PhenApex is a non-prescription weight loss formula that does not hide the fact that it has been designed as an alternative to popular prescription diet drugs, Phentermine and Adipex. It flat out declares it both in its name (which looks like a balanced fusion of the names Phentermine “Phen” and Adipex “Apex”), and on its official website which states: “PhenApex, The Number One Alternative To Prescription Phentermine.” It doesn’t get any clearer than that!
That being said, whether or not this “powerful, scientifically engineered formula”, which supposedly suppresses appetite, boosts metabolism, and increases energy, lives up to its claims and actually provide safe and effective weight loss results, is another story. For starters, the ingredients should reveal a lot about the potential effectiveness of this product.
Unfortunately, the official product site provides no information about the ingredients. In fact, at the time this review was written, it didn’t provide an ingredients list or even an image of a supplement facts sheet. This is automatically a red flag for this product. It makes it seem like the manufacturer has something to hide. Furthermore, not providing information about the ingredients negates any claims that were made about the effectiveness of this product, as there is absolutely no proof that it works.
When this review was written, a 1-month supply of PhenApex could be purchased online for $55.00 and came with at 60-Day money-back guarantee. The fact that it is available for purchase makes it even more surprising that information regarding its ingredients are so hard to find.
However, although it cannot be said for certain, it is highly likely that PhenApex contains at least one stimulant. The reason is that it is an energy booster and a metabolism accelerator. The vast majority of OTC diet pill products, especially those that are marketed as alternatives to Phentermine, contain stimulants like caffeine, or substances that contain stimulants such as bitter orange, which contains the stimulant synephrine.
Stimulants increase the risk of side effects, such as insomnia, jitters, anxiety, mood swings, headache, etc., especially in individuals who have sensitivities to stimulants and in those who consume caffeinated products while taking pills with these substances.
Due to the limited information available for PhenApex, it is not recommended that you take this diet pill. There are other products on the weight loss market that would be better and safer options. Nonetheless, if you do want to learn more about this product, you should consult with your doctor about your interest prior to taking it.