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Phytodren is a pill that promises weight loss at serious fast rates. The company was brought to the market in 2012, and does not have the best track record with its customers after the first purchase, mainly due to the effectiveness of the pill. This product will cost you a pretty penny, with a 35-day supply costing $129.00 and a 90-day money back guarantee.* The main website that sells Phytodren is filled with claims like, “Boosts Metabolism and Increases Energy Levels,” and “Maximizes Intensity.”While the aesthetics of the bottle and the pills are pleasing to the eye, Phytodren’s formula as a whole has not been scientifically proven to aid in weight loss. Some of the ingredients listed are known to have properties of weight loss, but not the entire blend as a whole.
Phytodren’s Ingredient List:
- Irvingia Gabonensis: Appetite Suppressant
- Caffeine Anhydrous: Triggers fat oxidation and promotes thermogenesis
- Green Coffee Bean: Aids in dietary phenols (irrelevant).
- Raspberry Ketone (Razberi-K): Supposed to regulate metabolism
You can only purchase Phytodren on their one page website, and there are no outside sources that sell the pill. This tells me that the company is trying to funnel and control all customer testimonials to positive. When someone opens up the product to be sold on other sites such as Amazon, they no longer control what customers are saying about the pill, leaving it exposed. Advantage Nutraceuticals, however, got around the system and is selling this product on Amazon, and there is an astronomical amount of negative 1 star reviews.* When calling into their support line, they assured me that there were no auto ship programs to continually bill my card (which was a relief) and that there was a solid money back guarantee.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On Phytodren?
When looking at the testimonials on the website, you would think that Phytodren is the miracle and an end to any weight loss problems. When looking deeper, there were multitudes of customers who were extremely unhappy with the diet pill saying that it did little to nothing for them, and that it was a complete waste of money.* There was talk about the pill leaving people severely dehydrated, jittery, and sick. With the large amounts of caffeine in the product, there is no wonder it leaves you feeling extremely shaky. More often than not, people were saying that at the end of the day the product simply did nothing for them.
There is scientific backing on Irvingia Gabonensis being an appetite suppressant, but it does not work for everyone. With the lack of clinical trials on the formula as a whole, this product is not clinically proven to help someone lose weight.
Is Phytodren Easy To Follow?
Taking a diet pill is easy. There is nothing hard about being told that if you take this pill twice a day before breakfast and lunch you will lose weight. But does it actually work? About half of the customers explain that the diet pill literally did nothing for them in the long run, and that no weight was lost. Because it is so easy to follow, no lifestyle changes are being made nor any diet changes to aid in actual healthy weight loss. There are many side effects to this style of dieting as well, such as fatigue, headache, nausea, and feeling jittery.* Overall, there are red flags when a program is that easy to follow, meaning it will not likely produce positive results.
After taking an in depth review on the product I can say that this is one not to spend your money on. The formula is not clinically proven to help you lose weight, the customer reviews from outside sources are all negative, they have no support system to help you through the program, and there is no real weight loss program to follow. These are simply diet pills promising you the world, and giving you no results back when it is all said and done. To their credit they offer an OK money back guarantee (90 days), which takes the pressure off of the customer. In the long run, this product will not aid in long-term weight loss, and I do not recommend it as a good spend of money when looking to lose weight and keep it off.
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
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