Phentramin™ Diet Pills

Phentramin™ is another in a long line of stimulant-heavy supplements that all promise significant weight loss results. Such products almost always come with the added “benefits” of appetite suppression and energy enhancement. But is all this worth the risk of supplementing with so many stimulants?
In the case of Phentramin™, the answer is probably, No. There’s simply too much Caffeine here for it to be a very good weight loss supplement. It’s difficult to imagine such a product acting as a sustainable weight loss resource for the average consumer. We question the use of caffeine as well, when there are better and more modern ingredients available that do not have the side-effects.
Ingredients at a Glance
Phentramin™ contains Chromium, Caffeine, Hoodia Gordonii, Magnolia Bark, Glucomannan, Green Tea, Theobromine, Guarana, Yohimbe, L-Theanine, Banaba, and Guggulsterone.
Ingredients in Focus
Let’s discuss stimulants first. Phentramin™ doesn’t hold back here and includes Caffeine itself, along with Green Tea, Guarana, and Yohimbe. These all act as stimulants, Green Tea and Guarana actually deliver more Caffeine to the body. Negative side effects can include nausea, insomnia, nervousness, elevated heart rate and increased blood pressure.
Beyond these, Phentramin™ relies on the ubiquitous and extremely popular, Hoodia Gordonii. This extract is said to suppress the appetite better than anything else on the market.  We like Hoodia as an ingredient, but be sure the one you choose comes with a certificate of authenticity as there are many fakes in the marketplace.
The remaining ingredients are conventional enough, and may even be effective. But consumers can get them elsewhere, in formulas not saturated with Caffeine.Pregnant or nursing women should not take this supplement. Those taking medication already should consult a physician.
•    None.
•    Lacks web presence.
•    Unfortunate and hazardous ingredients formula.
•    Conventional and unconvincing.
Final Thoughts
Phentramin™ is trying too hard to be something it shouldn’t be anyway – a Caffeine pill with weight loss promises tagged onto it. This is a great tactic for making a buck or two, but it’s terrible for consumer health, and we recommend avoiding such products. Shop around instead for a non-caffeine and more modern fat burner and appetite suppressant. Combine it with diet and exercise. Stick to your morning cup of coffee for the day’s Caffeine jolt.

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