The #1 Selling Weight Loss Product in America!
Helps Promote Weight Loss and Extreme Energy
Maintaining a proper diet, disciplined exercise program, and a strategic supplementation are essential requirements to successfully achieve desirable levels of body weight, especially as we age. Strategic supplementation becomes even more critical if you desire to lose weight. Whether you are a male bodybuilder trying to get shredded, or a female looking for sexy curves… Lipodrene® is just the right product for you!
Lipodrene® is Hi-Tech’s original Weight Loss & Energy Enhancement Supplement and has become the benchmark standard for the weight loss industry. It’s everywhere. Anyone who has shopped around for a good weight loss product has seen the yellow hexagon Lipodrene® tablets in tens of thousands of health food stores and internet retailers. Now, more than a fifteen years after its introduction, and after more than 1 billion tablets sold, Lipodrene® not only remains Hi-Tech’s flagship weight loss aid, but also America’s #1 selling weight loss aid for one simple reason: When it comes to weight loss ingredients, Lipodrene® has them all!
Lipodrene® contains Acacia rigidula extract, often called the ephedrine imposter, is the most effective metabolic stimulator on the market today! It is backed by “double-blind placebo controlled studies” and its effects were released at the Arnold Classic. Acacia rigidula displays beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist activity. It is known that increased stimulation of beta-2 receptors will promote increased metabolic rate and thermogenesis. The findings of the study indicate that Acacia Rigidula promotes significant increases in resting energy expenditure (12+%) still evident 3 hrs post ingestion. When compared to 300 mg caffeine being at 3.5% at 3 hours post ingestion. The findings of the present study indicate that the increase in resting metabolic rate exhibited with Acacia Rigidula (12+%) are actually superior to the findings of previous studies which reported that 10 to 30 mg ephedrine increased energy expenditure by 6.6% to 10%.