Atro-Phex is a weight loss pill that is geared towards a youthful crowd that’s looking to drop weight and put on some muscle. According to their website, “Atro-Phex is one of the most powerful, innovative, and unique formulas ever introduced into the realm of weight management, energy, and performance enhancement.
But does Atro-Phex deliver on these claims? This Atro-Phex will look into their ingredients, marketing, and pricing to see if Atro-Phex is all it’s set up to be.
- Vitamin B6 (6.25 mg)
- Vitmamin B9 (100 mcg)
- Proprietary Blend (724 mg)
- Adipose Atrophy & Energy Stimulator Matrix
- Mood & Mental Performance Optimizers
- N-Acetyl-l-Tyrosine-Ethyl-Ester Monohydrate
- Common Periwinkle
- Vitamin B9
- Aqua Retic Matrix
- Juniper Berry
- Vitamin B6
- European Goldenrod
- Insulin Support & Weight Management
- Cinnulin PFâˆšÃ‡Â¬Ã† (Aqueous Cinnamon Extract [bark])
- Pro-Thyroid Amplifier
Phenylethylamine – An alkaloid that works as a neurotransmitter in the brain, Phenethylamine is claimed to help increase the levels of dopamine. The increase in dopamine is meant to make you “feel better.” Bottom line, however, is that research is still unclear as to its effectiveness in weight loss.
Methylxanthine – Contains caffeine which is a proven, high-quality diet pill ingredient.
Green Tea - A proven diet pill ingredient, green tea has been shown to increase the metabolic rate, helping you to lose weight. Unfortunately, Atro-Phex doesn’t allow us to say whether the amount in the diet pill is sufficient to be effective.
L-Phenylalanine – Has been shown in clinical studies to aid in appetite suppression.
Razberi Ketone – Has been shown in a couple of studies to help fight obesity. However, more research is needed in order to be to be difinitive.
Advantra Z – Contains bitter orange which contains synephrine. Synephrine is an effective stimulant that is supposed to not have as many adverse side effects common to other stimulants.
Bioperine – Is supposed to help with the absorption of nutrients. It is still undecided whether or not this increased absorption leads directly to weight loss.
Vinpocetine – It is supposed to increase blood flow to the brian. Has not been shown to help in weight loss at all.
7-Keto – There has been little research done on 7-Keto to date. Some warn of heart palpitations.
The other ingredients aren’t likely to do much in terms of weight loss. Atro-Phex provides a long list of ingredients, but don’t let that fool you into automatically thinking they are credible. It’s a tactic used by many companies.
As already mentioned, they employ the often used tactic of throwing every ingredient that they can think of on the label to make it appear as though you’re getting every ingredient possible to help you lose weight. The reality of it is that with each additional ingredient, the amount of the remaining ingredients must be decreased since you can only fit so much into a diet pill. Because of that, we’re guessing that there are very minimal amounts of each ingredient (especially the effective ones) in Atro-Phex.
Their website is professionaly designed, adding more perceived credibility. Don’t be fooled; anyone can buy a nice looking website. They have lots of pictures of ripped and toned males and females that supposedly have taken Atro-Phex. Personally, I don’t buy it.
$64.99 for a bottle of 98 capsules.
I was unable to find anything about a guarantee on their website.
Atro-Phex provides a few quality ingredients amongst the many, many other ingredients on their lengthy label. Like most diet pills, they hide the amounts of each ingredient in a proprietary blend. Hence, while some ingredients are good, we aren’t able to tell you if they will be effective or not. Their marketing is hyped up and their price is a little high for what you’re probably getting. In addition their’s no guarantee. We suggest looking elsewhere for a diet pill that fully discloses the amounts of their (quality) ingredients.