Is Cypri Gold Syrup good for weight gain?
Cypri Gold is a very popular appetizer especially among children… It stimulates your appetite to eat want to eat more food… But does it cause weight gain?
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Well, it is a common knowledge that Cypri Gold is made of a special substance called Cyproheptadine. Cyproheptadine has been reported to cause increased appetite and weight gain, which has led to its use (off-label in the USA and in Nigeria) for this purpose in children who are wasting as well as people with cystic fibrosis. Cyproheptadine is used in cats as an appetite stimulant and to make them become fat.
Please be informed that Cypri Gold containing cyproheptadine hydrochloride may help underweight people gain weight, it may put the average person at risk of obesity, which is a significant problem worldwide.
According to a research conducted and published by Rudolf E. Noble, MD, PhD on JAMA:
“(Cypri Gold) Cyproheptadine (Periactin) hydrochloride, a histamine and serotonin antagonist, was compared with placebo for effectiveness in producing appetite stimulation and weight gain in healthy, underweight, adults. Increase in appetite and weight was significantly greater statistically in those who received cyproheptadine. Drowsiness was a common transient side effect of cyproheptadine. There were no significant alterations in laboratory values following cyproheptadine administration.”
Some of the common side effects of Cypri Gold are drowsiness, tired feeling, sleep problems (insomnia), dizziness, spinning sensation, blurred vision, loss of coordination, upset stomach, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, appetite changes, weight gain, restlessness or excitability (especially in children), numbness or tingly feeling, increased sweating or urination, thickening of mucus in the nose or throat and dry mouth.
Summary: Cypri Gold is not only an appetizer but also a weight gain syrup or tablets or caplets. It does this by helping you to eat more and gain more calories.
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This post was last modified on December 25, 2020 5:16 pm
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