Phentramin-D is a weight loss pill that is a prescription diet pill with pharmaceutical grade ingredients manufactured by Lazarus Labs. Don’t be fooled by the many different knock offs you may find all around the web, as the main brand for Phentramin-D is found at http://www.phentramin-d.com. This pill promises a unrealistic amount of weight loss in just one month’s time, as there is no nutritional program to go along with this diet pill. It promises fat burning 24 hours a day, which we all know, is tough to achieve.
There is a support number to call 1-855-955-5535, in which they answered very quickly to my surprise. Their contact email is [email protected]. The company claims that when you take their diet pill your diet will be dramatically decreased, your energy levels will soar, and fat will always burn.* This sounds too good to be true, as many diet pills promise the same thing when taking the actual pill but what happens when you stop taking it?
Don’t confuse Phentramin-D with the other diet pill Phentermine because they are supposedly different diet pills meant to mirror each other, except Phentramin-D claims to not have dangerous side effects.* They are both meant to release certain chemicals in the brain to signal to the body that it’s not hungry, but Phentramin-D has more energy supplements found per serving causing a spike in energy levels.
Do Dieters Lose Weight With Phentramin-D?
There are no independent customer testimonials saying that their dieters are losing the weight and keeping it off when they take and stop taking the diet pill. This is merely a quick fix solution for someone looking to mess around with the chemicals in their brain to fool themselves out of hunger for a while. It is said that people with high blood pressure should not take this supplement, as it will most definitely have an effect on your heart almost immediately due to the stimulants in the product.
As expected the ingredient profile for this diet pill is rather inaccurate with no real dosages given to the customer. They are: Yohimbine, Phenylethylamine, Trimethylxanthine, Hordenine, and Synephrine (a stimulant that raises your heart rate levels). Side effects have been said to be jitters, raised heart rate, and raised blood pressure.*
Is Phentramin-D Easy To Follow?
As instructed this product is meant to be taken 20 minutes before breakfast and lunch orally. You only will need one capsule or tablet per serving, and it is not meant to be taken at night due to the stimulants present in the diet pill. This is not hard to follow, and to cover their trail they obviously recommend that you take the diet pill with a proper form of diet and exercise. They do not tell the customer how to obtain their weight loss goals with either diet or exercise. For a bottle of about 60 capsules you are going to be spending nearly $70.00, which is not easy to fork out for a diet pill that has side effects and seedy ingredients. There are no scientific studies that this product really will help you lose weight anywhere on the website.
This is just a typical, average, run of the mill diet pill that promises the world and you get a few results if you are lucky for a short period of time. This supplement is not safe for everyone so do your research if you are taking certain medications for high blood pressure or have experienced any heart issues in the past. There are many side effects noted with the Phentramin-D diet pill such as headaches, constipation, fatigue, and nausea. There are no social media networks associated with this company and they only offer a 30-day money back guarantee which does not really set you up to try the product out to see if it works for you. It states right on their website, “Remember that the Phentramin-D daily use is meant for losing weight, but not for maintaining it.”* This is enough for us to call this diet pill ineffective and a total waste of money.
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
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*Individual results will vary.