Discovery Fit & Health
Although Lipozene, a heavily advertised weight loss pill, can be bought without a prescription, it can cause some side effects. The most important component of Lipozene is a soluble fiber called glucomannan, so most of the side effects happen in the gastrointestinal system, including gas and diarrhea. Since Lipozene first hit the market, many complaints have been voiced by users of the weight-loss pill. People who have consumed the maximum number of capsules considered safe have spent up to $100 per month on Lipozene. A cheaper way to derive some of the benefits associated with glucomannan is to purchase foods such as apples and oat bran that contain soluble fiber.
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