Frequently Asked Questions

What is Deadweight Loss?

What is the deadweight loss? This is a question that many people ask and not all of them get the right answers to this question. This is because many people are confused about the definition of the word weight and what it means in relation to the concept of deadweight loss. In a nutshell, deadweight refers to any excess load that a person carries around without using any energy to move it. The concept of this concept came about because people were becoming too reliant on energy-gaining processes such as lifting weights and sprinting, which in turn drained the energy of the body.

Do Antidepressants Cause Weight Loss?

When people ask the big question: “Do Antidepressants cause weight loss?” they often don’t know how to answer it. That’s because the question doesn’t begin or end with “do antidepressants cause weight loss?” The real question is “Do any other drugs or medications I take cause my weight loss?”

Do I Qualify for Weight Loss Surgery?

General Guidelines for Weight Loss Surgery Candidates: You are a nonsmoker or have quit smoking. You are an adult under the age of 65. You are willing to participate in counseling prior to the procedure and after surgery. If you meet these guidelines, you may be a candidate for weight loss surgery.

Do Keto Pills Work for Weight Loss?

Yes. One small study found that exogenous ketone supplements reduced appetite for over four hours, which may be promising for weight loss. However, additional studies are needed before ketone supplements can be recommended for appetite control. “Do Keto Diet Pills Work? | U.S. News.” 02 Dec. 2020, https://health.usnews.com/wellness/articles/do-keto-diet-pills-work.

Do Laxatives Help with Weight Loss

No, laxatives do not help with weight loss. According to https://www.webmd.com/diet/taking-laxatives-to-lose-weight “Some people use laxatives to lose weight. While laxatives can help you with constipation, using laxatives for weight loss is dangerous and can make you sick.”