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Lipozene® (Amorphophallus konjac ) - 2 Bottle Bonus Pack

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$23.99

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Size: 60 Capsules

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  • Maximum Strength Weight Loss Formula
  • Clinically Proven: Helps Reduce Weight and Body Fat
  • 1500mg per dose
  • Safe and Effective

Maximum Strength Lipozene® (Amorphophallus konjac)1500mg per dose lose pure body fat! In a double blind study not only did participants lose weight but 78% of weight lost was pure body fat! Clinically proven to help reduce weight, helps reduce body fat, safe and effective.

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PRODUCT DIRECTIONS / ADDITIONAl INFO

As a dietary maximum results take 2 capsules 30 minutes before meals up to 3 times per day with at least 8 oz of water.

Warnings

Taking this product without adequate fluid may cause it to swell and block you throat or esophagus and may cause choking. Do not take this product if you have difficulty in swallowing. If you experience chest pain, vomiting, or difficulty in swallowing or breathing after taking this product, seek immediate medical attention., If you are pregnant or nursing, under the age of 18, have a medical condition, or are taking any prescription drug, consult your physician before using this dietary supplement.

Other Ingredients

Gelatin, Magnesium Silicate, stearic acid

Lipozene® is exclusively manufactured for:
Obesity Research Institute,LLC Carlsbad, CA

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size  2 Capsules
Servings Per Container  30

Amount Per Serving     % DV

Proprietary Blend for Lipozene®   1500 mg   **

** Daily Value (DV) not established.

Reviews

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Do Not Waste Your Money On This Garbage
These commercials bother me so much that I felt like I had to write a review on this product. First of all, my issue with this product is not with GNC, but with the Obesity Research Institute who makes it. I'm sure that if you are reading a review on this product you have probably seen the commercial with that annoying woman making unbelievable claims about this product. If you pay attention to what is actually being said though, Lipozene doesn't end up looking all that great.

The only ingredient in Lipozene is Amorphophallus Konjac, or as you will usually hear it called, Glucomannan or Konjac root. Konjac is an expanding fiber that when ingested expands in your stomach to make you feel fuller. This is not a bad thing because it can act as an appetite suppressant and help move waste through your body, but that is all it is capable of doing. Konjac does not speed up your metabolism or cause your body to burn more fat. Now, if you were to take this and it caused you to eat less, then you would be theoretically able to lose weight due to the calorie deficit (along with exercise). Now, the Obesity Research Institute would like you to believe that Lipozene "attacks" body fat. NO IT DOESN'T. As I stated above, Konjac has no direct effect on body fat. To say that it is directly targeting body fat is not just misleading, it is a flat out lie

These are my biggest problems with the product, which are repeated over and over again on their commercials. They say that Lipozene cause people to lose weight and of that weight 78% was pure body fat. Sounds good, but what was the other 22%? You could assume that some of it was probably water weight, but more than likely it would also include muscle. In case you didn't know, you do not want to lose muscle mass. The more muscle you have, the more fat you are able to burn. So this means that if you start to lose muscle mass, then you are going to be unable to burn fat as effectively.

The second issue is with the fine print on the commercial. It said that in their "double-blind, clinical study" participants lost on average 3.86 lbs. over the course of 8 weeks. Hmm, so 3.86 lbs divided by 8 weeks. That averages out to .48 lbs per week, or 7.68 oz. That really isn't that effective when diet and exercise alone can easily do more than that.

Finally, one bottle contains 30 pills. Just to help you feel full, you need to take 2 pills, 3x a day with meals. So you have to take 6 pills a day for it to be effective, which means that one bottle will give you 5 days worth. But you get a second bottle for free right? Awesome, so now you get 10 days worth instead of 5.

Simply put, do not waste your money on this. You can find similar products in the store that will do the same thing for less. For example, there is a GNC product called Chitosan w/Glucomannan. Like the Glucomannan(Konjac root), Chitosan is another fiber that expands in your stomach to help you feel full. This one gives you 120 servings (vs. 60 for Lipozene), and it is about 2 bucks less.
August 3, 2013
Not magic beans!
Walked past it on a sale rack and decided to give it a shot. This thing works like every other supplement out there..meaning you need to put in the work...it keeps you full much longer and doesn't bloat...I only take 2 before lunch and sometimes 2 before dinner...i also run 8-10kms at least 3 times a week and eat clean 80% of the time...and have lost about 30lbs since January...so if this isn't working for you, then you're doing it wrong!!...u can't just take this and sit on the couch eating fried chicken!...true story!
May 21, 2013
TV ads vs. Label
The TV ads claim a 30 capsule bottle of Amorphophallus Konjac fiber is a one month supply.
The lable says to take two capsules 30 minutes before each meal, meaning the 30 capsule bottle is a 5-day supply rather than a one month supply.
I will take a wait-and-see attitude as to whether this product is effective, but as I begin, I question whether this product is more effective than taking any other fiber suppliment (such as psyllium) before meals.
The main benifits appear to be 1) the product swells when you drink water, making you feel fuller before you begin eating, and 2) being a non-digested fiber laxative, it 'sweeps the intestines clean'.
With the product costing $3 per day when used as directed, Metamucil may be a much cheaper alternative...
Also, the recommendation that you not take vitamins or medications for two hours before or after using the product means you can not take medications or vitamins with your meals.
March 25, 2013
READ AND LISTEN
the thing about thing pill which they state is not for people who only have a few pounds to lose and for people who are severely over weight... the reasoning behind this is because most people who are severely overweight also over eat... this means if they take this pill and they don't eat as much for even a few weeks are going to see a difference now if they start to exercise along with eating less and drinking more water they are going to have significant effects from taking this pill. now for people who aren't over eaters or addicted to eating so they are over stuffed this pill is not going to work. if you don't over eat then that is not your problem at all its the fact that you are simply not exercising to burn the amount of calories you are taking in so you have a little extra weight. all you need to do is exercise or change what you are actually putting in your mouth... as for the over eaters and food addicts this will help control your appetite make you feel full and with some exercise give you good results!
September 18, 2013
too much hype but no actual results
i used the product as it said to and got no results at all to me it was a joke and a waste of money
April 6, 2013
DO NOT USE!
I ordered this product direct form the company. I used it as directed and had increadable abdominal discomfort and intense headaches! Not to mention I gained more weight by using this product and didnt lose any at all. I thought it might have dlayed effects so I went through 4 bottles of it and had gained about 5 pounds in 2 months. I also dont like sweets or junk food much, so it wasnt do to overeating. In fact I had no energy, felt sluggish and wanted to sleep all the time. Its alot like having mono!
September 28, 2014
Does Not Work
I would not recommend this product. I have taken the first bottle and half of the second bottle and have not seen any results. I could have saved my money.
March 18, 2012
not doing much for me yet
i hope it works but so far nothing.
May 3, 2012
Lipozene
Not worth the money other products have the same ingredients
March 15, 2013
Bulls***
This product is total BS. I have tried it on 3 separate occasions. Purchases off the TV. I not once lost a single pound. In fact, I gain weight each time I used it. They don't even give you enough product to last a month if you follow the directions. Don't waste your money, it IS NOT worth it at all.
August 25, 2015

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