Leviathan Reloaded Review
I don’t know if it’s just me, but I couldn’t help but laugh out loud at the “warning” that popped up on the Leviathan Reloaded website, which reads: “WARNING: EXTREME BIO-HAZARD. This product is not intended for the weak.” Wow, I’m kind of afraid to give this product a negative reviewâˆšÂ¢â€šÃ‡Â¨Â¬Â¶
Proprietary Blend 1000 mgs
- Coleus Forskohilii
- Acacia Rigidula
- PEA (Phenylethylamine)
- Velvet Bean Extract
- Phyllanthus Niruri
- Ficus Bengalensis Extract
- Yohimbine HCL 9 mgs
Caffeine-A stimulant that is actually a good diet pill ingredient. It will boost your energy level and your metabolism.
Tribulus-A plant that is often used in ayurvedic medicine and is considered an aphrodisiac and a diuretic.
3-Diindolylmethane-A substance found in vegetables such as broccoli and cauliflower that is sometimes used to treat respiratory diseases.
Coleus Forskohilii-A plant that is also used in ayurvedic medicine to treat various conditions such as high blood pressure and respiratory diseases.
Hordenine-An alkaloid that has antibacterial properties.
Phenylethylamine-An alkaloid that works as a neurotransmitter in the brain, Phenylethylamine is claimed to help increase the levels of dopamine. The increase in dopamine is meant to make you feel better.
Yohimbine-Another alkaloid that is often used as an aphrodisiac.
There is no way to tell what is actually in a proprietary blend
All of the ingredients in Leviathan Reloaded are part of a “proprietary” blend. The important thing to note about this is that most diet pill companies use proprietary blends as a way to not have to disclose the amount of each ingredient in the blend. The only effective diet pill ingredient in Leviathan Reloaded is caffeine. But since caffeine is part of the proprietary blend, we don’t know how much of this ingredient is actually in each pill. And besides all that, all of the other ingredients in this diet pill are unproven. In fact, many of them have some crazy uses in ayurvedic medicine, which is definitely not proven at all.
Leviathan Reloaded’s Marketing
This diet pill is marketed toward men, but that said, it still seems kind of odd to me that this company tries to make you feel bad for having a few extra pounds around your middle. Check out a taste of their marketing language:
“That fat around your middle, those ugly love handles that you just can’t seem to get rid ofâˆšÂ¢â€šÃ‡Â¨Â¬Â¶Let’s get something straightâˆšÂ¢â€šÃ‡Â¨Â¬Â¶THEY ARE YOUR FAULT”
OK. Well, now that you feel bad enough about yourself, you’re ready to give this company your money, right? Um, maybe not.
There are a few tabs on the Leviathan Reloaded website. One is for testimonials that are accompanied by a stock photo of a shirtless man who is more cut than any normal person will ever be. Plus, it is never a good idea to pay a lot of attention to the testimonials on these websites-it is much too easy for companies to make them up.
Another tab on the Leviathan Reloaded website is for “the science” behind this diet pill. The problem with this section is that there is no actual science at all. All this page contains is this company’s claims about each ingredient without any actual research or studies at all.
What I’d really like to see is someone ridicule this company for being so obviously fake. Hey, that’s what they deserve for trying to make us feel so bad about ourselves and then try to sell us a product that is not going to help us at all!
Leviathan Reloaded Price
When you order a one-month supply of Leviathan Reloaded you pay $59.95 and get a free bottle with your order. There are more price breaks and free bottles when you order more than one. If you really are interested in Leviathan Reloaded, I would jump on over to BodyBuilding.com where you can find it for $31.99 or over to eBay