Lipozene and V3 – A Comparison
After studying many Lipozene reviews, I have compiled a concise, easy to understand summary of Lipozene and its effectiveness on weight loss compared to Voyager Health’s V3. I've heard a lot about the product and see it readily available on store shelves. Not really knowing how or if it really works, I decided to do some research. Here are my findings:
What Is Lipozene?
Lipozene is a weight loss aid manufactured by Obesity Research Institute LLC. It claims to aid in weight loss by making one feel full if taken prior to meals. They also claim that 78% of the weight lost is body fat. Lipozene comes in a 60 capsule bottle which should last somewhere around 30 days depending on the dosage taken. The manufacturer doesn’t guarantee that one will lose a specific amount of weight but only that they will lose some weight.
Lipozene reviews show the active ingredient in Lipozene to be Amorphophallus Konjac, more commonly known as glucomannan. Glucomannan is a natural fiber taken from the corm or bulb-like part of the Konjac plant native to Japan, Korea, India, and China. This ingredient is said to swell and thicken giving one the sense of fullness to help with portion control. Other ingredients found on the Lipozene label include gelatin, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium silicate, stearic acid, titanium dioxide, and FD&C blue #1.
Glucomannan is Lipozene's only active ingredient which only addresses appetite. There is nothing to address energy, nothing to address mood, and nothing to boost metabolism. The ingredients in V3 address all these areas and are incorporated into one easy to take capsule.
Lipozene Side Effects
The side effects reported from using Liopzene are gastrointestinal in nature including diarrhea, gas, bloating, etc. Since glucomannan is just a water soluble fiber, one would probably experience the same symptoms as taking or eating any other fiber product. After sifting through many Lipozene reviews, I can find no serious side effect claims with any validity to them from taking Lipozene.
V3's ingredients are safe and natural and don't cause any gas or bloating. In fact, you won't experience any jitters or nervousness as in other diet pills. The proprietary blend of ingredients in V3 has been time-tested enough to prove it's safety as well as it's effectiveness.
Lipozene offers a 30-day money back guarantee. This guarantee applies only if the purchase is from the TV or internet directly from Lipozene according to their website. You are responsible for paying a shipping and restocking fee for returning the product back to Lipozene.
Voyager Health Technologies also offers a 30-day money back guarantee. Should the need ever arise, simply return it to your distributor for a full no-hassel refund.
Most Lipozene reviews show that complaints with Lipozene center around their billing practices. There have been numerous complaints of tricky autoship agreements and customers having trouble getting out. I read one complaint where a woman was not allowed to cancel her order but had to ship it back to get a refund. The product is offered as a trial for $29.95 for a trial bottle, a free bottle, plus one bonus bottle of their MataboUp product. Some people say they are billed more money for the second bottle later as a separate charge but the amounts vary from the complaints. The companies Terms and Conditions don’t specify a dollar amount to be billed later. Most complaints found were the typical complaints you see with most companies with this type of billing system.
You can purchase V3 at will for $59.95 per bottle or 15(x2) sample pack, or if you so choose you may become a Preferred Customer by signing up with our auto ship program to receive $10 off every bottle. There are no catches and you may cancel at any time.
After reading many Lipozene reviews, I conclude that Lipozene is not as a good weight loss buy as V3. For starters, its only real ingredient is glucomannan which is sold in capsule form by many companies. Glucomannan is fiber. There are many sources of fiber if you want to take the fiber fullness route, and at a cheaper price. I have found glucomonnan for sale as cheap as $3.95 for a 100 capsule bottle online.
Also, Lipozene is said to have clinical studies to prove that it works, yet I can not find a copy of one anywhere on their site or from any Lipozene reviews. You would think that this would be easily accessible on their website but I had no such luck.
Lipozene says to take 1-2 capsules 30 minutes prior to meals with an 8 ounce glass of water. I don’t know about you but I’m not really wanting to remember to do this thirty minutes before every meal. It’s a known fact that drinking water alone before a meal gives you a sense of fullness. I’m very skeptical.
Another thing that bothers me about this product is the fact that there is nothing to promote thermogenic activity. Your metabolism is unaffected by taking this product. You’re simply dumping an expansive material in your stomach before meals to give yourself a sense of fullness. This product is definitely not up to par with V3 – not even in the same class. I see Lipozene as being nothing more than a hyped-up, over priced glucomannan product with possible billing headaches.
In my opinion, Lipozene does not compare to V3 in terms of it's ability to effectively aid in weight loss and has no ability to enhance mood or energy levels, nor does it have any effect on metabolism. Therefore, I would determine that V3 wins this comparison over Lipozene hands down.
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