does lipozene work?
Answer by itsme
First of all, Lipozene is distributed from the same “company” as Propolene, the other fishy infomercial that claims to magically “burn” off external body fat. The same products contain glucomannan which is just a cute name for a large amount of dietary fiber. Fiber is really good at absorbing water in your intestines so therefore when you consume these products you FEEL like you’ve had enough to eat so therefore, in theory, you would stop eating. Statistically speaking, if you ate less (and in combination had a vigorous exercise program) you would potentially see that you have “burned” off the pounds. The makers of these products do not want to attribute solely that an exercise program will actually make you lose weight; but in reality the complete elimination of processed sugar in combination with an vigorous exercise routine is the only “clinically proven” way to lose weight (whether a person accepts this proposition or not.) Also what is more ironic is how the distributors decide to use the name Lipozene when the actual dietary supplement has nothing to do with liposuction, the exception to the rule of losing weight. Perhaps the distributors wanted instill a “magical burning fat effect” on the potential customers without providing credible support for their claims. Again the individual has to understand that just because a product is advertised, doesn’t mean the product will have to justify all the speaker’s intentions.
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