Lipodrops Review - Do These Diet Drops Work? Are short-term use and lack of effective ingredients deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 09/24/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
We were wondering about all the talk surrounding Lipodrops. We decided to complete a full-fledged review of the ingredients, customer service department and clinical support. User reviews were also taken into consideration before we pushed out the main ideas to you.
What You Need to Know
To start, Lipodrops are a diet supplement that works in conjunction with reduced eating and exercise to speed up weight-loss. The drops contain l-methionine, inositol, choline chloride and l-carnitine. Each bottle contains 30 servings and you take the product twice daily, so you only get two weeks out of the deal. You’ll pay $80 a month. You can use it on the go, which is one benefit.
We’ve no idea what company is behind Lipodrops. We know two doctors, Dr. M.J. Collier and Dr. J. Goldklang, formulated the product. We like the ease of use and that fact that physicians are behind it, but read on…
Short-Term Use – Long-Term Results?
There are quite a few reviews on Lipodrops, but the majority only mention using the product for one week to a month. Longer use is not described by dieters. “It’s interesting that Lipodrops claims to be safe for long-term use, but no customers use the product for more than a short while,” says our Research Editor.
“I took it for one month March of 2013,” says one user.
Another dieter wonders about the lack of information, “Can someone PLEASE post results or respond to the dozens of inquiries post week 1??”
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Lack of Effective Ingredients
We looked through the ingredient list to see just what all the fuss was about with Lipodrops. L-methionine is found in foods with no connection to weight-loss. Inositol is a B vitamin that may help with anxiety or stress, but that’s about it. Choline is similar to inositol and l-methionine in structure and production. It’s made by the liver, but it won’t likely help you reduce the number on the scale. L-carnitine has been the subject of multiple clinical trials, but none show benefit in this area.
From our experience, all it takes is a small yet significant issue to lessen the chances of long-term success. If Lipodrops are ineffective beyond the first week or so, this is a definite issue for buyers.
There is no science to back up claims made by Lipodrops. We found it interesting that the supplement was once delivered via injection, before the current formula was created. The doctors aimed to offer the same effects with an oral product. Without clinical proof, DietSpotlight is not apt to support the drops.
The Bottom Line
It’s all about the research and after we checked out Lipodrops we were easily convinced one of thing – we can’t give this product our support. We’re worry that users only try out the product for a short time and the ingredients are not clinically proven. There’s also the issue that company information is not available to the consumer.
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