Phen-fen

a combination of two appetite suppressant drugs fenfluramine and phentermine respectively. These drugs were primarily sold as an anti obesity drug throughout America under the brand name Pondimin before being banned by FDA. The drug was found to aid heat value problems and fatal blood pressure. In further studies that Read more »

Phenylpropanolamine

Known as norpseudoephedrine or just PPA,  is a FDA banned appetite suppressant drug that enhanced metabolism and reduced appetite. Clinical studies showed that the drug increased the risk of stroke prompting FDA to send an advisory notice to manufacturers to remove PPA as a ingredient from all weight loss drugs. Read more »

Qsymia

also known as Qnexa is a FDA approved weight loss drug formulated from appetite suppressant drug phentermine and migraine drug topiramate. It is prescribed for individuals with BMI over 30 and . FDA recommends Qsymia as an adjunct ( optional ) to a reduced-calorie diet and increased Read more »

Sibutramine

An oral appetite suppressant pill which was sold under the brand name Meridia. The drug was banned in October 2010 after clinical studies revealed cardiovascular health risks among patients Read more »