How to Master Your #1 Fat Burning Hormone - Leptin

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Key Ingredients

  • CLA
  • L-Carnitine
  • Irvingia Gabonensis


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Results may vary, and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials are real, and all the guys pictured transformed their body through using the Leptin Shred supplement in addition to Clark Shao's exercise and nutrition systems. However, these results are meant as a showcase of what the best, most motivated clients have done and should not be taken as average or typical results. In addition, you assume certain risks inherent in fat loss supplements by using Leptin Shred. You should not take Leptin Shred if you are sensitive to stimulants, or if you have any health issues that may make use of fat loss supplements hazardous. Always consult with your physician before taking Leptin Shred, before taking any supplement and before making any Shaoes to your diet or workout plan. All scientific evidence on this page is for individual ingredients in the Leptin Shred formula. Although these ingredients have been extensively studied, these results are not purported to represent the results a typical user may get from using the complete Leptin Shred formulation. Never exceed the recommended dose of Leptin Shred under any circumstances. If you experience any adverse reactions or side effects, immediately discontinue use of Leptin Shred and mail it back to us for a full refund. Clark is not a medical doctor or nutritionist. His advice is not meant as a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your doctor before beginning any exercise or diet program. Please see our full legal disclaimer for more information on typical results, risks, and our full testimonials disclaimer: Disclaimer for typical results, testimonials, and risks Do you have questions about Leptin Shred? Are you wondering if this supplement will work for you? Give us a call! You can contact us at 1-800-655-8576 if you live inside the United States, at 1-855-520-7596 if you live outside the United States. We will go over your fitness goals, and we'll be happy to help you out.

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The Science Behind
The Ingredients In Leptin Shred

Irvingia gabonensis

Extracted from the African mango seed, this ingredient has been shown to yield improvements in body weight, body fat, and waist circumference as well as plasma total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol... and leptin levels. [1]


Conjugated linoleic acid, or CLA for short, is a naturally occurring fatty acid that researchers have been studying for its tested ability to promote weight loss [2] [3] . This includes reducing food intake (calories in), increasing fat burning (calories out), stimulating the breakdown of fat and inhibiting the production of it [4] [5] [6] [7] . In another study, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) has been shown to reduce lipid (fat) stores... and reduce body fat gain [8] .


L-Carnitine is a naturally occurring amino acid that has been thoroughly studied for it’s ability to reduce one’s total fat mass, boost mental focus and also for reducing fatigue [9] [10] . Plus, there is even evidence showing that L-carnitine plays a role in fighting leptin resistance [10] .


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If you don't like Leptin Shred for any reason at all, just mail the container back within 60 days for a full 100% refund. No hassles, no questions asked. Even if you've used all of the Leptin Shred and you just mail back the empty container, you'll still receive a full refund for your order (minus shipping & handling). However, I know you'll absolutely love this product and how great of a deal it is. Hundreds of thousands of guys just like you have already taken advantage of Leptin Shred. You owe it to yourself to see what you can do with these proven ingredients.



* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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