Want to get fast weight loss results and lose up to 30 pounds a month? This is the promise of PhenterMAXINE, according to its Amazon product page. This over-the-counter (OTC) dietary supplement for weight loss has been designed as a non-prescription alternative to popular prescription diet drugs like Phentermine. Supposedly delivering appetite suppression and body fat reduction, this fast-acting pharmaceutical grade quality diet pill is “ultra strong” and contains all-natural ingredients
How does PhenterMAXINE provide natural energy, fat burning and maximum appetite suppression? The only way to know is to take a look at its ingredients. Each capsule contains the following proprietary formula: Riboflavin, Vitamin C, Neacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Phenylethylamine Hydrochloride, Caffeine, Green Tea Extract, Bitter Orange Fruit, Flaxseed Oil Power, , Guarana Extract, Cape Aloe leaf Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Yohimbe Bark Extract, Theobromine.
While containing a few vitamins as well as caffeine and green tea, both of which have been found to improve mental alertness and boost energy that could enhance fat burning during physical activity, none of these ingredients or the rest in the formula have ever been proven to effectively cause weight loss. Hence, there’s no guarantee that you’ll lose any pounds taking PhenterMAXINE, never mind 30 pounds in a month.
That being said, one of the most disturbing aspects of this diet pill is it contains multiple stimulants including three caffeinated ingredients (caffeine, guarana and green coffee bean). Due to the fact that there are no quantities listed for each individual ingredient, there’s no telling just how much caffeine is in a single serving of this product.
Be that as it may, users should be prepared for potential side effects related to stimulants including insomnia (especially if a dose is taken late in the day or the evening), headache, upset stomach, jitters, restlessness, heart palpitations, increased heart rate, anxiety, etc. Additionally, PheterMAXINE contains bitter orange fruit, which contains the stimulant synephrine. Like caffeine, this stimulant affects the central nervous system and actually enhances the effects of caffeine (both the good and the bad). The FDA has warned that combining caffeine and synephrine can result in severe cardiovascular effects, even in healthy individuals. Some of these effects may include high blood pressure, fainting, stroke and heart attack.
Users are instructed to take 1 or 2 capsules a half an hour before breakfast or as directed by their healthcare provider. At the time that this review was written, a one month supply cost $26.99.
Although an OTC dietary supplement available without a doctor’s prescription, it would still be in your best interest to speak with your medical physician before taking PhenterMAXINE to ensure that it is the safe and right choice for you.