If you are looking for something to blast away fat cells there can only be one reason, you saw some gritty cellulite marks on your bum and upper thighs. And since you would like to see that disappear forever, you decide that you need something more than just diet and exercise to help you get the job done.
So, the question is, will LipoBlast actually dissolve the fat and inhibit your appetite so that you lose weight and lose fat cells simultaneously, or disappoint you at your out-of-pocket expense?
LipoBlast is made in Brazil and claims that it will blast away fat and suppress your appetite all in one clean delivery system. Originally, this product was marketed as a mood stimulant and met the legal guidelines of Brazil. But, if it also delivers on its weight loss promises, it would mean — problem solved.
They have very few reviews, all basically positive with some negative comments inserted, but it is unclear how biased they may or may not be. LipoBlast International Labs states that average weight loss per month is between 10 and 30 pounds. LipoBlast does have an official website with some limited information. There is a list of ingredients, but no supplement label displayed and no indication of recommended dosage online. There are two before and after picture testimonials but no evidence that this actually substantiates this particular product. The manufacturer does offer a 90-day money back guarantee, but with information lacking about the validity of the company and a reputation to support its guarantees, this may be questionable if you attempt to request it. These are the major things for the list of real pluses.
Sadly, the minuses do out number the positives. The two that really strike a chord of concern are: 1) no address or phone number is offered for the product or manufacturer, and 2) there is no independent customer reviews on reputable third-party sites. Frankly, that’s enough for most, but there are some major problems with some of the ingredients that the maker does not reveal on the product site. Synephrine and Phenylethylamine are both associated with an increased risk for heart attacks and strokes. Additionally, the negative comments about these reviews posted stating that customers experienced a strange mental sensation about an hour after taking the pills is great cause for alarm. There is no indication of the manner in which the product works. Those are the major real minuses.
Though the list of ingredients is similar to some other weight loss products, it appears that they have left ingredients out. And of course, there is no way to know at this point if you are subject to a reaction to any of the undeclared ingredients. Still, you need to read the list and, at least, check these out.
Ingredients: Synephrine, , Hordenine, Octopamine, Grape Seed Extract, Pyridoxine HCI, Ginger Root, Magnesium, Cocoa Extract, Hordenine, Pantothenic Acid, Tyramine, Phenylethylamine, n-Methylaminoethanol, Ascorbic Acid , Epigallocatechin Gallate, Pentahydroxyflavone, DMAE 2-Dimethylaminoethanol, Yerba Mate, and DiMethionine.
The price of about $80 for 90 pills is on the high side since this is supposed to represent a one-month supply. The maker recommends limiting dosages to less than 4 per day. With stimulants as part of its formulation, expected side effects include headaches, abdominal pain, increased heart rate, insomnia, nervousness, anxiety, and depressed mood. Some have reported a quicker anger-response.
If you have not tried products with the ingredients posted, have heart trouble, or issues with anxiety you probably want to avoid this product entirely.
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