December 10, 2013
Liporidex ingredients include CLA, mucuna pruriens, phenylethylamine, green tea, bitter orange extract, cayenne pepper, and soy isoflavones.
Wow. This formula has a couple of proven ingredients. But they don’t list the amounts or a full ingredients list for that matter. Frankly speaking, they may talk about jitter and side effect free formulas. But with green tea alone, green tea has caffeine. Caffeine is the reason why green tea burns fat in the first place! Antioxidants certainly don’t burn fat. As far as the other benefits go, they didn’t pull them out of thin air. The simple fact is that antioxidants when applied to the skin are known to kill off free radicals and therefore prevent premature aging. But in the tiny amounts used and when used from the inside, it doesn’t work the same way. But for the most part, the ingredients don’t promote weight loss and otherwise don’t work.
You Should Not TakeLiporidex If:
- You have a pre-existing medical condition such as heart disease
- You have a family history of medical conditions such as heart disease
- You have caffeine sensitivities
- You have high blood pressure
- You have a liver condition
- You are using an MAO Inhibitor
- You suffer from glaucoma
Possible Side Effects
- Irregular heart beat
- Loss of appetite
- Reduced blood circulation to heart
- Raised blood pressure
- Increased heart rate
Overall Impression of Liporidex:
Liporidex will not work. If anything, it’s specific to women using soy. But that’s a small thing even for women’s diet pills. This being said, we would not recommend that anyone take this, especially men due to the soy content. It could be relatively harmless. But as we have learned with Jeremy Piven, it does mimic estrogen in some ways, and so in larger amounts, it could produce some undesired effects. Either way, this is weak in terms of actual benefits for the common consumer.