According to “actual customers”, ThinPhedra is the only diet pill that can back their claims. Their website is riddled with testimonials and outrageous claims of customers losing 85+ pounds in only 3 months. If this pill is real, the diet industry will be changed forever. But it’s not…
What is it?
ThinPhedra are thin wafers that come packaged in a semi-fancy container. The pills resemble unleavened bread with a chalky appearance. Hardly the typical appearance of a diet pill. The makers of this product say, “once ingested, the pill takes over. It chemically balances your body and controls the cravings. In other words, it eliminates the wants (empty calories) leaving your body craving the needs (healthy and essential foods).”
Sounds good, but what’s in it that makes it work?
Ok, in other words nothing that will help you lose weight. Well, maybe the Green Tea, but what does that have to do with chemically balancing your body?
I wonder what the FDA would say about this?
There is no reason to believe this diet pill will do any of the things it claims. The ingredients don’t lie, and what they are telling me is this is a typical diet pill scam. This is one product we would avoid at all costs.