May 23, 2013
Phosphacore ingredients include phosphatidylserine, linoleic acid, and ascorbic acid. We do know where they got the idea for at least part of this formula. There is a procedure called lunchtime lipo where they inject phosphatidylserine into areas of fat. When injected in this manner, it supposedly allows fat to coagulate and clump, passing out of the body. Seeing a lump in the vicinity of the injection is not uncommon as they say it’s fat collecting and passing out of the body. But there have been severe and sometimes even life threatening responses reported, outside of allergies. But phosphatidylserine has never been through clinical studies that would suggest it promotes weight loss results. It is highly questionable at best. But when it comes to Phosphacore, there is more. They use vitamin C/ascorbic acid, which they claim to promote weight loss. Yes, it’s an essential vitamin. And it’s stimulant free. But it does not promote weight loss results. There is no losing 25 pounds in 2 weeks period, let alone with this formula. They don’t even have one valid fat burner!
Overall Impression Of Phosphacore
Phosphacore is entirely stimulant free and most likely side effect free. It has relatively harmless and innocuous ingredients, which they claim to show results. But none of these three ingredients have anything to do with weight loss results. Phosphacore makes quite a few claims about exactly what they can do. But Phosphacore does not have the substance required for success. Phosphacore does not have the formula with the right ingredients, the right amounts, or anything else. We would definitely recommend that you look into other options.