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Is Phen375 Really The Best Fat Burner You Can Get?

Updated on April 15, 2011
Is Phen375 really the best fat burner on the market?
Is Phen375 really the best fat burner on the market?

As a result of the constantly growing percentage of obese and overweight people more and more fat burners and other diet pills flood the market. It's no secret to anyone that most of these products are a waste of money because they don't work.

Whether the ingredients in the pills are just ineffective, concentrations are too low, or maybe inferior substances have been used, it's crucial for customers to be able to weed out the clutter.

Once in a while a product that actually does help people with achieving their dieting goals does appear. Commonly these are prescription drugs instead of weight loss supplements but even in the over the counter segment some pills can be used to the advantage of overweight individuals.

Which Ingredients Does Phen375 Have?

The ingredients are listed in very difficult sounding, very technical terms. Let's examine these components.

1,3-Dimethylpentylamine HCL is Hydrochloride. It boosts metabolism and energy. This way it stimulates calorie burning. This substance is popular among bodybuilders and athletes for its effectiveness while having no, or very little, side effects when compared to substances such as ephedra which it's a replacement for. Often denounced as the most potent, non-prescription, weight loss ingredient.

Phen375 Methods of Action

It is said that the dietary benefits of Phen375 are:

  • weight loss of 3lbs-5lbs / week (on average)
  • enhanced body’s fat burning abilities
  • supercharged metabolism
  • lessened appetite and food cravings

How Is This Fat Burner Supposed To Work?

The Phen375 fat burners uses a combination of cyclic AMP enzyme boosters with very technical names. These substances have secondary actions such as suppressing appetite but their primary goal is to stimulate fat oxidation (burning) processes in the human body.

The combination of these components stimulates the transport of long-chain fatty acids. Aids in the release of stored body fat into the bloodstream for energy. Thus it lowers the body's fat storing abilities.  

Is The Phen375 Fat Burner Safe?

Phen375 is produced in FDA pharmaceutical registered labs. This means the product is manufactured according to the highest standards, guaranteeing the customer a high quality, and safe, product.  The newly formulated Phen375 (phentemine375) is the replacement of the banned Phentermine. This fat burner was deemed unsafe and addictive.

How Much Does Phen375 Cost?

There are 30 tabs in one bottle. It is recommended to take 2 tabs per day with meal. One in the morning, one in the evening. So you will need two bottles a month. A bottle goes for $ 69,95 which means you will be spending almost $140 bucks monthly. Being one of the more expensive fat burners on the market this product better be effective. For more in-depth, comprehensive information on its efficacy read this Phen375 review.

So Is Phen375 The Best Fat Burner You Can Get?

The way this supplement works, the many positive reviews, and media attention seem to think this actually is the best fat burner you can buy. As always drawing such conclusions isn't easy. More research and experiences are needed to be able to state that this actually is the best you can get. We can say it is one of the most potent fat burners on the market. That's for sure. Click here to read consumer information in case you want to buy Phen375 fat burner pills.


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