Liponox Reviews

Liponox Reviews

While Liponox does include itself in the nonprescription weight loss pill category, it goes above and beyond in its claims by saying that it is an extreme version of the other types of products that can already be found on the market. That said, this claim isn’t hard to believe, as even a light skimming over of the list of ingredients reveals that there is a great deal of “extreme” contained within these pills.

The first “extreme” that can be easily spotted in Liponox is in the sheer number of ingredients that make up its formula. Moreover, the range of different substances should also be considered to be quite extreme, as they include many different forms such as laxatives, diuretics, and stimulants.

That said, despite all of these numbers and forms of substances, it isn’t all that likely that this product will be able to provide dieters with the type of powerful weight loss that they expect from the product. The closest that they are likely to achieve is a temporary weight reduction that is not the result of lost fat and that will prove to be quite temporary, in all likelihood.

The reason is that the laxatives and diuretics in this product can cause the body to flush out much of the fluids that are stored within the body’s tissues. While this could help to make the body look slimmer and it will register as lighter on the scale for a handful of days, this is the result of water loss, not fat loss. As soon as the dehydration is overcome and the fluids are replaced (as they must be in order to maintain a healthy body) then the weight and size will return.

Unfortunately, the nature of the ingredients also make it quite likely that many dieters will experience side effects from the use of Liponox. Stimulants are known for causing jitters, anxiety, increased heart rate and blood pressure, headaches and other unwanted effects. Diuretics can cause dehydration – which can be quite dangerous – nausea, constipation, and diarrhea. Laxatives can cause loose stool, diarrhea, nausea, flatulence, and abdominal cramping, among other unpleasant sensations.

Some of those types of ingredients impact the body not only while they are being used, but they can also cause the digestive tract to form somewhat of a dependence, so that struggles with diarrhea and constipation can continue for a while after the product’s use, until a healthy natural balance can be restored to the body’s bowel movements.

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