LipoQuick Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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LipoQuick is a fat burner that uses thin women and luring pictures to make dieters think they can achieve weight loss goals. Even a few of the testimonials on the website include after pictures from women dressed scantily. There are no before pictures for the dieter to use as a gauge of how much weight was lost or how “overweight” the dieters were before starting LipoQuick. Ingredients and a questions and answer section of the website are available.

List of Ingredients

Caffeine anhydrous, capsicum fruit extract, metabromine(theobromine and caffeine), bioperine, raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, acai, reservatrol, maqui berry, grape, pomegranate, cherry, raspberry ketones, green tea, n-acetyl-tyrosine, ashwagandha, cinnamon bark extract, banaba leaf extract, gymnema sylvestre extract, sclariolide, and white willow bark.

Product Features

It is disappointing that LipoQuick does not list detailed ingredients on the official website. There are names of proprietary blends, but each blend is not fully explained. Looking on other websites, the complete ingredient list was found, but dieters must beware that sometimes ingredient lists from other websites are not accurate.

Caffeine is listed as the first ingredient. This is a stimulant that increases heart rate to increase metabolism and burn more calories. Being listed first could mean it is the ingredient with the highest concentration in LipoQuick. A couple of ingredients away are metabromine, a combination of theobromine and caffeine – two more stimulants. The final stimulant in LipoQuick is green tea extract.

Nestled in between all the stimulants are some antioxidants like acai, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, maqui berry and cherry. Antioxidants are good for overall health, but they don’t make the dieter lose any more weight. White willow bark is a natural aspirin. It used to be added to Ephedra and caffeine to create an ECA stack, but today the Ephedra is replaced with some other stimulant that does not work to increase weight loss.

LipoQuick sells for $39.99 for one bottle, $69.99 for two bottles (one free bottle of 3-day detox), $99.99 for three bottles (three free bottles of 3-day detox) and $149.99 for five bottles (five free bottles of 3-day detox). Shipping and handling is $7.99 on all orders. The money back guarantee states if a dieter takes one bottle and does not like the supplement, it can be returned within 90 days for a refund minus shipping and handling. Unopened bottles can also be returned.

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Advantages

  • Clinical studies prove green tea improves weight loss.
  • Some ingredients are listed on the LipoQuick website.
  • One bottle costs less than other fat burners.
  • Money back guarantee.

Disadvantages

  • Mostly made up of stimulants and caffeine.
  • Complete ingredient list is not on the LipoQuick website.

Conclusion

There could be too much caffeine in this supplement for most dieters. Without a complete list of ingredients from the makers of LipoQuick, there is no way to tell.

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2 User Reviews about LipoQuick

  • 1
    Cass C.

    I love this diet pill so much! I was wanting to find out when it would be back on the market? I have tried other diet pills with no significant results compared to what I got when I was taking LipoQuick.

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  • 2
    saami

    does it realy work?

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