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Fentalena ReviewFentalena is a nonprescription weight loss pill that is named to sound somewhat like FenPhen, or possibly Phentermine despite the fact that it does not contain that banned drug or prescription medication. It is marketed specifically toward women.

The official website for this product indicates that it assists women with their weight loss as it “attacks your fat loss in 3 proven female approved ways!” That said, the site doesn’t do very much to show who proved these methods or how. It does claim that the 3 different proven ways are: appetite suppression, thermogenesis and energy boosting.

Among these benefits, the goal is essentially to make it easier for women to lose weight by feeling less hungry, more energized and making it possible for their bodies to burn fat faster. It is unclear as to why those benefits are specific to women, as it does sound as though men would be able to benefit from those types of benefits just as readily when it comes to weight loss.

At the time this review was written, the ingredients in Fentalena included: Garcinia Cambogia Extract, Raspberry Ketones, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Yohimbe Bark Extract, Green Tea Leaf, Acai Fruit Extract, Goji Fruit Extract, Pomegranate Fruit Extract, Cinnamon Twig, Noni Fruit Extract, Galangal Rhizome, Naringin, Glucuronloactone, Hoodia godonii extract, Guggulsterones E & Z.

This is quite a substantial list of ingredients and makes one wonder if there could truly be enough of each of those ingredients to be possible for them all to produce a detectable effect. It is also important to note that there are quite a few ingredients that contain stimulants and a large number that are essentially hyped by the media but that do not have a significant body of evidence through reputable scientific study to support their use.

In fact, of all the ingredients within this product, it is the green tea leaf that has the most research behind it. That said, it is already fifth down on the list. As most research says about 500 mg of this substance is needed to produce an effect that could support weight loss, it is unlikely that this amount has been used in the product considering where it is on the list.

This is especially true because the entire proprietary formula contains 1467 mg. As 500 mg would make up over one third of the total and there are four ingredients ahead of it on the list, it is mathematically impossible for that amount of green tea to have been included in the product.

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