The first time I researched Lipofuze was over a year ago. Back then, the diet pill had been remade with several impressive ingredients. Then just recently, the company decided to reformulate Lipofuze again.
I was intrigued by these changes. Would the new ingredients make Lipofuze a better diet pill?
Eventually, consumers will be able to read what other consumers are saying about the new ingredients. But right now, all we have are the ingredients. So, take a look at what research shows about the new formula.
The company took 2 old ingredients from Lipofuze and added 2 new ones. Green coffee and caffeine are powerful, clinically proven ingredients. So, they could be good additions to the Lipofuze formula. But let’s learn more before drawing conclusions.
Green Coffee Bean Extract (200 mg) – Chlorogenic acid isn’t just an antioxidant. It boosts metabolism, blocks fat production, and reduces carbohydrate absorption. Green coffee bean extract contains 50% chlorogenic acid. When study participants took the extract, they burned more calories, lost weight, and had lower blood sugar levels.
Caffeine Anhydrous (200 mg) – For years, I thought caffeine was just an energy booster. But then I found studies that show caffeine burns fat and suppresses appetite. It stimulates thermogenesis, which burns fat to produce body heat. It suppresses appetite by decreasing NPY stress hormone levels.
African Mango Seed Extract (150 mg) – Fiber lowers cholesterol, suppresses appetite, and improves digestion. African mango seed extract is high in fiber. The fruit also increases leptin and adiponectin, which are substances that burn fat, boost metabolism, and reduce hunger. African mango seed extract helped study participants lose 28.2 lbs. on average.
GreenSelect Phytosome Green Tea (150 mg) – The more bioavailable an ingredient is, the faster it absorbs and the more effective it is. GreenSelect Phytosome Green Tea is more bioavailable than any other green tea. It contains catechins and caffeine, which stimulate the body to burn fat faster. In one study, people lost 30 lbs. just by taking GreenSelect Phytosome Green Tea.
Coenzyme Q10 (50 mg) – When your body needs energy, it draws on coenzyme Q10 for help. This vitamin-like substance enhances metabolism and burns fat. It also replenishes ATP, which is the main energy supplier in the body.
Lipofuze is not sold in stores. But these authorized retailers offer great deals online:
• Lipofuze.com: $49.95
• Supplementing.com: $44.95
• eSupplements.com: $44.99
These retailers also offer discounts on bulk orders. When you buy more than 1 bottle, the price per bottle is reduced significantly. Free shipping is also offered for bulk orders.
The official website promises Lipofuze users they’ll get results, or they’ll get a refund. You have 90 days to try Lipofuze risk free. If it doesn’t work, contact the customer service department. They’ll give you a Return Merchandise Authorization number. This number must be included with your return or you won’t receive a full refund.
The guarantee applies to 1 used and all unused bottles. Once the company processes your return, they will give you a full refund (less s/h).
Not only does Lipofuze contain proven ingredients, research shows it has the exact amounts used during clinical research. As a result, chances are good users will lose weight faster while using Lipofuze. In addition, the diet pill should not cause side effects for most users. However, the large caffeine dosage may cause side effects for people who are sensitive to caffeine.
I recommend buying Lipofuze because it contains researched ingredients, it’s affordable, and it’s guaranteed.
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