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Leptiburn Review - Does This Fat Burner Work?

By Summer Banks on Oct 17, 2016

We’ve heard a lot of talk about a product called Leptiburn, so we did one of our in-depth reviews. We took a close look at ingredients, clinical research, customer service and side effects – in addition to the comments customers leave about Leptiburn. After a closer look, we summarized everything to give you just the information you need.

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What is Leptiburn?

First off, Leptiburn is a fat-burner containing green tea extract, irvingia gabonensis, 5-Hydroxytryptophan [1] and aframomum melegueta seed. You take two pills, twice a day. The product supposedly helps burn fat. The supplement is easy to take on-the-go.

Biotrust Nutrition, the makers of Leptiburn, was founded in 2001. The supplement is sold on the official website and through online retailers. We like the good BBB rating and that we located a few positive customer comments, but read on…

Three bottles of leptiburn and still not...at my fat-loss goals. How much time does it...need to work?

Weight-Loss Ingredients – “Effective?”

The first concern related to Leptiburn ingredients. You need more than one good thing to sell a weight-loss product. “If you take the supplement twice a day, as suggested, you may notice a slight boost in metabolism from the green tea extract (which is good for more than weight-loss [2],” says our Research Editor. “Though this is our favorite one, others in the formula have little scientific support.”

A dieter reported, “Leptiburn was not for me. Felt nausea upon taking theses tablets.”

“I didn’t lose any weight using this product…in fact I gained a few pounds. I also do aerobic exercises everyday for one hour and thought that would be helpful especially after the “cheat” day,” commented another.

A few buyers did see results. One said, “It’s not a miracle product there are things you must do i.e., exercise, eat right, and if you do, it works!”

According to another dieter, “It does seem to reduce hunger pangs and give you more energy, but I have not lost weight yet.”

Leptiburn Side Effects – “Jitters?”

Customers said the Leptiburn side effects came from the amount of caffeine [3] in the supplement. “After taking LeptiBurn for 2 days I had a nagging headache, was feeling nausea, shaky, and unable to think clearly,” reported a customer.

“My heart is racing [4] for over 5 hours now what should I do?,” said another.

We did find a positive comments from users. She says, “No side effects experienced.”

Another stated, “I have been on Leptiburn for about 2 months, and have no side effects at all. ”

Based on our research, if a single part of a diet program is flawed, like causing negative side effects, the chance of long-term success is minimal. If Leptiburn does cause adverse reactions, that could be something to consider.

The Science – “Any Evidence?”

Leptiburn claims ingredients are added in “scientific amounts”, but that’s not the same as being clinically proven. Studies on the website are not as supportive as we’d like to see, but we do know the caffeine and green tea [5] are two of the better additions to the formula. At DietSpotlight, research is a critical part of choosing the best product. No science and we take down the green flag.

Also: read our Leptigen Weight-Loss Kit review »

The Bottom Line – Does Leptiburn Work?

Will Leptiburn help you lose those pounds? Well, we like the longevity of the company and that it uses some natural ingredients, but we’re concerned that there’s no research supporting the claims. We’re also hesitant about this one because of customer reviews talk about negative side effects and lack of results.

If you want to enhance weight-loss, you may want to try a supplement with multiple ingredients supported by published scientific research.

Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. The formula is a proprietary blend of four ingredients, which have been shown in published clinical research to help accelerate fat loss and boost metabolism. We can’t find any talk of harmful side effects and comments around the web indicate people are seeing great results.

The makers of Leptigen are so confident in their product they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is a good sign.

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About the Author:

Summer Banks is an ISSA-Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist and has reviewed over 2000 diet products. She has years of nursing training, experience as a manager responsible for 15 supplement brands, and completed coursework on Food and Nutrition from Stanford University. full bio.

How Does Leptiburn Compare?

Previous Leptiburn Review (Updated February 6, 2014):

Leptiburn - What You Should Know

LeptiBurn is a weight loss supplement from Biotrust Nutrition supplement line. According to Joel, BioTrust Nutrition co-founder, leptin works as the dominant hormone controlling functions of all other weight loss hormones. Increasing leptin production and restoring leptin sensitivity would, in theory, promote weight loss and help dieters break through weight loss plateaus. There is little doubt that leptin is significantly intertwined with appetite and weight control, but can an herbal formula alter leptin levels and leptin sensitivity to promote weight loss?

List of Ingredients

Ingredients:
  • Olive Leaf Extract
  • Brown Seaweed Extract
  • Irvingia Gabonensis Extract
  • Panax Notoginseng Extract
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Yerba Mate Extract

Product Features

BioTrust Nutrition does a fantastic job of breaking down the LeptiBurn formula and supporting how the ingredients promote weight loss with clinical research on its official site. Several of these ingredients are found in other diet products Meta Ignite, but als some that are unique to this formulation. There’s even a dedicated page with a long list of clinical references for consumers with questions about the efficacy of the supplement. We decided to do a little research of our own to see if the ingredients in LeptiBurn are as effective as BioTrust Nutrition claims them to be.

Olive leaf extract has some clinical support as an antibiotic, antioxidant and anti-hypertensive, but BioTrust Nutrition focuses on the extract’s ability to stimulate GLP-1 (glucagon peptide-1). We were able to locate a study by Eamon P. Rafferty, et al published in Scientia Pharmaceutica in 2011 supporting this claim. The study reported a 48% increase in plasma GLP-1 in rats given olive leaf extract. GLP-1 is associated with insulin sensitivity and decreased appetite, but ileal cells release GLP-1 when nutrients like carbohydrates, proteins and fats hit the small intestine. LeptiBurn is taken on an empty stomach thus the effects could help signal a feeling of fullness before the morning and afternoon meals essentially reducing the amount of food intake to promote weight loss. Another product that BioTrust offeres to help with weight-loss is BioTrust Low Carb Protein Powder.

Brown seaweed extract is a good source of fucoxanthin and iodine. Fucoxanthin has been named in numerous clinical studies on weight loss – most of which use rats as the study group – with positive results. Human studies are not as readily available, but we were able to find one study on obese, non-diabetic women with normal liver fat levels and no indication of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease that showed fucoxanthin, when paired with pomegranate seed oil, promoted weight loss. LeptiBurn does not contain pomegranate seed oil. Biotrust Nutrition mentions a study claiming fucoxanthin decreases leptin levels. If LeptiBurn increases leptin levels why add an ingredient that decreases leptin levels?

Irvingia gabonensis is an excellent source of fiber. Fiber is commonly added to weight loss supplements to slow digestion and promote satiety. There is some evidence the seed extract can help lower high cholesterol, but weight loss studies are not as conclusive, and not to the extent Cholestoff would. BioTrust Nutrition mentions a study that shows irvingia gabonensis increases leptin sensitivity by reducing C-reactive protein. We found the study published in the journal Lipids in Health and Disease. According to the study, participants were given 3,150 mg of irvingia gabonensis extract daily as 1,050 mg three times a day. LeptiBurn supplies just 300 mg of the extract taken as 150 mg twice daily. There is no comparison between the clinical study and the amount of extract supplied by LeptiBurn – there is simply not enough irvingia gabonensis.

Panax Notoginseng, also known as panax pseudoginseng, is not the same as panax ginseng. Clinical animal studies have shown panax notoginseng significantly reduces bleeding time. The extract may also have liver protective qualities. BioTrust Nutrition quotes a study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology in 2010 claiming panax notoginseng produces an anti-hyperglycemic effect as a result of improved leptin sensitivity. The study administered 200 mg/kg of panax notoginseng saponins by injection to lab rats genetically prone to diabetes. In a 200-lb human the amount of panax notoginseng required to produce comparable results would be more than 18,000 mg. Saponins are secondary metabolites found in panax notoginseng. Panax notoginseng was not injected as a whole extract.

Green tea extract and yerba mate extract are, in our opinion, the best ingredients in LeptiBurn. Both are clinically supported in human weight loss. Other fat burning products with similar ingredients are Phytodren and Shred Jym. Green tea extract is an excellent source of caffeine and EGCG and yerba mate is a source of caffeine. BioTrust Nutrition mentions these ingredients supply caffeine, but the total amount of caffeine supplied is not noted. Dieters sensitive to caffeine may need to exercise caution when taking LeptiBurn or any supplement containing caffeine. A similar product, Zantrex, also contains Caffeine to help boost metabolism, but is unclear with how much caffeine is actually in the product.

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Advantages with Leptiburn

  • All ingredients and amounts in LeptiBurn are listed online.
  • Green tea and yerba mate may promote metabolism and weight loss.

Disadvantages with Leptiburn

  • Not all studies used to support LeptiBurn were completed on humans.
  • The total amount of caffeine supplied per serving is not listed.

Conclusion

BioTrust Nutrition claims LeptiBurn will increase leptin levels, promote leptin sensitivity and help the dieter lose more weight. Clinical evidence for some of the ingredients, from a human perspective, are lacking in some cases. Other similar weight loss products that lack significant proof of clinical evidence are Trimspa and Anatabloc, and have no direct connection to weight loss. We like their satisfactory BBB rating, the strong dose of green tea extract and the addition of caffeine, but we would like to know just how much caffeine the dieter is taking. When taking fat burning supplements, to increase success in weight-loss, it's best to combine the supplements with daily workouts like Stronglifts.

Leptiburn Questions & Answers:

We combed through hundreds of user comments and experiences to offer you this helpful FAQ.

What are the side effects of Leptiburn?

Leptiburn side effects may include elevated blood pressure, [1] jitters, headaches, dizziness, nausea and insomnia, based on user comments.

What is in Leptiburn?

Leptiburn ingredients are olive leaf extract, brown seaweed, irvingia gabonensis, panax notoginseng, green tea and yerba mate.

What is the active ingredient in Leptiburn?

The active ingredient in Leptiburn is green tea.

Does Leptiburn work?

The official website for Leptiburn claims the product is scientifically proven. We were unable to find any published studies on the supplement, but a couple of the ingredients do have support. Green tea, has been shown to boost metabolism [2] and energy, but the effectiveness isn’t specific to this formula.

How much does one bottle of Leptiburn cost?

One bottle of Leptiburn costs $69. If you order three, the price drops to $64 each. You can earn a further discount to $59 if you purchase 6.

How do you take Leptiburn?

You should take two Leptiburn capsules twice daily. Each bottle contains 60 servings so it will last one month. You may want to drink a full glass of water with each serving.

Can I take Leptiburn if I have a health condition?

The answer to that question is between you and your doctor. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking prescription medications, are under 18 years of age or you have a medical condition, call your physician before starting Leptiburn or any other diet supplement, for that matter.

What do users like about Leptiburn?

Some users like that the company has been around for a number of years and there is the strong Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating.

What do users NOT like about Leptiburn?

We found users who complained about the price being too high. There are reports of negative side effects and some did not see any weight-loss after taking Leptiburn.

Is Leptiburn safe for vegetarians?

Yes, there are no animal products in the formula, and the capsules are made with vegetarian-friendly ingredients.

How long before I can expect to see results with Leptiburn?

The official website recommends using the product for at least 60 days to see optimal results.

Who makes Leptiburn?

BioTRUST Nutrition is the makers of Leptiburn.

How do I contact Leptiburn customer service?

You can contact Leptiburn customer service by emailing support@biotrust.com through the official website, calling 1-800-766-5086 or by mailing letters to BioTRUST Nutrition 111 Congress Ave. Suite 400 Austin, TX 78701.

Can I contact Leptiburn through social media?

Yes, you can contact Leptiburn through Facebook and Twitter.
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Leptiburn User Tips:

Leptiburn is a weight-loss supplement from Biotrust. The formula is said to work on Leptin to promote change. Sometimes there are little quirks here and there and that’s where user tips come into play.

 

“I had to cut the recommended daily dosage in half because I developed heart “flutter” (I’m 68) and had trouble falling asleep at night.”    Gord

 

“It’s not a miracle product there are things you must do i.e., exercise, eat right…”    Ronald

 

“No pill is going to MAKE you lose weight, they can only assist you.”    Chelsea

 

“You have workout in order to lose weight ! You can’t just take this and expect the weight to fall off!”    Donna

 

“If you have any medications that you are taking, make sure you check with your doctor before taking.”    Sarah

 

“You DO have to follow a good carb and calorie reduced food plan. It only works in conjunction with that.”    Connie

 

“The nausea is temporarily relieved by eating something.”    Alda

 

“It is advisable to check with your Health consultant if you have any medical problems, this is noted under Caution on the bottle of LeptiBurn but not so clear in the advertising articles.”    Mary

 

“Must drink a lot of water with each dose and make sure to eat as well. That seemed to help the nausea for me.”    Mia

 

“There is no substitute for changing your eating habits and workout habits to get to the shape you want to be in.”    Tom

 

Leptiburn Side Effects:

We live in a world of natural weight-loss supplements, but natural doesn’t always go hand in hand with no side effects. With any formula there is a chance an individual will feel an adverse reaction, and while Leptiburn side effects are infrequent, some people may have different reactions than others.

Jitters

Jitters are a feeling of restlessness or nervousness that causes mild to severe shaking when muscles are in use. Some may describe the sensation as “twitching” or “spasms”. Symptoms may change from day to day.

What causes jitters?

Jitters (or shakes) can be brought about by any number of reasons. A rapid drop in blood sugar may cause a jittery reaction as your body will shake until it receives the sugar it needs. Autoimmune disorders could cause the jitters, as well as certain ingestible substances such as caffeine or medications.

Anxiety

Anxiety is just a broad term describing a number of symptoms like nervousness, worry, fear, and apprehension. Anxiety has a strong effect on how we behave from one day to the next, often manifesting real physical symptoms. [1]

What causes anxiety?

Anxiety can be caused by any number of physical, medical, or psychological conditions. Rapid heartbeat and dizziness are often linked with anxiety, sometimes leading to a panic attack. Neural circuitry associated with the amygdale (which controls emotions such as fear and anxiety) and hippocampus, is thought to be the underlying factor in anxiety.

Insomnia

Insomnia is the inability to sleep, stay asleep, or receive a get a good night’s rest. This common disorder can be acute or chronic. Acute is much more common, usually triggered by stress or traumatic events. Chronic insomnia will last significantly longer, typically a side effect of a greater issue. [2]

What causes insomnia?

Insomnia is usually triggered by depression, stress, or anxiety. Other factors include conditions such as hyperthyroidism, heart failure, or chronic pain. Disruptions in circadian rhythm such as jet lag, high altitudes, or temperature can also cause insomnia.

Migraines

Migraines are moderately sharp pains in the side of the head which usually come with their own set of symptoms. They are a collection of extremely incapacitating neurological factors which mostly affect just one side of the head.

What causes migraines?

Hormonal changes in the body can cause migraines, as well as lack of sleep or food. Most people are genetically predisposed to migraines. Nausea, pain in the temples, and seeing spots are typical side effects of a bad migraine.

Leptiburn side effects are limited, although insomnia, migraines, anxiety and other symptoms have been reported. It’s always best to be safe, so if you are under the age of 18, pregnant or nursing, taking medications, or have a pre-existing health condition it is best to consult a doctor before taking supplements.

 

 

When it comes to side effects, stimulants like caffeine can cause a few issues. Though mentioned only rarely, there are a few that we found associated with Leptiburn. These are not commonplace.

 

“The caffeine has me wired. My teeth are grinding, legs are bouncing, hands won’t still. I won’t be going to bed anytime soon.”   Amber

 

“I have been on Leptiburn for 2 weeks, it has made me wired and jittery.”    Robyn

 

“I’ve been getting headaches in the afternoon.”    Erica

 

“My muscles ache, kidneys ache, my eye sight if foggy/blurry , a bit wired and have lost no weight…Disappointed.”    Mike

 

“It gave me migraines, which never experienced before, and palpitations as well jitters, and anxiety attacks,”   John

 

“Had absolutely no effect on me except to make me sick to my stomach.”    Monte

 

“I had to cut the recommended daily dosage in half because I developed heart “flutter” and had trouble falling asleep at night.”    Gordon

 

“I had severe diarrhea. Stopped for about 1 week then started again just to make sure it was the Leptiburn and again I started with diarrhea.”    Doreen

 

“Leptiburn was not for me…Felt nausea upon taking theses tablets.”    Michelle

 

“I just can’t take it. I’ve tried it for several days. It makes my heart feel I’m going to have a heart attack. Pulse is very fast and I am experiencing heart flutters.”    Allen

 

“I haven’t been able to sleep. Also, my heart beats really fast for the last 2 hrs.”    Eva
There are far too many people who feel they have to settle for side effects to lose weight. There are products out there clinically shown to help with weight-loss that aren’t plagued by reports of horrible side effects – like Leptigen.

Leptiburn Scientific Abstracts:

Green Tea Extract

30% of the dry weight of the leaf was found to be rich in promoting flavanoids, including catechins and their by-products. The greatest amount of catechin found in green tea is epigallocatechin-3-gallate, which has been reported as being crucial for possessing anticancer and antioxidant traits. It has been suggested that GT bolsters periodontal health by preventing bone resorption, reducing inflammation, and limiting the growth of some bacteria that is related to periodontal diseases. [1]

Irvingia Gabonensis Extract (IGOB131)

The goal of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of irvingia gabonensis (IG) seeds on weight-loss promotion. The MBW (mean body weight) of the participants was decreased by 5.26 ± 2.37% (p < 0.0001) and the placebo participants by 1.32 ± 0.41% (p < 0.02). The difference between the placebo group and the IG group were great (p < 0.01). In addition, the obese participants using the IG showed a substantial decrease in total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL-cholesterol, and an increase of HDL-cholesterol. It was concluded that irvingia gabonensis may find applications in weight-loss. [2]

150 mg of irvingia gabonensis administered twice a day before meals to obese or overweight human participants showed favorable impacts on body weight, as well as a variety of criterion that are characteristic of the metabolic syndrome. Irvingia gabonensis extract may have helpful applications in treating obesity, insulin resistance, hyperlipidemia, and their co-morbid conditions. [3]

5-Hydroxytryptophan

Therapeutic use of 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) circumvents the conversion of LT into 5-HTP by the enzyme tryptophan hydroxylase, a rate-limiting step in the fusion serotonin. If taken orally, 5-HTP is well absorbed with 70% landing in the bloodstream. It effectively raises central nervous system synthesis of serotonin and crosses the blood-brain barrier with ease. In the central nervous system, serotonin levels have been involved in the regulation of depression, sleep, anxiety, appetite, sexual behavior, temperature, aggression, and pain sensation. Administration of 5-Hydroxytryptophan for therapeutic purposes has shown to be an effective tool in treating an array of conditions including binge eating associated with obesity, depression, chronic headaches, fibromyalgia, and insomnia. [4]

Aframomum Melegueta Seed

The ethanolic extract of aframomum melegueta (grains of paradise) have been studied and evaluated for inhibitory function on cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) enzyme. Bioactivity-guided fractionation had displayed the most active cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitory component in the extract was [6]-paradol. Another component ([6]-Shogaol) was the most active inhibitory in pro-inflammatory gene expression assays. In one study, the whole extract lowered inflammation by 49% at 1000 mg/kg. Inflammation was reduced by 20, 25, and 38% due to major gingerols from the extract. Aframomum melegueta extract had shown anti-inflammatory traits due to inhibition of COX-2 enzyme and the expression of pro-inflammatory genes. [5]

Leptiburn claims to offer "Advanced Fat-Burning Hormone Support." At the heart of the product is support for leptin sensitivity and levels. There are quotes from various doctors who claim the formula is made with the best ingredients, but BioTrust Nutrition doesn't share any clinical research.

Leptiburn Ingredients and Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Serving Per Container: 60
Amount per Serving % DV
Green Tea Extract (45% EGCG) 500mg *
Irvingia Gabonensis Extract (IGOB131) 150mg *
5-Hydroxytryptophan 100mg *
Aframomum Melegueta Seed 40mg *

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, rice flour, magnesium stearate, sililcon dioxide

We thoroughly researched the Leptiburn ingredients to give you the important facts.

Green Tea Extract

Unlike black and oolong varieties, green tea is unfermented. This herb is well known for its health benefits. In fact, it has been used to lower blood pressure, treat high cholesterol levels, boost immune system health and assist with obesity. It’s also called camellia sinensis, and is used in many dietary supplements.

What is it Supposed to Do?

Often green tea is said to help boost metabolism and reduce body fat. It contains EGCG (antioxidants) and the stimulant caffeine. This tea may also increase energy levels and improve mental focus.

Clinical Research

Some research has linked green tea to heart disease prevention. For instance, a 2006 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association concluded that, “Green tea consumption is associated with reduced mortality due to all causes and due to cardiovascular disease but not with reduced mortality due to cancer.” [1]

Irvingia Gabonensis Seed Extract

Commonly known as African mango fruit, irvingia gabonensis is a tree that grows in Central and West Africa. The seeds of this fruit are often used for medicine. This plant has been used to treat obesity, diabetes, and high cholesterol levels.

What is it Supposed to Do?

The claim is that irvingia gabonensis helps promote a feeling of satiety, while lowering fat and cholesterol levels. Often this extract is used in over-the-counter diet supplements. It’s sometimes combined with other herbs to promote weight-loss.

Clinical Research

According to NCBI.gov, “Irvingia gabonensis induced a decrease in weight after two weeks and after one month. Although the percentage of body fat was not significantly reduced with both placebo and IG, the waist circumference and hip circumference were significantly reduced by Irvingia gabonensis.”

5-Hydroxytryptophan

Commonly called 5HTP, 5-hydroxytryptophan is a byproduct of l-tryptophan. It is sometimes used to treat depression, sleep disorders, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, PMS symptoms, down syndrome and even obesity.

What is it Supposed to Do?

5-Hydroxytryptophan is often added to diet products and weight-loss supplements to help elevate mood. This can potentially aid with weight reduction, since it may help prevent stress eating.

Clinical Research

WebMD states that, “Some clinical research shows that taking 5-HTP by mouth improves symptoms of depression. Several studies have found that doses of 150-3000 mg daily for 2-4 weeks can improve symptoms of depression. Some early research shows that 5-HTP might be as beneficial as conventional antidepressant therapy for some people.” [2]

Aframomum Melegueta Seed

To begin, aframomum melegueta is also known as grains of paradise. It is a spice, and is similar to ginger. This herb grows in West Africa, and is often used in cooking or food preparation. However, this component is also used in some supplements.

What is it Supposed to Do?

Well, aframomum melegueta may help reduce excess body fat and treat obesity. However, it appears that more clinical studies are needed to determine this.

Clinical Research

Some research revealed that, “Aframomum melegueta appears to have some anti-diabetic and anti-obese mechanisms, although neither are remarkable (the one human study conducted in humans has confirmed an increase in metabolic rate, but required both cold exposure as well as brown fat on the person in question as prerequisites).”

Science is a big deal when it comes to ingredients in weight-loss supplements. Take Leptigen, for instance. It contains ingredients like Meratrim and ChromeMate that have strong clinical support.

126 User Reviews About Leptiburn

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  • 1
    Your Michelle

    Leptiburn was not for me .. Felt nausea upon taking theses tablets … Did have weight loss during the month of taking tablets ..Unfortunarley had to stop them as I was feeling sick.. Bio Trust happily refunded my money and I found them to be very professional when dealing with my issues . Thank you Bio Trust for your support ..

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    Summer (Editor)

    I’m glad you were able to get your money back Michelle. It’s always nice to see a company that’s there for it’s customers. Another company like that is Leptigen. Clinically tested, customer-supported and company-backed – rare in this business.

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  • 2
    raquel ramotar

    My heart is racing for over 5 hours now what should I do?

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Raquel. If you continue to have these side effects, please consult with your physician before continuing to take leptiburn.

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    Your Name

    Go jog or walk

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  • 3
    Christine

    I have list three stone since mid November, that’s just over four months so I am well pleased and this is the longest I have stuck to a duet. I feel a major factor is giving up wheT products which I love but leptiburn seems to have taken away my craving for them which i alwYs experienced in the past

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  • 4
    Chelsea

    You have to use Leptiburn correctly for it to work. Sure it does have caffeine, but I just lowered the dose. It does help to lose fat IF YOU ARE working out and eating a proper diet. I work out and eat a mainly vegan diet, but once I started taking the pill I noticed it was A LOT easier and faster to see results. I take one to two pills per day. I think what this pill does is activates your metabolism and makes your fat more susceptible for being burned away. No pill is going to MAKE you lose weight, they can only assist you.

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    Your Name

    Exactly!!!!! Thank You….

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    Donna

    You have workout in order to lose weight ! You can’t just take this and expect the weight to fall off! Common sense here people! I have had NO side effects with this pill!

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    Your Name

    Call customer service. It was the easiest refund ever when I did not like effects of another product.

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  • 6
    Tami

    Wow, this is shocking, all of this. I have no ties to Biotrust other than my use of Leptiburn. Last year I started taking Leptiburn in February. I had no side effects to speak of and from February until August I lost two pounds each month. I stopped taking it because I was down to 108 lbs, (2lbs less than my target weight) and really didn’t want to loose anymore. Over the winter I gained back 5 lbs. I started taking it again in March. I only lost 1 lb in March but I lost 4 lbs in April. I really don’t want to loose too much more so I am going to continue with it at half the recommended dose. I can take at 8 Pm if I eat dinner late and I can sleep if I choose to or I can stay up. However, I did not expect to take these supplements and be lazy and eat like a pig. I have decreased my intake, especially snacking between dinner and bedtime as it does decrease my appetite. I am also exercising 3 to 5 days a week. So, it is not a miracle drug but I have had great results – no hair loss, no heart problems. But then again, I also do not suffer from a thyroid imbalance nor am I a cardiac patient.

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  • 7
    ANDREA

    Sarah, they tell you to consult your Doctor

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  • 8
    Andrea Lofts

    I have been using leptiburn for a month. It does seem to reduce hunger pangs and give you more energy, but I have not lost weight yet. I have found its best effect is stopping me wanting to sleep after lunch (embarassing during meetings at work!).

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    Karen (Editor)

    Hi, Andrea. You may want to try combining Leptiburn with Leptigen for more effective results. Click above for the Leptigen sample.

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    Arthur

    So why is it not working then????

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  • 9
    Tiffany

    I took Leptiburn from January 2014-April 2014. I went from 177 pounds to 150 pounds. I took two pills twice a day, and made sure to eat within 30 minutes after doing so. I also followed, very specifically, the diet calendar that was suggested. It was not easy to do, but for any diet plan to work, it is imperative to have the will power to change your diet. There is never going to be a pill out there that you can take with out making healthier choices in either dieting or exercise. The pills are a booster and a booster only, if you keep eating like crazy or do not exercise they aren’t going to work, no pill will. I had zero side affects and I have suggested both the diet plan and the Leptiburn pills to many people. I give it 4 stars instead of 5, for the simple fact I don’t want anyone getting the idea that this pill will be a lazy way for someone to lose weight, because that’s not how it works. I also used the my fitness pal app to help me track my calorie intake every day.

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    mauricia

    I started taking Leptiburn on November 2 2015. I have no side affects and it’s already One month. And One week. And I lost 16 pounds. I have no side effects and continue to eat healthy and exercise. Today I’m 180 pounds.

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  • 10
    Elsie

    I am a diabetic on insulin. How will that react to my bony. Or any bad side effects?

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Elsie. Please consult with your physician before taking leptiburn to make sure it is safe for you to use.

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  • 11
    Your Name

    What currency are maybe the currency difference is what did that?

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  • 12
    Rosy

    Dispute it with your credit card company as incorrect amount billed.

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  • 13
    Stephanie

    Is leptiburn ok for 13 years old to take

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Stephanie. Leptiburn is not intended for a 13 year old. Please consult with your doctor before taking this product.

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    Gigi

    Is it ok for 12 year olds to take and how much is it in £ please??!

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    Your Name

    Hi Gigi
    Divide the dollar amount by the exchange rate which is at the moment 1.57 that should the total in pound. I have just order 3 months for myself. Am not sure if it suit teenage. I would check with GP. Good luck

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    Michelle Marshall

    My question is – how many tablets are in each bottle ?
    Thank you,
    Michelle

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Michelle. Each bottle comes with 120 capsules.

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    maygan

    60

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  • 15
    Carla nunziante

    How can l order leptiburn

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    Rich (Editor)

    We placed Leptiburn’s info in the Q&A section

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  • 16
    Rachel saunders

    where can i buy leptiburn in QLD. AUSTRALIA

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    Rich (Editor)

    Hi Rachel, we compiled info and other common questions about Leptiburn in the Q&A section.

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  • 17
    Your NameANDREA

    Why will you keep taking them? when you can get your money back.

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  • 18
    Chad Patel

    How much caffeine is indeed in Leptiburn……and, what happens if accidentally taken less than 6…..six…..hours….before going to bed?!

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    Rich (Editor)

    Chad, though the exact amount isn’t listed there is caffeine in both the green tea and Yerba Mate Extract.

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  • 19
    ANNMARIE WAITE

    iam pre diabetic, insulin restistant w/30% decrease in kidney function. iam about 25lbs overweight. would leptiburn assist in weight loss for me? currently iam on metformin x2 daily

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Annmarie, please consult with your physician before taking leptiburn to make sure it is safe for you to use.

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    Your Name

    I have been using Leptiburn for about 3 weeks now with results. However, my blood sugar is up by 11 points in the morning. I am going to continue to use this product for one more week and then measure the results.

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    George Bodill

    Hi Annmarie Waite, I have not tried using Leptiburn yet however as you are Type 2 diabetic on metaform tablets with reduced kidney functioin tablets already the GFR rate- – reduced kidney function I suggest you go on a Low Carb diet. Never eat following 6 foods, potatoes, rice, pasta , white and wholemeal bread, cakes biscuits icecream pastries, watermelon and lyches and softdrinks/soda, fruit juices and beer. You will loose weight. To improve kidney function drink water plus eat 1/2 can of asparagus every day then do the blood test Also follow the advice in this video by the editor – no processed foods – eat more oats,almond nuts,olive oil, avocados and eat more fish that meat meals and cut out red meat to once per month I have reversed my Type 2 diabetes now for two years lost 21 kilograms about 44 pounds

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  • 20
    Cathy

    Is it safe to use LeptiBurn if you have an underactive thyroid and you are
    taking thyroid medication?

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Cathy, please consult with your physician.

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    Your Name

    I am on thyroxine and take lit urn, I have lost three stone in just over four months, I feel so well too and most of my arthritis pain has gone

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    Your Name

    I take thyroxin too, have been taking Liptiburn and pro-x10 for over a month and haven’t lost anything, in fact I have gained weight? I am sending it back and I want my money back.

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello. For product order returns, please refer to the leptiburn official website for more information.

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  • 21
    Your Name

    These ingredients sound so funny. Are you kidding: lol

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  • 22
    M03W41

    Hi I’m from nz can I use this well breastfeeding get back on my email address kind regards

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello, it is not recommended to use this product while breast feeding.

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    Karen (Editor)

    Hi. Please be sure to always ask your doctor before starting any weight loss supplement.

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  • 23
    Sylvia

    Is the reason it is not working for me because I may have hashimoto disease. I have taken it for a month with absolutely no change in me. I am severely disappointed

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    Your Name

    Just eat healthy, and smaller portion that’s all, don’t allow to put more chemicals in your body

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  • 24
    Rachel

    I’ve been taking leptin burn for 2 days now and feel really really energetic and active. Been feeling more positive and less depressed. These are my honest opinions by the way

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  • 25
    Taylor

    I haven’t received any confirmation email and every single email I’ve sent has not been responded to. If I get charger the $150 because they refuse respond…

    [Reply]

    Candace (Editor)

    Hi Taylor. We’re sorry to hear this. We have listed the company’s contact info in our Q&A section for your convenience.

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  • 26
    Gary Sinay

    You should have stopped taking it immediately. It only took me 3 days before I had strange feelings and I sent it back.

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    Your Name

    Did they return the money as they stated they would?

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  • 27
    Rich (Editor)

    Hi Laurika, If you want to get in touch with the company we included their info in the Q&A Section.

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  • 28
    mamokete

    Where and for how much can I obtain leptiburn in south Africa?

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello. For product ordering inquiries or sales locations, please refer to the activia official website for more information.

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  • 29
    Margaret Shepherd

    How does it affect Asthma and Diabetes?

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  • 30
    Lu

    Can I still take Leptiburn if i am a teenager (14 to be exact)?

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  • 31
    Alida

    This product is making me nausiated. Is this common

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Alida. Some dieters have claimed to feel nauseous. If you continue to have these side effects, please consult with your physician before continuing to take leptiburn.

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    Nan

    People will get nauseous from the green tea extract. So they need to make sure its not taken on an empty stomach

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    Your Name

    It was doing that to me too. I’ve found if you drink plenty of water and eat with each dose it helps a lot 🙂

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    Donna

    The first day I took bio trust liptiburn I had noticed that I wasn’t thinking about food I felt more relaxed cause of it, I was active .

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    Your Name

    I”ve been using it for 5 days. I too feel nausea so only do 1 pill at a time. The nausea is temporarily relieved by eating something, also I feel sluggish. I will try increasing water intake.

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  • 32
    Marcia Hasbrouck

    I am taking Leptiburn and need to know if there are any negative interactions with my diabetes drug Farxiga that my Dr. just put me on. I live in Japan and my Dr. doesn’t know anything about Leptiburn…he isn’t into supplements per say. I just want to be safe and healthy! Please help.

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  • 33
    Marvalee Osborn

    This is the 1st product I have tried that actually works! I have dropped 20 pounds and several inches off my stomach and waist in a very short time and have kept it off. I have had NO side effects and feel great for my 75 yrs!
    I am a true believer of IC-Leptiburn! Thanks Bio trust!!

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    hopeful

    congratulations, I just started taking Leptiburn, not IC-Leptiburn version, and wondered if you changed your diet or increased your exercise as part of dropping the 20 lbs you mentioned losing and how long you were on the product. Thanks in advance for your reply.

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  • 34
    Beverley Norton

    I have been taking IC-5 Leptiburn for around three months I have not seen any improvement in my weight I only wanted to lose ten lbs. Please do not send me any more bottles. I have two bottles on my shelve now. Thank you. Please note their must be a lot of caffeine because my sleep has been affected.

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    Eva Kolb

    Hi, Today is my first day using LeptiBurn and I have had a tough night. I do not drink coffee at all because I can’t sleep at night if I take it. I couldn’t find the amount of caffeine contained in each pill. As instructed, I took 2 pills with breakfast and 2 with lunch at 13:30hrs, and I haven’t been able to sleep. Also, my heart beats really fast for the last 2 hrs.

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Eva. If you continue to have these side effects, please consult with your physician before continuing to take this product.

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  • 35
    Missy

    I found the ad for Leptiburn on Facebook and decided to give it a try. I only had about 10 pounds to lose, those last “stubborn” pounds. The first month I did great, felt great and lost the weight. This is now the second month and I am not feeling so great. I read the side effects and now feel that I am experiencing some of them. I am very pleased with the product as it seems to have helped with those last few pounds but sure hate the side effects. Everyone should use caution and research any product before buying, which is a no-brainer anyway. I am hoping that the weight stays off but I have changed my eating habits and work out faithfully, so it should.

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  • 36
    Steve

    Don’t buy it. It’s not worth it. Eat sensibly and DON’T eat fast food. Exercise HARD 3 times a day. Drink lots of water.

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    Steve

    *sorry I meant exercise HARD 3 times a week.

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  • 37
    Steve

    I have finished 3 bottles of leptiburn so far.

    From start to finish I have lost 50 lbs. But I can’t say this is all because of this product. First, I got smart about what I was eating/drinking. I also started using other weight loss supplements like green tea, etc. and had lost around 35 lbs by now.

    Then I came across leptiburn and was still dieting hardcore. Having said that, it appealed to me that maybe Leptiburn could keep my leptin levels up while I dieted and keep me from hitting a weight loss plateau.

    But 3 bottles later, I am sorry to say I have not noticed any significant contribution from leptiburn in my weight loss efforts. I have been taking MANY other supplements at the same time and if leptiburn failed to “burn” the fat off of my middle DESPITE me still being sensible about what I was eating, then I’m not sure what exactly I have paid for.

    I exercise and hit the gym hard. I count my calories very very carefully and basically am using the same diet that helped me lost the initial 50 lbs. So I’m sure it’s pretty safe to say my diet is good. But if I’m still seeing fat around my middle (yes – even after losing 50 lbs), then I’m sorry leptiburn hasn’t really done it’s job so well.

    Listing peer-reviewed journal articles to support leptiburn on the biotrust web site is all good, and their presentation is VERY convincing, but we have to ask: are all these peer-reviewed journal articles about studies conducted on HUMANS?

    I still respect biotrust but at the same time finishing THREE bottles of leptiburn and still not having arrived at my fat-loss goals has forced me to be on the fence at best about this product. How much time does it really need to work? I don’t remember how many capsules there are in a bottle but at 4 capsules a day (2 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon) and 3 bottles, you do the math.

    I would not buy this product again or recommend it to friends. This is not to say Biotrust isn’t a good company. Maybe they DO have the best intentions at heart but I’m sorry I haven’t seen any results.

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    Erica

    Hey what diet aare you on and what do.you.eat and do

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    Linda

    I took Lepti Burn for about three month ..didn’t lose any weight ! My liver enzymes were always normal but are elevated now ! I threw the rest of the pills in the trash !

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  • 38
    Brigitte

    I am going to try the good old fashion way
    Eating less , exercising more

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  • 39
    Irene

    I bought LeptiBurn without proper investigation because BioTrust promises 100% refund. Refund is dependent on many conditions. Further the only good thing is BioTrust strict low carb, low glycemic food diet plan and exercise. This plan is hard to follow and stick to it. Like Atkins plan many get sick on low carb diet. The diet plan alone will produce results, but it is unstainable.

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  • 40
    CarlaVC

    Intelligent and very helpful comment, Tom. really appreciated it. Thank you.
    Carla

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  • 41
    Beth neff

    Would this product be a heathy choice for a obese person with diabetes ?.

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Beth. Please consult with your physician before taking leptiburn to make sure it is safe for you to use.

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    Rich (Editor)

    Hi Beth we have a few concerns about the product’s effectiveness and science. As far as diabetes, only your doctor can advise you on such matters.

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  • 42
    Alan Bird

    I haven’t actually purchased any yet because I must first discover if Leptiburn has adverse effects on blood pressure. Could you by any chance let me know?

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Alan. Please consult with your physician before taking leptiburn to make sure it is safe for you to use.

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    Rich (Editor)

    Alan, some dieters reports side affects including fatigue and jitters. You may want to consider contacting a physician before you continue using Leptiburn.

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  • 43
    Benn Micheletti

    How do I find out what happened to my order?

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    Rich (Editor)

    Benn If you’d like to contact Leptiburn we included their contact information in the Q&A section.

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  • 44
    Brenda Stevens

    Should Leptiburn be ingested on it’s own or combination with IC-5 and Why ?
    Looking forward to your reply..

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Brenda. For detailed product instructions please refer to the official leptiburn website for more information.

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  • 45
    lauren

    That was a very helpful review, thank you!

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  • 46
    Trish

    One more thing to add….once I stopped the grains and wheat (thus drastically lowering my carb intake) and eating more healthy fat, my appetite naturally came under control!! I can now easily resist over-eating because I start feeling sick to my stomach if I don’t stop. I guess that is the leptin problem fixing itself. Hopefully, over the next month, I can start losing weight again. I still have 20 lbs to go.

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  • 47
    Trish

    Thanks so much for these comments! I’ve been at a weight loss plateau for a year and was thinking of trying leptiburn. But I certainly don’t want the side effects described here! Probably the best change I’ve made is to go completely off wheat (all processed foods) for the last month. I’m noticing a lot of health improvement, although I haven’t loss and more weight. Dr. Davis’ “Wheat Belly” is a big eye opener. My next book to read it “Grain Brain”…apparently there’s something harmful in modern wheat that gets through the gut and through the ‘brain barrier’. I have noticed that my mental state is better 🙂 and I’m sleeping more deeply. I feel calmer. Plus, my skin is less blotchy (I’m not using any advanced face care products).

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  • 48
    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Olga. Please consult with your physician before taking leptiburn to make sure it is safe for you to use.

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  • 49
    Chris

    Dude, you are way out of bounds on your comments. I can guarantee you that your lifestyle is the reason you are not seeing results. The purpose of Leptiburn is to curb appetite so you can restrict calories- Lepitburn does a great job of this. There are so many other factors that come into play if you are trying to lose fat. Notice I said FAT, not weight. For those that are hopping on the scale expecting a lower number every time, you got it all wrong. Don’t focus on weight, focus on fat loss. Biotrust products are the best in the marketplace from my experiences. Best ingredients for sure. yeah their prices could be lower but then again you get what you pay for in life….

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  • 50
    Glenn Sossin

    I’ve been taking for approximately 6 months, no change in exercising, lost approx. 35 lbs. Gained a few back over past 35 days – thanksgiving / Christmas/new years, but still happy with the results. My wife also takes it. She lost approx. 5-6 lbs that she was trying to work off for 10 years. She is a health nut and trys to work out everyday.

    Overall – happy, but wondering if there are any long term effects.

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Glenn. Please consult with your physician before taking leptiburn to make sure it will not cause future effects.

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  • 51
    Eileen

    I didn’t lose any weight using this product…in fact I gained a few pounds. I also do aerobic exercises everyday for one hour and thought that would be helpful especially after the “cheat” day. The guys who developed this product make you watch these ridiculously long videos and try to sell you more and more stuff. Also, they claim to give you 100% of your money back if not satisfied. I called them to get that process rolling and the customer service rep didn’t know what the policy was for refunds…what???

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  • 52
    joseph kempski

    since usinglepi-burn and other bio-trust supplements and watching what I eat and exercising I lost 40 lbs. I have no side effects from any biotrust products

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    Your Name

    Me too, I also used the probiotics as I was having strange stomach and bowel upsets prior to going on my diet, but all that has now gone and I have a settled and happy intestine. I have cut all caffeine out of my diet e cent for the leptiburn of course and gave felt no ill effects from that so guess it can’t have any more than the coffee I used to drink previously

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  • 53
    Darlene

    I had 20 hard pounds to lose and tried Leptiburn. I am not used to large amounts of caffiene and immediately had a upset stomach, light headedness and generally felt bad. Tried cutting dosage, stopped, started slow, nothing worked. I returned the unused portion and recieved a refund. I am still using the diet and losing weight without the Leptiburn. In 10 weeks I have taken off 13 pounds. Why use the Leptiburn???

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  • 54
    Mary

    After taking LeptiBurn for 2 days I had a nagging headache, was feeling nausea, shaky, and unable to think clearly. I considered these symptoms, which I had not been experiencing prior to taking LeptiBurn, may have been due to the fact that I was not consuming enough food/drink, at the right times etc, however after paying close attention to my diet over the next 2 days, the problems were still occurring. I discontinued taking LeptiBurn and the symptoms mentioned subsided. I found that LeptiBurn did decrease my appetite and may increase energy levels in some people, but for anyone with a sensitivity to high levels of caffeine (which LeptiBurn has) this could effect your nervous system adversely as did mine.
    It is advisable to check with your Health consultant if you have any medical problems, this is noted under Caution on the bottle of LeptiBurn but not so clear in the advertising articles. I am taking medication for high blood pressure and an underactive thyroid, my research revealed that some of the properties in LeptiBurn ie ‘Green Tea’ and ‘Mate’ (both contain caffeine) can have some mild side effects in some people, and advised caution if you have high blood pressure or a thyroid condition. Just my luck.

    For the best report check out WebMD and request the ‘Side Effects’ of the individual ingredients that are in LeptiBurn, which are Yerba mate extract, Green tea extract, Panax notoginseng extract, Irvingia gabonenis (seed extract), Brown seaweed extract and Olive leaf extract.

    To my understanding there has not been enough reported research done on the side effects of LeptiBurn, I believe the manufacturers and distributors should have clear warnings describing the possible side effects from the individual herbal substances that make up LeptiBurn. But it is not a perfect world. There for as the saying goes “let the buyer beware”. This is quite an expensive product but as it came with a suppliers guarantee, (written assurance of a full refund if the product did not satisfy) I for one will definitely be requesting my money back.

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  • 55
    Sandee

    I started taking Leptiburn about a month ago and found I didn’t feel well, particularly upset stomach. I stopped taking it for a while and started again a couple of days ago. Same problem. Are there foods I should be avoiding? Is there some food that may help?

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Sandee. If you continue to have these side effects, please consult with your physician before continuing to take leptiburn.

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    Your Name

    Must drink a lot of water with each dose and make sure to eat as well. That seemed to help the nausea for me.

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  • 56
    Kay

    I’ve been overweight all of my life, and at the advice of my brother, I started Leptiburn today. First day in, I’m feeling out of sorts. When eating my meal, at least an hour after taking the 2 tablets, I’m experiencing shortness of breath. Lightheadedness, shakiness, and overall, just not my normal sense, are also symptoms I’ve felt all day. One day is all it takes for me to say, forget it. If I can’t do it naturally, I’ll have to stay overweight. I also agree with KHV a lot of belching, which seems to relieve the shortness of breath, but it’s still an uncomfortable feeling. Just wondering if anyone else is feeling any of these symptoms.

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello. If you continue to have these side effects, please consult with your physician before continuing to take leptiburn.

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    Aubrea

    OMG! I thought I was going crazy!! I am going through the same thing. Belching as I type. So gross! What the heck is this stuff anyway? Yikes!! I’m getting my money back!

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  • 57
    Bev

    Totally agree with Ro. If you are on prescription meds it is because you are seeing a professional who, in conjunction with you, decided this was the best step to take towards good mental health. Stopping meds altogether can cause serious withdrawal symptoms. However, exercise is proven to help stave off depression but that does not mean as a sole alternative to medicine. Some people are so depressed that getting themselves out of bed is a task so expecting them to hop into a gym and exercise may not be realistic. Meds help people to just function in their day to day lives not be a miracle happy drug. Incorporating exercise into your life is just a good idea to live a healthy life but not necessarily the best or only way to deal with depression. Sara-it’s great that you consulted your doctor about taking the supplement. If they feel it’s fine then that’s great and as long as you feel it’s working or there are benefits then you are doing the right thing.

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  • 58
    BIgeasy48

    Tom that is the best advice I have ever heard and it is the truth. I have been there myself and still doing it. Congrats and Keep strong!!!

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  • 59
    KHV

    I have taken Leptiburn for 10 days. I developed light- headedness when I get up from sitting and indigestion, as in belching incessantly. I eat super clean autoimmune paleo style. This means that I eat wild fish, grass-fed meats, vegetables, a little fruit and natural fats. I was initially more energetic due to the caffeine, but my weight loss has been minimal despite rigorous attention to weight watcher quantities, over 10,000 steps a day and 30 minutes six days a week of a progressive Jillian Michael’s program.

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  • 60
    Adolphus

    how long and how many bottles can one take to reduce the fat in the body?

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello. All dieters have different weight loss results and need more of the product than others.

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    marquise

    yes you are right, the lazyness is the worst thing to have. Be active and stop worrying of what we have to eat each time.

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  • 61
    Sara

    I’ve been taking Leptiburn for almost a week, and I can say that I’ve had some side effects. I am on antidepressants so I’m not sure exactly what the contraindications could be. Be realistic when taking any product. If they deny any side effects then it absolutely isn’t true. Even ALL NATURAL products can have adverse side effects. Every person’s body (and brain) chemistry is different.
    I’m on Adderall, Wellbutrin, and Abilify. These are stimulants of one type or another. My side effects have been: nausea, vertigo/ dizziness (to the point where I think I’m going to black out when I stand – but this is also a known side effect of one of my medications – so Leptiburn may just be augmenting it) and a general feeling of malaise. I feel woozy and slightly ‘out of it’.
    BUT, I’m going to see how things go before I stop taking the supplement. If these symptoms continue I will have to stop taking the supplement. Oh, and my psychiatrist is aware of my new supplement I’m trying.

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    Tom

    Sara, I have been through anti-depressant hell and am now off of them and all prescription meds. If you are taking this supplement I’d imagine that you are dealing with overweight issues. The meds you are on are contributing greatly to this. I’ve been there. One day I got fed up with being fed up. I was overweight, felt like crap and was still very depressed even after taking meds. I read that working out in a gym relieves depression. It just so happened that I got a flier in the mail for a nearby gym and their offer was quite affordable, even for someone on disability. I joined and worked out that day. I felt better than I had felt in years right afterward. Sure, I was sore the next few days but I went back to it soon after the soreness abated. I got off the meds and kept working out. I changed my diet to a whole grain and vegetable one, researched anti-aging diets and lifestyle changes (youngagain.org is absolutely the best and its all free) and also researched supplements for better brain function (DR. Eric Braverman’s books rock) as well as anti-aging and physical health. It worked. I dropped weight, I had mental clarity and physical energy. When I find myself sinking to that black hole, I hit the gym and bingo, its gone, I’m good. Work hard on getting your life together. Be relentless and determined. This is not a quick fix but it will be a permanent one in time (it took about 3 months to realize how great I felt). There is no single pill that will save you from yourself.

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    Ro

    That’s very nice for you. But some depressed people, like myself have a chemical imbalance in the brain. Be careful being so flippant about throwing your meds away. I exercise and diet, but that doesn’t t magically change my brain chemistry. I assume you don’ t want to cause someone who needs the meds to stop them. Because I can tell you now, I might not be here if I hadn’t gotten help from a professional and worked with her to get the right meds. I’m 57 and this has been a life long struggle until I finally saw a professional within the last few years who worked with me to help me lead a better life. Think before you throw out your opinions.

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    Robin

    AMEN and AMEN! Just like you said Ro, if it weren’t for my SSRI I do not know where I’d be! THANK GOD for medication because I am back to the woman I used to be!

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  • 62
    Erika smith

    Are there bad side effects with leptiburn hormone support

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Erika. Please consult with your physician before taking leptiburn to make sure it is safe for you to use with other products.

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    Moe

    I started to take the pills today, I checked my heart rate and it was 86 never has it been more then 72. I will be returning the pills.

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    Adrian (Editor)

    Hello Kathleen. If you continue to have these side effects, please consult with your physician before continuing to take leptiburn.

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    Your Name

    I was getting nauseated too. I found if you drink a lot of water with each dose it really helps. Be sure to eat too!!

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    Summer (Editor)

    If you feel uncomfortable with that change – good idea. There may be too much stimulant in there. We like Leptigen because there’s just enough caffeine to get things moving without those jitters and shakes.

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    lou

    Need to give it time to work , i have been on weightwatchers.com for 12 months and lost 32 lbs , with this it is help me lost fat not lbs so people if you want a quit fix , stop eating cause you can lost over night because it took you more to gain it got it

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