Lipopro is a relatively new fat burning product on the market. It is produced by Parmapro and relies on a thermogenic formula to increase your body temperature and speed up the metabolism.
There are quite a few ingredients in Lipopro’s formula but we are going to focus on the top ingredients. We’ll help you by breaking them up and providing the pros and cons to each ingredient.
Caffeine is a stimulant used in many medicines, energy pills and soft drinks. Only recently research shows that it can be useful for weight loss.
Caffeine stimulates the body and mind and can help intensify any workout, improving performance and stamina. It also has thermogenic properties, which means it literally heats up the body and helps to burn fat.
Too much caffeine can lead to anxiety and even caffeinism which is a dependency on caffeine. Consumers of Lipopro should be cautious and aware of any addition caffeine that may go into the body while taking this supplement. Other minor side effects include headaches and “crashing.”
White Willow Bark
White willow bark has been used for countless years as a medicinal product. In fact, uses of the bark can be dated back to the ancient Greeks.
White willow bark has been known to reduce inflammation in the body.
Not a lot is known about common side effects associated with white willow bark. Some reported side effects include cramping, nausea and kidney problems.
Green Tea Powder
Green tea has been used for centuries as a medicine due to its antioxidant properties.
Green tea contains EGCG which is an antioxidant that helps stabilize cholesterol levels and reduce inflammation. It also contains caffeine so it acts as a thermogenic.
Green tea is relatively safe and has no major side effects associated with it.
What We Recommend
Because Lipopro is new it is hard to say whether or not we fully approve of it. At $49.99, it ranks in the middle of the market as far as price. We feel Lipopro has a lot of potential, but without having any real user reviews, we can’t be sure.
Try at your own risk.