From our research,
Leptoprin is among the most expensive diet supplements at $153 for a 30 day
Leptoprin touts its weight loss
supplement as " Weight Control Compound for the Significantly Overweight" .
Leptoprin™ has in large been made popular via slick and massive advertising
campaign on TV and in print with incredible sounding optimistic claims. In its
marketing the manufacturers went so fat to claim that Leptoprin-SF™ is " much too
powerful for the casual dieter" and that it is the first weight control compound
designed to mitigate the profound effect that variations in the human genetic
code have on the storage, use, & disposition of body fat. This weight
product sounds almost unbelievable. Clearly, where there are signs of
claims that are seemingly too good to be true a red flag should be raised.
Our editors and
revealed that the FTC reported in its press release that " Ads for Various Diet
Supplements and Topical Gels Don’t Cut the Fat, Says the FTC. Companies Do Not Have Adequate Substantiation to Support
the Claims" . And the U.S. Federal Trade Commission charged (actual
...as false claims that
clinical testing proves that Leptoprin causes weight loss of more than 20 pounds
...in significantly overweight users and that clinical testing proves that
Leptoprin causes loss of substantial, excess fat in significantly overweight
Here, there are clear issues powerful FTC concerns.
we urge consumers to take caution and review other diet aides with less
troublesome track records. Finaly, the last important question in our research
was how effective was the newer Leptoprin-SF™ vs. the original Ephedrine based
diet supplement? Does it deliver the same thermogenic and appetite supressing
abilities as the original diet pill? How well does it work? Is Leptoprin-SF™ the
right product for most consumers? Read below actual dieters feedback on
was a desperate dieter, so when I saw their promises of substantial weight loss,
I paid their $153 a bottle? With the hopes I could lose more then 20 pounds
fast. Later I learned that they market the same exact thing under multiple
brands for half the price. I felt like I got
ripped off. I HOPE YOU READ THIS. DON'T GET RIPPED OFF TOO!
Over $300 later,
and 2 full months later. I was very upset since I
paid $153 for what was promoted as weight loss for the significantly overweight.
Then a neighbor who lost 36 lbs right on my block recommend Hoodia.
I started on the Hoodia diet pill 2 months ago and have lost 11lbs
so far! I even got a 6 month supply for the same 2 month cost I paid with
Leptopirn. Matt S, USA
Its expensive and no
better than most of the other diets I've tried. Don't get taken by slick
marketing claims that work your hard earned money into someone else's
I lost 2 lbs but it's
really too small of an amount to say Leptoprin did much. Mel,
comprehensive diet products reviews and experience has shown that weight loss
results can be best achieved with effectious ingredients in large enough
quantities to make a difference.
multi prong weight loss programs achieve improved sustained weight loss. Weight
loss performance was greatly enhanced when dieting was combined with the use of
effective weight loss aides.
selection for best overall weight loss aide goes toPhenternin
aide. This weight loss product demonstrates best of class
effective powerful appetite suppression combined with a hefty and potent 750mg
gordonii for the potential for fast weight loss results at a reasonable cost. See
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