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Is Liptoprin an all natural supplement?

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  • Posted By: ProfGlenda
  • December 10, 2006
  • 04:44 AM

Hi,

Just need honest opinions from any health supplement experts here or from actual users of Liptoprin-Rx health supplement. Is this an all natural health supplement? Are there any hidden harmful ingredients that can harm the body? I do need feedbacks and information from those who have actually taken up this weight loss supplement.

Thanks!
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  • I just bumped into your message and just can’t resist joining this forum to answer your question. I am an actual user of the product and to tell you frankly the effects are stunning since I have lost a great amount of weight (40 lbs) upon taking up Liptoprin for 2 months and what is more exciting is that it seems to tighten up my skin and reduced even my wrinkles. I just don’t know if it was the effect of the ingredient Antrophen HCL… hmmm let me do a research on that dude…;)
    keithmw2k7 1 Replies
    • December 19, 2006
    • 04:51 AM
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  • I just bumped into your message and just can’t resist joining this forum to answer your question. I am an actual user of the product and to tell you frankly the effects are stunning since I have lost a great amount of weight (40 lbs) upon taking up Liptoprin for 2 months and what is more exciting is that it seems to tighten up my skin and reduced even my wrinkles. I just don’t know if it was the effect of the ingredient Antrophen HCL… hmmm let me do a research on that dude…;)Hey Keithmw2k7,But there were other cases that were unsuccessful with it and this was due to other health disorders that they have and they did made a sound advise to consult with a doctor first to see if a person is physically fit to take the supplement. It should always be a standard procedure for any person to check his own physical health before taking any pill, drug or health supplement since we have our own individual health conditions such as high blood, heart conditions or thyroid illnesses and there are certain medications that may contradict with the ingredients of the supplement unless prescribed by your doctor that it is safe to use it.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 16, 2007
    • 03:39 PM
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  • You do have a point there DominionGame45. I did check with my doctor and the results of my medical exam tells that I am physically fit to take any supplement but must be cautious with the ingredients as long as it is made from natural substances.It is true that there are no wonder drug to make a person lose weight in an instant but there are individuals who needs supplements as a support in achieving success in losing weight. Looking for the best supplement that will help decrease your appetite is a major factor for that. But the person must also consider to make a plan of including other activities such as exercise and proper diet.But I did starting using Liptoprin and it has been a week now since I started. They were right that it does lessen your appetite and I have more control with my diet plan and have more time to go to the gym for my daily exercise.Wish me luck that I can attain the target weight I am aiming for ;-)
    ProfGlenda 1 Replies
    • January 27, 2007
    • 00:20 AM
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