Lipo-Sear is a weight loss aid hat is marketed and manufactured by Empyrean Nutrition. Since it claims to be the “most effective supplement out there,” we decided to do a little research to see what Lipo-Sear really had to offer.
What Does Lipo-Sear Do?
Not only is it marketed as an effective way to lose weight, but Empyrean Nutrition swears that Lipo-Sear is the safest supplement to add to your diet and exercise.
Lipo-Sear is said to have a three-pronged approach to weight loss: to control your appetite, give you an all day energy boost, and enhance your mood and focus level.
Although that sounds like a reasonable approach to weight loss, Lipo-Sear suddenly starts to describe itself as a fat burner, although that is not originally one of their pronged approaches.
Despite what Lipo-Sear claims to be able to do, we took a look at Lipo-Sear’s ingredients to see what it was really capable of.
Does It Work?
After looking at Lipo-Sear’s ingredients, we see some ingredients that might fulfill some of their claims; however we also see worthless ones and ones that could even be harmful to you.
One of the ingredients that we see to be possibly beneficial is caffeine. Caffeine has been shown to be beneficial, in small amounts, in weight loss supplements because it helps enhance the powers of the other weight loss ingredients.
However, one of the ingredients that we see to be most likely useless is its use of 1,3 dimethylamylamine. Although they claim that it aids in lipolysis, or the burning of fat, that is not what we know about 1,3 dimethylamylamine.
Instead of weight loss, 1,3 dimethylamylamine is commonly found in nasal decongestants because it is an effective vasoconstrictor.
One ingredient that is most likely harmful for you is phenylethylamine HCL, or ephedra. Lipo-Sear most likely markets this ingredient under its more scientific name because ephedra is well known to cause heart problems and even death.
Although Lipo-Sear might have a few ingredients that could be beneficial, we can’t ignore the fluff and the dangerous ones, and for that reason, we cannot recommend Lipo-Sear.