This Phentermine diet pill claims to boost metabolism and suppress appetite.
- Established: 1959 FDA approval; available in the 1970s; removed from the market voluntarily in 1997 but still available
- Founder: Originally sold by King Pharmaceuticals; currently made by several companies
- Accessibility: Prescription only
- Diet Type: Appetite suppressant to be taken short-term
- Gender: Male and female
In December of 1998, the pharmaceutical giant, SmithKline Beecham withdrew Fastin from the market because of side effects associated with this weight loss supplement. Today, it is back on the market, as it tries to help those who are obese lose weight. Phenylethylamine, or Phentermine, is the main ingredient in Fastin. This chemical is a powerful stimulant that boosts metabolism, suppresses appetite and raises heart rate.
Fastin should only be used by people who are extremely overweight or obese and have not been able to lose weight with just diet and exercise. Fastin should only be taken under the supervision of your doctor. It should also be taken in conjunction with a reduced-calorie diet and a consistent exercise plan that has been laid out for you by your medical doctor or registered dietitian.
Fastin contains stimulants that may cause side effects like increased heart rate, shakiness or heart palpitations.PRO
- Fastin may help to kick off a weight loss program
- May help to reduce weight when used in combination with a low calorie diet and exercise plan
- Fastin was pulled off the market in 1998
- Not a long-term solution to weight loss
- Can induce many dangerous side effects
- Should not be taken by certain individuals who have current health conditions
- Should not be used for longer than a few weeks
- Can result in dependence
- Automatically enrolled in the auto-shipment program after registering for free trial
Fastin contains Phenylethylamine HCL, R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine. methylphenylethylamine tartrate , methylsynephrine HCL , N-Methyl-phenylethylamine HCL, Synephrine HCL, Theobromine Anhydrous, Yohimbine HCL and caffeine.ADMINISTRATION
Given the powerful effects of Fastin, it should only be taken according to the directions of your medical doctor.
Fastin is typically taken once a day 1 hour before breakfast or as directed by your doctor. Since it contains stimulants, you should not take it before going to sleep. Also, Fastin should only be used for a few weeks since it has the ability to result in dependence.DIET and NUTRITION
While taking Fastin, you will also be following a reduced-calorie diet comprised of 1,200 – 1,500 calories a day and a consistent exercise program that is laid out by your health practitioner. You should avoid alcohol, caffeine and any other stimulants.CONCLUSION
Fastin is a stimulant that works in a similar way as amphetamine. In addition to being an appetite suppressant it is also a mood-elevator. Fastin should only be used by people who are obese and under the supervision of their medical doctor.
It is not recommended for use by individuals at risk for diabetes, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, a malfunctioning thyroid, hardening of the arteries, or heart disease or if certain medications are being taken.Common Misspellings
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