Lipo Assassin

Lipo Assassin

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Lipo Assassin Review

Lipo Assassin by Legal Gear is a weight loss product that is marketed as being stimulant-free, but able to increase thermogenesis for burning fat as it reduces the appetite and helps in building lean body mass. It uses a series of herbal and non-herbal ingredients to try to achieve this goal.

The instructions state that two capsules are required per serving. They will need to be taken three times every day, never exceeding six pills every day (within the span of twenty four hours). Anything over this amount could result in unpleasant side effects or even health risks.

The formula is a blend based primarily on guggulsterones, which are derived from the Commiphora Mukul herb. This substance has shown in some studies to be helpful in assisting with proper thyroid function, which means that the hormones of the body will be better balanced. This is especially the case in the hormones that regulate the temperature of the body and run the metabolism. Though it hasn’t actually been proven yet in any studies that guggulsterones will cause weight loss, they do help with thermogenesis, which can assist in making it easier to lose weight.

Evodiamine is another primary active ingredient in Lipo Assassin diet pills, and is derived from the Evodia rutaecarpa herb. It helps to slow the progress of food through the digestive system. This allows food to remain in the stomach longer than usual, maintaining a full feeling longer. This being said, it should be taken very carefully as it can cause constipation and can result in a higher rate of allergic reactions to substances that would not otherwise cause such reactions.

Green tea is an ingredient in Lipo Assassin’s herbal blend. It has been found that when used in large enough daily quantities, Green tea can help with the regulation of sugars in the body, which allows carbohydrates to be better metabolized so that less energy results in stored fat. However, it requires a certain amount in order to be effective and the amount of green tea in each pill is not listed by Lipo Assassin’s marketing materials, therefore, it is impossible to tell whether this ingredient will be of any use at all. Also, green tea is a source of caffeine, which means that Lipo Assassin diet pills do contain at least one stimulant.

Momordica and Fo-ti, two other ingredients listed in the herbal blend, are both traditional Chinese herbs, neither of which has been shown in human studies to impact weight loss in any positive way. Similarly, while berberine is an effective liver protector, it doesn’t do anything to help burn fat, boost energy, or lose weight in any other direct way.

The ingredients listed in Lipo Assassin suggest this product will not be very beneficial for weight loss. Relying on the effects of guggulsterones and a small amount of caffeine from green tea will not boost your metabolism high enough to see results.

Product Information

Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules, three times daily. Do not exceed 6 capsules in a 24 hour period.

Ingredients: (Serving Size: 2 Capsules)

Guggulsterones E&Z 15mg
Evodiamine 15mg
Acetyl L-Carnitine 200mg
Herbal Blend 800mg
Momordica (Bitter Melon)
Green Tea
Berberine HCl

Other Ingredients: Maltodextrin, gelatin, magnesium stearate, silica.

Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Consult your physician before using this dietary supplement. Do not use this product if you are at risk or are being treated for high blood pressure, heart, kidney, thyroid, or psychiatric disease, difficulty in urinating, prostate enlargement, anxiety, depression, seizure disorder, or stroke. Consult your healthcare professional before use if you are taking antidepressants, MAO inhibitors, or any other prescription drugs. Discontinue use and consult your healthcare professional if dizziness, sleeplessness, tremors, nervousness, headache or heart palpitations occur. Consult your healthcare practitioner before beginning any weight loss program.

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

Lipo Assassin, 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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