Thermo Phen Phen Weight Loss Formula


The Thermo Phen Phen formula has been expertly created to combine the absolute best ingredients as shown by scientific research to help your burn more fat while also helping to decrease your appetite.

THERMO
Thermo = burn more fat for weight loss

The "Thermo" part of the name Thermo Phen Phen refers to the thermogenic ingredients contained in the formula that help your body to burn more fat to promote weight loss. Thermogenic means literally to "burn fat" and ingredients like Mahuang, Citrus Aurantium (Bitter Orange), and Caffeine have all been shown in numerous research studies to be thermogenic and to greatly increase fat burning by the body and ultimately weightloss. One important study showed that such thermogenic ingredients are so powerful that they helped all the people in the study to lose weight without any exercise or changes to their normal diets.1 Thermogenic ingredients are King when it comes to weight loss ingredients which is why the Thermo Phen Phen formula contains the best of these thermogenic ingredients in the perfect amounts to help you burn more fat and lose weight.

PHEN PHEN
Phen Phen = Less Appetite for weight loss

The "Phen" in Thermo Phen Phen refers to the ingredients in the formula that help to reduce your appetite to aid weight loss. Phenylalanine and St. John's Wort have been shown in research to decrease appetite and promote a feeling of fullness.2,3 You may notice that Phenylalanine starts with "Phen" which is where the Phen comes from and why it is used to refer to the appetite suppressing effect of the formula. Even the thermogenic ingredients contained in Thermo Phen Phen have been shown to have a positive effect upon decreasing your appetite which is why this formula is excellent for controlling your appetite.

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1 Daly P., et al. Ephedrine, caffeine and aspirin: safety and efficacy for treatment of human obesity. Int J Obes 1993;17(1):S73-78.
2Gibbs J, Falasco JD, McHugh PR. "Cholecystokinin-decreased food intake in rhesus monkeys." Am J Physiol. 1976 Jan;230(1):15-18
3T. Silverstone and E. Goodall, The Clinical Pharmacology of Appetite Suppressant Drugs, Int J. Obes. 8.1 (1984):23-33

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