What is Nuphedragen?
When you are looking for something that will help you lose weight and give you an increased energy and motivation level, you may be considering trying Nuphedragen, one of many weight loss supplements on the market.
This product claims to help you lose weight by suppressing your appetite and giving you the motivation to eat a nutritious and balanced diet while also giving you the energy to exercise, thereby helping your overall weight loss goal.
Like other supplements, it claims to not use caffeine in their product however unlike many other supplements, it claims to use something even stronger and even compares this effect to that of cocaine, indirectly of course. All of this sounds very appealing and even realistic with the expectation of eating right and exercise thrown in but, does it work?
The ingredients in Nuphedragen include:
- DiCaffeine Malate, which is the ingredient that works much like caffeine only is much stronger;
- Chocamine, which is a cocoa extract and while good for you, isn’t proven to have weight loss components;
- Phenylethylamine, which work on the neurotransmitters in the brain to give you an overall good feeling;
- Synephrine, which has been compared to Ephedra and may slightly contribute to weight loss.
Of these ingredients, none are proven to be effective at helping someone lose weight with the exception of Synephrine. However, there is only 20mg of this ingredient which is definitely not enough to produce significant weight loss results. This is also the last ingredient listed, meaning that there is much more of the other ingredients in Nuphedragen than there is Synephrine.
Nuphedragen side effects
Not only is Nuphedragen not a very effective product but there are also quite a few side effects that come with this weight loss supplement. Due to the high potency of the DiCaffeine Malate, some users may feel jittery, anxious, nervous, restless, and may experience difficulty sleeping.
Nuphedragen will also interfere with certain medications such as MAOI’s, SSRI’s, NSAIDS, and antidepressants and so patients taking these should not take Nuphedragen.
Those with certain conditions should also not take Nuphedragen. Those conditions include: diabetes, hypoglycemia, high blood pressure, cardiovascular trouble, as well as some other conditions. These kinds of limitations are indicative of the fact that Nuphedragen is a serious supplement and may pose some risks if taken.
Nuphedragen – not a cheap solution
Even though it is a rather ineffective product and can cause some serious health problems, Nuphedragen is still one of the more expensive weight loss supplements on the market. Without any of the promised discounts on the site, one bottle of Nuphedragen costs $97.00 and one bottle contains 60 capsules. Because you are instructed to take 1 pill before breakfast and another before lunch, one bottle will only last you for 1 month, which does not make it a very good bargain.
The official website of Nuphedragen also promises that there are many discounts available however, you need to be lucky enough to visit the site on the days these discounts are being offered in order to receive them and there’s no way to know which days those are. The company also does not provide refunds on open bottles so once you determine that it won’t work for you, it’s already too late.