Struggling to lose weight? Unique new product may help!


Struggling to Lose Weight? Unique New Product May Help!

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Let’s face it, losing weight can be extremely difficult. On paper, it’s pretty straightforward – move more, eat less and your fat is supposed to take care of itself. However, the reality is quite different.

Between balancing work and personal life you also need to find time to exercise while maintaining a healthy diet. Add a massive amount of daily stress and it becomes a nearly impossible task. That’s why only around 20% of the general population are successful in long term weight loss maintenance. [1]

But what if weight loss became easy easier? Well, it looks like it has with the release of a brand new slimming product called PhenQ.

You’re probably thinking that it’s another one of those ‘miracle’ supplements that will only make you lose money rather than anything else, but it seems that’s not the case.

Why is PhenQ different?

There are thousands and thousands of different weight loss supplement on the market today. Most of them promise unbelievable results using bogus ingredients that have absolutely no scientific proof.

However, PhenQ is entirely different. PhenQ contains ingredients that proved to be effective in fat oxidationappetite suppression and increased energy expenditure by multiple studies. Let’s take at look at the ingredient list.

1. Capsimax Powder

It was observed that consumption of capsaicinoids increases energy expenditure by approximately 50 kcal/day, and that this would produce clinically significant levels of weight loss in 1-2 years. It was also observed that regular consumption significantly reduced abdominal adipose tissue levels and reduced appetite and energy intake. [2]

2. Calcium Carbonate

Increasing dietary calcium significantly augmented weight and fat loss secondary to caloric restriction and increased the percentage of fat lost from the trunk region, whereas dairy products exerted a substantially greater effect. [3]

3. Chromium Picolinate

The results of this study suggest that the main effect of chromium was on carbohydrate craving and appetite regulation in depressed patients and that 600 mug of elemental chromium may be beneficial for patients with atypical depression who also have severe carbohydrate craving. [4]

4. Caffeine

High caffeine intake was associated with weight loss through thermogenesis and fat oxidation and with suppressed leptin in women. [5]

5. Nopal

The results of our study support the hypothesis that cactus fiber helps in reducing body weight by binding to dietary fat and increasing its excretion, thus reducing dietary fat available for absorption. [6]

6. L-Carnitine Furmarate

L-carnitine supplementation led to a significant increase in 13C-fat oxidation (15.8% v 19.3%; P = .021) whereas protein synthesis and breakdown rates (3.7 and 3.4 g/kg/d, respectively) remained unchanged, indicating that the increased dietary fat oxidation in slightly overweight subjects was not accompanied by protein catabolism. [7]

All in all, this product looks quite promising. But no product is perfect, it comes with downsides as well.

What are the downsides to taking PhenQ?

First of all, it contains quite a hefty amount of caffeine, so if you drink coffee you might want to limit your caffeinated beverage intake.

Their website strongly advises to not exceed the recommended dosage, which is one pill with your breakfast and one with your lunch. Also, if you’re caffeine sensitive it is not advised to take the supplement after 3 pm, because it may mess up your sleeping patterns.

Second, breastfeeding women and people under the age of 18 should not be taking this supplement. If you have a pre-existing medical condition, or currently taking a prescription medicine, you must consult your doctor before trying PhenQ!

Third, the price. In my humble opinion, asking $69.95 for one bottle is absolutely insane. That’s why the only viable option would be buy 3, get 2 for free. Such savings amount to around $38 per bottle and it will last for a whopping 5 months.

Just imagine how much weight you’ll be able to lose in 5 months! Who knows, maybe you will be the next weight loss success story in your local news paper?Weight loss before and after

In a nutshell

With obesity rates still on the rise, PhenQ might be the answer for those who are truly struggling to lose weight. Packed with fat burning ingredients it comes at a hefty price. However, even at $40 per bottle it doesn’t come close to the costs of long term obesity. So don’t hesitate and get your beautiful body back today!

Written by Mark Forge

Mark Forge is the founder of FatForge - an information website dedicated to busting nutrition myths, scams and lies while helping people turn their weight around. If you want to lose weight I suggest starting here.


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  1. came here because of your comment on problogger.
    nice looking blog.
    however, this post here is deceptive:
    1. the product is bogus
    2. you don’t mention the affiliate link
    3. did you write this or was it written for you as an affiliate so you just copied and pasted?

    • Hello Jaisne,

      1. How is it bogus?
      2. How important is that?
      3. Wrote everything myself, besides the blockquotes, they are taken from studies with sources provided.

      Thanks for your feedback.

      • Hi Mark,

        According to the FTC’s guidelines, any affiliate who uses reviews, rankings or testimonials to promote products must clearly disclose the fact that they receive compensation for doing so.

        So you’ll need to disclose that you’re using an affiliate link somewhere in the post. Just giving you some advice 🙂

        • Should this be disclosed in a post, or I can do like a site wide disclaimer for affiliate links, like the cookie notice popup thing on certain websites? Thanks for the feedback!

          • No problem! I’m always happy to help 🙂

            I think it’s better to disclose that you’re using affiliate links at the end of each post, try putting something like this:

            “Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers.”

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