Lipovox Uses

Lipovox uses consist of helping people lose weight and improving acne and wrinkles. However, no clinical studies have been done on Lipovox, so it is unknown if it is safe or effective for weight loss. Unlike prescription medications, supplements (including Lipovox) are not closely regulated, and it is not known if Lipovox actually contains the "super food" extracts that it claims to contain.

Lipovox Uses: An Overview

Lipovox® is a supplement that claims to help improve wrinkles and acne, and may help people lose weight. It supposedly contains extracts from several different "super foods."
 
With obesity on the rise (see Obesity Statistics), many people are searching for "quick fixes" for weight loss. Although the ideal weight loss plans focus on gradual weight loss by eating a healthy diet and increasing physical activity (see How to Lose Weight), many people have difficulty following such plans or feel they need extra assistance in their efforts. Before turning to drastic measures, such as weight loss surgery, many people consider using weight loss pills, especially if they have unsuccessfully tried to control their obesity and exercise and diet have been ineffective.
 
No studies have evaluated Lipovox, so it is not known if Lipovox is effective or even safe. In addition, because supplements are not closely regulated (unlike medications), it is not known if Lipovox actually contains the food extracts that it claims to contain.
 

How Does Lipovox Work?

Supposedly, Lipovox contains extracts from several "super foods" that can help people lose weight and improve acne and wrinkles. Some of these super foods may contain antioxidants, fiber, or various nutrients. Lipovox claims to contain the following ingredients:
 
  • Brazilian acai fruit
  • Barley juice concentrate
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Wheatgrass extract
  • Garlic extract
  • Buckwheat
  • Flaxseed
  • Alfalfa sprouts
  • Lactobacillus acidophilus
  • Soybean extracts
  • Green tea extract
  • Salmon oil powder
  • Alpha lipoic acid (ALA)
  • Dimethylaminoethanol.
     
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