A Review of Zimulti

One of the exciting weight loss drugs out there is Zimulti. Also known as Rimonabant and Acomplia, Zimulti is the same medication under a different name. Zimulti is simply the name that the drug company decided on for use for U.S. sales once the drug is approved. A totally new type of weight loss drug, Zimulti can help overweight patients put an end to obesity and allow them to regain a healthier physique.

Who Zimulti is designed for

The Zimulti diet pill is designed for patients who have a Body Mass Index is higher than 30. Body Mass Index is basically a comparison of your body weight compared to your body height. The higher your BMI is, the more likely you are to experience other health problems because of your weight. This includes heart disease and heart attack, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes. Often, if you are able to bring your BMI down to a healthier level, you will also see an improvement in your overall health as well.

How Zimulti works

Zimulti diet pills are designed to help patients lose weight by blocking the CB1 receptors in the Endocannabinoid system. Basically, these are the same receptors that cause marijuana smokers to feel hungry after they smoke. The receptors are responsible for regulating your appetite, so when they are targeted by Zimulti diet pills they reduce your cravings for food. If you do not feel as hungry, you naturally eat less, making it easier to drop the weight. Some patients have also found that suppressing the receptors also reduced their cravings for cigarettes and nicotine.

Dosing of Zimulti

Most patients will take Zimulti according to the same dosage as Acomplia – a 20 mg dosage. The pill is swallowed whole with a full glass of water, and should be part of a diet and exercise routine in order to achieve best results.
When taking Zimulti, you should not overdose. Overdosing will not improve your results. If you miss a dosage, take it as soon as you remember, unless it is close to the time of your next dosage. If it is close to the next dosage, continue on your regular dosing schedule.

Who should not take Zimulti

As with any diet and exercise program, patients should consult with their doctor prior to taking Zimulti. Not all patients will be good candidates for the medication, and in some cases your doctor may want you to try another therapy first. Your doctor will also need to know your medical history as well as any other medications you are taking to help prevent dangerous side effects. Pregnant and breast feeding women are cautioned not to take Zimulti. For patients in the United States, Zimulti is still waiting approval by the FDA before it will be available to the general public.
According to studies, patients who took Zimulti were not only able to lose weight and inches from their waistlines, but they were also able to improve their overall health. This includes improvements in blood sugar levels, cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and more.