Phentaslim is a “100% legal” mood enhancing, appetite suppressing fat burner. Phentaslim is not “illegal” fat burner like Clenbuterol. However, many reviewers of fat burners have taken shots at their marketing. Not here. I will take an in depth look at Phentaslim’s ingredients & other marketing tactics.
If you visit the official Phentaslim site and take a look at the ingredients you will notice that it contains a blend of ingredients guaranteed to kick start your fat burning .
For the most part, every “hardcore” fat burner contains these stimulants. Stimulants are not bad, you just need to be aware of their strength. With all fat burners you probably want to start off with the minimum recommended dosage to see how your body reacts.
Phentaslim’s ingredients are masked in a “proprietary blend”. Are Proprietary Blends good or bad? Proprietary blends are there so competitors won’t try to copy or steal your formulation and scientist work in developing your product. All supplements must pass GMP standards.
Official website claims that Phentaslim contains a blend of the 16 best stimulants, mood enhancers, and appetite suppressing ingredients available. The ingredients that stand out are caffeine, l-tyrosine, green tea, phenylalanine (PEA), Panax Ginseng, and Magnasium. For a lot of the other ingredients you don’t need huge dosages for them to work.
Phentaslim’s Negative Reviews
The Internet is your best friend and worst enemy. You research a product, like a fat burner, and how do you know the site you are researching from isn’t biased. To tell you the truth, there are so many biased diet supplement review sites out there, that I take them for what they are worth.
I really like the ones with tons of customer feedback. It is common practice for diet pill review sites to simply lie about having taken a pill.
Phentaslim seems to have fallen victim to this slander by other companies.
It is often diet supplements that impose a threat that are hit the hardest. These supplements impose a threat because they probably have something that is popular or something to hide. It is popular because it is made popular by the watchdog!
Analyzing Unbiased (?) reviews
- You’ll see a negative editorial review and lots of complaints on Dietspotlight.com. However, this website’s primary goal is to promote their own baby called “Dietspotlight Burn” which has notorious scam history.
- You will read almost a balanced review on ConsumerHealthDigest.com. They haven’t written any useful information worth reading. Their primary goal is to promote own baby “Phenocal”. My own review coming soon.
- Another consumer awareness site is DietsinReview.com gave just 1.5 star to Phentaslim. That’s too bad…this website’s job is to promote their own baby “Sletrokor”. I will write about it later.
The above mentioned independent (?) consumer eduction sites rank well on search engines for all the popular diet supplements brands. If you make purchase decision based on those sites, I’m afraid to say that “you got deceived!”
Beware of Dirty trick!
Phentaslim’s promoter (Optimum Nutra Inc) employs a dog to watch-out competition. His name is DietPillsWatchdog.com. I’m sure that some of you might have encountered this diet pill watchdog while looking for the reviews of some supplements. This dog is obedient to his boss. He always barks ‘my boss (Phentaslim) is the best & #1 than the other’. Moreover, we know that Dog is a obedient servant, don’t blame him. [ref]
Here’s an easy approach to tell if “consumer” feedback is actually real:
If someone plugs any other product while providing their own “experience”, they’re working for that company. If that’s not the case 100% of the time, it’s the case enough of the time to not give any merit to these comments.
What is in Phentaslim’s Name?
Phentslim is obviously not Phentermine or Ephedra. Phentaslim (Optimum Nutra Inc.) is obviously trying to capitalize on the excitement that the word ‘Phen’ still generates among people looking for a diet pill. There are 100’s products whose name start with ‘Phen’. Again, I’ll write few reviews soon.
Detailed analysis of Phentaslim from other website. For me, it is more confusing than convincing!
- It has vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 and B12. It is like a B complex supplement.
- L-Theanine, Acetyl L-Carnitine and L-Tyrosine are amino acids. These can enhance your cognitive performance and reduce anxiety. But these are not likely to aid weight loss as advertised on Phentaslim website.
- It has 2 minerals magnesium and zinc. Magnesium can reduce fatigue and make you feel more energetic. Supplementing zinc may improve your calorie burning rate only if you have zinc deficiency.
- Phentaslim has 670 mg of caffeine! Two of its ingredients Caffeine Anhydrous (270mg) and Guarana Seed (400mg) have caffeine. If these are genuine ingredients, be ready to tolerate side effects like headaches, sleeplessness and jittery feelings.
- It has very small amount of cayenne extracts and black pepper extracts.
- Phentaslim’s main ingredient Panax Ginseng is a traditional medicine used as an immune booster. It is not proven to aid weight loss.
- It also has 375mg of green tea extracts which can offer you many health benefits. [ref]
Phentaslim contains some impressive fat burning ingredients. Top notch, high quality stuff according to its manufacturer . If you’re sensitive to stimulants you may want to take it easy with Phentaslim.
Is it kiss-worthy or kick-worthy?
It wasn’t hard for me to find negative reviews of Phentaslim on the Internet. Some of them were blatantly the work of their competitors so they meant nothing to me. However, there are many legitimate bad reviews too.
Looking solely at the ingredients, Phentaslim is a good fat burner. I do wish the blend wasn’t proprietary or so much confusing. Sometimes, too many ingredients can cause wrong chemical reaction in your body.