March 1, 2017
Atro-Phex ingredients include beta phenylethylamine, beta phenylethylamine malate, hordenine HCL, methylxanthine, green tea, tuber fleeceflower, Chinese mistletoe, DL-phenylalanine, razberi-k, bitter orange extract, bioperine, yohimbine, N-acetyl-l-tyrosine, vitamin B6, vinburnine, vinpocetine, vincamine, juniper berry, dandelion leaf, lovage, European goldenrod, 7-keto, and dicana.
Some of these ingredients could ideally promote weight loss. There are some natural fat burners, and there are more than that some good amino acids and otherwise ingredients that could in other ways support weight loss. But they have only small and insignificant amounts of any of these, and realistically speaking, the simple fact is that they have diuretics. Diuretics flush out water weight which your body actually needs, and ultimately speaking, it causes more side effects as your body becomes more dehydrated above other things. The weight loss at best does not last. However, this is without question a rather dangerous or potentially dangerous supplement.
You Should Not Take Atro-PHex If:
- *You have a pre-existing medical condition such as heart disease
- *You have family history of medical conditions such as heart disease
- *You have caffeine sensitivities
- *You have high blood pressure
- *You have a liver condition
- *You are using an MAO inhibitor
- *You suffer from glaucoma
Possible Side Effects:
- *irregular heartbeat
- *loss of appetite
- *reduced blood circulation to the heart
- *raised blood pressure
- *increased heart rate
- *heart attack
- *renal failure
- *kidney damage
Overall Impression of AtroPhex:
Atro-Phex gives the appearance of power. It has some good ingredients, and it talks all about all the better benefits. However, it uses only small proprietary blends, which means that you will not actually get the amounts needed to lose weight. And moreover, there is the fact that realistically speaking, they have ingredients like yohimbine, which does not promote weight loss. But it does cause the more serious side effects of heart attack, stroke, and otherwise. So we would suggest finding something else.