Diet and exercise increase weight-loss pill effect

11/17/2005 | MSNBC

Combining healthier diets and exercise with diet pills produces much better results, according to a new study backed by the National Institutes of Health. Overweight people who took weight-loss pills only lost 11 pounds on average, but dropped 27 pounds once they incorporated better diets and exercise into their routine.

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