A company called Biotrust Nutrition produced the weight loss supplement Leptiburn in 2012, and they are based out of Aurora, Colorado. Leptiburn is a weight loss supplement made to regulate the amounts of leptin in your body, which controls your metabolism.* The supplement bottles are filled with 120 capsules, and are meant to be taken at breakfast and lunch. On their website they make hearty promises, and promote quick unsustainable weight loss.* Because of the simple quick fix mindset, they are trying to sell to their audience; this product seems more like a ploy than an actual solution for long term weight loss. Due to the lack of independent customer reviews, this product seems like a waste from the start.
When calling into the Leptiburn Support line, there was an automatic voice on the other end giving me options. The website does a good job of explaining everything clearly, so the amount of questions I actually had was irrelevant. They offer a one year 100% money back guarantee, which is great, and they charge $9.95 for shipping anywhere in the USA. One bottle of Leptiburn is meant to last you one month, and it costs $69.00 before shipping. This is pricey for such an untested product with such little customer success. Thankfully they offer the money back guarantee. They are rated well on the Better Business Bureau site, click here to see it.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On LeptiBurn?
This product is not proven, and the bad customer reviews from outside sources are not helping the weight loss supplement win over a crowd. What was surprising to me, was the lack of customer reviews on their personal website (I could not find any). To take the supplements, you are to ingest 2 pills before lunch and dinner. There were many negative customer reviews when looking into outside resources other than the website, but they were recently all taken down mysteriously. This does not surprise me one bit, as companies such as this are constantly looking to cover their back from honest customer reviews that are less than stellar.
On the website, they have Shawn Wells who is their Chief Scientific Officer who played an integral role in the development of the product. We are not given any more information about their clinical studies or background to the research.* We do know that this product is simply a diet pill, with no fitness regime tied to it. Irvingia gabonensis is said to be higher in fiber which makes on feel more full longer. Aframomum melegueta is simply a spice with little to no scientific research on its ability to help one lose weight.*
Is Leptiburn Easy To Follow?
Because you are simply taking two pills before lunch and dinner, the process is not that hard to follow. The price is rather expensive for pills that have no scientific evidence to why they help you lose weight in the first place. There is no restriction to how long you need to take the pills; many people take them as long as they need to. Biotrust does not warn against side effects from Leptiburn, however if you are pregnant or nursing you are not supposed to take the pills. It could be due to the fact that the pills contain the ingredient ‘Irivinia Gabonensis’ and it has yet to be treated for long-term safety interactions. The pills also contain caffeine, so if you are caffeine sensitive beware. The money back guarantee is good, as they offer you a one year opened, or unopened refund policy which takes some of the risk away for the customer initially.
This company does sell their product outside of the website, on Amazon which opens them up to different reviews without skewing the results, but hardly anyone ever buys or reviews from Amazon which is rather odd. Their Facebook page had an astronomical amount of followers with little to no activity in the daily posts. Many times companies such as this can buy thousands of built in likers to their page to make them seem more popular and sought after than they really are (which is most likely the case here). Much of their content was not even relevant to what their customers might be experiencing while taking Leptiburn. This tells me that the followers were bought and fabricated to make the company look more successful than they actually are. They do offer a forum on their website, but it is very complicated to read through, and the layout is more confusing than worthwhile. They do not really promote healthy diet and exercise which makes me think this is just another hopeful quick fix weight loss pill, which will only leave your wallet lighter.
Leptiburn as a weight loss supplement is not proven, and it is rather expensive. I would not waste my money and time trying out this product. They make heavy promises on the website, which does not make them any different from the other millions of diet companies out there. While there is evidence that raising leptin levels and reducing leptin resistance will help aid in weight loss, it is not the sole reason behind weight loss. Save your money and experimenting on this one, folks!
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
- “Biotrust.” Leptiburn from Biotrust. Web
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My name is Megan Smith, senior contributor at ConsumersCompare.org and several other reputable, health and nutrition publications. I have been in the health industry for over a decade and have gained a lot of information on health and physical conditioning as an athlete who competed at a professional level. In this review I’ve conducted thorough research to verify the validity of product claims, read all the feedback from trusted online sources. If contact information was provided, I called the company and asked important questions to help me write this review. I’m eager to hear your feedback about the this review, so please call 208-375-7482, email [email protected] or use this form to contact.
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