Leptitrex is a combination of vitamins and five proprietary matrixes. These matrixes are called the “euphoric fat burning matrix,” the “superfood matrix,” the “lean muscle matrix,” the “cellular detox matrix,” and the “anti-aging matrix.” In total, this diet pill contains a staggering forty-eight ingredients.
Because of this glut of ingredients, the makers of Leptitrex promise a variety of rewards including better skin and liver detoxification in addition to the more typical diet-pill claims of increased metabolism and more muscles. The boldest claim of all may be the tagline: “Lose 7 Pounds Every 7 Days Effortlessly.
“The philosophy of Leptitrex makers is that there are “6 Keys” to “Permanent Fat Loss Success.” The vitamins and five matrixes each answer a key: Vitamins and Minerals, Motivation and Hunger, Superfoods, Fat Loss Not Weight Loss, Body and Liver Detox, and Anti-Aging Benefits.
What is Leptitrex?
The key ingredient of Leptitrex’s euphoric fat burning matrix is Phenylethylamine (PEA). PEA increases metabolism by stimulating the thyroid gland. PEA is a complicated substance that can be innocuous or lethal depending on its use. It is an extract derived from chocolate; however, it is also found in illegal drugs such as LSD and ecstasy.
While the Leptitrex website offers the supplement’s long list of ingredients, it does not offer the exact recipe (the amount of each ingredient). This could be dangerous depending on the use of PEA. The superfood matrix capitalizes on Dr. Nicholas Perricone’s televised remarks about ten superfoods that will help people look and feel younger.
These foods, such as acai and barley, contain Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), antioxidants and/or fiber. While clinical studies have shown the effectiveness of two ingredients in Leptitrex’s lean muscle matrix, the website does not share the names of those two ingredients.
The two remaining matrixes, cellular detox, and anti-aging contain familiar and natural ingredients such as green tea, cranberry, and sage. These matrixes promise to rid the liver of toxins and regenerate cells. Leptitrex also contains vitamins such as C, B12, and selenium.
What are the Pros of Leptitrex?
- The official product website offers a money back guarantee.
- The official product website includes customer testimonials.
- Clinical studies have shown the effectiveness of two ingredients in Leptitrex.
What are the Cons of Leptitrex?
- The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated this product.
- The drugs found effective in clinical studies are not named.
- One ingredient, PEA, can be dangerous.
- The price is unclear because the number of dosages per bottle is unavailable online.
Leptitrex Review – The Bottom Line
Leptitrex claims that customers can “Lose 7 Pounds Every 7 Days Effortlessly” and will experience the “mild euphoria of eating 1,000 chocolate bars.” If this sounds too good to be true, it should. While many of the ingredients have been shown effective in clinical studies, it is unclear how they work together.
One main ingredient of this complex, PEA, has many approved uses, but it may also produce serious side effects such as hypertension. It is also not good for heart health and may increase a user’s risk of stroke or heart attack. Consumer Health Digest does not recommend Leptitrex, and buyers should approach this product cautiously if at all.