Not a day goes by that you won’t see it on TV or read about in a newspaper or magazine, on how to lose weight taking this pill or that pill, or getting rid of that body fat, naturally. So here’s the question before the board of “common sense!” If you can get rid of that stubborn “belly fat” naturally, why do you need a pill? Lipozene, ostensibly a diet pill, touts the “fact” that any person ingesting this “fat burner pill,” can make your tummy feel full; ergo, lose pounds as quickly as a magician hides a coin. Okay, here’s the common sense answer to that “fact.” Can’t people lose weight and body fat by just having the discipline to do it themselves without taking a pill like Lipozene?
Well, I see a lot of frowns out there in “article land” thinking that this author doesn’t have both oars in the water. So they’ll ignore all the purported Lipozene side effects and other negatives, and lean more on the positive aspects of buying and using Lipozene. Since we always like to be “fair and balanced,” with your permission and indulgence, let’s turn the page, and investigate the good and the bad, and present what others have said or are saying in their Lipozene reviews.
First, it is a medical fact that there is no “magic pill or drug” that can make you lose weight. That said let’s ask the $64,000 dollar question: “does Lipozene really work?” That depends on who or what you believe; the Lipozene manufacturer or the medical establishment. Some say it does work, but only when accompanied with the usual suspects: exercise and proper diet and eating habits. Other positives inform us that since Lipozene contains Glucomannan you can possibly lose a bit over five pounds in less than 60 days. But it does contain fiber, which is not a bad thing.
Lipozene is a water soluble dietary fiber that contains Glucommannan which is nothing more than a root plant indigenous of Asian countries, but cultivated in Japan.
It can absorb more than 200 times its weight in water; ergo, when taken before a meal it causes you to feel full because the drug interacts with foods in your stomach. So far, there’s nothing mysterious about that, but, like they say on TV, “wait, there’s more!” Using too much of the dietary supplement Lipozene, you’ll find yourself suffering through: nausea, gas, diarrhea, and some pain in your tummy. Also, Lipozene’s main manufacturer has met the wrath of the FDA, and has been accused of making false claims on other products they produce. Now, it’s time for the jury to retire and make a decision.