LipidFX

LipidFX

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LipidFX Review

LipidFX is a weight loss supplement drug that is manufactured by the company called Scivation. It takes an angle slightly different from many of the other over-the-counter diet pills currently available in that its main marketing angle is toward its working with three important fatty acids in order to help people to lose fat instead. But does LipidFX actually work?

When reviewing real customer reviews of LipidFX diet pills, there appeared to be more negative opinions about this product than positive ones. Though this is not necessarily a scientific way of judging whether or not the drug actually works, it can give some indication as to how satisfied certain customers have been with its use.

This being said, LipidFX diet pills, as of yet, have no known unwanted side effects, which is promising in terms of the safety of its use. The ingredients highlighted by the marketing materials are the three fatty acids they advertise in their main selling statements. These are Oleoylethanolamide (OEA), Stearoylethanolamide (SEA), and TetradecylThioacetic Acid (TTA).

OEA has not shown to be of benefit as of yet in any human studies, but Spanish studies on rats have shown that the fatty acid has had some metabolism boosting impact. It may also have some appetite suppression ability, though that has not been confirmed in animal or human studies.

SEA works on the liver and research from Denmark has started to suggest that it may assist the body in lowering the amount of fat that it absorbs and stores, though further research is required to truly make this determination.

TTA has had some studies performed to discover its benefits, primarily one in Norway performed on humans. The belief had been that blood lipids (fat) would be decreased, but there was no indication of this in the study. Instead, it suggested that the plasma concentration is heightened by TTA, which has no impact on weight loss whatsoever.

The research on the three primary ingredients does continue to leave the efficacy of the drug in question. It is unclear as to whether or not there is anything that this drug has to offer that is scientifically proven to assist with weight loss on any level.

Though the price of a bottle of LipidFX diet pills retails for about $35 USD, it should still be considered a risk since there is no way of knowing if it could actually work. Though it may not be a lot of money, it may be money better saved or spent on a product that contains at least a few ingredients known to promote weight loss.

LipidFx Product Information

Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules two times per day with meals at least 6-8 hours apart.

Ingredients: (Serving Size: 4 capsules)

TTA (Tetradecylthioacetic acid) 1000mg
PhosphoLean (standardized to 24% OEA (Oleoylethanolamide) and 14% EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) 350mg
SEA (Stearoylethanolamide) 250mg

Other Ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, silicon dioxide and magnesium stearate.

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

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

LipidFX, 2.9 out of 5 based on 3 ratings

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3 Thoughts to “LipidFX”

  1. Craig

    These were total crap. Nough said.

    1. shelly

      u dint lose no weight at all?

  2. wuchi

    Though the price of a bottle of LipidFX diet pills retails for about $35 USD, it should still be considered a risk since there is no way of knowing if it could actually work. Though it may not be a lot of money, it may be money better saved or spent on a product that contains at least a few ingredients known to promote weight loss.

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