Friday, 2 November 2012

Dangers of the Lipo Fat Burner

Dangers of the Lipo Fat Burner

The Nutrex Research Lipo 6 fat burner is an energy and diet supplement that comes in pill form. According to the company, Lipo 6 has been selected as fat loss product of the year four times, which suggests it may be effective for you. Nutrex Research notes that Lipo 6 is proven and reliable, but doesn't mention safety. Unfortunately, as effective as Lipo 6 may be, some of its ingredients may cause dangerous side effects. Consult a doctor before using this or any other supplements.

Respiratory Problems

Because Lipo 6 contains high-strength ingredients, such as Bioperine, a patented form of black pepper, it may cause irritation. While Nutrex Research claims this ingredient can induce thermogenesis--the production of heat through calorie burning--the medical website Natural Standard explains that it may also trigger unpleasant side effects including respiratory irritation and perhaps respiratory arrest.
Anxiety Attacks
Another danger of using Nutrex Research Lipo 6 is the potential for anxiety attacks. In order to boost your metabolism, Lipo 6 contains a number of strong stimulants, such as caffeine and yohimbine. Yohimbine is extracted from the bark of the yohimbe tree and stimulates your central nervous system. It is included in Lipo 6 to increase your metabolism and burn calories.

According to the website Personal Health Zone, a health and medicine information site, yohimbine may overstimulate your central nervous system and lead to anxiety attacks. In addition, Nutrition Crash Course, a site for concise explanations of nutrition topics, explains the caffeine in Lipo 6 may stimulate your body's stress response, which could induce panic or anxiety.


While the risk of paralysis from Lipo 6 is likely not serious, Personal Health Zone explains that this condition may result in with heart, liver or kidney disease, low blood pressure or diabetes. Using yohimbine may be dangerous and could result in stomach disorders, fatigue, paralysis and even death. Personal Health Zone warns that this ingredient "can be toxic and should be avoided."

Skin Rash

Skin rash is another potential side effect of using Lipo 6, due to the ingredient guggul. The website Online Health Care, which focuses on providing information on medical conditions and drugs and their effects, explains that while guggul may help strengthen the heart and improve cholesterol levels, usage may result in side effects, including skin rash. The site also notes that guggul can stimulate the thyroid and should be avoided if you are pregnant or suffer from hyperthyroidism. The thyroid stimulating effect is the reason guggul is included in Lipo 6, as thyroid activity results in an increase in your metabolism and the burning of calories.

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