Lipozene, as made popular by their late night infomercials, contains only one ingredient, glucomannan. We’ll get to the effectiveness of the ingredient in a little bit. According to them, Lipozene has been “clinically proven to reduce body fat.” Well in actuality, the ingredient in Lipozene has been supported by some studies, but Lipozene itself has not been independently studied from what I can tell. Let’s take a better look at Lipozene, shall we?
Glucomannan - Has been shown to be an effective appetite suppressant when taken in amounts of 2-4 grams per day. With the dosage of glucomannan in Lipozene being 1.5 grams per day, it is questionable whether or not it will be effective. My guess is that it wont.
Their site provides very little information on the ingredient in the diet pill. I had to find it in the FAQs. Since a diet pill is simply the makeup of its ingredients, don’t you think that you would focus on the ingredients that are actually supposed to be doing the work? Aparently Lipozene didn’t.
I also found out through various resources on the web that Lipozene’s makers, Obesity Research Institute, LLC, ran into some problems with the FTC when they were making false claims about the results that customers could expect. This resulted $1.5 million penalty. Ouch.
$29.95 per bottle. For the one ingredient that you’re getting, you’re getting ripped off.
They have a 30 day money back guarantee for purchases on the internet or TV offers only. We like to see at least a 90 day guarantee.
Lipozene has high claims that seem to be all hype. Their one ingredient is a good one but it still remains to be seen if the amount included in Lipozene will be effective. Their marketing is very sales oriented and not product oriented (they advertise mostly through TV infomercials). Their price is low, but you’d would expect that for only getting one ingredient and their guarantee isn’t very good. Thumbs down for Lipozene. You can definitely find a better diet pills out there.