The name of this RDK Global Pharmaceutical product sounds like a fusion of the names of the two prescription diet pills “Adipex” and “Phentermine”. Adiphene has primarily been designed to reduce fat, which the manufacturer claims is made possible through its 12 different ingredients that “help you tackle fat in five different ways.”
According to the official product page, at the time this review was written, the Adiphene formula consists of: Vitamin B6, L-Carnitine HCL, Ginger Root, Chiotsan, Glucomanan, Cinnamon Extract, Cayenne Capsicum, Bitter Orange, Chromium Picolinate, Guarana Extract, Ginseng Panax Root Extract, and Cacao Extract.
More specifically, the benefits that these ingredients provide include:
Fat burning – vitamin B6, L-carnitine HCL, and ginger root extract help to boost your metabolism and quickly burn off excess fat.
Fat binding – chitosan binds to fat in the stomach, stopping your body from absorbing this fat during digestion. Instead, fat is expelled from the body as waste.
Appetite suppression – glucomannan reduces the feelings of hunger, which helps a person eat less, which means that they ingest fewer calories.
Thermogenic boosting – cinnamon extract and cayenne capsicum will help to burn off even more calories by using fat as energy to heat up the body.
Energy boosting – bitter orange, chromium picolinate, guarana extract, ginseng panax root extract, and cacao extract are all natural stimulants that can help to increase energy and allow maximum fat burning.
Unlike many other product pages for diet pills, Adiphene’s official site contains details about the ingredients within its formula, providing more than a basic ingredients list. Unfortunately, on the other hand, it does not provide any studies to support its claims.
Additionally, there are a few concerns about this product. The primary one is the risk of potential side effects due to the number of stimulants in the Adiphene formula. Not only does more than one stimulant increase the risk of unpleasant side effects like sleeplessness, heart palpitations, jitters, mood fluctuations, digestive upset, headache, anxiety, etc. but the combination of bitter orange and ingredients that contain caffeine, like guarana extract, can be dangerous.
Bitter orange contains the stimulant synephrine, and the FDA has warned that when it is combined with caffeine it can increase the risk of severe cardiovascular effects, such as heart attack and stroke. Therefore, it is very important for anyone interested in taking this weight loss supplement to first consult with their medical practitioner.
When this review was written, a 30-day supply of Adiphene cost $69.95.