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  • ​What is Phen-Pro?


    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
    Thursday, April 05, 2012 12:30 pm Email this article

    "Phen-Pro" is the combination of phentermine and a low dose of one of the following: Prozac, Zoloft, Celexa, Luvox , trazadone or Effexor. 

    The second medicine is necessary because phentermine used alone stops working after a few weeks. 

    The second medicine makes phentermine work longer and better. 

    Although these second medicines are also antidepressants, their use in the Phen-Pro combination has absolutely nothing to do with depression. 

    Phentermine is not addictive. 

    Phentermine is not "speed". 

    Phentermine does not raise blood pressure.

    The reason why some medicine is necessary for very overweight people is that obesity is mainly a consequence of a chemical defect in the brain making the sufferer too hungry. 

    Voluntary diet and exercise nearly always fail because no one is willing to go hungry day after day. 

    Appetite-control is essential for longterm success.

    Obesity is a serious disease, more threatening than high blood pressure or high cholesterol. 

    One third of the US population is obese. More than half is overweight. 

    Obesity is the fourth most common cause of death in the US responsible for 300,000 deaths per year. 

    No physician or patient can ignore it.

    Obesity is curable. 30% of my 1500 patients have reached ideal body weight. 

    The rest lost weight. 

    Four patients lost 150 lbs. 

    A dozen lost 100. 

    Virtually no one gained weight back. 

    One fourth were able to stop the medicines; the rest continue to take a maintenance dose.

    Phen-Pro was developed by Michael Anchors, MD, PhD, who holds the patent, and is: 

    Phen-pro has been discussed on: A study of phen-pro was funded by the Eli Lilly company and performed by Drs. Anchors , Selander, Padla & Brunson.


    Phen-pro is twice as effective as Xenical (orlistate) and far more effective than Meridia (sibutramine).

    Phen-pro may be taken indefinitely and no one gains weight back!

    Articles on the same subject can be found here:


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    On Feb 25, 2014 at 8:31 am tara73 wrote:

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    Hi I am a 5'3, 170lb woman and currently take 100 mg.zoloft daily. My dr prescribed phentermine 37.5 , should I be concerned about serotonin syndrome? Thanks!

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