Leptoprin SD Review
Leptoprin SD claims to be “The ultimate weight loss compound for the significantly overweight…more than 20 pounds overweight or a body mass index (BMI) greater than 27.” Considering that they provide close to zero information about their actual product, its ingredients, and the company, it’s not looking very good so far for Leptoprin SD. Read on to see why Leptoprin SD falls to the bottom of the bucket of diet pills in our opinion.
Leptorin SD Ingredients
Green Tee – A proven weight loss supplement, green tea is known to increase energy and fat oxidation. While we are huge fans of green tea (because it is backed by a ton of well documented, legitimate research), Leptoprin SD doesn’t disclose how much of the ingredient is included, hence, we can say whether it will be effective or not.
L-tyrosine – Has been shown to burn more calories during workouts. Again, Leptoprin SD doesn’t allow us to say whether or not there is a correct amount of it in there.
Kelp – Lacks serious research supporting its claims to aid in weight loss.
Leptoprin SD’s Marketing
Leptroprin SD is marketed by a subsidiary of Basic Research called A.G. Waterhouse, which company has been under quite a bit scrutiny for allegedly falsifying research and clinical studies. It turns out that their “comprehensive analysis” was written by someone who they claimed was a doctor, but in reality was nothing of the sort. Their actual marketing on their website is rather weak, unless you get hooked on the comprehensive analysis. Any company that is under scrutiny of FTC is one that I would stay far, far away from. Bad business practices usually equal bad product.
Leptorprin SD’s Price
An amazing $153.00 per bottle that will last you one month! Leptroprin is clearly trying add credibility to their product by throwing an insanely high price out there in hopes that you’ll think it’s more worthwhile because it’s expensive. A high price tag does NOT equal quality product.
Leptroprin SD’s Guarantee
They claim to have a no-nonsense guarantee and that if you use it for a full 30 days and don’t like it, they’ll refund your money. They fail to mention how long that guarantee is honored for.
The amounts of the ingredients aren’t disclosed. The price is rediculous. The company is extremely shady. I wouldn’t buy bottled water from these guys if I was dying in a desert. Thumbs down for Leptroprin SD.