According to the folks at the Smorehouse Labs, Lentixin is a groundbreaking diet pill that “gases” you out of weight. Their claim is the human body holds massive amount of gas, that when not properly vented, can lead to weight gain and the appearance of being bloated.
This diet pill is supposed to replace any gas forming food, (i.e. Lentils, green vegetables, etc). The secret is well-hidden, but the claim is they have created a way to break down the molecular structure in gassy foods and rebuilt them without the “gas trait”. In other words they have recreated beans, broccoli, eggs, etc, without their trademark gaseous properties, and put them in a pill.
The dosage is quite liberal. Whenever you want/crave one of your favorite gassy foods, just pop two of the 80 mg diet pills in your mouth and drink 1 gallon of distilled water. The pill expands and leaves you feeling satisfied. They do caution about drinking distilled water, as it may lead to diarrhea and stomach cramps. I double caution you and say never ever drink distilled water as it lacks the proper minerals your body needs.
Does it Work
There is no scientific proof Lentixin works. I think it’s quite a bizarre statement to claim they can take gaseous properties out of foods. What I find even more bizarre is their claim your weight gain is caused my excess gas. So what they are saying is, obese people have 40-50 Lbs of gas built up inside their bodies??? Malarkey!
Even if this diet pill did work, I wouldn’t want to take it. Part of being a man is being able to pass gas at the right moment; and I don’t want a diet pill taking that right from me.