Lipoblast Extreme is a nonprescription diet pill that is manufactured in the United States by a company that goes by the name of MetaHerbal Labs, LLC. The official website for that company has a page dedicated to this specific product. This provides some information about the pills and allows dieters to purchase it if they wish to do so.
The availability of this information is handy for customers who know the importance of researching a product before actually making a purchase. Lipoblast Extreme is sold on a number of different websites and online marketplaces, but it is typically considered to be best to begin with the official information provided by the manufacturer when doing research into any product. From there, additional reviews, studies and comments can always be sought, but this is a good jumping off point.
In terms of the customer reviews that this product has received over the years, it is interesting that while there are well over one hundred five star reviews, at the same time, there are about an equal number of one star reviews. This suggests that while there are many customers who couldn’t be happier with the results that they have experienced, there is an equal number of customers who are completely dissatisfied with what they have received.
Therefore, to truly understand if this is right for your needs and expectations, it’s a good idea to dig a little bit deeper. At the time that this review was written, the official website listed a massive number of ingredients that make up this formula. They were: Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Magnesium, Tyrosine Complex (proprietary blend of l-tyrosine and acetyl-tyrosine), Green Tea Extract (standardized for epigallocatedchin gallate, caffeine and polyphenols, Cocoa Extract (standardized for PEA (phenlethylamine), tyramime and theobromine), Yerba Mate (standardized for caffeine and methyanthines, dl-methionine, Ginger Root (standardized for gingerols), Proprietary blend fo3, 3′, 4′, 5-7 pentahydroxyflavone and 3, 3′, 4′, 7-tetrahydroxy-flavone), Bitter Orange (standardized for synephrine, n-methyltryramine, hordenine, octopamine and tyramine, DMAE 2 dimethylaminoethanol), Grape Seed Extract (standardized for catechines).
With that number of ingredients, it is difficult to say whether or not there is enough of anything to be effective. It is difficult to believe that there could be adequate amounts of all of those substances in a pill to be able to enjoy benefits from them all, assuming that there are indeed weight loss benefits associated with all of those ingredients. While there are certain substances in Lipoblast Extreme that have been studied, there are many others that have not. Even more concerning is the number of strong stimulants in this product, which could lead many dieters to experience unwanted side effects such as anxiety, jitters, headache, digestive upset, and more.