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Does Lipozene Really Work
Does Lipozene really work and is it safe? I am 19 yrs old 5'5" & 143lbs. I've been workin out a lot & no results! i want to use Lipozene
Wondering if Lipozene or even hydroxycut or even slim optimum would work to keep weight of? I broke my foot so i can't really exercise.
Broke foot : Did you get your foot treated and get the fracture healed ? If yes and you still have pain consider gettting evaluated for a foot orthotic . Foot pain is not normal and can usually be resolved by proper treatment . I would see a podiatrist in your area . If the fracture was not treated correctly it may not be healed and thats why your in pain. You need a pain free foot to loose weight and exercise. ...Read more
Diet pills: I am not a fan of diet pills. A proper diet is much safer. I do recognize that your weight loss would be quicker with pills but I don't think you will feed as good. You need to exercise regularly if you can and also go on-line to "NuVal" and get a good idea of what foods are good, not so good, and bad for you. ...Read more
Tricky: The company doesn't give a lot of info on it's ingredient(s). Basically a rumor has it that it works because of glucomannan. A not-very-absorbed starch like paper. Mostly, the results on similar compounds have been (slightly) positive. There are several reasons. First, diet foods work by substituting something that doesnt have calories. Second, fiber....helps gut hormones and metabolism ...Read more
If hydroxycut and lipozene dont work .... i have pcos and a thyroid problem (i take meds) plain diet and exercise is not showing a difference!
Glucomannan: There is very little strong evidence for any of the claimed effects of this substance. At best some of its claimed effects are 'possible' ...Read more
Is OTC product: ...that contains a single ingredient, glucomannan, a water-soluble, fermentable dietary fiber extracted from the tuber or root of the elephant yam, also known as Konjac (Amorphophallus konjac or A. rivieri). Watch out for possible GI disturbance with bloating, gas, abdominal discomfort, constipation and watery stool. ...Read more
I read through the: Lipozene internet site and could not find an age limitations listed. With that said - do not recommend taking lipozene in a young teenager. ...Read more
Drink lipozene: I would recommend seeing what happens when you drink. If something bad then don't do it. But it is not clear what u are talking about drinking? Scotch, water,coke or what? ...Read more
No: it does not contain any of the usual stimulants that can give false positives for amphetamines. However, even when there is a false positive, that should not be a "fail" on a drug test since ALL positives on screening tests need to be confirmed with more sophisticated testing like gas chromatography/mass spectrography or similar tests. If they don't do this, you may have legal recourse to dispute. ...Read more
Sure: Technically,you could,,but look at the fine print during that commercial. The weight loss attributable to Lipozene was only ~3 pounds. Is it really worth it to out this chemical in your system for only three extra pounds of weight loss? ...Read more
Don't bother: I would recommend you avoid such products that have never been medically/scientifically tested and essentially depend on slick advertising for sales. See a dietician and get some accurate guidance on what to eat and see a trainer if you want to develop musculature. ...Read more
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