According to their website, “LipovarinâˆšÂ¢â€šÃ„Ã»Â¬Â¢ will enhance your diet and exercise program by super energizing your workouts and ramping up your metabolism for maximum fat loss.” Better workouts and an increased metabolism. Sounds good, but can it deliver? This Lipovarin review will delve into their ingredient profile to see if it’s all it claims to be.
- Metabromine, (330 mg)
- Theobromine-6% (20 mg)
- Advantra Z (350 mg)
- 10% Total Amines (35 mg)
- Green Tea (100 mg)
- 30% Tea Polyphenols (30 mg)
- 20% Tea Catechins (20 mg)
- Serotain (250 mg)
- 18.5% 5-HTP (45 mg)
- Caffeine (200 mg)
- Rhodiola Rosea (100 mg)
- Taurine (200 mg)
- L-Carnitine, L-Tartrate (15 mg)
- 7-Keto (50 mg)
- Coleus Forskohli (100 mg)
- *Note: These amounts are for 3 capsules total.
Advanta Z- Its main ingredient is citrus aurantium who’s active ingredient is synephrine. Synephrine is an effective stimulant that supposedly doesn’t have the same side effects as other stimulants such as caffeine. The caveat here is that Advantra Z contains synephrine, so don’t be fooled into thinking that the 350 mg is all synephrine. In actually, it’s much less.
Green Tea - Green tea is proven weight loss ingredient that increases the metabolic rate.
5-HTP - Is an effective mood enhancer, but will do little to help with weight loss.
L-Carnitine – There has been little research done on carnitine to date. As it stands, don’t count on it doing much for you in terms of weight loss.
7-Keto – Some warn of adverse side effects when taking 7-Keto. While the little research that has been done on it seems to be supportive, there still needs to be more to be difinitive.
At first glance, their website seems pretty weak and unprofessional. They open up with a sales pitch and it just goes downhill from there. They have little to no information on the actual product (as in ingredients) and provide zilch as far as research to back up their claims. They have the classic before and after photos that they could have gotten from anywhere on the net, and of course the highly questionable testimonials make an appearance. Not to impressive on the marketing side.
$34.98 per bottle.
Lipovarin falls in line with the majority of other diet pills in the industry. They throw some ingredients in a pill, throw up a cheap website, and let the revenue start rolling in. Their ingredients are not included in the clinically proven amounts and their marketing is weak and shady. Their nonexistant money back guarantee doesn’t get us jazzed either. Thumbs down for Lipovarin.