Liponexol is an herbal dietary supplement that claims to help users lose excess weight. Liponexol is not a clinically tested medication for obesity.
Liponexol claims to be a carb blocker that can make the body register lower amount of caloric intake in order to lose weight. It’s marketed as an herbal dietary supplement that will help to reduce sugar cravings, help manage elevated blood glucose levels, increase glucose metabolism, control cravings for food, enhance “glucose function,” and promote insulin “efficiency.” None of these claims are tested by medical studies.
Liponexol is marketed by PowerNutra, and obscure company that sells health and personal care products.
PowerNutra claims using Liponexol even while consuming a carbohydrate rich diet can help users lose weight.
Traditionally, all weight loss treatment programs have diet and exercise as essential components.
Liponexol has following herbs listed as ingredients: 450 mg of Fabenol (Phaseolus Vulgaris), 20 mg of Gymnema sylvestris, 20 mg of Guarana seed, 10 mg of Coleus forskohlii and 200 mcg of Chromium polynicotinate.
Fabenol is an extract from white kidney beans claimed as the most potent starch neutralizer, about 2 to 5 times more powerful than others, currently available in the market. Gymnema sylvestris is said to block absorption of sugar in the digestive tract and suppress appetite. Guarana seed is said to induce satiety. Coleus forskohlii is claimed to decrease absorption of carbohydrates by the body, and the trace mineral chromium polynicotinate is claimed to regulate the blood sugar levels in the body.
The manufacturer claims the main ingredient in Liponexol is Fabenol, which is said to contain a protein that can prevent the alpha-amylase enzyme from digesting carbohydrates into glucose to be absorbed by the body. The other ingredients act to assist this process and help the user control cravings and hunger, according to the manufacturer.
However, detailed mechanisms of these ingredients or how they work to achieve the results claimed are unknown.
Liponexol is available in capsule form. Each bottle contains 60 capsules. Liponexol is currently only available for purchase online.
As Liponexol is not a medically tested drug, there are no dosage instructions other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
The manufacturer recommends taking one capsule three times per day with a glass of water. Users are instructed to take Liponexol about 15 to 20 minutes before a meal.
Do not take Liponexol in higher doses than recommended by the manufacturer. Even though the exact effects of this supplement are not known, a higher dose could potentially lead to a harmful overdose.
Liponexol is not a medically studied drug; therefore no side effects are known to occur with use. However, it’s possible that some users experience side effects with prolonged use. If this is the case, immediate call a doctor and discontinue use.
Liponexol is an herbal supplement not tested clinically and sold by an obscure manufacturer. Therefore, do not consider the marketing claims associated with the product as factual.
There is no evidence to support that this product actually works. Users must be cautious that Liponexol may cause undisclosed negative effects, especially when taken with prescription medication.