PhenUltra

PhenUltra review
Review of: PhenUltra
Price:
$27.99

Reviewed by:
Rating:
3
On April 1, 2015
Last modified:May 15, 2015

Summary:

  • PhenUltra is an OTC weight loss diet pill

  • Alternative to Phentermine and other similar prescription diet drugs

  • Designed to be a “thermogenic intensifier” and provides appetite suppression

  • Claims to provide extreme energy, fast fat loss, and also improve mood
  • At the time this review was written, very little was known about PhenUltra, as no official website was available. That being said, the product was being sold at more than one site and a single bottle of 60 capsules (a 30-day supply) could be purchased online for $27.99 or less.

    The suggested dosage is to take 1 capsule before breakfast with water and 1 capsule after lunch with water. It is not recommended for users to take more than 2 capsules per day. That said, anyone who has an existing health condition or who is currently taking any medication should first speak with their doctor prior to trying PhenUltra. In fact, even if you have no medical concerns, it is still wise for you to consult your physician prior to taking this weight loss supplement, just to be on the safe side.

    According to the supplement facts located on the back of the bottle, PhenUltra capsules are comprised of a propriety formula that contains Caffeine, Glucuronolactone, Phenethylamine HCl, Synephrine Carpylate, Nettle Leaf Extract, Yohimbine HCl, Picamilon, and Inositol Niacinate.

    As you may or may not have noticed by observing the above ingredients, PhenUltra contains multiple stimulants as well as substances that contain stimulants. Although these substances are likely to help boost energy, which can temporarily increase metabolism and burn fat, they can also cause adverse effects, particularly in those who have sensitivities to stimulants. Some of these unpleasant side effects include, but are not necessarily limited to: rapid heartbeat, jitters, sleeplessness, mood changes, anxiety, and so on.

    Furthermore, these diet pills contain synephrine, a stimulant found within bitter orange, which studies have found can be quite dangerous, especially when combined with caffeine, as it can increase the risk of increased blood pressure, fainting, stroke, and heart attack in some people.

    In addition, the ingredients found within PhenUltra are not unique to this diet pill. Several similar appetite suppressing and energy boosting non-prescription weight loss pills contain these ingredients. Although some studies have been conducted on each of these substances to determine their benefits for assisting in weight loss, there is not enough medical evidence to prove that any of these ingredients are effective to help a person lose weight. In essence, there is no guarantee that taking PhenUltra will result in weight loss.