Fenphedra 3X is marketed as “the ultimate high performance fat burner” and as “the best appetite suppressant in the world!” Furthermore, it supposedly boosts results three times more than the original Fenphedra product. Like the original formula, it has been designed to reduce hunger and burn fat, only better.
While there is no supplement facts sheet provided for Fenphedra 3X on the official product webpage, according to the site, the formula contains clinically proven ingredients, which include Chromax (as Chromium Picolinate), Super Citrimax, and Glucomannan. No other ingredients are listed or mentioned.
The best way to determine the safety and effectiveness of any diet pill is to research its ingredients. In the case of Fenphedra 3X, this product contains Chromax, which, according to the website, research has shown to reduce feelings of hunger. Super Citrimax is a non-stimulant extract from Garcinia Cambogia, a fruit that has been touted for its ability to increase weight loss by as much as 300% compared to exercise and diet alone. Finally, Glucomannan helps the body to process excessive amounts of bad (LDL) cholesterol and helps the body to process food quickly and efficiently, resulting in energy and weight loss.
As fascinating as these claims are, there is no solid evidence that proves any of these ingredients are, in fact, effective for causing or assisting with weight loss. Moreover, the official product page does not provide any study citations to back up the claims it has made about Fenphedra 3X or its ingredients.
No side effects have been listed for Fenphedra 3X, but in the FAQ section on the website it does say that the product is not recommended for anyone sensitive to caffeine or other stimulants, which would suggest that this product contains stimulants or ingredients that have stimulants in them.
According to the official product page it also clearly states (at the time this review was written) that the recommended dosage is “5 pills before breakfast and lunch” and that each bottle lasts 30 days. This implies that users are to take 10 pills in total per day (5 before breakfast and 5 before lunch), but this does not make sense considering each bottle contains 120 capsules and not 300. Therefore, it is more likely that the recommended dosage is actually 4 pills per day (2 prior to breakfast and 2 prior to lunch). This mistake makes one wonder just how much care went into the design of this product.
At the time this review was written, a 30 day supply of Fenphedra 3X cost $49.95 plus shipping and came with a 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee.
If you are interested in taking this product, it would be prudent to first speak with your doctor.