Why do you use appetite suppressants?
We use appetite suppressants to help control your hunger. We use them much in the same way that people use nicotine patches to help curb their cravings while they’re quitting smoking. If you’re not struggling with hunger, you can work on changing habits without having to battle your willpower the whole time.
Now some people try to argue that using appetite suppressants to help with weight loss is somehow cheating, that using a crutch makes your weight loss less “real.” Try applying that same logic to nicotine patches. Who cares how you quit smoking, as long as you quit, right?Who cares if someone used nicotine patches to help with their cravings? And if nicotine patches makes it easier and more likely to succeed, why wouldn’t you use them?
The truth is, studies show using appetite suppressants improves weight loss, increases the odds of reaching your goal, and without a doubt makes the process a whole lot easier. So really, the question should be, “why wouldn’t you use them?”