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Helpful Tips When Using Eatmor™ Appetite Stimulant
1. Remember Eatmor™ is a natural daily dietary supplement, not a drug. Eatmor™ will make it easier for you to gain weight by stimulating hunger symptoms, but it is still up to the user to actually eat. In order to gain weight you must take in more calories each day than you expend- this lead to a calorie surplus which over time means weight gain. The desire to achieve a caloric daily goal, or overall goal weight must come from discipline and the desire of the user. Eatmor™ will help you get there.
2. Eatmor™ is best taken on an empty stomach. Most users report the largest appetite increase in the morning, approximately 1 hour after taking Eatmor™. Often breakfast is the smallest and most often forgotten meal of the day- using Eatmor™ to increase the frequency and size of the first meal of the day is paramount to putting on healthy weight.
3. Avoid caffeine and other stimulants while on a weight gaining regimen. Stimulants are effective at reducing appetite, which is why it is are used in weight loss formulas- obviously this is counter productive to the goal.
4. Exercising regularly or lifting weights will augment the nature with which the calories you consume are applied to your body. Increases in muscle mass are often associated with combining appetite stimulant products like Eatmor™ with weigth training.
Customer Q & A
Q. Does Eatmor™ have any side effects?
A. None have been reported, Eatmor™ is a natural orexigenic product with none of the side effects of many appetite stimulating drugs, and at a fraction of the price.
Q. How long does it take to work?
A. Most users report hunger symptoms with one hour of the first use, typically at a serving size of 4 capsules.
Q. Does Eatmor™ work for everyone?
A. Most people will respond favorably to Eatmor,in varying degrees of effectiveness. Some users have gained up to 20lbs in 8 weeks using Eatmor, though those results are not typical.
Q. How long does my order take to process and ship to me?
A. Eatmor™ orders are processed within 24 hrs. and ship the following day. All orders are shipped first class USPS and arrive within 2 to 4 days.
How Does an Orxigenic Work?
Orxegenics are any herb or prescription that stimulates hunger cravings and act as an appetite stimulant. Orexigenics come in many different forms like Megace and dronabinol which have possible side effects of deep vein thrombosis and Cushing's Syndrome. Alternatively other natural options present themselves in the form of natural orexigenics < a href="http://www.nature.com/nrn/journal/v2/n8/fig_tab/nrn0801_551a_F3.html" alt="natural orexigenic agents">stimulating ghrelin, the compound that causes hunger stimulation. Finally the use of appetite stimulants for the elderly can present other more direct challenges in that the side effects of prescription medications become more difficult for patients to over come and may require other drugs to be prescribed to balance those side effects. IVW (involuntary weight loss) and its effects on the elderly cause many different questions and you should look at all of your options and not just take the first prescription. Doctors, Vishal Viswambharan, Jothika N Manepalli, George T Grossberg, have stated in their medical journal that medical prescriptions should not be the first plan of treatment for IWL.
- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12608509 - Clin Geriatr Med. 2002 Nov;18(4):853-66. Orexigenic and anabolic agents. Morley JE.
- http://www.nature.com/nrn/journal/v2/n8/fig_tab/nrn0801_551a_F3.html - Ghrelin: An orexigenic and somatotrophic signal from the stomach Akio Inui Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2, 551-560 (August 2001) doi:10.1038/35086018">
- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21565709 - Am J Geriatr Pharmacother. 2011 Apr;9(2):97-108. doi: 10.1016/j.amjopharm.2011.04.001. Use of orexigenic medications in geriatric patients.
- http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/780506 - Orexigenic Agents in Geriatric Clinical Practice, Vishal Viswambharan, Jothika N Manepalli, George T Grossberg Aging Health. 2013;9(1):49-65.