Real Leptitox Customer Testimonials
Is Leptitox Right For You?
According to the Leptitox website, Leptitox was spearheaded by a firefighter by the name of Morgan Hurst, and is the culmination of Malaysian tradition and an independent medical researcher by the name of Sonya Rhodes. This supplement, packaged in a 60-capsule bottle is their solution to weight loss.
A quick stop to the Leptitox sales page will show Hurst’s testimony on how his devotion to saving his wife’s life gave him the drive to scour through research to find the one thing that would work. The story (which is most likely a transcript to an advertisement) covers how an unexpected trip to Malaysia would serve as the moment of epiphany for Hurst. Bringing his newfound knowledge, he would then link up with Sonya Rhodes, an independent researcher with just under three decades of experience to not only validate his findings but enhance them with other natural ingredients that are said to double their effect.
“Morgan Hurst” and “Sonya Rhodes” are most likely pen names that were used for the advertisement, and not real people. In fact, there’s a good chance that most (if not all) of the story is fictional, and was written specifically to sell the product. That being said, Leptitox is a real product and a lot of people have purchased it.
What is Leptitox?
Leptitox is a supplement that is supposed to help detoxify the body of endocrine-disrupting chemicals to correct leptin resistance. Leptin is a hormone produced by excess fat that directs the body in terms of alerting when the body has had enough to eat and what to do with the energy in store.
In a properly functioning organism, the moment food intake reaches a certain threshold, the leptin hormone is released, signaling to stop eating. Since most people looking for weight loss supplements have higher fat stores, the process becomes more complex. Although higher fat stores would imply a higher release of leptin, the saturation of the hormone in the bloodstream leads to an insensitivity known as leptin resistance.
When a person becomes leptin resistant, it becomes more difficult for the body to recognize the “stop” command proposed by the hormone and overeat. Overeating then further increases fat stores and decreases leptin response.
How Does Leptitox Work?
According to Morgan Hurst, the culprit behind stubborn fat, ignored by the existing weight loss industry, is leptin resistance caused by an abundance of endocrine-disrupting toxins in the body.
Leptitox is meant to assist the body in cleansing itself from these toxins which with the population are so often in contact. Hurst mentions several studies that seem to indicate a correlation with these chemicals and leptin resistance, but I have not verified this.
According to the website, some of the sources of these endocrine-disrupting chemicals are:
BPA: found in food storage plastics and water bottles
TBT: found in paint, pesticides and certain material preservatives
PFOA: a man-made heat resistant chemical used in non-stick cookware
DEHP: another man-made chemical used primarily is plastic production to assist with elasticity
ZEA: a mycotoxin that can be used to expedite growth in cattle.
The claim is that through the recipe shared by a Malaysian native, in addition to eleven hand-picked ingredients by Sonya Rhodes, Leptitox can help mitigate the effects of such chemicals.
Although Leptitox is a proprietary blend, meaning that the full list of ingredients is unknown, the website does offer a substantial amount of information about what goes into a Leptitox capsule.
Here is a list of ingredients mentioned on the website, and some of their supposed benefits:
- Milk Thistle – Supports weight loss, promotes liver health, reduces insulin resistance
- Apium Graveolens Seed – Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer properties
- Jujube – Helps with insomnia, regulates blood circulation, regulates blood pressure
- Grapeseed – Helps with kidney function, antioxidant, protects the liver
- Alfalfa – Antioxidant, anti-diabetic, lowers cholesterol
- Chanca Piedra – Helps with constipation, helps kidney health, protects the liver
- Taraxacum leaves – Helps with weight loss, fights inflammation, antioxidant
- Brassicas – Antioxidant, promotes digestive health, supports the immune system
- Barberry – Antioxidant, lowers blood sugar, protects against metabolic syndrome
- N-acetyl cysteine – Supports antioxidating activity, assist with liver damage, regulates blood sugar
- Burdock Root – Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, helps with blood cleansing
- Choline – Boosts metabolism, supports liver health, supports cell health
- Chicory root – Supports gut health, aids the digestive system, helps with blood sugar levels
- Methionine – Assists with protein development, helps maintain liver health, helps with skin health
- Feverfew – Anti-cancer properties, supports skin health, assists with pain relief
According to the Leptitox website, the entire blend consists of 22 100% natural ingredients made in an FDA and GMP compliant facility in the US.
The Leptitox sales page makes a lot of claims regarding Leptitox, and many of the claims are hard to believe. And if you search Google for “Leptitox reviews”, most of the “reviews” you’ll find are associated with affiliates of Leptitox who earn a commission if you purchase Leptitox using one of their links. I also earn a commission if you purchase Leptitox through one of my links, but I refuse to write a fake review, even if that means I earn fewer commissions.