Liposlim Review - Does This Diet Program Really Work? Are dangerous ingredients and dieter complaints deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 09/02/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
There has been a great deal of talk about the Liposlim diet, so we did one of our in-depth reviews, examining the side effects, ingredients, customer-service quality and scientific studies. We additionally scrutinized countless dieter reviews and user comments found all over the web. At this point we compacted the data we found to give you the crucial information you need.
What You Need To Know
Liposlim is a diet system that was created by Absolute Nutrition. It’s described as a three-part weight loss program that involves three different supplements. These supplements include NoPhedra ($24.95), CBlock ($29.50) and FBlock ($23.95). All of these supplements are taken daily, and are intended to work together to encourage weight loss. More specifically, these supplements are supposed to block fat absorption, block carbohydrates and increase fat loss. The ingredients used in these products include; Chromium, Vanadium, White Kidney Bean Extract, 5-HTP, Forslean, L-Tyrosine, Guarana, Advantra-Z (Citrus Aurantium), Green Tea Extract, Lipase, Vitamin C and Chitosan.
From what we gathered, Liposlim was first released in 2012. These supplements do contain some natural ingredients, and all of them can be purchased online. Also, there are some customer reviews posted on distributor websites, which is helpful, but read on…
“It’s imperative to always pay close attention to each ingredient used in any supplement you take. We noticed that NoPhedra contains Citrus Aurantium, which provides Synephrine. This ingredient can lead to accelerated heart rate, high blood pressure, heart attack and even stroke,” says our research editor.
One customer complained, “Felt like I was having a heart attack, this stuff is no joke!”
Another stated, “Made me super anxious and jittery, no thanks.”
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A Lot of Dieter Complaints
We couldn’t help but notice all of the user complaints posted online for Liposlim. In fact, one customer stated, “Can’t believe I fell for this scam.”
Another said, “LIPOSLIM IS A SCAM!! Please do not buy this product. The customer service is disgusting.”
The research we’ve done has shown if there is a particular aspect of a diet program or supplement that is very burdensome (a painful/difficult exercise routine, too many user complaints, dangerous ingredients) the chances of long-term success is very low. If Liposlim does in fact lead to a great number of customer complaints, this could be problematic.
Put plainly, there is no clinical research presented online to support the weight loss claims made by Liposlim. We at DietSpotlight must see published scientific studies to support the diet supplement and its ingredients before we can get behind the weight loss product. Here we only see a big red flag.
The Bottom Line
It’s interesting to see that the Liposlim diet program involves three different dietary supplements, but we certainly can’t encourage anyone to buy these products. First of all, there are a lot of customer complaints regarding high credit card charges. Also, taking three supplements daily for weight loss doesn’t sound very safe. Especially when you consider some of the ingredients used in Liposlim products.
If you need to slim down faster and shed excess body fat, we recommend you try a diet program or weight loss pill that doesn’t cost you a fortune and is supported by clinical studies.
Among the top-rated diet products we’ve encountered in 2015 is one called Leptigen. This supplement provides a proprietary blend of four ingredients, which have been shown in documented scientific studies to boost metabolism and increase fat reduction. Furthermore, we are unable to find any user complaints regarding harmful side effects and customer reviews around the web show people are seeing incredible results.
Also, the makers of Leptigen are so confident in their product they’re offering a special trial offer, which is a good sign.