The side effects of Lipozene, a weight-loss drug, range from gas, bloating and a feeling of fullness to nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, but each individual reacts differently to this fiber-rich drug. Understand how Lipozene can affect a person's appetite and abdominal comfort with healthy advice from a nutritional consultant and clinical herbalist in this free video on diets.
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Hi. My name is Charlotte Skiles. And I'm a nutrition consultant and clinical herbalist with Eat in Peace Wellness Consulting, located in Austin, Texas. And right now, I'm going to talk to you about the side effects of lipozene. Lipozene is a product out on the market for weight loss, but really it's just a fiber supplement. So the side effects can really vary from person to person, depending on how their body tolerates fiber. Side effects can range from gas to bloating to feelings of fullness, nausea, abdominal pain, and/or diarrhea. So you might think, how can the variability of these side effects of a fiber supplement be so drastic. And the reality is that anytime we take one constituent out of our food, fiber out of the food, and put it in a capsule, we risk the potential for side effects; versus sitting down and having a beautiful plate of vegetables and berries and nuts and seeds and foods in nature that contain fiber. Anytime we try to take that out and encapsulate it and take it by itself, we run the risk of side effects. This is the same conversation with drugs. Pharmaceutical drugs, while they can save lives and serve people greatly, go in and affect one physiological pathway in the body. If you affect one pathway in the body, you're going to have side effects, because that pathway's going to be involved in multiple activities. Same thing with this fiber conversation. You take the substance out of the whole food and you run the risk of side effects. So that's what I have to say about lipozene and its side effects.