Adiphene is a nonprescription weight loss supplement that is manufactured by a company that is called RDK Global Pharmaceuticals. According to the official website for the product, it is supposed to help dieters by reducing the appetite, binding to fat so that it won’t be absorbed by the body, burning fat, and raising the metabolic rate. That is a very long list of potential benefits, and if it can actually live up to those claims, it could be very helpful to dieters. However, these types of claims are not rare in the industry, so it is important to research the ingredients in the formula before simply believing the promises of the manufacturer.
The name of the product has clearly been carefully designed to blend the names of two popular prescription diet pills: Adipex and Phentermine. It is important to note that this product is completely different from those drugs and it does not contain either of those medications. This should not be considered to be in the same category as prescription options.
According to the official website, Adiphene words to help dieters by burning away body fat while it simultaneously binds to the dietary fats that are ingested in foods that are consumed during meals and snacks. When the ingredients in this product bind with fats, it makes them too large to be absorbed into the body. For this reason, they are sent out with the body waste and are eliminated without impacting the individual’s calorie intake.
At the same time, this product is meant to reduce the appetite, which makes it easier for the dieter to be able to consume a smaller amount of food because they won’t be responding to hunger pangs. Furthermore, it is also meant to boost energy levels – making it easier to stay motivated and exercise – while it increases the metabolic rate so that fat will be burned more quickly.
The energy levels are certainly something that this product will be able to provide. The reason that this is nearly sure to happen is that it contains a massive number of stimulants. In fact, there are four of them in the ingredients list: bitter orange, guarana extract, ginseng panax root extract, and cacao extract. It also contains chromium picolinate, cinnamon extract, cayenne capsicum, chitosan extract, glucomannan, vitamin B6, L-carnitine HCl, and ginger root extract.
Because of the stimulants in Adiphene, particularly because of the combination of bitter orange and guarana, it is very likely that many dieters will experience unwanted side effects of varying severity.