Liporexall Review

LiporexallWe’ve seen a steady trend in the diet pill industry shifting away from over-hype to science.  How are they doing this?  Patented ingredients.

To date, Liporexall is “King of the Patent Hill” boasting 12 patented ingredients.  The big question is:

“Will patented ingredients really help me lose weight?”

Excellent question.  The process for obtaining a patent in the US is arduous and expensive.  The average time from R&D to approval at the U.S. Patent Office is roughly 10 years, and with employees, laboratory fees, and patent lawyers, average cost for your first patent is $1,000,000.  Once your patent is approved however, you are free to make certifiable scientific claims.

FOR EXAMPLE: Super Citrimax by InterHealth Nutraceuticals can officially say: This product will help you lose weight and suppress your appetite. How can it say that?  It’s been verified by expensive double blind placebo controlled studies requisite for a patent.  So have all the other ingredients within Liporexall.

In comes the diet pill industry.  In the past 5 years, over 17 diet pill companies have been slapped by the FTC/FDA with hefty fines for false claims.  You can see why companies like Liporexall co. would be interested in using REAL claims from patented ingredients.

There are pros and cons of patented ingredients:  The Pro is the effectiveness of the product skyrockets.  The Con is on the manufacturer’s side: patented ingredients are EXPENSIVE.  And companies can’t charge more than $40 or $50 bucks, or people won’t buy it, so now their margins are getting thinner and thinner.

Through our contacts at various nutraceutical companies, we estimate the per bottle cost of Liporexall (for the manufacturer) is around $36.  That leaves $15 for marketing and overhead.  Not quite enough to make a big splash, but good news for the consumer: big bang for your buck.

Amazingly, they actually can legally say “This will help you lose 900% more fat.” How can they do that?  Because a study on 7-Keto DHEA showed the study group lost 900% more weight than the control group.

This product is new in 2009, so we’ll give Liporexall customer’s a year to give the final verdict, but it’s quite possible this product will rank in the Get Diet Solutions’ Top 3 in 2010.

You can find Liporexall here on the official site.

Recent Liporexall User Comments

5 Reviews

  1. jules
    May 7, 2009 @ 2:58 pm


    -7 lbs in as many days. I was NOT expecting these kind of results with the whole entire bottle of liporexall.

    I still don’t believe it… i didn’t change my diet or exercise at all. I did notice I drank more water but wouldn’t that make me gain water weight?

    I’m in complete shock right now. I’m actually down 7.1 lbs according to my costco digital scale.

  2. Skeptic
    October 19, 2009 @ 5:20 am


    Come on! 7 lbs after a 30 day suppply (1 bottle) of Liporexall??? You call that weight loss? Let’s get some true results here people!
    7 lbs in 30 days is not enough for me to consider this product.
    How many people have actually lost some significant weight WITH this pill including diet & excercise? Let’s hear from you…sounds to me like maybe all those reviews are fake reviews from Liporexall affiliates.
    The majority of the reviews are from people who claim to have “just” purchased the pills and will “write” back with results. Where are you?

  3. dan
    January 18, 2010 @ 4:42 pm


    Skeptic, I think you misunderstood Jules’ comment. Jules said 7 pounds in 7 days, not 30 days.

  4. Linnc
    February 9, 2010 @ 2:18 pm


    yeah Skeptic…

    you misunderstood on the interpretation there. But, one thing i must agree with you: from all the research I’ve done on the past couple days, Apidexin appears to have a much bigger public trying it, having positive results and publishing them. On the 2 of the most look for diet guide sites are claiming Liporexall number 1, this sounds a lot like just a fad fuzz.

  5. Steven
    February 17, 2010 @ 10:28 pm


    The real questions is… Does Liporexall works or not? Is it the best products on the market?

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