Tired of exercising and fasting to get slim? Probably a ‘thermogenic intensifier’ can make your weight loss goals much more achievable!
A new diet pill on the shelves is Fastin, the one with multiple benefits like weight loss, energy enhancement and overall wellbeing. Initially Fastin was marketed by SmithKline but later on it was taken over by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals.
The new owners did put in some serious research and development to make the pills safer than ever. Now you can get Fastin over-the-counter, without a prescription.
What is different with Fastin?
Something that is noteworthy with Fastin is that its makers seem quite eager to enlist all its ingredients on the bottle label. This helps you to figure out if you are allergic to any of these ingredients or not. Moreover you can try out Fastin by availing of the free trail offer. Only if you are happy with the results, they will bill you for the entire month’s supply.
Ingredients of Fastin
Fastin comprises of 100 mg caffeine and a 245 mg proprietary blend. The proprietary blend contains Yohimbine HCL, Theobromine Anhydrous, Synephrine HCL, N-Methyl-phenylethylamine HCL, methylsynephrine HCL, methylphenylethylamine tartrate, R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine, Phenylethylamine HCL. The list clearly shows that no phentermine is included in the components and the strangest part is none of the Fastin ingredients are used in any other fat burning pills in the market.
How does Fastin work?
Methylsynephrine, Anhydrous Theobromine and Synephrine HCL act as stimulants that significantly boost the metabolic rate in your body and as a result more calories are burnt off. But the Yohimbine HCL is known to act as an aphrodisiac and there is hardly any relevance of this ingredient with respect to weight loss. Phenylethylamine HCL might trigger off depression in users.
Pros of Fastin:
- Contains stimulants to increase metabolism
- Retains stamina during work outs
- Clearly states the ingredients used
- No prescription required to purchase Fastin
Cons of Fastin:
- Boasts itself as similar to Phentermine wherein there is no similarity as such
- It is habit-forming; users can become psychologically or physically dependant on it
- Shows side effects like depression, high blood pressure and faster heart beats
- The manufacturing company has undergone serious legal trials for fraudulence
Warning – Who should not take Fastin?
Fastin should not be used by people suffering from heart disorders, arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure or glaucoma. Those with a past of alcohol or drug abuse should avoid using this diet pill. Expecting or nursing mothers should also stay away from it.
Recommended or not?
If it is serous weight loss you are looking for without compromising on the health factor, Fastin is not recommended to you. There are loads of controversies about the effectiveness, price and legitimacy of Fastin’s manufacturers. Try something more authentic like Phen375 or Capsiplex than experimenting with Fastin.