My love of diet products is bested only by my passion for reviewing them 🙂 We were excited to dive in and do an in-depth review of Liponox. We looked at the ingredients, side effects, scientific data and customer service to determine if this was a buy or not. We read the comments in several online reviews. We then took the facts, condensed and refined to give you the bottom line.
What You Need to Know
To begin, Liponox is a diet supplement that contains green coffee bean, Razberi-K, Chromax, thermodiamine, caffeine, ginger, quercetin dihydrate, phenylethylamine, hops, methylsynephrine, Lipolide-SC and Bioperine. It comes in a capsule that can be taken anywhere, but they are large and difficult to swallow. Each bottle comes with one month worth of pills for $60.
Liponox was introduced in 2013, after two years of research to determine the optimal ingredients to include in their proprietary blend. While it can only be purchased online, it is readily available. The online customer service even includes a chat function to go along with their phone number, so getting in touch with someone is quick and easy. Liponox also offers a 90-day money back guarantee, which is an encouraging sign for those unsure about trying a new product. We like a lot of the benefits of Liponox and were initially optimistic about the performance of this weight-loss supplement, but read on…
Lack of Results – “Disappointed and Discouraged?”
The first, and most common, complaint about Liponox was the lack of results. “The ingredient list is supposed to be packed with a formula that boosts weight-loss,” says our Research Editor. “Many reviews leave the dieter with more complaints than results.”
“I didn’t lose a single ounce,” said one online review.
“I don’t feel any different with these pills than I did before,” offered one user.
“Too many filler ingredients to get the results I’m looking for,” reports another.
Side Effects – “Legitimate Concern”
We’re also concerned with reports of Liponox side effects. “I had major stomach upset,” explains one dieter.
“It made my stomach turn,” says another.
Our data has shown time and time again that if there’s something especially difficult about a weight-loss routine (pills that are difficult to swallow, negative side effects, lack of results, etc.) the likelihood of maintaining long-term success is slim. If Liponox is as ineffective as some users claim, this could be an issue for those trying to lose.
The Science – “Any Proof?”
Science is critical when it comes to a weight-loss supplement. Liponox contains caffeine, which has been clinically tested and proven to help boost metabolism and energy, but this ingredient can be purchased for less than $5 at the store. The remaining elements of the formula have little or no connection with success. At DietSpotlight, the scientific support we look for is the cornerstone of a review. In this case the foundation is weak.
The Bottom Line – Does Liponox Work?
So, what did our deep look into Liponox tell us? We like that at least one ingredient is supported by science, but we can find that one in thousands of supplements, so we have reservations recommending this one. Plus, it concerns us that a “fad” like raspberry ketones is used in the formula.
If you’d like a product that helps you slim down, we suggest you find a supplement with ingredients that are proven to provide the weight-loss you need without risk of side effects.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. It has a proprietary blend of just four ingredients that have been shown in clinical studies against placebos to help the weight-loss results by sparking metabolism and fat loss. We’ve scoured online forums, and haven’t been able to find any negative side effects, but we have found reports of dieters seeing great results.
Also, the makers behind Leptigen are offering a Special Trial Offer, which is encouraging to us at DietSpotlight.