From the desk of...
George Spellwin - Founder
Dear Friend and Fellow Athlete,
Today I’m posting Dr. Field Farrar from TestStackRx.com a profile on the FDA-approved drug Contrave, titled Stacking Two or More Diet Drugs to Incinerate Your Body Fat. Contrave is one of the newest weight-loss drugs on the market, it's made up of a stack of two older drugs: bupropion and naltrexone. This is similar to how Dr. Farrar formulated his own diet pill Anorectant No.10 which is a stack of 10 different fat burning compounds and how he showed you how to stack it with insulin in his highly controversial cutting cycle called the Clenbuterol/Anorectant No.10 and Insulin Cycle.
Recently, I stacked Contrave with the doc's new fat burner Anorectant No.10, and DAMN! Not only did I instantly feel energized, almost like taking a sensible dose of Adderall, but, within 4 weeks I was able to bring my body-fat from 10% down to 7%! I can't advise you to stack the two, but I can share my experience. Be careful though - Anorectant No.10 is already really strong so make sure to begin with only 1 capsule and work up from there.
I find it really refreshing that Dr. Farrar would write an unbiased article that actually quite favorable reviews a diet pill that competes with his own new Anorectant No.10 diet product. Please find Dr. Farrar’s article below...
Yours in sport,
Stacking Two or More Diet Drugs to Incinerate Your Body Fat
From the desk of Dr. Field Farrar
Founder of TestStackRx.com
Phone: (888) 852-8091
Email Me: [email protected]
My name is Dr. Field Farrar. Founder of TestStackRx.com. Yesterday I told you guys about some FDA-approved diet drugs that have been on the market since the early 1900's, including the nastiest side-effects caused by some of the drugs. Today, I want to share with you one of the newest FDA-approved drugs that actually works with minimal side-effects. The latest FDA-approved drug is sold under the brand name Contrave. It works by suppressing your appetite. It doesn't do much for burning fat by stimulating your metabolism or elevating your body temperature, but, one of the good things about this drug is that it can be stacked with Anorectant No.10 which will help with that.
New FDA approved weight loss drug Contrave…
Would you believe that not until 2012 did the FDA approve a new diet drug after taking a 12-year hiatus? All diet drugs come with significant risks, but the FDA finally admitted that the dangers of the obesity epidemic are so high that they had to approve something new and something that works. Contrave being one of the newest.
What is Contrave?
Contrave was approved by FDA in 2014. It is manufactured by Orexigan and was developed to help manage weight in obese or overweight adults with weight-related medical problems . Along with diet and exercise, this drug works within the brain’s behavior reward center to suppress appetite and food cravings.
What’s in Contrave?
Contrave is made up of two older drugs 'stacked' together: bupropion and naltrexone. Bupropion is an antidepressant medicine, sold as Wellbutrin, that can also be used to decrease appetite. Naltrexone is usually given to block the effects of narcotics or alcohol in people with addiction problems . Naltrexone also works to curb hunger and food cravings. Bupropion can also be used to help with quitting smoking.
Contrave works by increasing levels of dopamine and norepinephrine to provide more energy, motivation while decreasing the desire to eat. Needless to say, the fewer calories you consume, the more your body works at producing energy from your existing fat, which in return boost metabolism.
Does it Work?
During its clinical trial, those who took Contrave along with following a diet and exercise program lost 9% to 15% of their body weight. Trial patients who were solely on the exercise program lost an average of 5% of their body weight .
It's important to note that Contrave will not treat any weight-related medical conditions like - high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol.
What can you stack it with?
Anorectant No.10 is my new and insanely effective diet pill that dissolves your body fat faster than the summer sun melts an ice cube. The name Anorectant - is derived from the word anorexiant - which simply means diet pill. The number 10 in the name comes from the ten ingredients - most of which are not found in anything else on the market today and all of which are still legal - for the time being.
Contrave can be stacked with Anorectant No.10 since the former is more of an appetite suppressant and the latter is more of a metabolic stimulant and thermogenic enhancer that elevates your body’s temperature to burn fat – although Anorectant will curb hunger as well.
While Contrave does work it should be noted that it does come with some serious side effects. Along with side-effects that are associated with anti-depressants, Contrave’s side-effcts also include: 
- Suicidal behavior and ideation
- Increase in Blood Pressure and Heart Rate
- Blurred vision
- Feeling sad or empty
- Trouble concentrating
- Trouble sleeping
Stacking Contrave with Anorectant No.10 will help to subside some of the listed effects like trouble concentrating, feeling sad, and, increased blood pressure.
Dosage and Price
After starting out at a lower dose, the standard dose of Contrave is two tablets in the morning and two tablets in the evening. A one month supply which is 120 tablets, at the strength of 8mg naltrexone/90mg bupropion can cost about $269 .
And that’s not considering the cost of the doctor’s visit, the time wasted driving there, the time waiting to be called in, and the time it takes to pick up the prescription. Time is money, am I right?
Let’s compare it with Anorectant N.10
A standard dose of Anorectant No.10 is two capsules a day. One bottle contains 60 capsules (a 30-day supply) would only cost $187. That is the price without the special discount I'll tell you about later this week, so be sure to check your email from me and George.
Why waste time making an appointment, driving to the doctor’s office, waiting 30 minutes to get called in, to have then a 15-minute conversation to beg for weight loss pills? (When you might be turned down because the doc tells you you’re not obese!) There are alternatives, and Anorectant No.10 is the best one.
Last year, Orexigen (makers of Contrave) released data claiming Contrave prevented heart attacks and strokes, which isn't the case. Oxrexigen is still facing the consequences .
Former FDA deputy commissioner Joshua Sharfstein is calling for U.S. regulators to propose restrictions on the drug, Contrave, to counter the "misleading information" from the California company, Forbes reports .
The data not only fails to show a cardiovascular benefit for using Contrave but on top of that, can't establish that the product is even a safe, long-term option for obesity.
CEO Mike Narachi used the results from the studies 25% mark to file for a patent. It was made public so they could have an advantage over Qsymia and Belviq (profiles for both coming in the next few days). Since it was misleading the researchers canceled the trial, and a new study won’t be ready for a long time (2020). During this period, 55,000 doctors have written more than 765,000 prescriptions for the weight loss drug Contrave .
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