PhenFire 375

PhenFire 375 is a powerful thermogenic weight loss management supplement that can be purchased without a prescription. According to its official product page, it is “fast becoming the Number 1 Replacement for ‘Phen’ products.”

A Formula with Stimulant, Thermogenic and Diuretic Ingredients

PhenFire 375 has been “specially formulated” with three types of ingredients – stimulants, thermogenics, and diuretics – to reduce body fat. More specifically, each pill contains:

  • 1,3,7, Trimethylxanthine
  • N-Methyltyramine
  • Taraxicum
  • Bioperine
  • Capsicum
  • Vitamin B Complex (vitamins B1, B5, B6, B12)

Each of these ingredients was selected because they are believed to provide certain benefits to individuals seeking weight loss.

For instance, 1,3,7 trimethylxanthine, which is just a fancy way of saying caffeine anhydrous – or simply caffeine – is a stimulant that research has found can boost energy and improve mental alertness. Some research has even found it to have reduced hunger in some people.

N-Methyltyramine is believed to encourage the release of norepinephrine, which helps to support energy levels and enhances metabolic rate. Bioperine and capsicum help to encourage thermogensis, which is a process that uses fat cells to boost body heat. B vitamins are said to assists with fat burning. Taxicum is a diuretic, which helps to expel excess water from the body.

Aside from caffeine being proven to improve alertness and energy, there is no solid clinical evidence that any of these ingredients will assist in weight loss. Unfortunately, this means that there is no guarantee that PhenFire 375 is an effective product for weight loss.

Negative Effects of Which You should Be Aware

Due to the fact that PhenFire 375 contains caffeine, as well as thermogenics and a diurectic, there is the potential for some negative side effects. For starters, caffeine increases the risk of:

  • Insomnia
  • Jitters
  • Anxiety
  • Heart palpitations
  • Mood swings
  • Headache

These adverse effects are a particularly a risk for individuals who are sensitive to this stimulant or who ingest other caffeinated products (ex. cola, coffee, tea, energy drinks), while taking PhenFire 375.

Another major issue is this pill’s diuretic factor. When taking diuretics, the major risk is dehydration and heat stroke, which can occur from not ingesting enough water to compensate for the amount you are losing. Furthermore, the risk of dehydration is higher with this product because not only does it contain an actual diuretic, which will naturally encourage the body to rid itself of excess water via urination, but caffeine can also be a diuretic, when too much is ingested. This, coupled with its thermogenic properties, means that likely the biggest risks when taking PhenFire 375 is dehydration and overheating. Take care to stay well hydrated if you take this product.

Other Things to Consider

Furthermore, it is important to point out that when taking diuretics you are likely to lose a build up of excess water which can lead to a quicker slimmer appearance and a few pounds reduction on the scale. Do keep in mind that losing water is not the same as losing fat. Water weight fluctuates and you will continue to lose and gain it.

PhenFire 375 is meant to be used in conjunction with diet and exercise. Talk to your doctor before taking this weight loss supplement.

When this review was written, one bottle of PhenFire 375 cost £44.99 ($68.00) and came with a money-back guarantee.

PhenFire 375 Update June 2020

PhenFire 375 is off the market. At least, it was not available for sale online in the US as of June 2020. Clearly this product that was once “fast becoming the Number 1 Replacement for ‘Phen’ products” didn’t have what it took to stick around for the long term.

To be honest, this doesn’t come as much of a surprise considering there is absolutely nothing within this formula that stands out as being unique or revolutionary. At the end of the day, it was just another diet pill in a long list of other unproven OTC weight management aids that tried to prove itself as a nonprescription Phentermine alternative and failed.

Ultimately, if you are interested in choosing a diet pill that is a nonprescription Phentermine alternative, what you need to understand is that this product does not exist. The best course of action is to look for a product that contains a limited number of scientifically researched ingredients, does not make false claims, and is manufactured by a reputable company that stands by its products and will offer you a full money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.

Xentrafen

Xentrafen is an over the counter (OTC) diet pill. It comes from Nexgen Biolabs. According to the manufacturer, Xentrafen provides those who are seeking to lose weight several benefits. These include:

  • Targeting fat and lipid metabolism on stubborn areas of the body
  • Energy boosting
  • Fat burning
  • Appetite suppression
  • Mental focus
  • Enhancing metabolic function

Xentrafen supposedly helps you control your cravings and targets and blasts away body fat in stubborn areas of the body where it is hard to lose weight. This includes areas like your buttocks, love handles, stomach, thighs, and legs. It is also supposed to help you lose cellulite.

Beware Bogus Claims

While there may be some substance to a few of the claims made about the Xentrafen formula, such as its potential to boost energy, increase mental focus, enhance metabolic function and help to control appetite, it won’t target any specific area of fat on your body. Furthermore, it will not help you lose cellulite.

The reason is that when the body burns off fat, fat is lost all over. There is no specific area that you can target. Typically, the place where you will lose fat first is the area of your body that holds the greatest amount of fat. For the majority of people (but not all) this is their stomach.

As for the cellulite claim, that is no known diet pill (prescription or non-prescription) that can help to eliminate or reduce the look of cellulite. For most people, once you have it, it’s there forever. Certain dermatological treatments (e.g. laser, cryolipolysis, etc.) may help improve the look of it, but even those are not permanent, according to research.

Additionally, do not let this manufacturer trick you into thinking for a moment that taking only Xentrafen will lead to fat loss. Weight loss occurs when you burn more calories than you consume, which means that this product needs to be taken in conjunction with a healthy calorie-conscience diet and regular exercise to deliver any true benefit at all.

The Xentrafen Proprietary Formula

As for its ingredients, every Xentrafen capsule is made up of the following propriety formula:

  • 1,3,7 Trimethylxanthine (caffeine anhydrous)
  • Synephrine HCl
  • N,N-Dimethyltyramine
  • Schizandrol A
  • 5-Hydroxytryptophan
  • Yohimbine HCl.

In spite of providing the ingredients list, no other information was given about this formula on the official product page at the time this Xentrafen review was written. Without any studies to backup the claims made about this diet pill, there is no solid scientific evidence that proves this product is effective or safe for weight loss.

Additionally, it should be noted that this weight loss supplement contains multiple stimulants within its formula. As such, there is a risk of unwanted side effects, including jitters, the shakes and sleep disturbances. Although not everyone who takes this product will experience these adverse effects, the risk of experiencing them (or others not listed) increases in those who are sensitive to these substances or who consume other products (foods, beverages or supplements) containing stimulants (e.g. caffeine).

When this review was written, a single month supply of Xentrafen sold online for $44.99. While this is certainly not the cheapest OTC diet pill on the market, it is not the most expensive either. That said, if you feel that this is a product that is worth your time and money to try, it would still be in your best interest to consult with your healthcare provider before taking it to be on the safe side.

Xentrafen Update March 2020

Xentrafen appears to have been discontinued. The official product page cannot be found and even popular retailers, like Amazon, that once sold it, do not have it in stock. You can still find information about the product and read customer reviews, but in all other ways it appears to have disappeared from existence.

Considering the false claims that the manufacture made about the product being able to target specific areas of fat on the body and the claims about cellulite, it is for the best that Xentrafen is gone to make room for more reputable products. Products with unachievable claims such as these are frequently short-lived. You will find that there are plenty of other respectable non-prescription diet pills available with fewer stimulants that can help you reach your weight loss goals.