Dexyfen is a nonprescription diet pill originally both made and sold by GNC (General Nutrition Company) but appears to have changed hands to Image Sports. It is designed to be a fat burner as well as an appetite suppressant. These two benefits are meant to combine in order to produce an effect that will make it easier and faster for dieters to lose weight.
It appears that the product is in the middle of a transition in name. While the brand’s product is being sold on Amazon under the name “Dexyfen” and that name as well as the brand are clearly printed on the label, the official Image Sports website is selling the product under the shortened name of “Dexy”.
It is important to note that these are common claims made by weight loss supplements, but only a small few actually live up to their claims and do so without powerful unwanted side effects. Therefore, it is highly recommended that anyone considering the use of Dexyfen speak with a doctor before beginning its use. It is also a good idea to take a closer look at the ingredients so you will understand what is known about those substances through reputable research.
The Dexyfen to Dexy transition also appears to involve a change in the 555 mg product’s formulation. The original Dexyfen formulation was made of thiamin, niacin and the proprietary formula called the Ultra Concentrated Matrix. That was made of caffeine anhydrous, pausintystalia yohimbe bark, oryza sativa seed, menthe haplocalyx leaf, and zanthoxylum piperitum fruit.
However, the Dexyfen currently being sold on Amazon.com has a different formula, consisting of thiamin and niacin as well as a 555 mg proprietary formula called the Precision Dosed Ultra Concentrated Matrix. That contains the same ingredients, but in a different order. In this case, it is caffeine anhydrous, oryza sativa seed, menthe haplocalyx leaf, zanthoxylum piperitum fruit, and pausintystalia yohimbe bark. A slight alteration, but one that did not appear to affect the total number of milligrams in the proprietary formula for some reason.
That said, the latest incarnation, under the name of Dexy on the official Image Sports website contains: vitamin D3, niacin, Persia Americana fruit, sophora japonica (quercetin), caffeine anhydrous, kaempferia galangal rhizome, blue-green algae, opunta ficus-indica leaf, and aspidosperma quebracho-blanco bark.
The only ingredient that seems to have remained in the formula is the caffeine anhydrous and that has been downgraded from the third spot to the fifth. Moreover, the proprietary formula is now 750 mg and is called the Dexy Fat Burning Blend.