Lipoway claims to be a “stomach blocker” on its website. The Lipoway website only discloses one ingredient in its formula. They give it a fancy name of “lipowatricol” on the product website, but it’s simply Konhac root fiber. Konhac root fiber has shown promise as an appetite suppressant, but it’s certainly no miracle ingredient.
Glucomannan (Konhac root fiber) is an appetite suppressant. It bonds with water in the stomach to form a gel, creating a feeling of fullness.
The manufacturer of this Lipoway, Micro Nutra, claims their supplement can improve regularity and increase energy levels. The energy level claim is not backed by any science, but like most fibers it probably does help somewhat with regularity. Micro Nutra wants the customer to believe that Lipoway is an amazing new product, when it is actually nothing more than a commonly used fiber ingredient. Also, the name Lipoway seems to suggest that it has a “lipo” effect on body fat, when it actually does not contain a single fat-burning ingredient.
$47.00 for (120 Caps) is extremely pricey considering that all you get is some fiber.
Lipoway does have a 90-day money back guarantee, which is better than most, but with stipulations. You can only return one opened bottle, but you cannot return it before 30 days after ordering (research shows that most people do not bother making a return after 30 days), and you have to get a return authorization number.
Lipoway appears to be an average appetite suppressant. Most effective weight loss formulas will combine at least one fat burning ingredient to go along with the appetite suppressant ingredient. Also, it’s always good to look for weight loss supplements that list all their ingredients and in the full amounts so you know exactly what you’re getting. Our recommendation on Lipoway is that you can get a decent fiber for a lot less than this, and a much better weight loss supplement for around the same price.