What You Should Know
Lipozolve is an advanced weight loss supplement that increases fat burn to help a dieter lose more weight. The website makes huge claims about ingredients being scientifically proven and total weight loss of two to six pounds per week. When a weight loss supplement makes huge claims, the dieter is typically left with an ingredient list and no clinical support.
List of Ingredients
Resveratrol, Green Tea, Cha de Burge, Hoodia Gordonii.
We noticed from the first scan of the official website that Lipozolve claims a lot of support from CBS and 60 Minutes. Other major names include Mayo Clinic, Harvard and the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. These are all fantastic sources of support, but we could find no links to any of the reports referred to in the ingredient descriptions. There are, however, two YouTube videos supporting Resveratrol and Hoodia Gordonii.
Resveratrol, linked to the health benefits of red wine, has been thoroughly studied for antioxidant properties. Scientists and doctors agree that red wine has a long list of healthy effects when consumed in moderation and Resveratrol offers a concentrated source of red wine benefits. With that said, there are no links between Resveratrol and weight loss.
Green tea is an ingredient we love. Though no clinical studies are listed on the Lipozolve website, we know from experience this ingredient is proven to offer health benefits including a boost to metabolism. We have no idea why the creators of Lipozolve did not include links to these studies.
Cha de Burge is a stimulant that will increase heart rate and that could cause some weight loss. The ingredient is not recommended for dieters with heart or blood pressure problems.
Hoodia Gordonii may have been featured on 60 Minutes, but science has disproven all claims of appetite suppressing qualities. There are proven appetite suppressants, like Chromium, but Lipozolve chose not to include them.
Lipozolve is sold through Shop.com for $49.95. Ordering more bottles means saving a little on the order, but that is irrelevant as the ingredients are not proven to increase weight loss.
- Lipozolve lists all ingredients in the supplement.
- There are links to 60 Minutes to support several ingredients.
- Priced comparably to other supplements.
- Ingredients are not all proven to increase weight loss.
- Hoodia Gordonii does not decrease appetite according to clinical research.
- Supplement orders are completed through a third-party website.
If a dieter wants to lose weight they should look for proven ingredients. Lipozolve claims to include only proven ingredients, but does not bother to list clinical research to support that claim. Hoodia Gordonii will not decrease appetite and Cha de Burge is an unhealthy ingredient for dieters with heart problems or high blood pressure.