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1st Phorm Bliss

The Bliss Go Pack is a diet pill stack that is designed especially for women. According to the advertising the three supplements address hormonal issues such as the symptoms of PMS as well as give your energy a boost and help weight loss. The Bliss Go Pack includes Bliss 1st Phorm a fat burner supplement that is often bought as a standalone product.

This American supplement stack looks like the real deal and with a “110%” guarantee it looks as if you should be able to try without risk. We take an in depth look at The Bliss Go Pack and in particular the key supplement 1st Phorm Bliss to find out more.

1st Phorm Bliss Pros

  • Contains some good ingredients
  • Comes with an advertised money back guarantee

1st Phorm Bliss Cons

  • Expensive
  • Could cause dangerous side effects
  • Some negative feedback
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What you need to know about 1st Phorm Bliss

1st Phorm Bliss and the Bliss Go Pack are not straightforward weight loss supplements.

They contain a lot of ingredients, some of which are unproven for weight loss and even worse, side effects may be an issue. Many of the ingredients lack long term safety information and with the lack of research into the combination of ingredients, we feel that results are going to be unpredictable.

Side effect free solution?

Yes, some ingredients such as caffeine, green tea and the vitamins are great for health and weight loss but stimulants such as synephrine and mood altering drugs such as Damiana may have dangerous side effects. 1 st Phorm have provided a long list of cautions and warnings so are obviously expecting problems.

Expensive supplement?

In addition, we think that 1st Phorm Bliss and the Bliss Go Pack are very expensive. $65 at least for a month’s supply is a lot of money to fork out on something that may not work or may cause side effects.

Finally, we like the guarantee but without any information about this in the terms and conditions, we in turn cannot guarantee that you will get your money back as advertised.

Our Verdict

Overall we cannot recommend 1st Phorm Bliss or the Bliss Go Pack. These supplements are just not good enough or safe enough so we have no other option but to reject it.

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1st Phorm Bliss Review

1st Phorm Bliss Facts

  • You can buy 1st Phorm Bliss as a supplement in its own right or as part of the Bliss Go Pack.
  • 1st Phorm is a US company.
  • Bliss products are aimed only at women.

The Bliss Go Pack is a product stack aimed especially at women. It comes from US supplements company 1st Phorm who specialise in performance boosting supplements and with the neon pink Bliss logo and the female orientated advertising along with the women only before and after pictures, this is definitely one for the girls.

The Bliss Go Pack features three supplements that you can take together in accordance with some strict instructions provided by 1st Phorm. If you like clear instructions and a supplement timetable, you will probably enjoy using this stack.

1st Phorm Bliss is the principle supplement in the trio. This is a fat burner and energy enhancer so is the business end of the stack.

1st Phorm Bliss contains a lot of ingredients all in proprietary formulas so you do get the impression you are getting good value for money. These blends comprise of the Dynactive Complex, Neurocept, BioTherm Matrix and Bliss Fusion which all sound suitably technical and although listing the ingredients like this hides the true ingredient quantities, it does sound impressive.

The other two supplements are marketed as “add ons” to Ist Phorm Bliss. There is Opti Core a supplement that is supposed to help you relax by reducing the stress hormone Cortisol. There is also Thyrodrive – a supplement that is supposed to increase the thyroid hormones. The Thyroid gland controls the speed of the metabolism so the thinking is that increasing vital thyroid hormones will likewise increase the speed of the metabolism.

How to Take 1st Phorm Bliss

Morning Dose:
1-2 pills of Bliss (start with 1 pill and gradually work your way up to 2 pills per dose)
2 pills of ThyroDrive
Drink 16 oz. of water with each dose
Eat a meal 15-45 minutes later

Early-Afternoon Dose:

1-2 pills of Bliss (start with 1 pill and gradually work your way up to 2 pills per dose)
2 pills of ThyroDrive
Drink 16 oz. of water with each dose
Eat a meal 15-45 minutes later

Nightly Dose:

Take 3 pills of Opti-Core at least 45 minutes before you plan on falling asleep
Drink 12-16 oz. of water with each dose.

We have covered 1st Phorm supplements before including a male orientated supplement called Commander.

We have also covered woman’s only supplement 1 DB Goddess Prime.

All 1st Phorm supplements contain high numbers of ingredients and all come with this 110% guarantee.

Although we have yet to approve a 1st Phorm supplement – with all these ingredients they look quite dangerous, the company look reputable. 1st Phorm supplements are available from a wide range of outlets and we could not find any issues with the sales policy.

1st Phorm Bliss Concerns:

  • The side effects could be dangerous for some people
  • Will 1st Phorm honour the 110% money back guarantee?
  • Expensive. Could be a waste of money if side effects prevent you from taking.

What Does 1st Phorm Bliss Claim To Do?

You take the three products in combination because each one addresses different issues.

Bliss is a fat burner/ thermogenic diet pill which you take twice a day and is the principle product in the stack.

According to the product information it boosts the metabolism, knocks out diet busting cravings, supplies you with energy and helps balance hormones and all without side effects.

You also take Thyro Drive once a day to stimulate:

Thyroid production to naturally and safely optimize thyroid function to efficiently burn fat.

The third supplement is Opti Core which you take at night and according to the product information,

battles the nasty stress hormone Cortisol and helps you relax and sleep at night…

There is no evidence that any of this is true. There are no links to any clinical proof that these supplements will work in the way as described.

So Does 1st Phorm Bliss Work?

Nothing is proven and with the high amount of ingredients in 1st Phorm Bliss, let alone in Bliss Go Pack, effects are always going to be unpredictable.

So What Is 1st Phorm Bliss and What Are The Ingredients?

Bliss is the principle product in the stack and is available to buy as a standalone product.
Each capsule is equal to one serving. However you are advised to build up to taking two capsules each time once you have built up tolerance.

DynActive Complex: TM: (257 mg)

  • Caffeine Anhydrous: Where would the supplements industry be without caffeine! The World’s best known stimulant boosts energy levels and alertness but effects can wear off as you become accustomed to use.
  • Picamilon: Does not meet the statutory definition of a dietary ingredient and supplements containing Picamilion have been subject to warnings by the FDA.
    Source: http://www.fda.gov/Food/DietarySupplements/ProductsIngredients/ucm472881.htm
  • Hordenine: A stimulant compound in Bitter Orange, and is thought to increase fat burning. Can raise heart rate and blood pressure.
    Source: http://examine.com/supplements/Hordenine/
  • N Methyl Tyramine: Trace amine which is a favourite with bodybuilders because it is believed to stimulate the release of noradrenaline – the hormone involved in the flight or fight response.
  • Cocoa Extract: Mild stimulant, but not even as strong as caffeine and unlikely to make a significant impact to weight loss. Some studies in rats suggest it can lower cholesterol levels but no evidence it will do the same for humans.
  • Huperzine A: Huperzine-A is thought to be a cognitive enhancer and is often taken in smart pills or nootropics. It may help as a treatment for dementia and memory loss.
    Source: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/huperzine

NeuroceptTM: (187 mg)

  • Choline Bitartrate: Molecule found in eggs and believed to increase the production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the brain. Some people say it works as a stimulant but the dose sizes vary greatly. Can cause headaches if taken to excess.
    Source: https://examine.com/supplements/choline/
  • Sulbutiamine: Synthetic molecule made from two Thiamine (vitamin b1) molecules and bound together. May help improve fatigue.
  • Bacopa Monniera (50% bacopasides): Plant Chemical derived from Waterhyssop and believed to improve mental performance.
  • Beta Phenylethylamine HCL: More commonly known as PEA, this ingredient is derived from the amino acid phenylalanine. It is thought to increase alertness, aid in concentration and focus, and may also enhance mood, which are all arguably traits that dieters need help with in succeeding with their weight loss attempts.
    Source: http://www.livestrong.com/phenylethylamine-for-weight-loss/

BioTherm Matrix TM: (168 mg)

  • Green Tea Extract Green Tea: Green tea contains antioxidants called catechins. Studies have suggested that catechins and caffeine both increase energy expenditure by boosting the metabolism temporarily. Requires further investigation.
    Source: http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/70/6/1040.full
  • Coleus Forksohli (20% Forskolin): Also known as Plectranthus barbatus, this tropical plant related to the typical coleus species contains the active ingredient Forskolin, used as an ancient Indian medicine for centuries. Initial clinical studies have supported some claims but more research is required in the real world to prove the benefits for fat reduction.
    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forskolin
  • Cayenne Pepper Extract: There are claims that cayenne can have a metabolism boosting effect and it does raise body temperature for a temporary period as anyone who likes spicy food will know.
  • Dandelion Powder: Herbal extract that is primarily a diuretic and laxative.
    Source: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/dandelion.aspx
  • Synephrine: Chemical stimulant in bitter orange extract and often used in diet pills and it can be effective for weight loss. Some studies indicate that use of synephrine results in an increase in metabolic rate and energy expenditure, and moderate weight loss was seen in studies lasting over 6 weeks. However, there are real concerns about safety and the numerous side effects.
    Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22991491
  • Green Coffee Bean Extract: Contains caffeine. It was thought that this ingredient was a significant aid in weight loss but claims were based on false evidence and have since been discredited.
  • Guarana Extract: A berry that is naturally high in caffeine, it is often an ingredient in energy drinks and diet pills.
  • Diiodotyrosine: Precursor of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4.
    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diiodotyrosine

Bliss Fusion TM (78 mg):

  • Damiana powder: Herbal extract derived from wild shrub which grows in Mexico and often smoked for recreational purposes. Damiana often shows up in legal highs and it can cause adverse effects.
  • Ashwagandha: This plant is thought to lower Cortisol levels in the brain and body. Cortisol is a hormone produced during moments of stress, which has been associated with increasing weight gain, and making weight loss more difficult.
    Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23439798

Bliss also contains the following vitamins:

  • Niacin (as Niacinamide): (10 mg) 50% RDA
  • Vitamin B6 (as Pyrodoxine HCL): (3 mcg) 150% RDA
  • Vitamin B12 (100 mg): 1667% RDA

Does 1st Phorm Bliss Have Any Side Effects?

As well as the high number of ingredients in Bliss, if you take the Bliss Go Pack you will be consuming yet more ingredients all with the risks of side effects and many untested for long term health, safety and side effects.

Potential side effects may include:

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

Caution:
DO NOT USE if you are pregnant or nursing, prone to dehydration, exposed to excessive heat or have an allergy to iodine. Discontinue use immediately and call a physician if you experience chest pain, tremors, dizziness, severe headaches, nausea, irregular heartbeat or shortness of breath.
Consume a minimum of 130 ounces of water daily in conjunction with a healthy diet and regular exercise.

The product information continues,
“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 a 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.”

Any 1st Phorm Bliss Reviews From Customers?

Some customers feel that the Bliss Go Pack supports weight loss, increases energy and helps with hormonal imbalances,

This customer reported;

I love the product. It works great. I only really started it about 2 weeks ago and down 8 lbs. It has helped with my hot flashes as well

And,

This product is amazing! Gives me the energy I need to get through my day as I don’t take caffeine in any other way/form. It also significantly helps with hunger cravings and making me feel like I’m not always starving! Would recommend this to anyone!

Some customers have reported being offered free samples in exchange for a review so there are a high proportion of positive comments.

Not everyone is pleased.

I have been taking the Bliss weight loss and have not lost one single pound. Sad that I spent $130 for a product that has shown no results. I am happy for the people this has worked for but for me it was a waste of money…

And,

I really wanted this to work. Took it religiously and per the instructions (worked out, ate right, drank my water, & lots of rest). Sadly, I saw zero changes. Maybe because I do all of those things already…

This customer got a free sample in exchange for an honest review and did not pull any punches:

… I was nauseous from the product almost immediately, despite following the directions exactly. I drank lots of water with it and ate four small meals, just like the directions said, but it gave me the constant feeling of having low blood sugar all the time. I suppose that means it’s boosting my metabolism, but the headaches and nausea that it gave me were almost unbearable. I would say to do more research before buying, and to read all the fine print. It’s not recommended for people with any number of physical problems, which makes me wonder what exactly is put into it. ….
Disclaimer: I received this product at a discount in exchange for an honest review.

The problem with 1st Phorm Bliss and the Go Pack is that the high number of ingredients will cause unpredictable effects so it is impossible to gauge whether this supplement will work or even if it is safe. Some people may find that it helps weight loss/ energy levels but a high proportion will not experience the same benefits.

What About A Guarantee

If you buy direct from the 1st Phorm website you will be covered by a money back guarantee. 1st Phorm claim to offer your money back plus 10% if you are not satisfied. They also offer to refund the return postage costs.

Your best bet is to contact the 1st Phorm customer services dept via the website first and then return your unwanted product to:

1st Phorm International
Attn: Returns Department
PO Box 775217
Saint Louis, MO 63177

We have been unable to find anyone who has ever claimed a refund under the guarantee.

Where Can I Buy 1st Phorm Bliss?

Prices vary and 1st Phorm appears to be the only retailer so you cannot really shop around.

You can buy direct from the 1st Phorm website.

  • The Bliss Go Pack (3 x supplements all at 30 days’ supply) costs $99.00
  • If you wish to buy only 1st Phorm Bliss this price is reduced to $65.00

You can also buy the Bliss Go Pack on Amazon USA via 1st Phorm. This costs $119.00 and includes free shipping. However the guarantee is unlikely to apply on products sold via Amazon.

1st Phorm Bliss is not on sale via Amazon. You can only buy it as part of the Go Pack.

1st Phorm Bliss Frequently asked Questions

What is 1st Phorm Bliss?

1st Phorm Bliss is a weight loss supplement that can be used alone or as part of a package. It claims to boost metabolism, help reduce cravings and even help balance hormones.

What are the side effects of 1st Phorm Bliss?

1st Phorm Bliss is known to cause some rather unpleasant side effects such as vomiting, nausea, arrhythmia, palpitations, abdominal pain, elevated blood pressure, dizziness, headaches, anxiety, jitteriness and tremors.

What are the ingredients in 1st Phorm Bliss?

1st Phorm Bliss has a long list of ingredients… It contains caffeine, picamilon, hordenine, N-methyl-tyramine, cocoa, huperzine, choline bitartrate, sulbutiamine, bacopa monniera, beta- phenylethyanine HCL, green tea, coleus forksohli, cayenne papper, synephrine, green coffee bean, guarana, damiana powder, ashwagandha and vitamins B3, B6 and B12.

Does 1st Phorm Bliss work?

1st Phorm Bliss contains so many ingredients – most of them in unknown quantities – that the only thing we can say is that results will be unpredictable. Many of the ingredients have never been studied or clinically tested so there is no evidence of effectiveness for this product.

How much does 1st Phorm Bliss cost?

1st Phorm Bliss alone costs $65.99. You can also buy the Bliss Go Pack for $99.99.

Who makes 1st Phorm Bliss?

1st Phorm is a company based in the American Mid-West.

How do I take 1st Phorm Bliss?

During the tolerance assessment phase, take one capsule in the morning with water and another capsule five hours later. After the tolerance assessment phase, you may consider doubling the dose and take two capsules twice a day.

Can I take 1st Phorm Bliss if I have a health condition?

Do not use Bliss if you have a pre-existing medical condition including cardiac arrhythmia, high or low blood pressure, thyroid disease, recurrent headaches, seizures disorder, anxiety, depression, epilepsy, anaemia diabetes, glaucoma or if you have an enlarge prostate. You should not take Bliss if you are taking a MAO inhibitor, anti-depressants, aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine or any other medication.

Does 1st Phorm Bliss have a money-back guarantee?

There is a money-back guarantee on the product if bought directly from the 1st Phorm website.

How long has 1st Phorm Bliss been around?

We cannot find any details on this subject on the website.

Where can I buy 1st Phorm Bliss?

1st Phorm Bliss is available to buy from the official website or from Amazon.

Can I buy 1st Phorm Bliss in stores?

Bliss does not appear to be available in store.

How do I contact 1st Phorm Bliss customer service?

There is no phone number or email address available. You can fill a contact form on the official 1st Phorm website.

Are there any 1st Phorm Bliss coupons?

At this time, there are no coupons available for Bliss.

Are there any free samples of 1st Phorm Bliss?

1st Phorm does not offer free samples of Bliss or any other products.

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50 comments on “1st Phorm Bliss”

  1. Suzanne j Tharpe says:

    Hi
    I started this a week ago. I have lost a 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.

  2. Shauna says:

    Yup! GAINING WEIGHT! Day 3, I’ve cut back on eating and I’ve got a bit more energy but I step on the scale and it’s going UP! Not down! I will give it the full 5 days on and then going to complain to the company! I don’t need to gain anymore weight and pay money for it on top of that! NOPE!

  3. leslie says:

    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!

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