Adiphene Q and A

Question: Is Adiphene FDA approved or is it licensed?

Answer: Adiphene was created in FDA approved laboratories and all of its ingredients have been approved for over-the-counter sale.  Unlike Phentermine, Adiphene is not classified as a controlled substance, so you can buy it without a prescription.

Question: How many times a day should I take Adiphene?

Answer: The recommended dosage is one pill two times a day.  One 60-pill packet will last you a month.  Don’t take more than two pills a day, because you probably won’t lose additional weight and you could experience certain side effects because of the increased dosage.

Question: Is there an average amount of weight that people lose when they take Adiphene?

Answer: This is a difficult question to answer, because everyone’s situation and circumstances are different.  We know that people want concrete numbers, but we cannot provide them.  Combining Adiphene with an improved diet and additional exercise could allow you to lose up to 30 pounds a month, but a more likely amount to expect is probably around 5 or 6 pounds lost a week.

Question: What are the ingredients in Adiphene?

Answer:  Unlike other weight loss supplements, Adiphene contains ingredients from all four classes of weight loss drug.  These classes are fat metabolizers, fat binders, appetite suppressants, and stimulants/thermogenic boosters.  All of these ingredients, which include bitter orange, ginseng, cayenne capsicum, chitosan, carnitine and more have been proven to help you lose weight in various ways.  Check out the rest of our site for more information on the ingredients and how Adiphene works.

Question: Can I take Adiphene for a long period of time?

Answer: You should always seek the advice of a health professional before taking any diet supplement, especially if you plan on taking it for an extended period of time.  This being said, there are no known dangerous side effects seen in people who take Adiphene.

Question: Can someone with a heart condition take Adiphene?

Answer: Because Adiphene contains stimulants that act to boost your metabolism, a person who has a heart condition should probably not take the supplement.  These ingredients can speed up your heart rate, which can be dangerous for people with cardiovascular issues.

Question: Is Adiphene better and safer than Phentermine?

Answer: This is the easiest question to answer, because the makers of Adiphene set out to come up with a  product that did exactly what Phentermine does, but without the addictive qualities and awful side effects.  This is exactly what they did.  Adiphene has the same weight loss effects, but is FDA approved for over-the-counter purchase and is deemed a safe product.

Question: Are there any foods or drinks that I can’t consume while taking Adiphene?

Answer: There are no foods or drinks that you need to avoid, but eating healthier foods is always a good idea when taking a weight loss supplement like Adiphene.  It will work for you even if you don’t change your diet and exercise habits, but is much more effective if you do.  Never use a diet pill or supplement as an excuse to eat unhealthy foods and stop taking part in activity.

Question: Are there specific foods I should eat when taking Adiphene?

Answer: Changing your diet for the better when taking Adiphene will enhance its effects.  Eating healthier foods is always a positive thing, but you should consult your doctor before making any lifestyle changes.

Question: Is Adiphene safe for pregnant women?

Answer: This is not recommended.  Pregnant women should focus on the health of their baby, not their own weight.  Weight loss should never be a priority when you are expecting.  Wait until the baby is born before thinking about losing weight.

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