EPHALEAN - The Appliance of Science to Fat Stripping
**STRONGEST LEGAL FAT STRIPPER**
EPHALEAN EXTREME FAT SHREDDER is not for everyone. It is a MAXIMUM POTENCY formulation designed specifically for people who have struggled with traditional diets and exercise. If you are committed to the task of losing weight and traditional diets and exercise are not working then order EPHALEAN now.
*** WARNING*** this is not a OTC “diet pill” it contains maximum potency, maximum impact ingredients. It should only be used by Adults 21 and over who have 20 or more pounds of excess weight that they need to lose. If you only want to lose a few pounds to “tone up” then this is not for you.
** MAXIMUM POTENCY FORMULATION
** MAXIMUM IMPACT THERMOGENIC
**MAXIMUM EFFECT MULTI DIRECTIONAL T5
60 x Enhanced Potency Capsules per pack. Take 2 capsules every morning before breakfast with water. If you are working out as a part of your weight loss program then to burn more calories during exercise consider taking (on training days) as follows – 1 capsule with breakfast and another 1 x Ephalean 45 minutes before working out. It is the “Appliance of Science to Fat Stripping”. Each Pro Series Maximum Impact Ephalean capsule contains the highest quality - Anhydrous Caffeine 120mg, Capsicum 800mg (Capsicum Annuum) (100mg of 8:1 extract), Acetyl-L-Carnitine 50mg, Green Tea Extract 500mg (Camellia Sinensis leaves standardised to contain 95% Polyphenols 50mg of 10:1 extract), Niacin 20mg (125% NRV), Black Pepper Extract - Piper Nigrum (fruit) 5mg, Chromium 100mcg (250% NRV). Other Microcrystalline Cellulose , Silica, Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin Capsule. This product is designed for use by people looking to get into the best shape that they can be. It works best when used as a part of a total diet and exercise program..
MAXIMUM STRENGTH – MAXIMUM QUALITY – MAXIMUM BENEFITS
**SUPER POTENT - SUPER EFFECTIVE**
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