It is part of the nutraceutical family because its composition is made of natural substances, so it should not be confused with a conventional medicine.
It is known as a supplement for diets that aim to make the patient lose weight, control appetite and increase caloric expenditure, accompanied by an exercise routine.
Lisopresol helps reduce body fat due to its composition, which consists of algae extracted from French Brittany, called Ascophyllum nodosum, among other natural components.
This supplement is recommended by some doctors or nutritionists as a complement to a balanced diet to achieve favorable results in overweight or morbidly obese patients and it is essential that they reduce their body weight to avoid harmful consequences for their health.
In order for the patient to be able to reduce the assimilation of carbohydrates and fats from food, he must read the indications of the dietary supplement and follow the instructions for its use or the recommendations of his treating physician.
Lisopresol can be purchased without medical pre-registration, that is why all those who wish to start using this supplement to control their weight without having to resort to a specialist doctor, can use them without inconvenience.
It can be ingested twice a day, preferably one pill before lunch and one before dinner.
Everything will depend on the weight that the patient must lose and the time estimated by the treating doctor or nutritionist.
In general, Lisopresol can help the patient’s body to lose an average of 2.8 kg of fat tissue in a period of 8 weeks.
For this, the patient must reduce the levels of starches and sugars (carbohydrates) in daily meals, preferably at lunch and dinner.
It is important that people who start a treatment with Lisopresol without being recommended by a doctor, avoid overdoing it or taking it in excess to avoid decompensation due to accelerated weight loss.
Those who are using this supplement can stop it whenever they want because it does not produce a rebound effect.
This supplement does not generate serious side effects, however, the patient should discontinue its use if they present the following symptoms:
- Acute or chronic stomach upset.
There have been no cases where patients have presented allergic reactions, however, anyone who is using this supplement and has the following symptoms should contact a doctor or suspend its use:
- Cardiac arrhythmia .
- Itching in the extremities of the body.
- Elevation of body temperature.
- Redness on the cheekbones of the face.
- Swelling of the face, throat, mouth and tongue.
- Difficulty breathing.
This supplement does not generate additions or overdoses, but if the patient presents the following symptoms, they should contact a doctor immediately or go to a nearest health center:
- Difficulty recognizing space and time.
- Involuntary movements of the body.
- Bleeding from the nose or mouth.
- Excessive secretion of saliva.
- Excessive sweating
- Frequent dizziness
Lisopresol should not be ingested by women who are in the process of pregnancy, because excessive weight loss can be detrimental to the proper development of the unborn.
It is unknown if this supplement passes into breast milk, that is why before being ingested by a woman in the lactation period, consult her treating doctor if it is recommended or, on the contrary, you should wait to start using Lisopresol.
This supplement is not recommended for people who suffer or suffer from hyperthyroidism , because they can accelerate weight loss in a harmful way and uncontrolled the normal functioning of the body.
So far there are no cases that indicate that Lisopresol has negative interactions when used with medications.
However, it is recommended that overweight people consult with a doctor the interactions that this supplement produces with treatments for diseases such as liver or thyroid related to rule out serious side effects.
This supplement should be stored in a place that is at room temperature, away from moisture, heat, or frequent sunlight. It does not need to be refrigerated.
It is important that Lisopresol is kept out of the reach of children or pets, because its unsupervised use can be harmful to health.