Leviathan Reloaded

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Leviathan Reloaded Reviews

The official website for the weight loss supplement, Leviathan Reloaded by manufacturer Palo Alto Labs is a bold, dramatic site making a large number of claims about the efficacy of their product. It is not subtle and is clearly not mean to be. It is marketed to men, though it is supposedly safe for women as well, and spends as much time “shouting” at the reader about any excess fat on the body as it does actually providing information about the product. Perhaps the marketing technique is to make you feel bad enough about yourself that you’ll try anything…

That being said, they do provide their ingredients, though not the quantities within the formula. This can help to give an overall idea regarding the potential of Leviathan Reloaded to actually live up to its loud and brazen claims.

Leviathan Reloaded diet pills contain a combination of two proprietary blends: the Super Energy Complex and the Anabolic Complex.

Looking further into these proprietary blends, the first ingredient in the Super Energy Complex is caffeine, which is a stimulant and does have some impact on weight loss because it keeps motivation and energy levels high, making it easier to stay on track and keep exercising. This is combined also with beta-phenylethylamine, which also a stimulant with proven effects to increase metabolism and energy levels. Phenylethylamine also functions as a brain neurotransmitter and may help to increase dopamine levels in the brain (making a person feel happier), though further study is needed to prove this.

Other ingredients found in Leviathan Reloaded diet pills are not so impressive. Hordenine, for example, is an antibacterial alkaloid that has never been shown to reduce weight in the body. Yohimbine is another alkaloid that natural medicine uses for aphrodisiac purposes, but not for weight loss. Tribulus terrestis has been used in alternative medicine for many purposes, but in terms of weight loss, its only use would be its nature as a diuretic, which would lead only to water loss from the tissues and not actual fat loss. It merely provides the illusion of weight loss. Finally, DIM, or Diindolymethane, can be used for helping with respiratory disease treatment, but no studies have yet shown that it has any impact on weight loss.

Since many of the ingredients have nothing to do with actual fat loss, and even if they were, their quantities within the formula are not disclosed, there is no way to tell whether or not Leviathan Reloaded diet pills could have any effect, but from a glance at the information on the official website, things look doubtful.

Leviathan Reloaded Product Information

Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast and 2 more capsules in the afternoon. Start off with only 2 capsules for the first 3 days (1 in the morning & 1 in the afternoon) and increase dosage by 1 capsules every two days until maximum dosage of 4 capsules per day is reached. DO NOT EXCEED 4 CAPSULES PER DAY. Do not take within 5 hours of sleep.

Ingredients: (Serving Size: 1 capsule)

Super Energy Complex 210.5mg
caffeine anhydrous,beta-phenylethylamine,mucuna pruriens (velvet bean), yohimbine hcl, hordenine, l-methyl-tyramine
Anabolic Complex 209mg
tribulus terrestris extract, DIM (diindolylmethane), phyllanthus niruri extract (5:1), ficus bengalensis extract, coleus forskohlii extract (20% forskohlin)

Caution: NOT FOR USE BY INDIVIDUALS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS. DO NOT USE IF PREGNANT OR NURSING. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Do NOT consume this product if you have a medical condition and/or taking any prescription medication. Do not exceed recommended serving. Discontinue use and call a physician or licensed qualified health care professional immediately if you experience rapid heartbeat, dizziness, severe headache, or other similar symptoms.

These statements about Leviathan Reloaded diet pills have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Leviathan Reloaded diet pills are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Leviathan Reloaded, 1.9 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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