Lipobind : At a Glance
Lipobind is a diet regime, manufactured by Goldshield Healthcare, who has manufactured many other health care products. Lipobind is described as a fat binder, that binds with undigested fat and prevents it from being absorbed by your body. Lipobind also is supposed to help reduce food cravings by slowing digestion, reducing changes in blood sugar so that you feel full longer.
Lipobind is available for purchase from the manufacturer’s website and other online sources.
Lipobind : Facts
Lipobind is organically derived from dehydrated cactus leaves and includes extra vitamins that assist your immune system and help to lower cholesterol levels. It is to be taken daily, with 1-3 tablets after regular meals. Lipobind works by combining with dietary fats, creating a complex that is too big to be absorbed by the small intestine. Once the fat has been bound together, vitamins A, D, & E are released into your body to keep levels of fat-soluble vitamins stable. There are several different systems available for Lipobind. For the beginner, there is a starter pack available that includes a pedometer, a tape measurer to keep track of one’s body size, a daily diet and exercise diary, advice booklets, and 60 tablets.
Lipobind : Positive Features
- Testimonials with pictures on the website
- Easy to use and secure website
- Manufactured by a reputable healthcare company
- Contact information for the manufacturer is provided, and you are encouraged to ask questions
- Several systems offered to best fit your needs and lifestyle
- Certified and supported by independent doctors, including a nutritionist, diet/fitness expert, and scientist of herbal medicines
- It has been certified for safety and efficiency by the Medical Device Directive.
- No allergens, artificial coloring, salt, gluten and preservatives
- Vegetarian and vegan friendly. Has been approved by the Vegetarian society.
- Thirty days to return for a replacement or money back.
Lipobind : Negative Features
- Ingredients are said to be organic, but not listed
- No free samples provided
- If you are diabetic, you may have to adjust your daily treatment
- Not recommended for those under 18
- Cannot be taken while pregnant or breast-feeding
- Cannot be taken within two hours of taking medicine that is fat-soluble, including oral contraceptives
- Not suggested for people with kidney disease or kidney stones, as it contains oxalic acids.
- Must drink at least 2 liters of water a day
- No clinical information provided
Lipobind : Conclusion
While Goldshield Healthcare offers no clinical studies, it does demonstrate the science behind the product in layman’s terms. Lipobind is supported and endorsed by many members and groups of the healthcare community. Safety cannot be an issue when so many are willing to tie their name to Lipobind. There are also many testimonials available on the website, which all include pictures so you can directly see the results that others have achieved. Goldshield offers a 30 day guarantee to assure that you will either like the results or get your money back. With no safety hazard and a money-back guarantee, there is little reason not to try Lipobind.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
*Result may vary. If you are pregnant, nursing, have a serious medical condition, or have a history of heart conditions we suggest consulting with a physician before using any supplement. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and should not be relied upon as a medical advice. Always consult your doctor before using any supplements.
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