So Dr. Noah Dean talks about Lipozene, here is the breakdown.
Lipozene is made up mainly of a root extract (from a plant) called Amorphophallus Konjac which is more or less just fiber.
When it comes in contact with water it swells, so when it hits the stomach it swells and can make you feel “full”. It is high in fiber which is not a bad thing, it can help make you regular.
Another main ingredient is Gelatin which really doesn’t do “much” at all, but holds everything together. It has no benefit but can also take up space and help you feel full.
Microcrystalline Cellulose is a little more complex and processed but is just another fiber that goes along with the Konjac.
There are a few others, magnesium silicate being one of them. Some researchers say it can contribute to causing cancer. While not definitive, it is good to know!
One to REALLY watch out for is Stearic Acid… this is a problem. It naturally occurs, but if it is hydrogenated “by man” it is dangerous. It becomes a hydrogenated fat. Dr. Noah Dean equates this to pouring “Super Glue” into your blood vessels.
Titanium Dioxide is also in there, but it probably okay by his assessment as it is used here as a coloring agent.
FD&C Blue #1 is also in there, this is just a coloring agent and is okay.
Dr. Noah Dean then talks about the commercial on TV, they pitch it as the last ditch effort to weight loss. If you are considering lipo, or some type of surgery to lose weight then Lipozene is for you!
He then says they advertise 3.8 pounds of weight loss over the course of eight (8) weeks. This is roughly one slice a bread a day over the course the eight weeks.
Bottom line: It is NOT a miracle drug!
The video didn’t have the highest quality picture on it or audio for that matter, but the content is great!
Huge thanks to Dr. Noah Dean for making the video and spreading the good word!