What You Should Know
TriLipono is a product that is being promoted as a weight loss product. It was created by Rx Research Group. Rx Research Group has an office in Las Vegas, Nevada. There are also other offices in California, Texas, and Ohio. The purpose of this review is to take a closer look at this product in order to try and establish whether or not it may be a legitimate weight loss product.
While researching TriLipono, there was a list of ingredients that were found. This list of ingredients include Advantra-Z, Keto-7, Guggulsterones, Alpha Lipoic Acid and 5-HTP. It is unknown at this time whether this is a complete list or not.
TriLipono is a diet pill. There are claims that it can suppress your appetite, increase your energy, and burn fat. It is supposed to help you to lose weight while stopping you from being able to gain weight. This product is being promoted as being a unique product. It is supposed to be unique due to the fact that it does not contain any Caffeine or Ephedra. I believe it also made the claim that there were no stimulants included in the making of this product.
Advantra-Z appears to be the main ingredient in this particular product. This ingredient is patented and it is made up of several other ingredients. These ingredients are Bitter Orange Extract, Protein, Carbohydrate, Omega-3 and 6, Sodium, and Vitamins A and C. The creators of this particular patented formula have made claims that it is the only patented fat burning supplement that is available for purchase today. It is said to be a safer alternative to the United States banned ingredient Ephedra. The Bitter Orange Extract itself is actually a chemical compound of Synephrine and Octapamine.
- It appears as though this product may contain a patented and proven fat burner, Advantra-Z.
- This product may contain antioxidants.
- This product has received many mixed reviews concerning weight loss and side effects.
- It appears as though this product may be considered to be expensive to the general public.
We have reviewed this product and we have found that there are what could be considered as discrepancies. First we would like to point out that there are claims that there are no stimulants in the make up of this product, but we found that there actually are. The ingredient Avantra-Z contains Synephrine, which is an ingredient that is so similar to Ephedrine that it even has the same type of side effects. The customer reviews that were found prove this due to the fact that while some listed that they lost weight with this product, others said they had to stop taking it due to the fact that it gave them side effects such as headaches, dizziness, and trembling. So, although this company apparently prides itself on their product not containing any caffeine, it appears as though it may be better off if they did.