Lipitrex claims to help you lose weight by “effectively diminish[ing] appetite and increas[ing] your body’s natrual fat-burning processes.” At first glance, Lipitrex seems appealing as it touts a number of proven ingredients. A littel digging, however, finds an all to common problem with diet pills — not high enough amounts of the ingredients.
This Lipitrex review will show you why Lipitrex is yet another diet pill that doesn’t deserve your attention.
- Magnesium (100 mg)
- Chromium (100 mcg)
- Green Tea (100 mg)
- Coleus Forskohlii (120 mg)
- PinnoThin (1500 mg)
- CLA (1500 mg)
- Citrus Aurantium (100 mg)
- Guarana (200 mg)
Magnesium – Has many overall health benefits, none of which have been linked directly with weight loss.
Chromium - The jury is still out when it comes to chromium’s effectiveness in weight loss. It is, however important to your overall health.
Green Tea – Green tea is one of the few diet pill ingredients that is heavily backed by tons of research confirming its efficacy in weight loss. It functions through increasing your metaboliic rate. While we always like to see green tea included in a diet pill, Liptirex includes a measly 100 mg which is way below what any quality diet pill should have that includes it.
Coleus Forskohlii – Has been shown in clinical studies to aid in weight loss. However, we again see an amount well below the amounts used in clinical studies.
PinnoThin – PinnoThin includes pinolenic acid which some studies show to help in appetite suppression.
CLA - One study I found on CLA used 1.8 g and found CLA to help with weight loss. Lipitrex uses 1.5 g which is pretty close (although probably not close enough) to the amount needed to be effective.
Citrus Aurantium – Contains synephrine, which is actually a pretty quality diet pill ingredient when used in the right concentration. Many diet pill companies include synephrine but in very small amounts, making it useless. Lipitrex, as it does not disclose the concentration of synephrine used, is probably one of these companies.
It appears Lipitrex has gone the way of the majority of others in this industry by including proven ingredients, but at small amounts in hopes that you won’t look at the label (or that you don’t know what the amounts need to be). But hey, at least they disclosed the amounts unlike most.
Their website is refreshing in the sense that it’s not covered with before and after photos or models that obviously have never heard of the advertised supplement. It’s straight forward which I like and provided a decent amount of information on the poduct and ingredients (although the research and claims were somewhat questionable).
One thing I didn’t like, however, was that the first half of the homepage was more of a salespitch on the benefits of losing weight, rather than a focus on their product. This is a common tactic trying to get you emotionally sold on getting thin before you’re introduced to the diet pill. I’m not a fan.
A one month supply of Lipitrex costs $49.95. For the amounts of ingredients that you’re getting, this is way too high.
They have a 180 day guarantee which is a pretty good guarantee. Anything over a couple months is a plus in our book.
Lipitrex is nothing special, blending in with the hundres of other diet pills that show good ingredients on the bottle and yet include fractions of the amounts needed to be effective. Spend your money elsewhere on a diet pill with the proven amounts of the ingredients, not just a cover up. Thumbs down for Lipitrex.