PhenElite is a diet pill manufactured for a company called Boost Marketing Group, and is sold and distributed by various third party online retailers, including the omnipresent jungle; Amazon.
Boost Marketing Group is not a company known in the supplement industry and its name suggests it doesn’t have much to do with them, other than as a revenue stream. And yet somehow Amazon has labelled PhenElite a top seller.
We’d say Boost Marketing is good at marketing but not so good at the supplement side, because regardless of it being a “top seller” it’s not a very good diet pill.
Phen Elite in Detail
Whoever came up with the blurb that get’s dumped on sales pages like Amazon (with little grammatical accuracy we might add) claims that PhenElite is an “industry leading” product.
Outfits like this are fluent in false claims and hype, so there isn’t much to say in detail other than it would be an absolute miracle if the pills could do what they say they can.
The recipe posted on the sales pages shows 9 ingredients. They include fat burners, appetite suppressants and antioxidants.
All of the ingredients have been used in similar products time and time again, however there are only really two that are proven to have a significant fat reducing effect: caffeine and green tea.
Here’s an idea of the kind of claims made about PhenElite on its sales pages:
- Fast Weight Loss
- Hyper-Metabolising Fat Burner
- Appetite Suppressor
Ingredients in PhenElite
For every 2 capsules of PhenElite, there is 1200mg of the following ingredients:
- African Mango extract
- Raspberry Ketones
- Green Tea extract
- Acai Fruit extract
- Apple Cider Vinegar powder
- Grapefruit powder
Individual dosages are not known, as this is a proprietary blend. However, if the manufacturers are following the rules, the list above should at least be in descending order of inclusion quantity. That is to say African Mango should be the largest inclusion and Grapefruit powder is supposed to be the smallest.
The majority of customers do not experience negative side effects beyond the minor caffeine-related ones that stimulant sensitive people sometimes feel.
There are people who should not use PhenElite: pregnant and breastfeeding women, children under eighteen, elderly people and people with medical conditions.
Anyone taking medication by prescription should consult their doctor before taking any dietary supplement including this one.
Is PhenElite Recommended?
It won’t be a stretch for you to understand by now that we do not recommend PhenElite. The product has not been effective for us and we doubt it could be with the recipe used.
Caffeine and green tea are useful ingredients for burning fat, but they don’t make it worth buying a marketing company’s product from websites that have thousands of fake user reviews.
We recommend only the best weight loss supplements to our readers, and PhenQ is the best supplement in this class of products.