1st Phorm Bliss is a fat burning supplement that is manufactured by 1st Form, with women in mind. It is designed to promote thermogenesis, and its official website claims that it will also be able to help to “tame symptoms” of such issues as mood swings, PMS, water retention, and even those associated with menopause. At the same time, it claims that it will provide the user with “focused energy throughout your day”, without the risk of a crash or jitters.
This product is only one of many that are produced by this company in the area of fat burning, bodybuilding, and other workout supplements. The webpage for this product provides a solid amount of information about it, including what it is supposed to provide and a complete list of its ingredients.
At the time that this review was written, the ingredients included in the 1st Phorm Bliss formula were: the DynActive Complex ™ (Caffeine Anhydrous, Picamilon, Hordenine, N Methyl Tyramine, Cocoa Extract, Huperzine A), Neurocept ™ (Choline Bitartrate, DMAE, Sulbutiamine, Bacopa Monniera (50% bacopasides), Beta Phenylethylamine HCL), the BioTherm Matrix™ (Green Tea Extract (45% EGCG,75% Catechins, 90% Polyphenols),Coleous Forskohli (20% Forskolin), Evodiamine, Cayenne Pepper Extract, Dandelion Powder, Synephrine, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Guarana Extract, Diiodotyrosine), and Bliss Fusion™ (Damiana powder and Ashwagandha).
That is a tremendous number of ingredients, some of which have been studied and found to be helpful with weight loss, while others are completely unproven. It is difficult to imagine that there could be enough of anything in 1st Phorm Bliss considering how many substances are contained within each capsule. It is important to note that there is a large amount of caffeine in this product and that this can lead to unwanted conflicts or side effects among some userse.
It is also important to point out that aside from the stimulants, there are also diuretics in this formula. These substances cause the body to flush out fluids from its tissues. While this can seem appealing as it can make it seem as though weight is being lost very quickly, in reality, it is merely water, not fat, and it will be replaced once the body is hydrated again. Diuretics can be risky for many dieters to take and can cause issues with dehydration. This, combined with thermogenesis (in which the body temperature rises) could be an unsafe combination for some users. It is a very good idea to speak with a doctor before taking this product.