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Livatrex Review - Does This Health Supplement Work?

By Summer Banks on Nov 16, 2016
Livatrex Review

We’ve seen a variety of products seemingly intended for different medical conditions eventually marketed as weight loss supplements. Sometimes these claims seem to be valid, and others they are clearly marketing ploys. We were curious to learn which category Livatrex falls under.

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What You Need to Know

Livatrex is manufactured by the company True Renewal, which is located in Nevada. The company claims the product is derived from all natural ingredients via a process known as TincTract. This process is supposed to ensure maximum purity in the products, in order to make them safer and more effective.

The makers of the product initially claimed that the product was designed for the purposes of detoxification, specifically to detoxify the gall bladder and the liver. There is some evidence that environmental toxins can accumulate in these organs and may lead to weight gain, but read on…

Extended Use and the FDA

The company recommends the product only be taken for four days and on the fifth day individuals are to follow specific directions as outlined in their program. It is not recommended for extended use, which makes it questionable as a weight loss supplement. Further adding to the questionable nature of the product are the warnings the company has received for promoting several of its products as ‘new drugs’ as classified by the FDA.

According to our research editor, “When the FDA steps in and raises concern about several products made and marketed by a single manufacturer, it casts doubt on the claims of all the supplements made by that manufacturer.”

Ingredients

Yellow Dock root, Dandelion root, Wildcrafted Chanca Piedra, Greater Celandine, Chicory root, Milk Thistle seed, Tumeric, Dandelion Leaf, Peppermint Leaf, Kosher Certified Vegetable Glycerin, purified water (pH neutral), and mB™ Liquid Trace Minerals.

The Science

The company offers absolutely no scientific evidence supporting the primary or secondary claims of Livatrex. Additionally, there are no testimonials provided on the website or in any of their marketing materials.

The Bottom Line

Due to the past issues with the FDA, that specifically cited Livatrex as well as other supplements made by the company, we simply cannot recommend this product. Even if the FDA had not raised concerns about the product, the company offers dieters little reason to think it would be beneficial in facilitating a weight loss strategy. While some of the ingredients might promote healthy internal organs the limited data that is available on these processes only marginally indicate any weight loss benefits.

Dieters who are interested in losing weight would be better served by seeking out a reputable company that provides detailed clinical support as to the efficacy of their products. While weight loss supplements are not regulated by the FDA, it is still of vital importance that the companies who make and market these products maintain the highest standards.

One of the supplements we have been most impressed with is Leptigen. The company has gone to great effort to provide information about the ingredients, and to support the weight loss properties with clinical data. We also looked for complaints or negative reviews, and were unable to find any. This indicates to us, that consumers are satisfied with the claims made by the company.

The makers of Leptigen are want to prove their product can be trusted. In order to do this, they offer new customers a special trial offer, which many of our readers have taken advantage of.

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About the Author:

Summer Banks is an ISSA-Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist and has reviewed over 2000 diet products. She has years of nursing training, experience as a manager responsible for 15 supplement brands, and completed coursework on Food and Nutrition from Stanford University. full bio.

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9 User Reviews About Livatrex

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  • 1
    melissa

    do u have livatrex in the philippines.

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    Anna (Editor)

    Hi! For more information on where to purchase this product, please refer to the Livatrex official website.

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  • 2
    Adrian (Editor)

    Hi! Please make sure to consult with your physician before starting a new weight-loss program or product.

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  • 3
    Lawal

    Hello! I’m muhammad.
    Does livatrex comes in tablet? how can i use it? and every one can use it? These are my three questions.

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    Stephen (Editor)

    Hey, Muhammad! To start off, Livatrex is only available in liquid drops form. For usage the company recommends:

    1). For the first use however they suggest pouring Livatrex into 1 gallon distilled water and add 2 ounces of raw organic apple cider vinegar. Drink four 8-oz glasses daily between meals for 4 consecutive days

    2). mixing 2 full droppers with 4 ounces of purified water and drinking before breakfast 2 to 3 times weekly.

    Those who previously or currently suffer liver-related ailments are encouraged to ask their doctor if Livatrex is right for them.

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  • 4
    Samshell96

    Will Livatrex work for me?. I have no gullbladder?. Dr says i have enlarged liver and fatty deposits around it, my gullbladder removed was sticking to my Liver??.

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  • 5
    candy

    I want to know what it will do for or against my bloodpreasure

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  • 6
    Arlene

    Hi I have questions about Livatrex. My mother has gallbladder stones. She was told she needs to have surgery to remove the gallbladder. She has this problem for many years and has endured pain and has become jaundiced. She has a strict diet now and she is 71 years old. My sister told me she saw this product and wonders if it will be effective for our mom. Is it safe? and how long can she use it?

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  • 7
    Gurbhag Singh

    what is your phone number? Please email it. Thanks.

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