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Bliss Go Pack review

 

 

1st Phorm is the name of the company that specializes in weight loss supplements. Bliss is part of the Bliss Go Pack, which includes a pill for losing weight specially designed for women. The three supplements of the Bliss Go Pack are advertised as capable of giving a boost of energy and help them lose weight while addressing hormonal issues such as PMS.

1st Phrom Bliss is usually sold individually as a standalone. This product looks like the real deal and promises to make changes if you give it a try. But does it really live by its promise? We will take a closer look at this diet supplement especially formulated for women.

 

 

Bliss Go Pack Ingredients

The principal product in the pack is Bliss, which can be sold as a standalone. The initial dose is one pill per day. As you build up tolerance, you can take two pills. These are the ingredients of 1st Phorm Bliss Go Pack.

 

 

DynActive Complex: TM: (257 mg)

  • Caffeine Anhydrous: To boost energy.
  • Picamilon: Not really a dietary supplement and the FDA has warned the public about its use.
  • N Methyl Tyramine: Trace amine though to stimulate the production of noradrenaline.
  • Cocoa Extract: Slight stimulant but never as much as caffeine and unlikely to help with weight loss.
  • Hordenine: Stimulant thought to increase fat burning.
  • Huperzine A: It is thought to be a cognitive enhancer.

 

NeuroceptTM: (187 mg)

  • Choline Bitartrate: Molecule found in eggs and believed to increase the production of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter.
  • Sulbutiamine: Synthetic molecule that can help improve fatigue.
  • Bacopa Monniera (50% bacopasides): Believed to improve mental performance.
  • Beta Phenylethylamine HCL: Thought to increase alertness, concentration, and focus. It also helps enhance mood.

 

BioTherm Matrix TM: (168 mg)

  • Green Tea Extract: It contains catechins, their antioxidant and boosts metabolism.
  • Cayenne Pepper Extract: Apparently this ingredient boosts metabolism by temporarily increasing body temperature.
  • Dandelion Powder: Diuretic and laxative.
  • Synephrine: Studies suggest an increase in metabolic rate and expenditure of energy.
  • Coleus Forksohli (20% Forskolin): Probably promotes fat burning but more studies are needed to prove this effect.
  • Green Coffee Bean Extract: Was thought to be effective for weight loss but claims have been discredited. Contains caffeine.
  • Guarana Extract: A common ingredient in diet pills and energy drinks; contains caffeine.
  • Diiodotyrosine: Stimulates the production of T3 and T4 thyroid hormones.

 

Bliss Fusion TM (78 mg)

  • Damiana powder: Herbal extract usually smoke for recreational purposes.
  • Ashwagandha: Lowers levels of Cortisol, a hormone produced during stress that slows weight loss.
  • Vitamins: Niacin (as Niacinamide) (10 mg), Vitamin B6 (as Pyrodoxine HCL) (3 mcg), and Vitamin B12 (100 mg).

 

 

Bliss Go Pack Bliss Claims

You are supposed to take the three main products because each one addresses a different issue.

According to the product description, you take Bliss, the principal member of the stack, to boost metabolism, supply necessary energy, decrease appetite, and help balance hormones.

You take Thyro Drive once a day to help the thyroid gland promote fat burning.

Opti Core, the third supplement is the one that lowers the production of cortisol, the hormone that makes fat burning more difficult. It also helps to relax and to sleep well.

These are the basic claims for Bliss Go Pack but they cannot be proved because there are no conclusive clinical studies to support such claims.

 

 

Bliss Go Pack Guarantees

The 1st Phorm official website offers a money-back guarantee. According to the product’s website:

If you are unhappy with any 1st Phorm product for any reason or your results with it, it can be returned for a FULL REFUND + 10% (minus shipping costs).”

The only way you have of claiming this guarantee is contacting 1st Phorm via chat. If the chat is not available at the moment, you can leave them a message. But you must do so within 30 days of your purchase.

You can also give them a call at 1.800.409.9732. As you claim this guarantee, the company promises to make no questions and make it with no hassle.

 

 

PROS

  • One pill per day
  • Offers a money-back guarantee

CONS

  • There is no clinical proof if it actually works
  • Expensive
  • It has side-effects
  • Product is no longer available
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How Much Does Bliss Go Pack Cost?

The Bliss Go Pack costs a total of $99, but if you just want the Bliss alone, the price drops to $65.99.

 

 

How to Take Bliss Go Pack

The manufacturers suggest you take all the members of the pack for optimal results. This is the recommended dose:

In the morning (15-45 minutes before a meal)

  • 1 or 2 pills of Bliss.
  • 2 pills of Thyrodrive
  • Drink each with 12 – 16 oz of water

In the early afternoon (15-45 minutes before a meal)

  • 1 or 2 pills of Bliss
  • 2 pills of Thyrodrive
  • Drink each with 12 – 16 oz of water

At night (45 minutes before sleep)

  • 3 pills of Opti-Core.
  • Drink each with 12 – 16 oz of water

 

 

Does Bliss Go Pack Work?

There is no clinical proof that Bliss or any of the products in the Bliss Go Pack will actually work. With that amount of ingredients, one thing is for sure and that is that the effects will always be unpredictable.

 

 

Is Bliss Go Pack a Scam, Or Is It Worth The Money?

1st Phorm Bliss and the other products have no clinical studies to support their claims. I cannot say that the ingredients are safe for a healthy person as effects can only be unpredictable. However, 1st Phorm is very confident on how it works and a look at their company can tell you it is not a scam.

As if it is worth your money, do consider that the pack (and the standalone Bliss) can get pretty expensive. It might work for you if you are ok with risking side effects. There is also their 30-day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee. As usual, call the company to ask about the conditions of this guarantee.

 

 

What Are The Side Effects Of Bliss Go Pack?

Given the number of ingredients in the Bliss Go Pack, side effects are very likely to happen. Some of these can be:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Palpitations
  • Increased heart rate
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Jitteriness
  • Anxiety
  • Tremors

The product’s labeling has important cautionary information that must be taken into account. It says:

“DO NOT USE if you have any pre-existing medical condition. This includes, but is not limited to: cardiac arrhythmia, high or low blood pressure, heart, liver, kidney disease, recurrent headaches, seizure disorder, anxiety, depression, psychiatric or epileptic disorders, diabetes, pernicious anaemia, difficulty urinating, enlarged prostate, glaucoma or if you are taking an MAO inhibitor, anti-depressants, aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or products containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine or other medications or over the counter drugs containing stimulants or any other medication.”

 

 

Bliss Go Pack Concerns

We got some concerns about this product:

  • The side effects described above could be dangerous to some people.
  • We have not heard of anyone ever claiming the 110% guarantee so, will 1st Phorm live by their word?
  • The product is expensive.

 

 

Bliss Go Pack Customer Reviews

“Hi

I started this a week ago. I have lost an inch in my waist. But I did not drink enough water with it and became dehydrated. I am only trying to lose 10 to 15 pounds. I had to go off for a few days. Just to rehydrate. I never got to the full dosage. Just 2 Bliss and 4 Hydro-drive. I am starting it again today but drinking smart water with it and using Pedialyte for kids the powder and mixing it with water. Hopefully, that helps my lips are cracked as well.” (Source: dietpillswatchdog.com)

“I tried this twice now. I found my urine to be bright yellow (which is not good) and I gained 4 lbs. I was always having to pee ALL day long. My stomach made noises all day as well. This product is not for me at all!” (Source: dietpillswatchdog.com)

“So far I have been experiencing lots of bloating. Is that normal and from the opti-core bottle it smells kind of smelly not a pleasant smell is that normal too?” (Source: Amazon)

“I’m down 10 lbs since starting this 6 weeks ago. That might not seem like a lot, but for me that’s amazing. Mostly I feel better. I don’t know if it’s just because its summer, but I will keep this up through the winter to see if it continues to work. It is somewhat expensive.” (Source: Amazon)

 

 

Where to Buy Bliss Go Pack?

This product is no longer available on Amazon or on their website. 1st Phorm has discontinued the production of Bliss or the Bliss Go Pack. You can still find the other two products in the store though.

 

 

Final Decision On Bliss Go Pack

Considering that the product is no longer available, saying that I do not recommend this product might be unnecessary. Besides being expensive, it just has too many ingredients in all the supplements. The effects of using it are just too unpredictable.

When it comes to safety, nothing is above that. There are other supplements designed especially for women out there, with better results and lower price.

 

 

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