PhenObestin 37.5 mg Reviews

PhenObestin 37.5 mg review

PhenObestin 37.5 mg is an over the counter diet supplement that is marketed as an alternative to phentermine, Adipex, and other similar prescription weight loss drugs. It is manufactured by a company known as PharmaCo Labs, which produces a handful of different types of similar pills, all with the same type of marketing style.

According to the official website for this product, these pills are appropriate for men and women dieters who are looking for a way to drop the pounds with greater speed and ease. The directions for the use of these pills are listed on the official website, and they say that a user is supposed to swallow these pills every day in conjunction with a lower calorie diet and a regular exercise program if they want the best results.

The entire website is peppered with mentions of prescription drugs like Adipex and Phentermine, in a clear attempt to create a link in the mind of the site visitor between those drugs and these products. However, the truth is that those pills are not actually related in any way. Despite the fact that the company claims that the benefits of the nonprescription supplements are similar to those of the drugs, the actual pills don’t have anything to do with each other.

In order to get a better idea of whether or not a dieter could actually expect similar weight loss benefits from the use of PhenObestin 37.5 mg as would be possible if a dieter was using a prescription drug, it is very important to speak to a doctor and to take a close look at the ingredients in the product. At the time that this review was written, the ingredients included: Phenylethylamine HCL, Theobromine Anhydrous, Yohimbine HCL 99%, Methylsynephrine HCL, N-Methyl-B-Phenylethylamine HCL, Synephrine HCL, and Caffeine Anhydrous.

What is very clear about that combination of ingredients is that this product is based on a number of very strong stimulants. Although there are some ingredients in this product that have undergone clinical study for weight loss, such as theobromine, caffeine, and phenylethylamine, the fact that they are all combined along with other stimulants such as yohimbine and synephrine should be troubling to some dieters.

This is particularly true in the case of synephrine as studies have shown that it can lead to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke, and that the risk greatly spikes when it is combined with caffeine – which is also present in this product in large amounts. The FDA has cautioned against that ingredient combination and, therefore, it would be very difficult to find a reason to recommend this product.

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