Lipocor Review – Ingredients and Side Effects

Lipocor is a diet pill that claims to use fatty acids like safflower oil to induce significant weight loss in your body. We know that deficiencies of essential fatty acids can cause health problems, but can you actually lose weight by supplementing these?

The Diet Pill Judge analyzes this diet pill to see what ingredients it contains and what side effects it has. Then comes the verdict.

What is Lipocor?

lipocor reviewI was pleased to see another natural and stimulant free diet pill on the market. I know that lots of my blog readers look for diet pills without jitters because stimulants can cause that uncomfortable jittery, nervous feeling. So Lipocor scores a point there.

This supplement comes in bottles with 50 servings per bottle (You take two with each meal). With 3 meals a day that comes to a slightly awkward 16 days of use from one bottle with two pills left over.

Lipocor is made by Katalyst nutraceuticals who are known for creating a range of supplements targeted towards bodybuilders. Perhaps this stimulant free option is an attempt to appeal to a wider audience?

At the moment, it doesn't seem to be being sold online and instead can be bought from NUTRISHOP stores.

What are Lipocor's ingredients?

Thankfully it was easy to find out what ingredients Lipocor contains, because the manufacturer shows an image of the label on their website. The ingredients include:

  • Tonalin – Derived from Safflower oil, it is thought to help aid fat loss but clinical studies have mixed results.
  • Fish Oil – We have all heard that eating oily fish is good for your health, but there is little evidence to show that this ingredient has any effect on weight loss.
  • Flaxseed Oil – Thought to lower cholesterol levels
  • Evening Primrose Oil – Apparently great for treating PMS but there is no evidence that it aids weight loss.
  • L-Carnitine – May give a modest metabolism boost.
  • Caralluma Fimbriata – A cactus extract though to curb hunger.

It was challenging to properly review this diet pills ingredients because I could not find the information needed to suggest how much of each ingredient was contained in this supplement. This information would drastically alter how well I could judge the supplement.

For example, maybe ingredient A is only effective when taken in 1g servings and this supplement only contains 0.5g. I just don't have that info to make a sound judgement.

Does Lipocor have Side Effects?

Taking a look at just one of the ingredients Tonalin, side effects of Lipocor could include:

  • Diarrhea
  • Bloating
  • Stomach cramps
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Excess gas

The good news is that it is stimulant free so you will avoid side effects like Shaking,nervousness and jitters. However, there are loads of stimulant free diet pills to choose from that have a better side effect profile than this diet pill.

The Verdict

Sadly Lipocor missed the mark when it came to being named our top rated stimulant free diet pill. For two reasons:

  • There was little to no evidence that the theory of using essential fatty acids to induce weight loss is effective.
  • They don't list how much of each ingredient is contained in the pill.

Instead, I would highly recommend our top rated stimulant free diet pill called Proactol XS. It is a well established product that has clinical evidence behind it to prove that it works.

It acts as an appetite suppressant as well as helping gentle but definite weight loss because it contains a special ingredient you can learn more about in my review:

Click here for my full Proactol XS review






Author: Aileen

Hi, I'm Aileen, the owner of Diet Pill Judge. I have personally tried loads of diet pills over the years and found that only a few of them really work.
My background is in science, so I set out to find supplements that have scientific evidence behind them and which I can confidently recommend.

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