Lipoderm Ultra Fat Loss Gel Review
Avant Labs Lipoderm Ultra Review
Lipoderm Ultra by Avant labs is not a typical run-of-the-mill fat burner or weight loss product. Unlike other diet products, this is a topical gel that you run on to achieve fat loss results. While it makes sense to rub on Lipoderm fat loss gel on specific body areas where you want to get rid of stubborn body fat, but does topical fat loss gels work, and if it does work, to what extent will it be useful?
If you have a high body fat percentage, and have some ways to go before you're considered "lean", then you will probably be disappointed with Lipoderm results; however, if you're already relatively lean with lower body fat, and want the extra definition, then you might just find Lipoderm to be of some good use. Various users have reported good feedback for Lipoderm, and we're always seeking more user feedback and reviews - if you've used Lipoderm Ultra, share your review here.
What Are Lipoderm Ultra Ingredients?
Yohimbe HCl, caffeine, octopamine HCl, sesamin, synephrine, acetyl-lcarntine, ascorbyl palmitate, and lecithin.
Benzyl alcohol, water isopropyl alcohol, triglyceride complex, n-methyl-2-pyrroidinone, laurocapram, l-menthol and carbomer
The key active ingredients in Lipoderm Ultra are Yohimbe, caffeine, octopamine, sesamin, synephrine, and several others. Below, we'll take a somewhat detailed look at these individual ingredients to gain a better understand of Lipoderm Ultra.
Yohimbine HCL is a key ingredient in Lipoderm Ultra fat loss gel. It is an alkaloid found in the inner bark of a tree grown in south Africa. It has long been used for its aphrodisiac benefits. Aside from that, there are some research that indicates Yohimbine to have weight loss benefits as well. One study found it to help reduce body fat mass. 
Sesamin is found in sesame seeds, and there are various studies that have found sesamin to have weight loss applications. For example, several Japanese studies have found consuming sesamin affects fatty acid metabolism. [2, 3] However, these are all studies done using lab animals, and I'm unaware of studies performed using human subjects We have a detail article about Sesamin here.
Synephrine comes from the fruit of citrus aurantium. It has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat chest congestion. There are some studies that have found it to have weight loss benefits; however, there appears to be some conflicting evidence. For example, one study done by Fugh-Berman A. and Myers A., stated that there's little evidence to support synephrine as an effective weight loss supplement. There are other studies which have found fat loss benefits of synephrine. You can read more about it in detail here.
When all's said and done, what matters most is how will Lipoderm Ultra work for real, live human beings. There are many positive user feedbacks on Lipoderm reporting good results. I can say that I've had somewhat decent results from using Lipoderm. I'm not a big guy, nor do I have a high amount of body fat (about 10%), so I used Lipoderm Ultra exclusively on my waist area to bring out the extra definition for the mid section. There are some users reporting leaking problems with their bottle, but I did not experience anything of this sort - maybe I was just lucky, or they were unlucky?
Anyway, if you are quite lean overall, but have some stubborn fat around the waist area, you may find Lipoderm Ultra to come in handy getting rid of those last little bit of stubborn fat.
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1. Ostojic SM. Institute of Sports Medicine, Sports Academy, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro. firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Sesamin, a sesame lignan, is a potent inducer of hepatic fatty acid oxidation in the rat.
Ashakumary L, Rouyer I, Takahashi Y, Ide T, Fukuda N, Aoyama T, Hashimoto T, Mizugaki M, Sugano M.
3. Sesamin, a sesame lignan, as a potent serum lipid-lowering food component.
Personal Authors: Ide, T., Kushiro, M., Takahashi, Y., Shinohara, K., Fukuda, N., Sirato-Yasumoto, S.