We look at how easy it is to buy and whether it really does live up to the claims it makes.
- Nothing positive to find whatsoever
- Main ingredient proven not to work for weight loss
- Too many ingredients in too small quantities
- No physical address for the company
- No proper studies have ever been done
- U.S. Government warning issued for the main ingredient
- Claims to do everything all in one pill
- Never tested in any studies as a complete diet pill
First off we try and get hold of a sample of the product to really test things out. Our first port of call was the main website for the company and a quick call to the phone number they supply to see if they will send us a sample product. Hmmm, not good at all, we try several times over a 24 hour period and get a recorded message. We leave a message but after a week no one gets back to us. Now why doesn’t this surprise us?
They also have a “live” advisor chat box on the site, this sounds like a good idea so we connect and see what happens, again this isn’t looking good: “Currently we are not available to chat. Please leave a message and we will return your enquiry soon.”
We leave another couple of messages and wait for a reply…..again nothing at all. This is not looking good, so far they haven’t replied to anything we have sent.
OK last try; we’ll send them an old fashioned letter to their address. Well we would if we could but there’s no physical address listed on the site! We are starting to think that these guys are trying their damndest to be uncontactable, normally the sign this is going to be an unpleasant experience,
So not good at all so far and a whole host of warning signs but lets have a closer look at the product itself.
- Customer reviews are anecdotal
- No hard science behind anything the makers claim
- Bad reviews behind the companies selling Liporexall
What Does Liporexall Claim To Do?
The makers of Liporexall have been rather clever in how they have designed their website. They don’t actually claim much at all, simply some generic things like, “Reduce Your Appetite”, “Boost Your Metabolism” and “Increase Energy”.
These don’t actually mean much and could be claimed for pretty much anything, for example if you ate a bowl full of rotten food you would lose your appetite pretty quickly!
Instead they have left out any claims they make and then rely on a huge list of fake testimonials to imply that you will experience the same effect. They even have the audacity (to cover themselves legally) to admit in very small print at the bottom of the page that the testimonials are “anecdotal” and “consumers may not experience the same benefits.”
So we have some generic claims for the product itself that don’t really mean anything and a raft of “anecdotal” testimonials that they admit don’t really mean anything…….but have planted the impression that they will!
This is not looking good, but lets press on and see what is in Liporexall.
What Are The Ingredients For Liporexall?
They are making a big song and dance that the ingredients of Liporexall are either patented or patent pending. Again this is a hollow claim and is being used to imply that everything has somehow been approved by Government agencies. This is far from the truth but a clever little trick designed to fool people.
Lets have a look at this magic ingredient then. Initially we are struck by how many there are, we count 11 in total with most of them in a “proprietary blend.”
Oh no that that old trick again!! Manufacturers use this to hide exactly what is in the diet pill and in what proportions, theoretically they can put an absolute miniscule amount of an ingredient in a mix like this and get away with it. We suspect they are trying to pull a fast one here.
Lets have a close look at the ingredients of Liporexall:
- ChromeMate: The only ingredient that is listed with an actual amount of 250 mcg. This is the basis for all of the claims implied by the makers. We dug a little deeper and found this quote on the National Institute of Health website:
“Chromium supplements are sometimes claimed to reduce body fat and increase lean (muscle) mass. Yet a recent review of 24 studies that examined the effects of 200 to 1,000 mcg/day of chromium (in the form of chromium picolinate) on body mass or composition found no significant benefits” and
“In several studies, chromium’s effects on body weight and composition may be called into question”
Well we are not going to argue with a Government body, it seems like the whole basis of this product is based on a total fraud!
- Super Citrimax: Claims to lower appetite and lower fat production. We have no idea what the “super” is meant to mean but sounds good
- Pinnothin: Claims to be an appetite suppressant
- Advantra Z: Made from the extract of citrus aurantium or “Bitter Orange.” No tests have been done on this particular version of bitter orange
- NeOptunia: Another fancy sounding ingredient, it claims to be a fat binder. No indication that there are sufficient amounts of this ingredient to have any effect.
- Phase 2: Made from an extract of white kidney bean, this is a carb blocker but again probably not in sufficient quantities to make any real difference.
- 7-Keto Dhea: Claims to be a natural metabolite of DHEA, a steroid that boosts muscular and mental stamina.
- ForsLean: Supposedly initiates chemical reactions in the body in order to release fat from fat cells. Said to be similar to epehedrine, a banned substance.
- InFinergy Caffeine Malate: Another example of giving a fancy name to coffee. A cup of coffee on its own will probably have the same effect.
- Tonalin: A form of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) said to improve body composition.
- Bioperine: A black pepper supplement that claims to increase the heat of the body and so increase the metabolism.
So What Does All This Mean?
On the surface of it Liporexall appears to contain a number of good ingredients.
Unfortunately the main ingredient has been dismissed by the U.S. Government scientists to have no effect on weight loss.
The rest if the ingredients have then been given some fancy sounding names and jammed into a “proprietary blend” in order to hide the amounts and fool people into thinking its some sort of magic formula
Does Liporexall Have Any Side Effects?
No studies have been done either into the effectiveness of Liporexall or indeed if there are any side effects from ingesting the mix that they have come up with. There could possibly be long-term damage to the body; at this stage it is impossible to say one way or the other.
Any Liporexall Reviews From Customers?
Apart from the “anecdotal” reviews on the makers website, which are a bit of a mind trick, there doesn’t seem to many positive independent comments for Liporexall.
So Does Liporexall Work?
In a word NO.
The main ingredient has been proven to have no effect and the rest of the fancy sounding ingredients are in such miniscule quantities in the dosage recommended, as to render them useless.
Liporexall is a combination of clever marketing and a selective claims all mashed up in order to fool the buyer. We highly recommend that you look at alternative products rather than Liporexall.
Where Can I Buy Liporexall?
Liporexall can be bought online direct from the main merchant, which appears to be Gadd Formulas, LLC based in Utah. This is the company receiving the payments but they are well hidden by registering under a proxy company controlled by an attorney. More reason to arouse the suspicions.
There are also a number of fake review sites that review Liporexall but they are all controlled by the same people in order to give fake reviews.
Liporexall has got disaster written all over it for the consumer!
A nightmare company to get in touch with, either by phone, email or physical address.
Combine this with a product whose main ingredient is proven not to be effective by the U.S. Government. Then the rest of the ingredients in such small quantities as to be useless.
All this adds up to one of the strongest diet pills warnings we have issued: