We’ve heard this before. LipoDyne is the South African miracle treatment, right? The South African bushmen are skinny, because obviously there’s a secret herb that the South African bushmen didn’t want to share with the rest of us. But now we have caught them, those sneaky South African bushmen.
Does that sound ridiculous to anybody else?
LipoDyne is one of many products basing some pretty ridiculous claims on that concept, bragging about fat burning, muscles, appetite suppression, and the “powerful secret to simple and easy weight loss results.” Supposedly, all that you have to do is put a couple drops under the tongue twice a day to quell your hunger, burn fat, and build lean muscle mass at the same time.
But why do we love products like LipoDyne? Somewhere in our minds, we have to know that hoodia is not all that it’s cracked up to be.
The LipoDyne Appeal
It certainly appeals to everything we want. It is easy, convenient, and it does not cause side effects. You don’t have to take bulky pills, and we like to believe that it has some miraculous ingredient that will help you to reduce fat by 14.6% in weeks! We don’t know how many weeks. But it sounds good.
Should You Trust LipoDyne?
You shouldn’t. It’s really that simple. I hate to break it to you. But drops don’t work, because those tiny drops that seem so convenient now don’t use the clinically proven concentrations of even the smallest ingredients. LipoDyne makes a guarantee. But advertisers assume that you won’t remember to return the bottle within the required 30 days.
And to top it all off, LipoDyne refuses to list ingredients. Judging by the advertising, we assume that LipoDyne uses hoodia gordonii, a popular South African cactus. But it is important to remember that Hoodia has been proven to have no known benefits every single time!
The Clinical Study
This is one thing that you really can’t ignore, and we feel that we have to address. In the past, we have determined the main ingredients in products based on the studies provided, even if makers did not actually name the ingredients used. But the study cited by LipoDyne does not exist. So we really can’t say anything for sure.
In other words, LipoDyne made the study up to cover up the fact that this product does not have a single weight loss ingredient! It is most likely made up of nothing but fillers and preservatives.
LipoDyne Side Effects
Possible side effects of LipoDyne include headaches, jitteriness, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, indigestion, nausea, dizziness, anxiety, facial flushing, insomnia, headache, drowsiness, dry mouth, an elevated heartbeat, drowsiness, dry mouth, an elevated heartbeat, low sodium, increased blood sugar, increased cholesterol, rash, joint disorders, gout, impotence in men, menstrual irregularities, and breast enlargement in men, vomiting, stomach cramping, bloody stool, severe cramping, pain, weakness, dizziness, unusual tiredness, and rectal bleeding.