No evidence supports the effectiveness of Lipovarin for weight loss, according to the Mayo Clinic. In fact, the Mayo Clinic reports that the diet drug may have some serious problems, including causing greater risk for heart attack and stroke.
Lipovarin is a nonprescription weight loss pill that contains a stimulant called synephrine. This substance is sometimes substituted for ephedra in diet drugs, but it probably has the same health risks as products made with ephedra, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Weight loss requires a healthy diet and regular workout program, according to the Mayo Clinic, and individuals cannot take shortcuts if they expect to permanently lose weight.