LipoClen Review

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The list of ingredients can tell a lot about a supplement. Products containing the correct amount of stimulants and appetite suppressors will assist dieters in achieving their weight loss goals. Supplements such as LipoClen, offer dieters a potentially dangerous combination of stimulants, fat-burners, and diuretics. On top of the known ingredients, the claims provided by LipoClen have no supporting documentation.

List of Ingredients

Chromium, Dandelion, Green Tea, Oolong Tea, Coleus Forskohlii, Uva Ursi, Green Coffee, Buchu Leaves, Ginger, Cayenne, Phenylethylamine, Guggulsterones, Evodamine, Lipolide K, Synephrine, Bioperine, Vinpocetine, Razberri K, Yohimbine HCL

Product Features

Dieters should be aware of any diet supplement containing Synephrine. This highly potent ingredient has similar properties of the banned stimulant Ephedra. Synephrine has been linked to serious side effects such as increased heart rate, high blood pressure, nausea, and vomiting.

Further review of the ingredients, we found the diuretics Dandelion and Uva Ursi. Diuretics pull water away from the body and give a dieter the false sense of weight loss. If LipoClen is taken in incorrect doses the diuretic ingredients can lead to heart troubles, heart failure, or worse.

We love to provide dieters with factual information. LipoClen claims a dieter can lose 10 pounds in 10 days or your money back guaranteed. The money back guarantee is good if a dieter is not satisfied with product, but a guarantee of weight loss is extreme. Dieters need more than just a pill to lose weight; they need the right supplement partnered with a healthy diet. There are no clinical studies supporting the weight loss claims provided by LipoClen.

LipoClen is available at the third-party websites for $35.97. Dieters will not be able to order from the main website. Each bottle contains 120 capsules.

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  • LipoClen is available for purchase on the official website as well as third-party websites.
  • LipoClen contains Green Tea, a clinically proven supplement.


  • LipoClen contains the stimulant Synephrine, an alternative to the banned substance Ephedra.
  • The clinical research is provided by a company which patented Advantra Z, a form of Synephrine.
  • LipoClen contains dandelion and Uva Ursi, both of which are diuretics.
  • LipoClen contains ingredients which cause an increased heart rate.
  • LipoClen makes claims which are not supported by clinical research.


Synephrine combined with diuretics and ingredients with thermogenic properties make a dangerous cocktail. If the dieter has concerns revolving around their blood pressure or increased weight, the risks are amplified. LipoClen has attempted to provide the dieter with graphs and studies to collaborate their research. The only study found was from a company which may have a vested interest in LipoClen. Nutratech has patented a proprietary blend including bitter orange or Synephrine. Synephrine is contained in LipoClen.

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