Adepix supplement review

Not to be confused with Adipex!

Adepix is a diet pill with the name very similar to Adipex (brand name for Phentermine base diet pill).

Manufacturers hope that people won’t notice the difference and will think that they are getting Adipex, when in fact they will be getting something that has no relation to Adipex whatsoever. Unfortunately this is a common practice with today’s diet pill manufacturers.


Phenylethylamine, African Mango, Methylexamamine-X, Hops, Alchemla vulgaris, Caffeine, Olea europea, Cuminum cyminum and Mentha Longfolia

African Mango has only 1 clinical study so far in relation to any weight loss effect it may have. The study confirmed that African Mango helped individuals lose weight but the final weight loss was not due to the loss of body fat. Therefore African Mango may not be the perfect ingredient if you are looking to burn fat.

Caffeine – Found in many drinks, beverages, colas etc. However, there is no solid research suggesting that caffeine can be effective for shedding pounds. Mayo Clinic says to be careful when using caffeine products for weight loss. Side effects are very much possible: insomnia, high blood pressure, nervousness and such.

Phenylethylamine (PEA) – It is generally believed that PEA contains mood lifting and weight loss properties. Many foods contain this ingredient, such as chocolate for example. There’s this famous “chocolate high” effect, where people say that they feel more positive and uplifting when eating chocolate. However, it was proven that majority of PEA is lost if taken orally.

How do I buy Adepix?

Official website is the only place to buy Adepix from. 1 month supply will cost you $49.99. They also say that you will get 90 days cash back guarantee, but it is only valid for 1 bottle.

Adepix – is it recommended?

Not at all. From dodgy marketing tactic (name of supplement similar to Adipex brand name) to not-so-special mix of ingredients, we think that there are much better weight loss aids out there.

Alternative supplements to consider

Capsiplex – Fat burner that contains red pepper extract, known to slightly increase your body’s heat production and help you achieve diet-induced thermogenesis. When it appeared on the UK market in 2010, Capsiplex caused quite a stir on the weight loss market. Today it is one of the most popular weight loss pills worldwide, with thousands of satisfied customers behind it.

Capsiplex review | Official site

Proactol – Fat binder / fat stopper that can stop up to 27% of your dietary fat intake and prevent it from being digested. This diet pill has been on the market since 2007 and over the years it has built a reputation of one of the most credible slimming pills around. Definitely take a look at their testimonials page.

Proactol review | Official site

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