Dren is a diet pill based on the patent pending ingredient called drenbuterol. Drenbuterol is designed to increase thermogenic fat burning sensory. They claim that “Dren will help stimulate the thermogenic fat burning process, increase energy levels, suppress appetite, and illicit a state of heightened mental euphoria.” That’s quite a lot of claims. Will Dren deliver on these promises? Let’s take a look.
Drenbuterol - I wasn’t able to find any research on the drenbuterol. It is a patented ingredient meant to drastically increase your metobolic rate and thermogenic processes. As for now, we’re unable to suggest wether or not this ingredient will be effective.
Caffeine - Is a tried and true quality diet pill ingredient. Caution should be taken when using stimulants such as caffeine.
5-Hydroxytryptophan – Also abreviated as 5-HTP, it has been shown to be a mood booster. Will this translate directly into weight loss? Not likely.
Beta Methoxyphenylethylamine – Also designed to make you “feel good.” Not likely to help much in weight loss.
Yohimbine – Helps mobilize fatty acid, which can aid in weight loss.
Dren’s website is definitely geared towards weight lifters and the more “hardcore” crowd. MHP has provided a quality looking site, but there are still parts that are missing information (FAQs and Testimonials are “coming soon”).
They advertise that Dren is an appetite suppressant among other things, and yet none of the ingredients that they included have been shown to aid in suppressing appetite. Interesting…
1 bottle of Dren (30 capsules) costs you $39.99 which will last one month. This is a pretty middle of the road price, but without disclosing the amounts of the ingredients, its difficult to say if it will even be effective.
They have a 100% money back guarantee but don’t say if there is a time limit on the guarantee. Looks pretty good though.
Dren finds itself among many other diet pills that hide the amounts of their ingredients. They do include a couple of good ingredients, but how do we know if it’s enough to be effective? Their marketing is a littel too hyped up. There’s just too many questions still remaining for us to recommend this product. Look elsewhere.