Lipozene

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Usage[edit]

Lipozene is a brand name of dietary supplement by Obesity Research Institute LLC, that claims to assist in loss of unwanted body fat.

Dosage and Ingredients[edit]

Lipozene contains 1500 mg Amorphophallus Konjak per capsule, more commonly referred to as konjac powder, which contains certain amount of water soluble polysaccharide called glucomannan that considered to be a dietary fiber, along with other non-dietary fiber materials. This product is not evaluated nor approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for effectiveness or substance.

Lipozene may be taken up to 2 capsules, 3 times a day before each meal, for a total daily maximum dosage of 6 capsules.

The dosage recommended by the seller for people who need to lose a few pounds is one capsule with an 8 oz glass of water before each meal. Those wishing to lose more weight in less time - 2 capsules may be taken at one time, 30 minutes before each meal.

The Lipozene bottle contains 60 pills.

Side effects[edit]

The most common side effects that may be caused by Lipozene include:

Individuals who experience severe side effects are recommended to cease taking the supplement and seek medical attention. Which include but are not limited to;

Interactions[edit]

No interactions are listed on the official website.

Lipozene has been reported to interact with diabetes medications as it may cause a decrease in blood sugar levels.

Due to the action of lipozene on the digestive tract, some medications may not be absorbed correctly.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Lipozene Website Konjak Wiki Page