Leptopril is a formula seen on TV that apparently reduces caloric intake and fights the very genetics that many of us would like to believe are keeping us fat. It is marketed toward the serious dieter looking to lose more than 20 pounds, and they apparently use niacin, calcium, copper, tyrosine, yerba mate, guarana, caffeine, damiana, and other ingredients to do it.
They use some proven ingredients like green tea and one proven compound of guarana, yerba mate, and damiana.This is uncommon at best, and ideally you could see better weight loss results in total. If used in the right amounts, these could produce significant fat burning results and another ingredient known as kola nut could actually suppress appetite quite effectively.
They don’t have the right amounts, and quite frankly they don’t even have the right combinations in some ways. The combination of guarana, damiana, and yerba mate has never actually revealed the amounts used in any valid clinical studies.
And they definitely don’t use the amounts used in clinical studies on other ingredients, as small as some of them may well be. This formula is incomplete to every degree, and most of the ingredients in all truth have nothing to do with weight loss in any way. As far as the whole it’s not your fault, well there is a certain amount of responsibility to still be placed on the individual.
- We would not recommend this insufficient formula.
It does not promote weight loss at all, let alone for serious dieters who are willing to put in the time and effort. It would just be a waste of your money as quite frankly as seen on TV products tend to be.