1st Phorm Bliss review1st Phorm Bliss is marketed as a fat burner for women. It supposedly can boost metabolism, help users avoid cravings, and also balance mood and hormones. The manufacturer behind the “cutting-edge feminine thermo-lipolytic formula” claims that 1st Phorm Bliss is the “most advanced fat-burning thermogenic ever created specifically for women.” It helps women with struggles such as carb cravings, monthly hormone swings, and sluggishness.

This sounds promising, but you can really only know the potential effectiveness of a diet pill by looking at its ingredients. In the case of 1st Phorm Bliss, the ingredients in its formula include: Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, DynActive Complex: [Caffeine Anhydrous, Picamilon, Hordenine, N Methyl Tyramine, Cocoa Extract, Huperzine A], Neurocept: [Choline Bitartrate, DMAE, Sulbutiamine, Bacopa Monniera (50% bacopasides), Beta Phenylethylamine HCL] BioTherm Matrix: [Green Tea Extract (45% EGCG,75% Catechins, 90% Polyphenols),Coleous Forskohli (20% Forskolin), Evodiamine, Cayenne Pepper Extract, Dandelion Powder, Synephrine, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Guarana Extract, Diiodotyrosine], Bliss Fusion: [Damiana powder and Ashwagandha].

While many of these ingredients are found in many weight loss pills on the OTC diet pill market, the main trouble with this product is it contains many ingredients, which means that you’re not likely to receive any benefits from each individual substance because there likely isn’t enough of each in the formula to offer any advantage.

Furthermore, this product contains multiple stimulants, including caffeine and other ingredients containing caffeine (guarana and green coffee bean), as well as synephrine. Not only is this likely to increase the risk of unpleasant side effects like jitters, headache, anxiety, gastrointestinal upset, etc., but the FDA warns that combining syneprhine with caffeine can be a dangerous combination that increases the risk of serious side effects like high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke.

In addition, the official product page says that the ingredients have been “university-proven” to release and eliminate body fat that has been stored by increasing the number of calories the body uses each day. That almost sounds impressive, except for the fact that the statement “university-proven” essentially negates any credibility the 1st Phorm Bliss formula has.

Saying something is university proven means absolutely nothing in this case. Even if the official website for this diet pill product was trying to say that the ingredients in the formula were clinically studied by a university, they don’t mention the name of said university, nor do they provide any references to backup their claim. To put it simply, there is absolutely no evidence that any of the ingredients in 1st Phorm Bliss will help a woman achieve weight loss.

Users are instructed to take 2 to 4 capsules every day, but are encouraged to first test their tolerance by taking only 2 pills daily to start. Users should take 1 pill with 16 ounces of water 30 – 45 minutes before their first meal and 1 pill, 5 hours later, with 16 ounces of water 30-45 minutes before their next meal. 1st Phorm Bliss is recommended for healthy adults between the ages of 21 and 55, but is not safe for everyone. It is strongly recommended that you first speak with your healthcare provider before taking this product.