Lipoféine Expert is a weight loss product manufactured in France by Akopharma. It consists of three separate supplements that are designed to be used in succession to provide a three-stage weight loss solution:
- Fat burning
- Appetite suppression and sugar blocking
Detoxing the body can speed up a sluggish metabolism, so a 10-day detox is a pretty good way to get things off to a good start.
Designing a fat burning product to follow the pills that provide the detox is also a good idea, but it would have been a better idea to develop a product that can be used for longer than 10 days and provides appetite suppression as well.
Most diet pills combine these two benefits and often add other useful features too. Producing an appetite suppressing and sugar blocking product to follow a fat burner is a pretty pointless thing to do.
Admittedly, Akopharma also sell this product as a stand-alone weight loss provider, but it would still make more sense to provide a single product that offers both benefiits.
The daily dose (for each product) will provide:
- Detox (4 x capsules): Green tea (374mg), dandelion root extract (50mg), pineapple stem powder (15mg), black radish root powder (10mg), vitamin B6 (1.4mg), Piper’ In Active (15.8mg)
- Fat Burning (2 x capsules): Mate extract (400mg), guarana seed extract (150mg), Piper’ In Active (15.8mg)
- Appetite Suppression/Sugar Blocking (4 x capsules): Gymnema extract (600mg), gum of carob (450mg), chromium (25μg), Vitamin B3 (16mg), Vitamin B12 (2.5μg), Vitamin B6 (1.4mg), Piper’ In Active (16mg)
Piper’ In Active is common to all three formulations. It’s a proprietary blend of piperine extract that should help ensure the other ingredients are absorbed as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
Judging by the ingredients used in the capsules intended for use during the detox stage, the blend should have the ability to do what it is supposed to do.
Artichoke and dandelion are both respected detox agents and there is also evidence to suggest black radish has this ability as well.
Vitamin B6 is a strange choice for a detox product because it is not usually credited with this ability, but it does help ensure an efficient metabolism. Green tea is also good for the metabolism, but it has probably been added here because it can encourage the body to begin purging itself of toxins.
The capsules used for the fat burning stage are very disappointing because they are nothing more than glorified caffeine pills.
Mate is a South American plant extract that provides a reasonably generous dose of caffeine. Guarana is a more potent caffeine provider that delivers its caffeine at a rate that is slow enough to ensure long-lasting benefits.
The capsules should be good for providing an energy boost, and caffeine is a proven metabolism booster and fat burner, but people who drink several cups of coffee per day would gain similar benefits. It also has to be remembered that caffeine is a stimulant and some people do not tolerate stimulants well.
It’s difficult to understand the sense of using an appetite suppressant for stage three. It would make more sense to use it alongside the fat burner used in stage two.
Most diet pills combine these two abilities, so it’s strange to see a product that does not. That’s somewhat of a mute point though. None of the ingredients are likely to provide much appetite suppression anyway, but chromium and gymnema both have the ability to help prevent after meal blood sugar spikes that could trigger a desire for sweet food.
Lipoféine Expert Side Effects
Lipoféine Expert is not intended for pregnant or nursing mothers. People who have existing health issues should always seek medical advice commencing supplement usage. The same advice is offered to people who are using medication (prescription or over-the-counter) and to anyone who is planning to use Lipoféine Expert alongside other supplements.
Lipoféine Expert Customer Testimonials
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Pricing and Guarantee
You can buy Lipoféine Expert via a number of online stores and it is also available from Amazon. The price varies, but £40 is average. This makes the product a tad cheaper than some of the other diet pill options on the market, but the manufacturer does not offer a money back guarantee, so if it does not work a refund will be out of the question.
The capsules used in Lipoféine Expert stages one and two may help provide a limited amount of weight loss.
But, even with diet and exercise, it is unlikely to be more than a few pounds and anyone who is dieting will probably feel pretty hungry during both stages.
The capsules that are intended to suppress hunger do not come into use until fat burner usage has stopped and the formulation does not appear to have a lot to offer as far as hunger curbing abilities go.
All in all, Lipoféine Expert does not compare well to many other options available and, as as weight loss provider, it’s abilities are a far cry from those provided by PhenQ and other market leading products.