New weight loss drug,
known as Zimulti in the U.S., also helps smokers quit smoking
Acomplia uses a novel method to control body weight by subduing brain receptors
that stimulate appetite, which can also aid people to stop smoking
30 × 100mg
Rimonabant is no longer available.
Suggested replacement product is Acarbose
Suggested replacement product for Acomplia is
Acarbose, which is an appetite supressor that also helps diabetics to control
30 × 100mg tablets
Weight loss drug
Acomplia is an experimental weight
loss drug containing Rimonabant, recently approved in the U.K.
Designed to help obese people lose weight, in particularly those with type 2 diabetes. It has been also shown to
help control blood sugar and reduce the risk of heart disease in diabetics.
Acomplia's many benefits
or Zimulti may be used as an aid in fighting addiction to tobacco, helping smokers kick the habit.
More importantly, Acomplia has helped smokers not gain weight, after they stop smoking. On top of that,
Acomplia has also been shown to improve HDL (good cholesterol) levels and to lower triglyceride levels, once again
showing benefit for people with diabetes and heart conditions.
Acomplia helps with weight loss by
subduing cannabinoid receptors, which stimulate appetite. By subduing these appetite receptors, the feeling of food
craving or hunger is subdued. It is available in 20mg pills size.
How to buy Acomplia tablets
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available in 20 mg tablets pack sizes
• Glucobay is now available in 30 x 100mg
tablets pack size
• You can buy one or more
packs of Acomplia (Zimulti) tablets
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Suggested dose is to take one 20mg tablet daily. The tablet should be
taken in the morning before breakfast, to be swallowed whole. Do not take Acomplia if you're allergic to
Rimonabant, or woman breast-feeding.