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Coming with a free bottle of the 3 Day Detox to jump start your weight loss, Lipofuze is the only formula that can help you to lose up to 10 pounds in your first 7 days! It helps you to defeat the idea that diet and exercise is the only way, because it seems like your body always works against you when you try to do that. In fact, there have been some reports of even 100 pounds, which is not often legitimately found with most diet pills.
Adaprex-P is the “strongest non prescription supplement” meant for weight loss, and it is modeled to replace a product called Adipex, the single most popular prescription diet pill currently on the market. They claim that it will suppress appetite, burn fat, and enhance mood. Apparently, with Adaprex-P, you will finally be able to burn away more fat than ever before, and you will transform your body into the dream body that you want it to be. But how does it work?
They do have valid ingredients. For example, synephrine can theoretically have all the effects of ephedrine without the side effects. Caffeine anhydrous is also a well known thermogenic fat burner in some ways. These ingredients, if used in the right amounts, could burn more fat, suppress appetite, etc.
Most of their ingredients are differing forms of one mood enhancer known as phenylethylamine. Now phenylethylamine has been compared to Phentermine. But just like their other ingredients, Phentermine only comes in an extremely small amount, certainly not the required amounts to produce real weight loss results. In addition, though they don’t have the appropriate amounts for results, they do have enough of said ingredients to cause side effects such as dizziness, nausea, jitteriness, insomnia, and in some extreme cases heart attack and stroke.
We would not recommend using Adaprex-P. It doesn’t have the right ingredients realistically, and it definitely does not have the right amounts. Adaprex-P does not even begin to compare to Adipex, and it never will, especially not in terms of possible results. We would recommend staying away from Adaprex-P at this time.