What You Should Know
Patentlean is a dietary supplement that focuses on one single ingredient: 3-Acetyl-7-Oxo-dehydroepiandrosteron. Whew! Referred to by the manufacturers as simply “7-Keto” for short, this ingredient is the basis for all of Patentlean’s dramatic weight-loss claims. Unfortunately, it was difficult to find an official manufacturer website or other source of info about Patentlean, which makes us a little uncomfortable. According to the info we could find, Patentlean’s miraculous 7-Keto is a metabolite associated with the naturally occurring adrenal hormone DHEA. According to claims, the 7-Keto found in Patentlean will help to regulate thyroid hormone levels without inducing any of the “jittery” effects that are the result of taking other metabolic enhancers.
Since there is no official retailer for Patentlean that we could find, the price varies from vendor to vendor. On average, Patentlean seems to sell for around $60 for a one month supply, positioning it as an upper-mid-level diet supplement. Patentlean is a capsule supplement and it is intended to be taken twice daily, making a one-month supply 60 capsules.
List of Ingredients
The only ingredient mentioned in Patentlean is the active ingredient 3-Acetyl-7-Oxo-dehydroepiandrosteron. This appears to be a metabolite that is naturally produced by the body.
Other ingredients are unknown.
Unfortunately, since there is no official distributor for Patentlean, it was difficult for us to find a complete ingredient list. Though it looks like only early studies have been done on 7-Keto, the metabolite does not appear to effect testosterone or estrogen levels. User reviews seem to imply that Patentlean is “slow-burning”, and many of the reviews also mention that Patentlean was just one piece of a new diet and exercise program that the user was trying.
Patentlean is a diet supplement pill intended for twice daily use. Take Patentlean once in the morning, then again before bed. Patentlean seems to retail for around $27.00 for 15 pills.
- Patentlean does not affect testosterone or estrogen levels.
- User reviews indicate that Patentlean does not produce the rapid heart rate associate with many metabolic stimulants.
- Patentlean contains a promising new active ingredient.
- We could not find any official manufacturer or web retailer for Patentlean. This means there is no consumer contact info.
- A course of Patentlean is relatively expensive compared to similar supplements on the market.
- No money back guarantee.
- No free product sample.
- We would like to see more independent research on Patentlean’s active ingredient 3-Acetyl-7-Oxo-dehydroepiandrosteron.
While the Patentlean approach sounds good in theory, we just couldn’t find enough solid info on the pills or on their active ingredient. With so many weight loss supplements on the market, we would choose one with an easy-to-contact, reliable manufacturer. Also, 7-Keto appears to be a third-party ingredient that has been licensed to several different supplement labs. Since it is the only active ingredient in Patentlean, we would hope for something a bit more revolutionary. We certainly do approve of Patentlean’s commitment to zero side-effects, and it does not look like this product will hurt you. However, our readers are looking for positives, not just a lack of negatives, and Patentlean just doesn’t give us enough to go on.