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LipoFuze Review

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Lipofuze is a diet pill that makes the claim “Lose 10 Pounds in 7 Days or Your Money Back Guaranteed”. What? 10 pounds in 7 days? How is that possible you may ask. Well, to be quite honest you can only achieve this kind of weight loss by cutting off an arm or leg. One thing’s for sure, losing 10 pounds of body fat in 7 days is quite impossible.

While I’m on the topic of this ridiculous weight loss claim I would like to point out funny thing about LipoFuze advertising that I found quite ironic. Although the main selling point is losing 10 pounds in 7 days, if you read the FAQ section the first sentence states, “If you find yourself losing more than 1 pound per day decrease the dosage.” But wait, I thought you wanted me to lose more than 1 pound a day. Isn’t 10 pounds in a week like 1.5 pounds a day? Wow! Now I’m confused.

Lipofuze claims to contain 6 patented and 4 clinically tested ingredients. As I have mentioned in other diet pill reviews, even though an ingredient is patented does not mean it works or is safe to take. Many of the ingredients contained in Lipofuze are the same ones found in Apidexin, which received a very poor review. In the spirit of fairness however, let’s take a closer look at Lipofuze’s ingredients. 

Review of LipoFuze Ingredients

  • Thermodiamine – Blah, blah, blah…thermogenic compound… reduction of body fat… increases fat burning. This is the summary of what Lipofuze claims a clinical trial with Thermodiamine has found. What they don’t tell you is that this clinical trial they so proudly reference was conducted with rats. There are no human clinical trials that suggest Thermodiamine has any of these effects and until there is diet pill manufacturers shouldn’t even bother with this ingredient.
  • Razberri-K – Also known as Raspberry ketone, it may alter fat metabolism, but who really knows for sure because as with Thermodiamine the only clinical trials proving its weight loss benefits have been done with rodents (in this case mice).
  • FucoPure (10% Fucoxanthin) – Continuing along with the “rodent” trend is FucoPure, which contains 10% Fucoxanthin. Fucoxanthin is a carotenoid found in many species of kelp and algae. In clinical trials with mice and rats, a diet high in fucoxanthin was found to reduce abdominal fat. However, human studies have found that this ingredient has almost no effect.
  • Forslean – Forslean, also called Coleus Forskohlii, have been tested a couple of times on humans and has shown an ability to build lean muscle. Although not considered an ingredient that will help you lose weight, it may help to prevent further weight gain.
  • Guggul EZ100 – Studies have found that Guggul has properties that can lower cholesterol and can even keep up normal blood lipid levels. It enhances thyroid gland function, which may help to improve metabolism and encourages weight loss. It is still unknown, however, how much GuggulEZ100 has to be consumed daily to reap these benefits.
  • BioPerine – An extract from black pepper, BioPerine (piperine) has been found to increase the effectiveness of some drugs and nutrients in the body. Whether it increases the effectiveness of the other ingredients in Lipofuze has not been studied and remains unknown.
  • Green Tea – The benefits of green tea are many, but as far as weight loss is concerned it has been proven to assist in fat burning by increasing the body’s metabolic rate.
  • Capsaicin – While this element of cayenne pepper has many health benefits and is an antioxidant, it may help decrease appetite and assist in fat metabolism. However, like many of Lipofuzes other ingredients, the clinical study that supports this claim was conducted with rats, not humans.
  • Synephrine HCl – Synephrine HCl is derived from Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) and acts similarly to ephedra. Studies have found that synephrine HCl increases metabolism and provides an overall boost in energy. Unfortunately, there are some serious side effects associated with taking this drug, including high blood pressure and arrhythmias.
  • DHEA – DHEA, or Dehydroepiandrosterone, is an important steroid hormone that is known to decline as you get older. In the body, DHEA helps support healthy thyroid function and when the thyroid is functioning at its best the body’s metabolism operates at an optimum level. Although there are a number of human clinical trials that suggest DHEA may promote weight loss, there is an equal number that refute these claims.

Additional ingredients in LipoFuze are: Cinnamon, Ginger, Phenylethylamine and 20-hydroxyecdysone. 

Lipofuze and Weight Loss – Do Lipofuze Diet Pills Work?

As you can see from this review of LipoFuze diet pills ingredients, there is very little science to back the claims they make for weight loss. It is very un-nerving to find so many diet pill manufacturers basing the effectiveness and safety of their ingredients on rodent trials alone. There are some unarguable differences between rodents and humans and to base the majority of your ingredients on the results of rodent studies alone is irresponsible at best. 

Combine Lipofuze’s ridiculous claims of a weight loss of “10 pounds in 7 days” with the fact that the majority of the ingredients have only been tested on rodents and you get a product you would be much better without.

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