Can tothema make you gain weight?
I have been receiving series of messages from readers of nimedhealth.com.ng asking me if the now popular blood tonic syrup used to treat iron deficiency anaemia – tot’hema can cause weight gain…
How true is this? Can tot’hema be used to gain weight?
Many persons actually believe that tot’hema have the ability to make one fat…. It is now common to see persons use tot’hema with the aim of gaining weight or becoming fat… That is, it is more or less a multivitamin syrup now used for weight gain.
How can tot’hema cause weight gain?
It is simple. Tot’hema is now more or less an appetizer… It stimulates your appetite to eat more… making you have more calories input than output. This right here is a recipe for becoming fat..
Well, medically, here are some things you should know about tot’hema as outlined by tabletwise:
Tot’Hema Oral Solution contains Copper, Iron and Manganese as active ingredients.
How does tot’hema work?
Tot’Hema Oral Solution works by contributing to the formation of blood cells and transferrin; helping red blood cells to deliver oxygen to all over the body; facilitating the synthesis of proteins and DNA in the cartilage;
mimedhealth.com.ng sourced the uses of tot’hema from tabletwise:
Tot’Hema Oral Solution is used for the treatment, control, prevention, & improvement of the following diseases, conditions and symptoms:
Iron deficiency due to poor absorption and chronic blood loss
Use as a supplement to intravenous solutions given for total parenteral nutrition
Rapid reversion to normal heart rate
Tot’Hema Oral Solution may also be used for purposes not listed here like weight gain and as an appetizer.
It is very much possible that tot’hema can cause weight gain and make you become fat since it acts like an appetizer. Once you eat more, prepare to gain some weight or become fat.
In summary, it is possible that tot’hema helps with weight gain since just like apetamine, it is also more or less anywhere appetizer…
PS: The article does not in any way endorse tot’hema as a weight gain supplement or syrup. Be guided please. If you are in doubt, please discuss with your doctor or pharmacist.
Let us discuss please in the comment section.
This article originally belongs to and is an intellectual property of www.nimedhealth.com.ng. All rights reserved.