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BiphedAdrene™, Complex Phenylethylamine Provisional Plus Aggressive Thermogenic Compound, Leads Super-Powerful "Diet Pill" Comeback
Date:1/3/2012

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- When the FDA removed Fen-Phen from the U.S. market in 1997 and Ephedra in 2004, U.S. consumers believed that powerful diet pills had become a thing of the past. Instead a huge, "underground," multi-billion-dollar market for amphetamine-like fat burners sprung up almost immediately, and it wasn't long before these types of products started quietly showing up in gym bags and medicine cabinets.

Demand for these "go-fast" pills has risen to such levels that local retailers like Wal-Mart, Walgreen's, and GNC are now carrying the high-quality, extremely effective versions of them, and leading the pack is Generix Labs™ newest product, BiphedAdrene™.

BiphedAdrene is a two-part system comprised of a unique "Complex Phenylethylamine Provisional" (for powerful appetite control, mood-elevation, and energy) and an aggressive thermogenic compound (for fat burning and stamina). Clearly created for consumers seeking successful weight loss and body fat reduction, this product is also attracting a new clientele: college students, fitness enthusiasts... even overstressed, exhausted homemakers who are all looking for something that can give them increased energy and a boost in stamina.

"Super pills" like BiphedAdrene are becoming hugely popular, but they're not for everyone. Because of the nature of their highly effective compounds, they were designed specifically for the significantly overweight... not those who just need to lose 5 or 6 "vanity pounds." And they should only be taken by those who are in overall good health, so check with your doctor before trying one of these super-powerful "diet pills."

If you want to try BiphedAdrene, check your local GNC or Wal-Mart. You can also order it directly from Generix Labs by visiting www.BiPhed.com.

And here's an inside tip: If you order from Generix Labs, make sure to use promo code INSTOCK. Why? Demand for BiphedAdrene has been so high the company has had difficulty keeping it in stock. As a way to apologize to customers who've been waiting to get their hands on a box, Generix is offering a $25 discount when you use that code. (Note: The INSTOCK promo code was still valid as of January 2, 2012.)

 

 

 


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