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    Appetite Suppressant without Stims


    Is there such a thing?

    I've given up all stims due to an anxiety disorder, but I am in dire need of a supp to stop my appetite, anything?
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    I think I've seen someone say 5-htp has worked for them. I don't remember what the other one was that the same person recommended. Could also try some psyllium husk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bla55 View Post
    Is there such a thing?

    I've given up all stims due to an anxiety disorder, but I am in dire need of a supp to stop my appetite, anything?
    Look into:


    - 5-HTP
    - ALA
    - Soluble Fiber
    - Eating higher satiety inducing foods
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    Vegetables like they are going out of style. For me spinach fills me up quick and for a long time. Otherwise I dont know a whole lot of supps but I am going to attempt the 5-HTP. Hoping that will help for the next 9 days.
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    I agree here as well. Veggies galore and or a bit of psyllium husk does the trick for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Cissus, dead serious.
    Really?? Good to know thanks Coop ill pay more attention next go around lol
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    DCP
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    Had very good appetite suppression with all of them.

    Also, though it's hardly as healthy, a cigar or nicorette or other form of nicotine has proved very useful for appetite suppression
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    Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post
    Really?? Good to know thanks Coop ill pay more attention next go around lol
    Cissus causes a large rise in plasma serotonin following administration in humans. Its weight loss effects, which have pretty good evidence, are thought to be secondary to appetite reduction
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post

    Cissus causes a large rise in plasma serotonin following administration in humans. Its weight loss effects, which have pretty good evidence, are thought to be secondary to appetite reduction
    Good info Coop thank you sir!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    DCP
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    Had very good appetite suppression with all of them.

    Also, though it's hardly as healthy, a cigar or nicorette or other form of nicotine has proved very useful for appetite suppression
    As far as the nicotine, yes it's very true, it helps. Having said that I advise anyone who has never used nicotine (in any form) not to go this route. It is one of the most addictive drugs out. This coming from an addict myself, I would hate to see someone become addicted to this shyt.

    Not trying to be someone's dad here, this just really hits home with me and I battle this addiction daily and have for 17 years.

    It's not worth a little appetite suppression IMO.

    And yes the gum and lozenges can be addictive as well along with being expensive.
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    Bummer. I've used multiple forms without ever having any problems with cessation or withdrawal. But then, I'm not talking about picking up smoking for its own sake.

    And there are certainly plenty of other options, as I listed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Bummer. I've used multiple forms without ever having any problems with cessation or withdrawal. But then, I'm not talking about picking up smoking for its own sake.

    And there are certainly plenty of other options, as I listed.
    Agree bud no worries. I wasn't trying to attack you in any way if you took it that way I apologize. I just didn't want to see a 20 year old see this and go buy a pack of smokes or dip or whatever.

    That's all. And yes you did give other options some I've used others I have not. I didn't see any bad intention in your post I just didn't want someone to misinterpret you.

    My best to you bud

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    I may give Cissus a run then as I also have some shoulder problems.

    Veggies won't work for me as this is during my fasting stage as well, have extended it a bit further.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Cissus causes a large rise in plasma serotonin following administration in humans. Its weight loss effects, which have pretty good evidence, are thought to be secondary to appetite reduction

    It was marketed that way in the beginning. Not sure how many of you young pups remember Nandi.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    It was marketed that way in the beginning. Not sure how many of you young pups remember Nandi.
    Color me young I guess. Was unaware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    It was marketed that way in the beginning. Not sure how many of you young pups remember Nandi.
    Yeah that definitely predates me lol. I got into this scene around the time when E-bol and pink magic were popular (and I bought multiples....)
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    Was USP first product....started right here.



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    Surprised no one has mentioned water. Every time hunger hits drink until you're full. Has always worked for me, although not when using water enhancers (Mio, crystal light) the sweetness just brings on cravings for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Was USP first product....started right here.
    Was that really the first USP release ever? They initially sold it as a non-stim appetite suppressant? Man they've come a long way, talk about a selling point with no potential for sales lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Was USP first product....started right here.

    I remember that, vaguely though cause I'm old.
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    Yep. Camphibolic.

    Forskolin, cissus, green tea....something like that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    Look into:


    - 5-HTP
    - ALA
    - Soluble Fiber
    - Eating higher satiety inducing foods
    Psyllium Husk powder like Metamucil or the Great Value kind, helped me a lot in cuts...in fact they still do so! And provide a properly scheduled morning dump!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Was that really the first USP release ever? They initially sold it as a non-stim appetite suppressant? Man they've come a long way, talk about a selling point with no potential for sales lol
    I go into my local vitamin shoppe and look at the "hardcore" isle and many of them started here with one product. I leave with a smile and a chuckle.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bean5er View Post

    As far as the nicotine, yes it's very true, it helps. Having said that I advise anyone who has never used nicotine (in any form) not to go this route. It is one of the most addictive drugs out. This coming from an addict myself, I would hate to see someone become addicted to this shyt.

    Not trying to be someone's dad here, this just really hits home with me and I battle this addiction daily and have for 17 years.

    It's not worth a little appetite suppression IMO.

    And yes the gum and lozenges can be addictive as well along with being expensive.
    You can add it into a topical .

    Never had a problem with nicotine addiction I smoked for a long time and I can have one or 10 and it's easy for me to stop. I feel that the additives in cigarettes and habit make it more addicting. Nicotine itself I haven't found to be habit forming for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    I go into my local vitamin shoppe and look at the "hardcore" isle and many of them started here with one product. I leave with a smile and a chuckle.
    You need to get commission on said products
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    Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    You can add it into a topical .

    Never had a problem with nicotine addiction I smoked for a long time and I can have one or 10 and it's easy for me to stop. I feel that the additives in cigarettes and habit make it more addicting. Nicotine itself I haven't found to be habit forming for me
    Yes, interestingly, we were taught that nicotine is addicting, yet all the recent data suggests otherwise. It would appear that cigarettes are addicting but pure nicotine is not, physiologically. Psychological addiction is a different story...I'm psychologically addicted to my morning dose of Alphamine, but hey, I guess it provides only positives for my health. Similarly, the "side effects" of responsible nicotine use are fat loss, appetite suppression, and improved cognitive function
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Who says I don't
    Living the dream...no wonder you're way cooler than forum admin over at BB.com. A lousy 20% coupon to the BB.com store just takes prices to, well, NP's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Yes, interestingly, we were taught that nicotine is addicting, yet all the recent data suggests otherwise. It would appear that cigarettes are addicting but pure nicotine is not, physiologically. Psychological addiction is a different story...I'm psychologically addicted to my morning dose of Alphamine, but hey, I guess it provides only positives for my health. Similarly, the "side effects" of responsible nicotine use are fat loss, appetite suppression, and improved cognitive function
    Funny...a while back , some people flamed HARD on me for recommending nicotine gum in between meals (true I am not the most favorite poster...). I know it's not 100% stim free...but idk, not really that hard of a stimulant effect, and if you really have used all other doors...why not try it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Yes, interestingly, we were taught that nicotine is addicting, yet all the recent data suggests otherwise. It would appear that cigarettes are addicting but pure nicotine is not, physiologically. Psychological addiction is a different story...I'm psychologically addicted to my morning dose of Alphamine, but hey, I guess it provides only positives for my health. Similarly, the "side effects" of responsible nicotine use are fat loss, appetite suppression, and improved cognitive function
    Would it make a difference if the person was a former smoker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post

    Yes, interestingly, we were taught that nicotine is addicting, yet all the recent data suggests otherwise. It would appear that cigarettes are addicting but pure nicotine is not, physiologically. Psychological addiction is a different story...I'm psychologically addicted to my morning dose of Alphamine, but hey, I guess it provides only positives for my health. Similarly, the "side effects" of responsible nicotine use are fat loss, appetite suppression, and improved cognitive function
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    Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post

    You can add it into a topical .

    Never had a problem with nicotine addiction I smoked for a long time and I can have one or 10 and it's easy for me to stop. I feel that the additives in cigarettes and habit make it more addicting. Nicotine itself I haven't found to be habit forming for me
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    Yes, interestingly, we were taught that nicotine is addicting, yet all the recent data suggests otherwise. It would appear that cigarettes are addicting but pure nicotine is not, physiologically. Psychological addiction is a different story...I'm psychologically addicted to my morning dose of Alphamine, but hey, I guess it provides only positives for my health. Similarly, the "side effects" of responsible nicotine use are fat loss, appetite suppression, and improved cognitive function
    Not going to argue at all especially with the science part. Whether its the tobacco nicotine or both I'm horrible with it. Copenhagen is my vice. Quit twice once for 7 months and again recently for a month. After 17 years, Both times using lozenges and every time my lozenge dose increases and drives me right back to the shyt.

    I just didn't want to see some kid get addicted is all when there are other methods to suppressing appetite. It's something I wish I could start and stop whenever.

    Sorry for the derail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Would it make a difference if the person was a former smoker?
    Yes, it would be addictive in this instance (similar to seeing people drinking alcohol as a former alcoholic)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    Surprised no one has mentioned water. Every time hunger hits drink until you're full. Has always worked for me, although not when using water enhancers (Mio, crystal light) the sweetness just brings on cravings for me.
    Great point. I always get a hearty chuckle when someone is trying to lose weight and yet everything they drink is sweetened, even products designed to help them drop poundage. Wake up folks, if it is sweet, regardless of whether it is sugar laden or sugar free, it drives up cravings and appetite.
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    Not sure if anyone mentioned it already but Saffron extract works pretty well. I used it last prep and will be using it for this prep as well.
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    Yeah - water definitely - alot of the time you crave the water in food
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    Quote Originally Posted by bla55 View Post
    I've given up all stims due to an anxiety disorder, but I am in dire need of a supp to stop my appetite, anything?
    If you are taking any medication for the anxiety, ie SSRI or SSNRI, then avoid 5-htp as the interaction can lead to serotonin syndrome
  

  
 

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