BiphedAdrene sometimes shortened to Biphed states it is a two part fat burner that delivers weight loss, sustained energy and stamina and elevates your mood.
It is one of the more expensive weight loss supplements around and will set you back a whopping $135 for 120 capsules which is the equivalent to one months supply, or $270 if you buy two and you will receive one months supply free.
You can buy BiphedAdrene from the official site, Amazon.com, Ebay, GNC and other bias affiliated sites.
If you are considering using BiphedAdrene to help you accelerate your weight loss I urge you to take a few minutes to read my review – it could be the best few minutes you’ve spent in a long time!
What Is BiphedAdrene?
As I stated at the beginning, BiphedAdrene is a two pronged weight loss supplement that plays on the once popular (but now banned) amphetamine based diet pills.
One months supply apparently consists of 60 capsules of “*Complex Phenylethylamine Provisional” (whatever that is!) and 60 capsules of “an aggressive thermogenic compound (for fat burning and stamina)”
BiphedAdrine Official Site Lack Information
As always, my first port of call is to take a look at the official site. The lack of information about BiphedAdrene is astounding!
- No ingredients listed
- No address details
- No contact form – the link just takes you back to the home/sales page
The site is designed to look like a two page news article written by someone called Tiffany Strobel of MyFreeDiet.com. The article rambles on about how there is a huge demand for diet pills that mimic the banned amphetamine based pills like Ephedra and Fen-Phen.
When I clicked the link to MyFreeDiet.com I was taken to a very basic page asking you to add your email address so you can get weight loss tips – no doubt so she/they can bombard you with marketing offers!
There’s also a big red banner stating “NOW BACK IN STOCK” and this:
“We sincerely apologize to anyone who has been unable to find BiphedAdrene at their local retailer. We simply didn’t anticipate the overwhelming demand due to recent publicity.”
I say Hogwash!
A clever marketing trick called the scarcity tactic designed to make you feel that it’s a high demand product and you’re at the back of the queue…..but you’re in luck!
Don’t fall for it!
So Who’s Behind BiphedAdrene?
As the official site was giving nothing away apart from it being developed and sold by Generix Labs LLC, I hit Google to see if I could pull the curtain back a bit further.
I decided to take a look at the GNC website as they usually give details of the ingredients, manufacturer etc. Sure enough I got what I was looking for!
My suspicions were initially aroused when I saw the marketing name of Klein Becker. This name is also associated with several other dubious diet pills like Relacore, Zantrex 3 and a whole host of others.
The address for Generix Labs LLC is Salt Lake City, Utah 84116.
I entered this address into Google Maps and all that was pin pointed was the Utah Alcohol Detox & Drug Rehab. I’m guessing that, like all the other diet pills from Utah, this so called Laboratory is actually a warehouse off a trading estate – just my thought!
BiphedAdrene Ingredients Revealed!
Thanks to the GNC website I managed to unearth as much as was possible about BiphedAdrene’s ingredients.
Here is an image of the labels from both parts of the product.
Note the red circles highlighting no amounts of each ingredients?
The ingredients are a little difficult to see clearly as I had to resize it to fit on this page so I’ll list it below for you.
Part 1 – Complex Phenylethylamine Provisional
Niacin 15mg – important for converting food to energy also may cause flushing in some people.
BiphedAdrene 1 TM
A proprietary Blend Containing – 489mg
Trimethylcanthine (from Yerba Mate leaf) Extract,
Paullina cupana (seed) Extract) and caffeine - basically just caffeine!
Arbutin (from Damiana (leaf) Extract) – a skin lightening agent! “The German Institute of Food Research in Potsdam found that intestinal bacteria can transform arbutin into hydroquinone, which creates an environment favorable for intestinal cancer.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbutin
(from Chorella Algae (Chlorella vulgaris)
powder) - ” It is sold as a dietary supplement for purported mood and weight loss-related therapeutic benefits however any benefits usually get destroyed in the digestive process.
(from Shali (Oryza sativa L) (seed) powder) – is thought to have a direct influence on mood
Phenethylamine (PEA), 1 Phenethylamine
(from Klamath Blue Green Algae
(Aphanizomenon flos-aquae) powder) – PEA is a naturally occuring chemical in the brain that elevates your mood however when taken orally the digestive process destroys any benefits
Theobromine (from Cocoa
(Theobroma cacao L) (seed) Extract – a weak caffeine that is used to increase urination.
Other Ingredients May Include: Microcrystaline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Croscarmellose Sodium, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Polythylene Glycol, Erythrosine Aluminum Lake, Talc, Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Blue #1 Aluminum Lake, FD&C Blue #2 Carmine Aluminum Lake.
Part 2 Aggressive Thermogenic Compound
A Proprietary Blend Containing 489mg
ilex paraguariensis (leaf) Extract - another name for Yerba Mate which is caffeine
Guarana (seed) Extract - often found in carbonated soft drinks and energy drinks. It is rich in caffeine.
Methylxanthine (from Caffeine) – used as bronchodilators to stimulate the cardiovascular and respiratory systems in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease as it relaxes the airways
Tunera diffusa var.Aphrodisiaca (leaf) Extract – an aphrodisiac that has shown an increase in libido in rats http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turnera_diffusa
Capsaicin (from Cayenne
(Capsicum annuum) (fruit) powder) – the element of the chilli pepper that creates the burn. This has to be handled properly as it can cause intense irritation.
Serotonin (from Cutch Tree
(Acacia catechu) Extract) - regulation of mood, appetite, and sleep. Serotonin also has some cognitive functions, including memory and learning.
Other Ingredients May Include: Gelatin, Rice Flour, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Strearate, Silicon Dioxide, Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Yellow #6.
No amount were given to be able to see if any of the ingredients of BiphedAdrene would have any effect good or bad.
It all seems to be bundled in under the fancy name “proprietary blend” roughly translated means ‘we’re not going to disclose what’s in it”!
A Warning About BiphedAdrene
I also came across this very bold warning when doing my research. I’ve added it to this review as I feel it is a highly important piece of information that you would be wise to read before even considering buying BiphedAdrene.
What Are BiphedAdrene Reviews Saying?
Whilst I always tell my readers to steer well clear of trading platforms such as Ebay and Amazon when buying diet pills due to the amount of faked reviews. I do find that if you can identify the phony ones, Amazon is a great place to get the brutal truth about products.
Overall, there are some very unhappy users of BiphedAdrene. There are a few glowing testimonials but when I look closely the may be faked. One customer actually challenged one of the positive reviews and directly accused the reviewer of working for Generix Labs and the accusation went uncontested.
Here are some of the comments I found regarding BiphedAdrene……
“Does not work!
Bought these for husband and he has been taking for 3 weeks and has not lost even 1 pound, so will not be buying again.” – MyLeah
“Do Not Purchase
I bought this supposed miracle pill not only to reduce fat but to gain energy. In two months of taking the pill without fail, I have not lost one single pound. I exercise daily and eat healthy, but wanted something to help me reduce the fat that has sneaked onto my aging body, and this pill has not helped in the reduction of fat, as claimed, or given me extra energy. I would not recommend the pill. Save your money and love your body.” – abenn
“do not waste your money
It did not help me lose any weight at all, i work out 6 times a week and eat pretty good and this product did nothing for me…it is a waste of 100 bucks i would no recommend it” – angry customer
Side Effects Associated With BiphedAdrene
To me anyway, this is the most important part next to the product actually working. There’s no point in taking something that’s going to make you ill, even if it did work.
Better to be alive than a skinny corpse, that’s my philosophy!
I found a couple of quite disturbing reviews on Amazon about side effects that had been experienced by people who had tried BiphedAdrineTM – cast your eyes!
This product did NOT work as expected. I had a bad reaction to the pills, they caused swelling in my face and neck and I had problems breathing and swallowing.I wasn’t able to return them for a refund either. Very disappointed and will not purchase this again, probably will not shop at this website again either.” – KB
“weight loss pills
BiPhedrine…I stopped using this product after taking the pills for just one day. My heart was racing and my breathing was extremely rapid. I do not have any heart or health problems, but this product really scared me. I would be afraid to recommend this product to anyone for fear that they would have a similar experience.” – joanne
Whilst not everyone reported any negative side effects, even amongst the reviews that were slating BiphedAdrene it never-the-less is not a comfortable read.
This has got to be one of the worst diet pills (apart from my review on the Japanese diet pill Hokkaido) that I have come across so far.
The official site looks like a spam site and doesn’t even rank at the top of the search results! There is absolutely zero information on BiphedAdrene’s ingredients, contact details of the company or even who is behind it’s creation.
What’s more, it’s backed by a totally worthless money back guarantee that states you have the option for a full refund within 30 days. However, this only applies to unopened packages so how’s that meant to work? You have to open the product to try it, then you forfit your money back guarantee – go figure!
What sparse information there is on the ingredients shows that it has some rather strange additives too. I find the link between Arbutin encouraging the perfect environment for intestinal cancer particularly problematic!
The concept of elevating your mood and weight loss is a good one and studies have found a link between the two however I do not believe that BiphedAdrene would achieve this at all.
However, if you are looking for a supplement that will more likely achieve the desired results, check out my review below!
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