Anorex is an over-the-counter diet pill. It is suppose to increase your metabolism so that you burn more calories during your day. You may have seen the TV commercials for this diet product. “If you’re simply looking to lose 5 to 10 vanity pounds then Leptoprin is not for you.”
Anorex-SF marketed under multiple brands including Leptoprin is a well hyped aggressively mass marketed weight loss supplement . It is made by Klein-Becker. Anorex-SF, is a stimulant free version, or without Klein-Beckers’ original Ephedra based fat burner, Anorex. As you may know, Ephedra was banned by the FDA after dieters died after using Ephedra based products.
Anorex-SF claims include that it is ” much too powerful for the casual dieter” and that is helps the dieter ” overcome your genetic predisposition to obesity”. This product sounds incredibly powerful, defeating our DNA based predisposition to obesity it seem rather unbelievable.
Where there are signs of weight loss claims that are seemingly too good to be true a red flag should be raised.
Anorex (Leptoprin) works to mitigate your body’s storage and use of fat and provide you with the weight loss you’ve been looking for.
It’s related to Ephedra a kind of stimulant that is believed to cause your body to burn more calories. It works for many people, but there are some health risks. Anorex is an alternative to Ephedra.
You may experience the following side effects during the first week you are taking Anorex (Leptoprin), tremors, anxiety, dry mouth or insomnia.
The price of Anorex (Leptoprin) is unusually high compared to other diet pills. Anorex (Leptoprin) is marketed and packaged in a way to make it resemble a prescription drug. Many feel this is deceptive.
The FDA cracked down on Ephedra, requiring that warning labels be placed on bottles. It was linked to the death of a professional baseball player, Baltimore Orioles’ Steve Bechler. The FTC found that ” …Anorex …respondents violated the FTC Act by making unsubstantiated fat and weight loss claims, false claims that clinical testing proves certain efficacy claims, and false claims that Daniel B. Mowrey, Ph.D, is a medical doctor….”
Need we say more about Anorex’s checkered weight loss claims and history with the FTC?