Lipobind Slimming Pills
Anyone who has considered using a natural slimming pill over the past few years will have no doubt come across Lipobind.
Lipobind is one, if not the best selling slimming pills available to buy without prescription in the UK.
It is sold in many outlets across the UK including the likes of Superdrug, Boots, Holland & Barrett and Tesco.
Lipobind relies on celebrity endorsements from the likes of TV presenter Katy Hill and former EastEnder Lucy Benjamin to raise its profile even further.
What Is Lipobind And How Does It Work
Lipobind is a natural fat binder that is produced from plant extracts that can reduce fat intake by upto 25%. It is suitable for vegetarians and approved by UK the Vegetarian Society and is organic certified (EcoCert).
Lipobind is often found in close proximity to Adios on the shelves of supermarkets and health food stores and appears to be in a commercial battle for supremacy as far as sales are concerned.
Does Lipobind Cause Side Effects
Lipobind is unlikely to cause any adverse reaction if taken as recommended.
Does Lipobind Work
Lipobind has clinical proof to be used a safe weight management product and does have its fair share of slimming success stories.
Where To Buy Lipobind
As mentioned above – anywhere that stocks slimming pills (Tesco, Holland & Barrett, Boots etc) will more than likely stock Lipobind.
Lipobind can also be purchased at a discounted price online via Slimming.com
Current pricing is £16 for one months supply.
Recommended Fat Binder
Proactol Plus is remarkably similar to Lipobind with to regard to how it works (fat binder) but a higher strength and more potent product.
Proactol Plus is licensed and fully certified – it has been responsible for helping to reduce calorific intake by around 295 per day
Proactol is called as Medical Device Type 1 – but available to buy without prescription.
More about Proactol Plus