The strength of weight management support tablets is in its ingredients. FENFAST 375 is a non-prescription weight management formula. There is now no beta phenylethylamine in FENFAST 375. This pill was strategically developed for dieters who want to lose weight through a healthy combination of lifestyle changes. These changes can include a restricted calorie diet, regular exercise and other additional factors such as a focus on getting a good sleep at night and keeping stress under control.
Why is there No Beta Phenylethylamine in FENFAST 375 Anymore?
Though the formula once contained this ingredient there is no beta phenylethylamine in FENFAST 375 anymore. Instead was replaced by the ingredient L-phenylalanine. There are many reasons that the Intechra Health experts behind this formula chose to change these ingredients for many different reasons.
Primary among those reasons includes the solid and growing body of research to support its use. Now that there is no beta phenylethylamine in FENFAST 375, the L-phenylalanine provides a range of new benefits to the pill’s users. These benefits are backed by reputable research published in peer reviewed industry journals.
Research Supporting L-Phenylalanine Use
L-phenylalanine, the ingredient in this pill now that there is no beta phenylethyamine in FENFAST 375, is an essential amino acid. It is a protein building block. This substance occurs naturally in many areas such as meat, milk, eggs and fish, among others.
Among the scientific studies* conducted on this ingredient have been several showing that it can be beneficial in supporting dieters adopting a healthy lifestyle. The reason is that taking it promotes the release of cholecystokinin (CCK). CCK is connected with a decrease in food consumption in humans as shown in the research. When people eat less food, assuming they make the right food choices, it can become much easier to eat a lower number of calories. When fewer calories are consumed, the result can be a loss of excess weight.
That same human study showed that people taking L-phenylalanine supplements naturally reduced their daily food intake. When dieters combine a reduction in their food consumption with healthy food consumption, it becomes easier to reach weight loss goals.
For dieters, a difference like this can mean all the difference between a weight loss effort that feels impossible or one in which the challenges are far more bearable.
Why Does CCK Work That Way?
A later mouse study** illustrated why it was that the CCK produced that kind of response in the human dieters from the other research. That study showed that the CCK acutely synergized with amylin.
When mice were fed this substance, even the lean ones naturally cut back on the amount they were eating every day. The researchers behind this study pointed out that this evidence indicates that there is a great deal of potential for use of L-phenylalanine among obesity patients.
* A B Ballinger and M L Clark. “l-Phenylalanine releases cholecystokinin (CCK) and is associated with reduced food intake in humans: Evidence for a physiological role of CCK in control of eating”. Metabolism. June 1994:Volume 43, Issue 6, Pages 735–738. http://www.metabolismjournal.com/article/0026-0495(94)90123-6/abstract
** Trevaskis , James L., Victoria F.Turek, et al. “Multi-hormonal weight loss combinations in diet-induced obese rats: Therapeutic potential of cholecystokinin?” Physiology and Behavior. May 2010; Volume 100, Issue 2, Pages 187-195. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0031938410001009