Evogen Lipocide Review
A three-way attack on fat!
Evogen Lipocide isn’t the easiest supplement to get the lowdown on – there’s certainly not a stack of reliable information out there.
But let’s tell you what we do know – this supplement has been developed to stimulate three distinct effects: regulate the appetite, encourage the body’s metabolism and help sustain continual focus and energy. The result? Those last final few pounds, shifted.
So let’s get down to some serious detail – and find out if Lipocide does the job.
As well as 200mg caffeine anhydrous per serve, Lipocide also contains a ‘metabolic accelerating matrix’ which incorporates unknown amounts of each of the following:
- Acetyl L-carnitine HCL
- Evodia rutaecarpa extract
- Velvet bean extract
- Citrus aurantium extract
- Beta-phenylethylamine HCL
- Capsicum annum extract
- N-beta-methyl-phenylethylamine HCL
- Piper nigrum extract
- Yohimbe HCL
Directions for Use
Take one serving in the morning 20-30 minutes before your first meal. Wait 7-8 hours before taking an (optional) second dose. This supplement is best taken on a four week on four week off basis. Never take more than three capsules in a 24 hour period.
Big drops on body fat percentage, the ability to get seriously shredded, improved mental focus during workouts, suppressed appetite and more are all mentioned repeatedly by seriously happy users here. Other also claim to have experienced sky rocketing energy levels, improved metabolism and improved muscle hardness.
Although mixed, initial feedback is generally positive, although there are some people who claim to have experienced no benefit at all here. One reviewer outs it fairly succinctly: ‘Overrated and underdosed’.
recent reviews courtesy of amazon.com
Reported side effects
The jitters, nausea and problems sleeping are some reported side effects
Where to buy Lipocide
You have a few options here – Bodybuilding.com, allstarhealth.com and Amazon.com all stock Lipocide. It costs around $33 for 60 capsules.
Cash Back Guarantees/Return Policy
There’s no talk of a money-back manufacturer guarantee around this supplement – here’s hoping you like it as you will not get your money back on this one..
Packed With Stimulants and in our opinion, – very little else…. there is no doubt that Lipocide will give you a useful energy boost.. that is as long as you can tolerate the high levels of stimulants in the mix.. its little wonder that users report feeling shaky and have issues sleeping….
Our main concern however, is for the inclusion of two quite unpleasant ingredients… Citrus aurantium – AKA bitter orange is a common replacement for the now banned Ephedra.. largely untested, many experts believe that it is responsible for same nasty side effects that got Ephedra banned in the first place..
The second ingredient is Yohimbe….although technically still legal in the US, it has been banned in many countries due to its ability to increase blood pressure and cause tachycardia and possible strokes in users… It is currently on the FDA’s dangerous ingredient list..
Quite Frankly… Although it should deliver some good boosts in energy which can help fat burning we don’t feel comfortable recommending lipocide because of the inherent risks associated with these two ingredients.. we strongly suggest that you look elsewhere..