharmaCo Labs) – PhenObestin 37.5 has been proven to be as effective as Adipex and Phentermine, both prescription weight loss medications. Unlike those prescription medications, however, PhenObestin 37.5 is an over-the-counter weight loss pill that requires no prescription, is all-natural, and has no side effects. Over 1 million people in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia of all ages and from all walks of life have used PhenObestin 37.5 since it came on the market in 2009, and they have all experienced positive weight loss results.
The first of the articles published in BMJ reviewed student intervention programs that measured student activity with objective measuring devices such as accelerometry devices. The goal of the programs was to give students additional mandated exercise periods during the week, with the hope that the additional exercise would counteract the obesity epidemic plaguing children of developed nations. The researchers discovered that three 90-minute sessions of mandated exercise that included 60 minutes of vigorous exercise raised the children´s overall level of exercise by only 4 minutes.
Earlier research suggested that exercise intervention did not work because the additional exercise caused children to eat more calories. But the comprehensive review of intervention exercise programs suggests that these programs don´t work because they do not actually raise the children´s overall level of activity, supplanting the vigorous after-school activity the children would normally engage in rather than adding to it.
The second article expounded upon the results cited in the first, and called for a more thorough understanding of the overall activity levels of children. They also suggested that children with normal body-mass-index (BMI) values be studied to determine how they maintained their healthy weight.
One way that people with healthy BMI values tend to outpace their less-healthy BMI compatriots is in the level of their metabolism. People with healthy BMI values tend to burn more calories, even at rest, than those with less-healthy BMI values. PhenObestin 37.5 has been shown to boost metabolism by more even than prescription Adipex does.
By including PhenObestin 37.5 in a program of diet and lifestyle changes, children with unhealthy BMI values can lose weight and approach the metabolic levels of children with healthy BMI values. PhenObestin 37.5 also stimulates the central nervous system and increases the overall brain activity level, so it will help the children to remain focused and alert so that they can better stay on their new diet and lifestyle program.
In addition to raising the metabolism, PhenObestin 37.5 also boosts the brain´s dopamine levels, which helps to reduce mood swings and depression that may be exacerbated by dieting. It helps to burn fat, especially stubborn belly fat, and flushes away the toxins that were trapped in the fat as well as the toxins from the increased metabolic activity in the body. The all-natural pharmaceutical-grade ingredients responsible for these benefits are derived from the cocoa plant, the acacia blackbush plant, and Yohimbe bark extract, and then combined in a cGMP-FDA compliant Indianapolis-based laboratory.
To learn more about how PhenObestin 37.5 can help their younger patients who are overweight or obese, doctors can contact Georgiy Kharchenko at 800-935-6312.
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