Z70 And Weightloss

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Dee Says:


does it help with weight loss even if u are not a diabetic>



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Dee! How are you?

This tablet contains 500mgs of Metformin and yes, it has helped with weight loss in some people, since it improves insulin resistance.

Learn more Metformin details here.

However, you shouldn't take it, unless your doctor has prescribed it and instructed you to do so.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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