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Introduction

Truth be told, we just HAD to talk about Adiphene. This is one of those weight loss products that’s had massive hype lately, mainly because of the insane claims they make. In this Adiphene review, we’re taking a look at the formula that powers this product and are assessing whether or not we believe it should be on your shopping list.

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What Is Adiphene?

Adiphene is self-proclaimed thermogenic weight loss pill produced by a US-based company RDK Pharm. Despite having “Pharm” in the name, the company itself is not actually a registered pharmaceutical company. Currently, the company is not registered on the Better Business Bureau, so we are unable to comment on their trading history or reputation.

You can buy Adiphene via the offical website (www.adiphene.com) and Amazon. We are unsure if it’s available in shops.

One bottle of Adiphene costs $65.95, contains 60 capsules and will last users for approximately one month based on the directions of 2 capsules per day.

This product is targeted towards those who are looking for fast weight loss results. Consumers are told that Adiphene is capable of burning body fat, boosting metabolism and reducing the users cravings for food.

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Does Adiphene Work?

Based on our research into this product, we believe that it may be useful for the purposes of losing body fat, but only if used in the correct manner. We also believe that this product is far from the “miracle fat burning pill” that it’s marketed as.

Firstly, to set the record straight, this product doesn’t contain any ingredients that directly and independently “burn body fat”. Furthermore, there isn’t really enough glucomannan inside the formula to cause any significant amount of appetite suppression.

Based on our research, the main effects of Adiphene will be boosted energy levels and an increased metabolism – these effects will put you in good standing to lose weight yourself, but they won’t do it for you.

Users of Adiphene shouldn’t expect miracle-like fat loss results without completely overhauling their diet and exercise regime. This product is best viewed as a weight loss aid, rather than a quick fix. In order to see weight loss results with this product you will need stick to a caloric deficit for a sustained period, as you would with any other diet.

The Pros & Cons Of Adiphene

Below we’ve listed all the key points that we like and dislike:

The Pros

  • Product will boost user energy levels.
  • May help boost user metabolic rates.
  • 60 day money-back guarantee.

The Cons

  • Product doesn’t contain any ingredients that directly and independently “burn fat”.
  • May not cause appetite suppressing effects.
  • Potentially negative side effects.
  • Potentially manipulated Amazon reviews according to FakeSpot.

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What Are The Adiphene Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product via the official website:

Two Capsules Contains: Vitamin B6 3.75mg, Chromium 125mcg, L-Carnitine 250mg, Guarana Extract 250mg, Chitosan 125mg, Glucomannan 125mg, Ginseng 62mg, Cinnamon Bark Extract 50mg, Cacao Extract 25mg, Ginger Root Extract, 25mg, Cayenne Pepper Extract 5mg and Bitter Orange Powder 200mg.

Is Adiphene Suitable For Everyone?

This product may not be suitable for those with a shellfish allergy. It’s also unclear whether or not it is suitable for vegetarians or vegans (the capsule material is not disclosed).

This product shouldn’t be used by those with hypertension, heart problems or abnormalities to the esophagus or gut. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not use Adiphene, nor should persons under the age of 18.

Ingredients inside Adiphene may worsen symptoms of anxiety and bipolar disorders.

Is Adiphene Safe?

This product does not contain any banned ingredients, however it may not be safe for those with high blood pressure or heart problems, due to the stimulant content.

What Are The Adiphene Side Effects?

We have found the following list of potential side effects, based on the ingredients used:

  • High blood pressure
  • Fainting
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Adiphene Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Adiphene reviews via customers on Amazon:

This has the effect of taking NOTHING. Literally!! In the month+ that I’ve used this product, I have not experienced ANY weight loss, loss of appetite, energy, or anything else. If you enjoy “giving away your money”, this is definitely the product for you.

Ive been taking these for a month now and I absolutely love them the appetite suppression is amazing I’m never hungry gives u a pep in your step and ive lost 9 lbs since taking them. Will be ordering my second bottle soon.

We ran the amazon product listing page through the FakeSpot software to check for manipulation, which came back with the following results:

Analysis overview

  • Our engine has detected product exchange for reviews. We believe these reviews are harmful for real consumers because of the inherent bias and our grade reflects that.
  • Our engine has profiled the reviewer patterns and has determined that there may be deception involved.
    Our engine has determined that the review content quality is low.

Source: FakeSpot

Our Final Verdict On Adiphene

To conclude our Adiphene review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by. It’s definitely a positive that the product will help boost your energy levels and metabolic rates – if you’re a regular gym-goer or suffer from diet-related fatigue, Adiphene will definitely be helpful.

Ultimately we feel that Adiphene is let down by the formula and the price; there are no ingredients that’ll directly burn body fat and we’re not convinced it’ll help suppress user appetite levels.

Marina Ma, MD
Marina Ma, MD
Staff Writer & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Marina has an MD from U-M and is a resident writer and fact checker at DietProbe.
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