Lipofibre Review

LipoFibre From Holland And Barrett

LipoFibre is a plant sourced, original, fibre complex from Holland & Barrett which claims to be able to promote healthy weight control.

It is suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians, and the makers appear to have reformulated ingredients from several other fat binders to make their own product.

There are remarkable  similarities with another well known fat binder, Lipobind.

This product is completely natural and free of artificial flavours, preservatives and sweeteners. LipoFibre comes in a box of 60 Caplets. Users are meant to take two to three caplets, prior to every main meal, if they wish to manage their weight throughout periods of dieting.
Stock Levels are currently low.

Alternatively, users are instructed to take one to two caplets, prior to every main meal, if they wish to maintain their body weight. This dosage should be increased to two to three caplets, if users are eating a high fat meal. All caplets are supposed to be taken half-an-hour prior to meals, with at least 250 ml of h2o.

No more than 9 caplets are meant to be consumed each day, and users are advised to consume plenty of h2o while they are increasing their fibre intake. At least six to eight glasses of h2o are recommended and, as with virtually all weight loss products, it is only claimed to work in conjunction with a healthy exercise and diet regime.

What is in LipoFibre

Each caplet of LipoFibre contains 200 mg of Opuntia Ficus-indica (Nopalactin Leaf – aslo known as the prickly pear), and 200 mg of Plantago Ovata (Psyllium Seed Husks). Other ingredients include: Bulking Agents (Microcrystalline Cellulose, Dicalcium Phosphate and Hydroxypropyl Methycellulose), Psyllium Husk Powder, Nopalactin Leaf Powder and Anti Caking Agents (Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid and Magnesium Stearate).

Opuntia ficus-indica is often used in dietary supplements because it is effective at preventing fat absorption. It is proven to lower oxidative stress and reduce blood lipid levels in healthy human beings.

Plantago Ovata is a medicinal plant, native to Western Asia and Southern Asia which contains natural fibres that form an important part of a healthy lifestyle. It also has the ability to reduce symptoms of lack of energy, tiredness, and other serious health conditions.

LipoFibre Side Effects

Taking this supplement without enough liquid might cause it to obstruct your throat and lead to choking. Therefore, this product is not suitable for anyone who has difficulty swallowing. If any chest pains, sickness or difficulty in breathing or swallowing is experienced after consuming this product, users are advised to seek instant medical treatment. These caplets are not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.

LipoFibre Does It Work Is It Worth Buying

There are currently no customer reviews about this product online, so it is not possible to know with any real certainty exactly how good it is. However, Holland & Barrett are a reputable company who are offering LipoFibre as a quality assured product, which does give some grounds for encouragement.

There is no doubt that this product contains proven ingredients, and the recommended dosage would be manageable for most people. This, combined with the sensible advice offered about diet and exercise, suggests that this supplement should be effective.

Other Fat Binders To Consider

Arguably the most effect fat binder available is Proactol Plus. Proactol Plus has a long history in the commercial weight loss market and has enjoyed success in almost all countries that enjoy free trade.

Proactol Plus has enjoyed its fair share of media appearances and has been the subject to many diet success both on television and the daily national newspapers (Daily Mail, Express, Telegraph).

Read The Proactol Plus Review



Does Xipisan Work

Xipisan Review

Xipisan is natural weight loss pill that is fairly new to the open market.

It claims to be revolutionary but in truth is just based on the concept of fat binding – so nothing really different to what is already available.

Having said that fat binders are one of the most effective genres of diet pills.

The manufacturers also seem to have a rather strange marketing angle. The official website asks questions such as…

“Have you ever wondered why sea animals never get fat?”


“Have you ever seen an overweight fish? Or an oyster with a few pounds too many?”

Xipisan How Does It Work

The diet pill can not only burn excess body fat, but can also reduce the amount of dietary fat that is absorbed by the body so anyone looking to lose weight can experience a lower daily caloric intake and a lower daily dietary fat intake.

Does Xipisan Cause Side Effects

Its one saving grace is that it should not pose a danger to health if taken as suggested.

Is Xipisan Recommended

If you are looking to use  a commercial diet pill then Xipisan is not in the same league as other competitive products that have a longer history in the market

Alternative Products

For a guide to selecting an effective diet pill from both the prescription only and over the counter marketplace.

Read Best Diet Pills


Lipobind Absent At Tesco

Lipobind At Tesco

Rumours that high street supermarket Tesco about to stop selling the popular fat Lipobind in all probability false.

Its more likely a case that stock levels are running dry and stock cannot be replenished quickly enough.

So why all of a sudden has Lipobind experienced an up turn in sales?

The most likely reason for this is the recent media explosion surrounding another diet pill, Capsiplex.

Capsiplex has appeared all of the media in most tabloid newspapers – a reported 1 million units have been sold since the start of the year.

Dieters eager to get their hands on the latest weight loss miracle pill have been disappointed that Capsiplex cannot be purchased in store have plumped for an alternative product.

Read more about Lipobind

Capsiplex have experienced unprecedented sales with no small thanks to numerous articles in the national press.

The Daily Mail, Express, Mirror, Star, Sun, Telegraph and many more smaller regional newspapers have all run stories featuring the diet pill that has a main ingredient of Capsicum or red hot chili pepper.

Capsiplex is has also been coined the Hollywood diet pill with celebrities such as Britney Spears, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lopez reportedly amongst its customer base.

More about Capsiplex