Lipoblast Extreme is an over the counter weight loss pill that is manufactured by a company called Meta Herbal. That manufacturer is American and sells a long list of different supplements that fall within a broad range of different health and wellness products. While some are meant to help dieters, others include memory enhancement, as well as sexual aids, hangover cures, and sleep aids.
Lipoblast Extreme has its own page on the official manufacturer’s website, but it does not have an official site of its own that could be found at the time of the writing of this review. While the product can be purchased on the Meta Herbal website, the information that is offered to customers is extremely limited. Moreover, it does not even offer enough info to allow a dieter to be able to make an informed decision.
One interesting point that was also found during the research for this review was that the official Meta Herbal website recorded over 180 different customer reviews that gave it four out of five stars. On the other hand, when looking at other sites that sell the product and that allow customer reviews, the story is somewhat different. For example, on Amazon, these diet pills have managed to rack up over 100 five star reviews, but there are about the same number of one star ratings. This suggests that either people are notably happier with the product when they buy it directly from the manufacturer, or Meta Herbal is selectively posting the reviews that are left on the site. The customer reviews for this product don’t appear to be a reliable source of information as to whether or not it works or whether it causes unwanted side effects.
Beside anecdotal evidence through those reviews, however, there doesn’t appear to be any other type of “proof” that Lipoblast Extreme will work. At the time that this review was written, there weren’t any studies that could be found that were published in peer reviewed journals and that were conducted on humans by reputable research organizations.
The Lipoblast Extreme webpage contains a full list of ingredients, but it does not provide the quantities in which those substances have been combined to produce the final product. This makes it difficult to find research on any of these ingredients because even if one of them had been studied, it would be impossible to know if the same – or a similar – dose was used in these pills.
The ingredients found in these diet pills are: Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCL), Pantothenic Acid (di-calcium pantothenate), Magnesium (Chealate oxide), Tyrosine Complex (proprietary blend of l-tyrosine and acetyl-tyrosine), Green Tea Extract (standardized for epigallocatedchin gallate, caffeine and polyphenols, Cocoa Extract (standardized for PEA (phenlethylamine), tyramime and theobromine), Yerba Mate (standardized for caffeine and methyanthines, dl-methionine, Ginger Root (standardized for gingerols), Proprietary blend fo3, 3′, 4′, 5-7 pentahydroxyflavone and 3, 3′, 4′, 7-tetrahydroxy-flavone), Bitter Orange (standardized for synephrine, n-methyltryramine, hordenine, octopamine and tyramine, DMAE 2 dimethylaminoethanol), Grape Seed Extract (standardized for catechines).