Phentramin D review
Phentramin D – Are its weight loss claims realistic?
What is Phentramin D?
Phentramin D is a scientifically designed, natural weight loss supplement. The manufacturers Lazarus Labs claim it is a natural alternative to the prescription drug Phentermine but without the associated side effects and risks to health.
Promising weight loss of up to 25lbs in one month, one capsule or tablet should be taken twice daily, before breakfast and lunch.
So what’s in the Phentramin D formulation?
Phentramin D could very well be an effective alternative to phentermine but due to the sparse information on the official site its effectiveness can only be based on looking at how its two ingredients work, and the available consumer reviews.
The two ingredients in Phentramin D are trimethylxanthine (or caffeine as its more commonly known) and dimenthylphentylamine.
Dimenthylphentylamine is an extract from the geranium plant which elevates metabolism, energy levels and acts as a natural stimulant.
It also stabilises blood sugar levels to help curb cravings, and its ability to mobilise fat stores means it is more successful than diet and exercise alone on shifting those hard to lose pounds.
The weight loss properties of dimenthylphentylamine are enhanced by the caffeine which also ensures the effects last longer, avoiding the debilitating energy crash often associated with geranium extract.
Is it effective?
The official website claims that Phentramin D is ‘the greatest breakthrough in weight loss ever,’ but offers very little in the way of any actual evidence to support this.
The formula claims to curb the appetite so fewer calories are consumed, whilst increasing metabolism, fat mobilisation and energy levels to allow the dieter to burn greater amounts of fat.
This dual action weight loss formula of appetite suppressant and fat burner does look impressive, but in the absence of any clinical proof or detailed explanation of the formula, we can only hope that it can live up to its claims.
Are there any Phentramin D side effects?
As it contains natural stimulants it should not be taken by anyone suffering from caffeine or stimulant sensitivity, and the manufacturers say Phentramin D should be stopped at any signs of nausea or nervousness.
Consumers have reported insomnia, dry mouth and irritability, but it is unclear how long these side effects last and whether they will wear off once the body has become tolerant to the formula.
So is Phentramin D worth buying?
Overall Rating : 3/5
There are plenty of positive reviews which suggest Phentramin D is worth buying. However, in the absence of any clinical proof OR evidence that the ingredients are in quantities large enough to be effective, potential customers should remain cautious.
The manufacturers sell this product on its scientific, pharmaceutical nature but offer very little scientific or pharmaceutical evidence to support it, which is in stark contrast to the diet-drug it emulates – Phentermine.
Marketing itself as a safe, side effect free alternative to Phentermine, we also remain sceptical as to whether it is as side effect free as it claims. Lazarus Labs stipulates it is unsuitable for those with high blood pressure, diabetes, over active thyroid and heart problems, indicating that it must have some sort of effect on health.
Unfortunately in our opinion, there are far better options available which promise the same effects – Phenobestin 37.5mg is undoubtedly one of the most popular non-prescription phentermine alternatives, it is produced in a strict cGMP compliant facility and has a sizeable following in the US.
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