what is the difference between Redotex NF and redotex
Redotex NF is another medication authorized as part of the treatment of obesity. The difference with respect to Redotex is that the NF presentation (which means new formulation) does not have triiodothyronine and diazepam in its composition. Triodothyronine (T3) is a thyroid hormone that is indicated in patients with hypothyroidism. also Diazepam is a benzodiazepine that is used as a sedative or as an anxiolytic in patients with anxiety disorder.
Both shown to be effective in the treatment of obesity in association with a reduced-energy diet and also the practice of exercise. The administration of Redotex for six months produces a weight loss of 13.55 kg and also the waist circumference decreases on average 12.8 cm, while Redotex NF reports a reduction of 10.31 kg and 8.2 cm, respectively.
How Redotex works to lose weight
Some people have damaged the center of satiety in the brain so the drug Redotex is responsible for fixing it. Its first component is D-norpseudoephedrine which increases the action of Carnitine and also decreases appetite. The second component is triiodothyronine. A hormone that decreases in patients who get fat because they have Hypothyroidism. Before starting to take it, it is advisable to use this Hypothyroidism Calculator to know who needs it. Take thyroid hormones without suffering Hypothyroidism is not useful or dangerous, simply replace the origin of these hormones.
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