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  • Phendimetrazine (Bontril) in type II diabetics: Milk may prevent drug from working


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    Monday, February 13, 2006 9:30 am Email this article
    A study in which type 2 diabetics were given phentdimetraine (Bontril), onne patient found that he could overcome the appetite-reducing effect of phendimetrazine by taking the drug with milk. (Runyan, 1962)
    I’ve never heard this before

    I have never heard of this in any other phendimetrazine or any other diet pill study.

    REFERENCES

    Runyan JW Jr. Observations on the use of phendimetrazine, a new anorexigenic agent, in obese diabetics. Curr Ther Res 1962 May;4:270-5.

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