If you are looking for a product that will dissolve your cottage cheese thighs and buttocks, less expensive than liposuction, there is only one reason – you hate how your hips, tummy, and thighs look when you get out of the shower. And since you would like to keep those ugly features behind flannel jammies, you are on the hunt for a product to help return your body to a more accepting view for your age.
So, the question is, will LipoSlim cellulite pills really dissolve the fat, cellulite, and cholesterol as promised, or make you feel like a chump while you pay for it?
LipoSlim claims to break down cholesterol, fat, and cellulite in specific target areas of the buttocks, hips, and thighs by liquefying these elements and dispersing them from the body through the “natural elimination systems” of the body. More than that, it helps fight heart disease and arteriosclerosis in the process. Sounds like a miracle looking for a place to happen.
The main ingredient in LipoSlim – PhosphatidylCholine - has a number of reviews from government health agencies in Brazil, the U.K., Canada, Australia, Germany and the U.S. – all banning the use of this ingredient for the purpose of dissolving cellulite and other cosmetic purposes. These agencies are positive that the side effects can range from detrimental to dangerous. It is the same ingredient used in Lipodissolve, which has been outlawed or banned for use in all of the above nations for misleading claims. The maker of LipoSlim claims that it is the “oral” equivalent of Lipodissolve. Apparently, they are unaware of the criminal charges that they could potentially face. Not to mention, the fines and litigation that could result from using the ingredient and making this claim. LipoSlim offers discounts on large quantity purchases on the product website. How’s this for the primary list of real pluses.
In spite of the positives sounding like negatives, there are some real negatives associated with this product specifically and the main ingredient. The top two are: 1) taking too much in a 24-hour period causes diarrhea, and 2) there is no guarantee that it will actually work as stated. Additionally, this product is supposed to be made in the U.K., but with the tight restrictions and the close oversight of products using the questionable ingredient, it suggests that it is made somewhere else and that the claims of a U.K. company base are false. That is the main list of real minuses.
This list of ingredients is very short, which sends up flares that not all the ingredients are listed. If you are unfamiliar with the first two, you should look them up on a medical website to make sure that they are actually safe to ingest. So, you need to read the list and, at least, check these out.
Ingredients: PhosphatidylCholine, gelatin, glycerin, and water.
If you are misled into buying a product at a price that is reasonable and the results are glaringly different from the claims, is it a “good price”? What is interesting is that PhosphatidylCholine is used for treating hepatitis, eczema, gallbladder disease, circulation problems, high cholesterol, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and for improving the effectiveness of kidney dialysis, for boosting the immune system, and for preventing aging. What it is not for is losing weight or dissolving fat or cellulite.
Any time that a product promises to target a certain area of weight loss, the target is usually your money, not the body part. With all the negatives, buy at your own risk.
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