Xenadrine RFA-1

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Xenadrine RFA-1 was a discontinued Ephedra-based diet pill.  Xenadrine RFA-1 was one of the most popular brands of Ephedra-based diet pills. It’s a stimulant that reduces your appetite and causes you to burn more calories as well.  But, Ephedra was banned by the FDA after 2003. It was linked to many deaths. It causes your heart rate and blood pressure to go up. So, it can cause heart-attacks in people with weak hearts.

Xenadrine RFA-1 is no longer available in the USA.

Xenadrine RFA-1 was made by Cytodyne Technologies. Since it was discontinued, they have put an Ephedra-free product on the market, Xenadrine EFX.

Ephedrine has been shown to have serious adverse effects, include hypertension (elevated blood pressure), palpitations (rapid heart rate), neurophathy (nerve damage), myopathy (muscle injury), psychosis, stroke, memory loss, heart rate irregularities, insomnia, nervousness, tremors, seizures, heart attacks, and death.  Also, studies have shown that Ephedrine-based supplements only provide short-term weight loss.

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One Response to “Xenadrine RFA-1”

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Time July 7, 2009 at 4:57 AM

Like thousands upon thousands of other dieters Xenadrine RFA-1 was one of the diet pills I tried among a dozen plus diet cure alls that did nothing to help me lose weight fast. I bought into Xenadrine’s advertising but the results Xenadrine purports were not what I saw after repeated attempts at using Xenadrine to drop 32 pounds. Your best bet is to find more powerful diet pills with good reviews and that come with a satisfaction guarantee.