What You Should Know
Lipoxanthin is an HH Nutritionals weight loss supplement. The manufacturer claims the supplement is recommended by doctors and scientifically formulated. The word formulated is not the same as the word proven – though some dieters may be a bit confused by this. No diet changes or exercises are required to lose weight while taking Lipoxanthin, which is not a safe or healthy choice. If the dieter depends upon this supplement to lose weight, they would have to keep taking it for life to keep the weight off.
List of Ingredients
Caffeine, Phenylethylamine HCI, Glucuronolactone, Synephrine Caprylate, Nettle Leaf Extract, Yohimbine HCI, Picamilon, Inositol Niacinate.
Caffeine is a stimulant commonly used in weight loss products. Research studies have proven caffeine to increase weight loss by causing the heart to beat faster. If too much caffeine is included, jitters and nausea can be a side effect. In extreme cases, overdose can lead to unhealthy reactions requiring medical care. Lipoxanthin does not list how much caffeine is included.
Phenylethylamine HCL does not work to increase weight loss. This ingredient is a mood booster so the dieter feels better about dieting. While this can cause some dieters to stick with a weight loss plan, it can affect dieter with a history of mental illness like depression.
Synephrine is another stimulant, but one that may cause problems for some dieters. The Ephedra cousin will increase heart rate and blood pressure. When paired with caffeine, the chance these side effects will occur increase dramatically.
Yohimbine is commonly used in erectile dysfunction supplements. For the dieter, the ingredient is included for its stimulant properties. That makes three supplements, which is more than enough for any dieter to feel the extra energy Lipoxanthin claims will come with taking the supplement.
Lipoxanthin is listed for $32.95 on the official HH Nutritionals website. There is no mention of a free trial or a money back guarantee with this supplement.
- Caffeine can increase weight loss.
- Ingredients are available for the dieter to research.
- Lipoxanthin combines three stimulants into one serving.
- Increased blood pressure could be a negative side effect.
- The dieter is not told how much of each stimulant is included.
- One ingredient is a mood booster that is not safe for every dieter to take.
Lipoxanthin, or Lipoxanthin900, looks like an energy supplement more than a weight loss product. The ingredient list is packed with caffeine and ingredients that increase heart rate. When taken together, the dieter is bound to feel a racing heart beat and could suffer serious side effects. No warning is printed on the website for people who are sensitive to caffeine. That is just bad business so dieters may want to stay away from Lipoxanthin.