About Phentatrim

What is Phentatrim

Phentatrim is a glucomannan-based appetite suppressant.

Glucomannan is an approved ingredient that can help with weight loss. It is a fibre that absorbs liquid and swells, forming a gel, many times its original size.

When consumed with water, this gel can reduce space in the stomach, offering a feeling of fullness and limiting room for excess food.

Phentatrim FAQs

How much weight can I lose with Phentatrim?

For once, the answer is in your hands. By eating a balanced, healthy diet and starting some exercise, Phentatrim will work with you to achieve your weight loss goals.

How many bottles do I need?

The simple answer is it depends on the amount of weight you’re looking to lose. As a guideline only, if you have 3-10lbs to lose, then 1 bottle; 10-20lbs, we recommend 2 bottles; over 20lbs, we recommend 3 or more bottles.

How do I take Phentatrim?

Take 6 capsules per day spread out in 3 separate doses: 2 capsules half-an-hour before breakfast, 2 capsules half-an-hour before lunch, and 2 capsules half-an-hour before dinner. Take each serving with 1-2 glasses of water.

Is Phentatrim vegetarian friendly?

Yes, Phentatrim is suitable for vegetarians. The capsules are made of HPMC, which is a derivative of vegetable cellulose. The capsules contain no preservatives, gelatin, wheat, gluten, animal by-products or starch.

Does Phentatrim contain caffeine?

No. Phentatrim does not use any stimulants. This makes Phentatrim suitable for those sensitive to caffeine and means it can be used any time of the day.

Can Phentatrim be prescribed?

Phentatrim is formulated using natural ingredients. Phentatrim is a supplement and not a medication, and does not require a prescription. Phentatrim does not contain harsh substances or chemicals often found in prescribed medications.

We cannot advise you about using our supplements alongside prescribed medications.

We would advise you to consult with your doctor if you are using prescribed medications, have an existing medical condition, or have specific concerns about using supplements. They will be able to provide advice that takes into account your personal medical history.

Who should avoid taking Phentatrim?

Those who have difficulty swallowing capsules are advised not to use Phentatrim. This is because glucomannan can be a choking hazard. The capsule must reach the stomach with ease, and the product cannot be removed from the capsule for consumption.

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, have a body mass index (BMI) of less than 18.5, or are under 18 years of age, you should avoid taking this supplement.