Anorex-SF marketed under multiple brands including Leptoprin is a well hyped aggressively mass marketed weight loss supplement .
Made by Klein-Becker. Anorex-SF, is stimulant free version, or without Klein-Beckers’ original Ephedra based fat burner, Anorex. As you may know, Eephedra was banned by the FDA after celebrity athletes 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.
Clearly, where there are signs of claims that are seemingly too good to be true a red flag should be raised. Our editors and experts’ research revealed that the FTC reported in its press release that ” Ads for Various Diet Supplements and Topical Gels Don?t Cut the Fat, Says the FTC. Companies Do Not Have Adequate Substantiation to Support the Claims” . And the U.S. Federal Trade Commission charged (actual excerpt):
” …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….”
Here, there are clear issues powerful FTC concerns. Thus, we urge consumers to take caution and review other diet aides with less troublesome track records. Finaly, the last important question in our research was how effective was the newer Anorex-SF? vs. the original Ephedrine based diet supplement? Does it deliver the same thermogenic and appetite supressing abilities as the original diet pill? How well does it work? Is Anorex-SF? the right product for most consumers?