Does a Super “Diet Pill” Exist?

Like Superman and the Loch Ness Monster, super “diet pills” are considered to be nothing more than a myth by many people. They point to the fallout that occurred from so-called “miracle” diet products like Fen-Phen, the drug that became a weight-loss craze in the ’90s. Tens of thousands of people tried it (an article in Time magazine stated, “doctors are writing 85,000 prescriptions a week” for it), but it was pulled off the market in 1997 due to health risks.

Ephedra-based products, like the patented ECA Stack, were also hugely popular during the 1990s and early twenty-first century. These ephedra products became a staple for thousands of people trying to lose weight who swore by them, but despite their effectiveness they were banned by the U.S. government in 2004.

After that, most people gave up on the idea of ever finding a super “diet pill”… until now. Recently, the weight-loss market has seen an influx of a new class of diet pill reminiscent of Fen-Phen and ECA Stack… but without ephedra or the dangerous compounds used in Fen-Phen. These supplements are highly effective, extremely powerful, and have gained a “cult-like” following among bodybuilders and fitness freaks.

The most popular of these super-powerful “diet pills” is called BiphedAdrene™. It’s a two-part product designed to address not only appetite control and fat burning, but to give users a mood-elevation boost similar to that experienced by ephedra users of almost a decade ago.

Although bodybuilders were the first to begin using these types of supplements, it wasn’t long before they started gaining notoriety among college students looking for a burst of energy. And, believe it or not, many exhausted, stressed-out “soccer moms” are also snatching up products like BiphedAdrene. Why? A spokesperson for Generix Labs™, the company that manufactures BiphedAdrene, believes it’s because of the mood-elevation, energy-boosting properties of these compounds. The spokesperson says, “One of the things we often heard as we made a study of the weight-loss market is that people missed the mood-elevation and boost of energy that were ‘side effects,’ if you will, of the Fen-Phen and ephedra class of diet pills… These new non-amphetamine compounds provide not only very substantial weight loss, but also a similar mood and energy boost.”

So how do they work? Well, the company tells us that BiphedAdrene contains a “Complex Phenylethylamine Provisional,” which is a fancy term for a compound with powerful, amphetamine-like properties for appetite control, mood elevation and energy. BiphedAdrene’s effectiveness is boosted further with the addition of an aggressive thermogenic compound designed to address fat burning and stamina.

“Super pills” like BiphedAdrene are definitely effective, but not everyone can use them. They’re designed for the significantly overweight, so if you’re just looking to lose 5 or 6 “vanity” pounds they’re definitely not for you. But if you have a serious amount of weight to lose, this new category of diet pills may be just what you need. Make sure you check with your doctor before taking one, however. They’re strong enough that you need to make sure you’re in overall good health before using one as part of your weight-loss program.

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