What You Should Know
Liponetics is a fat burner currently sold on Amazon.com. We were unable to find a dedicated website for the supplement and no manufacturer is listed. The product is sold by New You Vitamins, but there is no active website for the company. When you visit the main page of the website you are directed to Amazon.com to complete your purchase. There is a message about site maintenance, but we believe this splash page is a permanent fixture to push customers to the Amazon marketplace. None of the ingredients in Liponetics are listed in the product description, but the bottle and title of the product listing tell us all the ingredients we need to know.
List of Ingredients
- Green Tea
Green tea, the mother of all antioxidants and proven thermogenics, is in the Liponetics formula. What the dieter does not know is how much green tea is supplied per serving or if the green tea is caffeinated or decaffeinated. If standardized for caffeine, green tea can pack quite the punch, but only if enough green tea is packed into each serving to be effective.
The remaining ingredients – Inositol, l-taurine, l-carnitine, choline and methionine will not help the average dieter lose weight or fell fuller between meals and those are the two main concerns when choosing a weight loss supplement. Ideally, the dieter could choose a green tea supplement and take 300 mg or more per day and have more luck losing weight than they would taking Liponetics.
- We found the Liponetics supplement on Amazon.com.
- Contains green tea extract.
- The product description does not list supplement ingredients.
- There is no official website.
- No price is listed because the product is not currently available as of May, 2013.
- The amount for each ingredient is unknown.
- There are no product reviews.
- Liponetics does not list testimonials or before and after pictures.
- No manufacturer is listed.
- Green tea is the only weight loss ingredient.
Liponetics is a questionable weight loss supplement simply because the dieter is left with more questions than answers after reading the product description. How much green tea is supplied? Have people lost weight taking the supplement? Who makes the supplement? When will the supplement be available again? How much does the supplement cost? When a dieter has more questions than answers it is best to skip the supplement and move on.