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Lipozene is a diet pill that was introduced in 2006 by the The Obesity Research Institute LLC. It is marketed to help people lose weight and reduce body fat. Clinical studies and research have been conducted to make sure it is okay to use.

Lipozene’s main ingredient is called Glucomannan, a natural fiber derived from the konjac root. This fiber has been used for decades to help control weight. When glucomannan comes into contact with water it expands, which is why each dose should be taken with 8oz of water 30 minutes before eating. The overall effect makes you feel fuller faster and also decreases your appetite.

When purchasing Lipozene as a 30-day risk free trial, there is an initial payment of $29.95 and then a second payment of $59.90 at the end of the trial period. The total comes out to be almost $90.00 for the 30-day supply. Don’t forget that at the same exact time the second payment is due, you will have finished your 30-day supply and will need to buy more. The reason you will need to continue taking the product is because weight loss usually starts approximately 2-4 weeks after consistent use of the product. This means that you will have only started to notice results when the trial is ending.

It is necessary to know that Lipozene is simply a brand name used as a marketing tool to sell an inexpensive product for a higher price. You can find similar diet pills made with Glucomannan at your local health food stores, pharmacies and grocery stores. A 30-day supply shouldn’t cost more than $30.00. Lipozene is factual in the claims it makes regarding it ability to facilitate weight loss; however, it is very easy to find other manufactures who sell it for a lot less.

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Summary of use and cancellation

May10, 2012

I have been on this product for three months now and lost 2 lbs no inches at all. Have tried to cancel order but can find no phone number to do so, They keep sending pills and charging my visa and of course trying to make themselves some extra $ by getting us to sign in for express mail

If anyone knows a toll number or whatever so I can cancel this product please let me know.

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