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Lipozene Slimming Pills: Side Effects, Active Ingredients and other Facts

Updated on August 15, 2016

Lipozene is a branded diet pills that are claimed as being reliable and effective appetite suppressant. Containing only Glucomannan as the basic active substance, it has sold more than 15 million units along the United States so is an established brand. Does it really help to get excess weight off? We are going to take a short review at this well-advertised Glucomannan supplement.

Developed and released by the Obesity Research Institute located in California, Lipozene meant to fulfill it was promised to become the only diet product you will ever going to need.

Lipozene is a supplement that is based only on one active ingredient. Known as Konjac root extract , also known as Glucomannan – a dietary fiber that helps you burn calories by filling you a consumer with water and prevents you from overeating. The water soluble fibre in the capsules expands in your belly, reducing both hunger pangs and appetite. Glucomannan was listed as a one of the top appetite suppressants.

A Clinical test that took part in Italy on 30 obese patients has shown that the combination of a low calorie diet and Glucomannan turned out extremely successful in long term weight loss properties. The results weren’t achieved fast – people burnt approximately 5lbs in an 8 week period. However the achieved weight kept for a long time.

The complete formula of Glucomannan includes:

  • Konjac root extract
  • Stearic Acid
  • Gelatin
  • Magnesium Silicate
  • FD&C Blue #1
  • Microcrystalline Cellulose
  • Titanium Dioxide

Lipozene Pros and Cons


As well as a great variety of other weight loss pills on the market, Lipozene makes you feel full and prevents from eating too much food. These pills are also very safe and reliable with minimum side effects. Two more tasty features are low price and money back guarantee within 30 days.


It has a few numbers of side effects – they can’t be claimed the same severe as side effects of some other slimming pills. However a customer who is planning to try it should keep this information in mind:

  • Bloating
  • Nausea
  • Stomach cramps
  • Gas

If any of the negative effects started progressing, you must immediately stop using these pills.

More bad features of this product include prevailing negative consumer reviews and delayed results.


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