Many fat burners and weight loss supplements say that they will burn fat, suppress appetite, boost metabolism and energy, and cause weight loss. Few actually have the power to fulfill every single one of these promises, though.
Linée, on the other hand, doesn’t pretend to be able to do everything. It promises appetite suppression, but that’s it. It seems that it should be fairly easy for it to follow through, since it only has one claim.
Linée doesn’t claim to be a miracle pill that will cause extreme weight loss extremely rapidly. It is intended to be an aid in dieting that will help you feel satisfied and full, so you will be able to resist binging and ruining your diet.
It is safe and does not have common side effects.
Ingredients in Linée
Linée contains Appexium PI-2, vitamin D3, and vitamin B12. Vitamins D3 and B12 are good supplements to have in a diet, but they don’t aid in weight loss or appetite suppression.
Appexium PI-2 suppresses appetite by sending a peptide, CCK, into the bloodstream and promoting a feeling of fullness and satisfaction. Linée claims that Appexium PI-2 has been clinically proven, but does not cite the study or even detail what the results of the study were. Considering that it is the only ingredient that is not a vitamin and that has anything at all to do with weight loss, it is not promising that Linée doesn’t go into more detail regarding the “scientific studies.”
Vitamin D3 and Vitamin B12 are certainly excellent dietary supplements, but they don’t have anything to do with weight loss or promote appetite suppression.
Does Linée offer a money-back guarantee?
Kind of. Linée offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, provided that the product is not “overly used.” An effective money-back guarantee allows you to try out a product, determine whether or not it works, and then return the empty bottle if you are not pleased.
Linée not only offers an extremely short money-back guarantee (30 days is the absolute minimum you should look for in a diet pill), but it also doesn’t allow you to try it out.
Linée is only $24.00 for 60 pills, so it is very affordable. That’s a good thing, in this case, because you’ll probably be glad you didn’t spend more money it.
It seems that a pill that promises only one thing should be able to make it happen, but Linée just doesn’t have the power to do it. Its ingredients are far from impressive. The best thing about Linée is that it doesn’t contain stimulants, so you won’t see side effects. However, a lack of side effects is hardly enough reason to buy a weight loss supplement. Linée doesn’t even pretend to be a fat burner, so don’t plan on losing weight without exercising and dieting. It is solely intended to help you stick to your diet. But without effective ingredients, we have serious doubts that Linée is worth even $24.