HoodiaLyte Liquid Lipo
First off, there are a few different supplements you will get to when looking up “liquid lipo” online. One you may find is pictured to the left, but the ostensibly more popular and well-known Liquid Lipo is created by Hoodialyte. Which is the supplement I will be writing about today. Like most hoodia related supplements, this is intended to curb appetite, burn fat, boost energy, metabolism, and enhance one’s mood. The website is pretty simple in design, and it is impossible to find an ingredients list on the website. This is certainly a problem, as it is impossible to determine what is in the product, and therefore impossible to determine how effective it is. After further online research, other websites provided an ingredients list:
- Vitamin C
- Proprietary Blend of 1750 mg including: L-Carnitine, L-Tyrosine, Hoodia Pure Extract (400mg), Green Tea (150 mg), Pomegranate Fruit, Acai Fruit, Oolong Tea, Yohimbine Bark
So what does all of that mean? There are some pretty bogus claims that were previously on the website that have been taken down. There doesn’t appear to be a return policy readily available, so take precaution before purchasing.
Liquid Lipo Side Effects
Green Tea has been proven to assist in weight loss when taken in doses of 300 mg daily. Seeing that a serving of 150 mg, you would need to adjust accordingly. Also, there are a few side effects associated with taking Green Tea including restlessness, nausea, frequent urination, and heart palpitations. Consult a physician before consuming.
Does Liquid Lipo work well enough to buy?
It may work, but the problem is with the COST and also the ineffectiveness of Hoodia. There is no concrete evidence that taking any supplements with Hoodia will help you lose weight. It is that plain and simple. Furthermore, a month’s supply of the supplement will run you about $200. Wow, that is pricey, even in the diet pill industry. There are much cheaper alternatives available for you.