Phenblue is a diet supplement that is a controlled diet drug. The company that manufactures Phenblue says the pill is supposed to control cravings, promote weight loss, give you more energy, and boost your metabolism.* Seriously this is nothing new. To make matters worse, you are advised to avoid all alcohol, coffee, soda, and tea while taking Phenblue. This is not a very good start in my opinion. The company who produces Phenblue is called Intechra Health, and each bottle is going to come with 60 capsules. This product is known to be a stimulant, and not a long-term health fix for any weight that needs to be lost.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On Phenblue?
Companies, who like to hide independent customer reviews, are companies to steer clear of. There has been a lot of shady business going on with the supplement companies in general, so it does not surprise me that the company does not want to be even more exposed with terrible customer reviews. What was found was not much better, as the customers said the product did not do a darn thing for them or their weight loss.What is scary, is the unclear ingredient list on the bottle. Why would any company allow a product to go out into the public hands without a clear understanding of the amounts in the bottle? Some of the ingredients are: 7-Keto-Dehydroepiandrosterone Acetate, 5-Hydroxytryptophan, Epigallocatechin 3-Gallate, Forskolin ,and 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine. Sounds like a science experiment in the body, doesn’t it?
Is Phenblue Easy To Follow?
There are no real instructions behind taking this diet pill, other than to take it. There are many warnings before taking the pill, and if you are pregnant or have heart conditions you are not allowed to consume the product.* This product is an over the counter diet pill that resembles a prescription drug for one. Lastly, what would make this product hard to take on a daily basis is the threat to your hormone levels from the ingredient present named: 7 Keto DHEA. I know I would personally question my intentions daily, if I knew it was screwing my hormones up. For that reason, as “easy” as it is to follow it actually may be difficult to justify in the end.
This product is truly a waste of money. I would not hold my breath for it to work, as there has been too much controversy swirling around it. I would say, save your money and invest it in a better product or healthier, cleaner life style. There are too many reputable companies out there, why go with a company that won’t even give you a full ingredient list for the product you are going to be putting into your body? The whole supplement just screams failure, and even danger. The side effects are serious as well, some of them being insomnia, jitters, and anxiety. Why even bring that upon yourself? There are too many red flags with this product to try and promote it in any way, shape or form.
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