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PhenObestin 37.5 Can Help Make Bathing Suit Season Less Stressful
Date:5/24/2013

Germantown, MD (PRWEB) May 24, 2013

A recent study by research group Harris Interactive found that more than half of America dreads the upcoming bathing suit season. Almost 138 million people are fearful of pulling on their costumes when the weather heats up due to weight issues and a quarter admit they feel pressured to lose weight when the mercury rises. PharmaCo Labs recommends that those anxious about their size consider the over the counter weight loss pill PhenObestin 37.5 as part of an overall effort to improve diet and exercise habits ahead of peak swimsuit months.

PhenObestin 37.5 is an all-natural alternative to weight loss drugs such as Phentermine and requires no prescription. It is ideal for those who dread appearing in a bikini or Speedo because it has been clinically proven to help dieters lose weight quickly and effectively. Studies show it can reduce calorie intake by as much as 60% and help dieters lose up to 25lb more per month than dieting alone.

PhenObestin 37.5 is a potent mix of natural compounds and ingredients known to trigger weight loss. In studies, it has been proven to be as effective as Phentermine prescription weight loss medication, without any of the unwanted side effects.

For those already worked up and stressed out about bathing suit season, PhenObestin 37.5 is eminently practical, as it not only contains compounds from the cocoa plant to reduce appetite and boost metabolism which accelerates healthy weight loss, it also works as a mood booster. The compounds stimulate dopamine levels which can keep the mood swings and depression associated with dieting and poor body image at bay.

In addition to the cocoa plant extracts, a series of other powerful ingredients can help to reduce swimsuit anxiety and set dieters on the path to comfortable
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