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Super-Powerful “Diet Pills” Make Comeback

November 28, 2012

NEW YORK, Nov. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Most of us thought the era of the “Super-Powerful” diet pill ended a few years back when the FDA removed Ephedra and Fen-Phen from the U.S. market because of safety concerns.

Well, it turns out that “most of us” were wrong. It seems that a huge, multi-billion-dollar, “underground” market for these amphetamine-like fat burners sprung up even before the ink was dry on the FDA’s decree.

But recently, an entirely new crop of high-quality, super-powerful and super-effective diet pills are coming out of hiding and are hitting the shelves of your local GNC.

The current leader in this new category is a product called BiphedAdrene(®), developed and sold by Generix Labs((TM)), LLC. The company tells us that BiphedAdrene is a two-part system comprised of a unique “Amphetamine Provisional Complex” (for powerful appetite control, mood-elevation, and energy) combined with an aggressive thermogenic compound (for fat burning and stamina). This two-pronged attack on fat is apparently what makes the compound so effective… and so popular.

While the pills do cause rapid weight loss (no doubt about that), these amphetamine-like compounds are fast becoming a favorite among bodybuilders, college students, and overstressed, exhausted homemakers for their energy and stamina-boosting properties (in other words as powerful “go-fast” pills). Because cult-like trends that begin with bodybuilders and college students quickly become mainstream, many BiphedAdrene (or BiPhed for short) critics are concerned about the overuse of these powerful compounds.

A spokesperson for Generix Labs explains, “One of the things we often heard, as we made a study of the weight-loss market, is that people missed the mood-elevation and boost of energy that were ‘side effects,’ if you will, of the Fen-Phen and Ephedra class of diet pills. The weight loss was always primary, but nearly as important was the increase in energy and mood. These new non-amphetamine compounds provide not only very substantial weight loss, but also a similar mood and energy boost.”

While these “super pills” are finding their way into the general marketplace, they are definitely not for everyone. In fact, you shouldn’t even think about taking them if losing five or six “vanity pounds” is your goal. These diet pills are intended exclusively for the significantly overweight. But that’s not the only caveat. You should check with your doctor to ensure you are in overall good health before considering any of this new category of pills.

Let’s face it… even though this new generation of diet pills, such as BiphedAdrene, promise
“easy” weight loss, increased energy, and improved mood, they’re not cheap (it’s $135 for a 30-day supply of BiphedAdrene).

Editor’s Note: Generix Labs has had trouble keeping BiphedAdrene in stock and is offering customers a $25 discount and free shipping(**) to make up for the out-of-stock situation. To get the discount and free shipping(**) offer, you have to use promo code SUPER. Just visit www.BiphedAdrene.com or call 1-800-573-7398 and enter SUPER at checkout.

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