Fastin Reviews

Fastin Diet Pills

Fastin is an over-the-counter weight loss pill that was once available only by prescription by the manufacturing company King Pharmaceuticals for Smith Kline Beecham. However, in 1998, that manufacturer withdrew this product from the marketplace. Its rights were later purchased by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, who reintroduced it for sale, but at a non prescription strength as Phenylethylamine. Today it is marketed as a weight loss product that also claims to be a mood booster and a metabolism stimulator.

The ingredients within Fastin are available on the manufacturer’s website and are listed as: Phenylethylamine HCL, R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine. methylphenylethylamine tartrate , methylsynephrine HCL , N-Methyl-phenylethylamine HCL, Synephrine HCL, Theobromine Anhydrous, Yohimbine HCL and caffeine.

Looking at the ingredients, Phenylethylamine HCL is only the first of several stimulants found within this formula. Synephrine, and caffeine are two others, for example. Though there is some evidence that stimulants can help with weight loss, especially in terms of maintaining energy levels so that it is easier to exercise properly, it should also be noted that taking high doses of stimulants (such as in the case of Fastin) can also bring about a long list of unpleasant side effects.

Stimulants can be dangerous to people who have heart conditions such as high blood pressure or hypertension, but are also problematic to people with thyroid disorders and who take many kinds of prescription medications. Pregnant and nursing women are also advised against taking stimulants. The ingredients in this pill are commonly known to cause jitters, sleeplessness, anxiety, nervousness, nausea, headaches, and other undesirable symptoms. It is highly advisable that a doctor be consulted before taking Fastin or any other drug that contains high doses of stimulants.

When looking at these ingredients, it appears that this drug is nothing more than a list primarily made up of stimulants. When considering that the price of a month’s worth of the pills is $70, this is a high price to pay for what is essentially an unbelievably strong cup of coffee. There is a free trial available on the manufacturer’s website. Unfortunately, ordering the product also includes automatic enrollment in an auto-ship program. Therefore, unless the product is promptly cancelled within fourteen days of the original order, another 60-day supply of Fastin will be billed to your credit card and shipped to you bi-monthly!

Considering the type of ingredients, the risks it includes, the high price and the auto-ship program, this Fastin review cannot in good conscience advise anyone to purchase this product. Instead, the recommendation is to speak with a doctor for advice on the ideal weight loss option for an individual’s unique health and expectations.

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