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    Unanswered questions for using Leptiburn

    The LeptiBurn label does not have any instructions specifically dealing with the following questions: How soon after taking the product can I actually begin eating food? Is it safe to take this product at the same time I am taking my daily medications? Or do I have to wait some time period before/after I take medications when it is safe to take your product? Is there somewhere I can get answers to these questions from a person qualified to know what these answers are...and not simply from other unqualified users???

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    30 Minutes after taking Leptiburn is when you can eat. Check with your Dr. to see if you can take with your medications.

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    I thought the instructions says to take with breakfast and lunch ?

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    Hello Lizette20,

    Welcome to the BioTRUST Community, and thanks so much for offering us the opportunity to help you! This post is from more than two years ago, so I apologize if the recommendation for BioTRUST LeptiBURN is dated.

    We recommend anyone using LeptiBURN take two (2) capsules with breakfast and two (2) capsules with lunch. Because there is approximately 212.5 mg of naturally-occurring caffeine per serving, we suggest that you avoid taking this product within six hours of bed time. Also, if you have a known caffeine sensitivity, you may consider assessing tolerance with half of the suggested serving at first.

    It was traditionally recommended to take herbal-based supplements on an empty stomach to potentially optimize absorption, however, our research indicates that taking these supplements with food does not diminish their effectiveness. Furthermore, a small percentage of the population may experience some symptoms (e.g., upset stomach, jitteriness, etc.) when taking these products on an empty stomach. In these cases, taking these all-natural supplements with food alleviates these issues.

    I hope this is helpful, Lizette20. If there is anything we can do for you, please do not hesitate to ask.

    Thank you!
    Brian Murray, Pn1
    Senior Nutrition and Exercise Coach

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    I recently stArted taking LipoBurn and I notice I begin to feel nauseous and light headed after taking it. Is this a common side effect ? If so, should I take it with food as oppose to before my first meal on an empty stomach? I really want to give it an honest try but it's really making feel awful .

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    LipoBurn side effect

    I understand LipoBurn should be taken 2 tablets for breakfast and 2 tablets for lunch. How far apart between the two doses is recommended? I take my breakfast doses at 10am and lunch at 1pm. Is that too close together? I get this awful nauseous feeling every time I take the first dose. Is this a common side effect? Please help. thanks.

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    Welcome back, Lizette.

    Thank you for following up with us. I see that Coach Brian had addressed some of your previous concerns in his initial response last week.

    As he mentioned, there is approximately 212.5 mg of naturally-occurring caffeine (from green tea and yerba mate extracts) per serving of LeptiBurn, which is about the equivalent of a cup of coffee. In addition, LeptiBurn contains Panax notoginseng (i.e., San Qi, or Tian Qi), which is considered a mild stimulatory adaptogenic herb with a wide range of health-promoting properties and known as the "king of ginseng."

    The half-life (i.e., how long it takes for the potency/activity of a substance/chemical to be cut in half) of caffeine can differ pretty drastically across individuals. One of the most notable reasons for this is that individuals may vary in the amount of their CYP1A2 enzyme, which is responsible for the degradation of caffeine in the liver.

    This is why some folks are far more sensitive to caffeine than others. That being said, the half-life of caffeine is thought to be somewhere between 4 - 6 hours. That's a major reason why we typically recommended that the doses be separated by at least 4 hours.

    Thus, my recommendation would be to:

    1) Start by taking LeptiBurn in half-servings, (i.e., one capsule), until you feel your body has acclimated to the ingredients. This could be done for two to four weeks, or until you feel comfortable transitioning to the full serving.

    2) Spread the servings out throughout the day to alleviate any symptoms normally associated with stimulants. For example, you could take one capsule immediately upon waking, another capsule two hours later, and so on. Essentially, you will stagger the servings in any way you see fit.

    3) Continue taking LeptiBurn directly with food. It has been recommended to take herbal-based supplements on an empty stomach to potentially optimize absorption, however, our research indicates that taking these supplements with food does not diminish their effectiveness. Furthermore, a small percentage of the population may experience some symptoms (e.g., upset stomach, jitteriness, etc.) when taking these products on an empty stomach. In these cases, taking these all-natural supplements with food alleviates these issues.

    4) Consider switching to a stimulant-free fat burner, like Metabo379 or BellyTrim XP.

    If you find that you are experiencing a sensitivity to caffeine, or are unable to continue with these recommendations, please contact our Customer Care department, and they will be able to assist you with returning this product, or perhaps exchanging for another product to better suit your needs.

    Please keep us updated, Lizette, as we want to ensure you are able to achieve your goals, and will do our best to offer you the support and guidance needed to do so.

    Have a wonderful day.
    Cristina Powell, ME-NC3, Pn1
    Nutrition and Exercise Coach
    "Perfection isn't necessary...Consistency is."

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