TrimSpa LipoSpa Fat Blocker Fat Burner Review: Does LipoSpa Work?
LipoSpa is a fat blocker. It’s brought to us by TrimSpa, the creators of the popular Trimspa X32. Unfortunately, Trimspa’s star has been on the decline lately.
In January, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission fined Trimspa 1.5 million dollars for making false and unsubstantiated claims about their product (incidentally, they also charged 3 other manufacturers — for the full story, click here!).
And the bad news doesn’t end there.
A class action suit has been filed against Trimspa and the now late Anna Nicole Smith (click here for full details of that story). This lawsuit “alleges deceptive business practices and a violation of California’s unfair competition law.” (CNN Law Center).
The problem with this sort of thing is that it seriously calls into question the credibility of Trimspa and any product they market. And that’s certainly true with LipoSpa.
LipoSpa contains vitamin C and chitosan, a shellfish derivative that “supposedly” blocks the absorption of fat into the body. (incidentally, the FTC has been taking action and fining the makers of chitosan products for years now — just do a search on Google!).
The problem is, the scientific evidence validating chitosan’s fat blocking claim is in short supply — heck, since I reviewed chitosan in depth (click here for full review), several other studies has indicated chitosan has no effect whatsoever at blocking fat intake.
That makes the bottom line on LipoSpa pretty simple…
Save your money.