Fight flab with Phentramin-D™

Many times in the ancient past, the ideal body for women were voluptous, curvaceous affairs like the Venus of Willendorf, the women of Peter Paul Rubens or more recently, the KhoiKhoi Venus.

Unfortunately, our own era tends to worship thin women as the epitome of beauty. Add to that the ever increasing problem of obesity — now perceived as a chronic disease — and you’ll appreciate the pressure this brings on women to trim down by any means. Some have tried dieting, exercise, even liposuction, to lose weight.

Fortunately there are pills that would help bring down one’s weight in as short as a month or two. Two of the best known are Phentermine and Phentramin-D™.

Phentermine was introduced in the 70s and is the most prescribed diet loss pill. Unfortunately, since it belongs to the crystal meth family, it causes a lot of undesirable side effects. Like crystal meth, Phentermine can also be addictive if taken for prolonged periods and cannot be bought without a doctor’s prescription or sold over the Internet.

Phentramin-D™, on the other hand, is a cheaper, non-prescription alternative to Phentermine that’s fast becoming the number one diet loss pill because it mimics the effects of Phentermine without the harmful side effects. Unlike Phentermine, it is available over the Internet.

What’s in Phentramin-D™, you say? Well, two chemicals actually: 1,3-Dimethylpentylamine-hydrochloride and 1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine. OMG. Relax, they’re just fancy names for two common stimulants methylhexanamine (still a mouthful but is from geranium oil) and caffeine (from good old coffee). They are now laboratory-produced. They’re FDA approved too.

One caveat though: don’t take Phentramin-D™ if you are pregnant or breast-feeding or if you have a medical condition or taking prescription drugs.
Why, you say? Because Phentramin-D™ affects the central nervous system to suppress appetite, release glucose into the blood, boost energy, increase the heart rate, promote alertness and prevent drowsiness — in short, make you energetic, not eating and sleepless — conditions not good for the baby nor for a weak heart and may even interfere with the effects of other medications.

It is Phentramin-D™’s combined effect of extra energy, alertness and lack of appetite that is key to one’s losing weight. But never take it without proper diet, exercise and a healthy lifestyle or the weight you lost may come back with a vengeance once taking the pill stops.

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