Livraison gratuite en France

Frequently asked questions

Below you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about this protocol, but if you need more detailed answers or have additional questions, you can write to us at or contact our help center.

LipoDIETA™ is a clinically proven weight loss method whose safety has been scientifically confirmed through numerous studies that you can find in the scientific background section, and clinical trials have proven that this method can be used for weight loss and that it is completely safe for health when used on the way described in this protocol. This protocol has been in use for 10 years and is used by more than 100,000 users.

Weight loss results are based on clinical research, the average loss in 14 days is 8 kg (from 5 to 11 kg) with an average fat loss of 9.2%. Most research confirms a loss of 7-10% of the initial body mass. The final result can be influenced by genetics, previous eating habits, hormonal status, health condition, gender and age and many other factors.


At the request of the European Commission, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) prepared a scientific opinion and nutritional guidelines and recommendations for weight control in adults and obese people in 2014 at the Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA) Committee of the Council. The guidelines and recommendations are based on a significant energy deficit and an energy-restricted diet. As part of the recommendations, the Council suggested a minimum protein content (adjusted for overweight people) of 75 g/day, a minimum carbohydrate content (based on the brain’s glucose needs) of 30 g/day and a minimum linoleic acid content (11 g). /day).day), alpha-linolenic acid (1.4 g/day) and micronutrients based on reference values. The Council proposed a minimum energy intake for weight control of 2510 kJ/day (600 kcal/day).
Given that the recommendations are based on the minimum needs of the organism, the Scientific Committee of International Health accepts the recommendations of the Council as a basic reference for a 14-day weight loss protocol with the addition of slimming agents and plant fibers (konjac). glucomannan), which is also approved by EFSA as a weight loss aid. In this sense, the protocol meets all the energy and nutritional needs of the organism*.

*EFSA NDA Committee (EFSA Committee on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies), 2015. Scientific opinion on the basic composition of complete food replacements for weight control. EFSA Journal 2015;13(1):3957, 52 p. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2015.3957

*Recommended daily amounts – RDA (recommended daily intake) of vitamins and minerals, taking into account gender, age and physical condition.

The goal of the protocol is permanent weight loss, achieving optimal body weight and proper eating habits. The protocol will help in achieving optimal body weight and provide guidelines for changing eating habits and lifestyle. The final result will depend on you, that is, on how much you will bring a balanced, proper and healthy diet into your life. If you go back to old bad eating habits, you risk accumulating new extra pounds. In that case, you can redeploy this protocol.

If your previous eating habits are not correct and have led to obesity or impaired health, you must change them permanently. You should adapt your life to your needs. If you want good looks and good health, adjust your eating habits accordingly. A balanced diet means eating foods that are good for you and avoiding foods that are bad for you. This means that you will occasionally eat a piece of cake, but this does not mean that sugar intake will be your daily diet, but the exception.

The mechanism of action of this protocol is not based on increased physical activity, nor is this protocol adapted to people who want to engage in exercise or sports. Physical activity has many health benefits, but it has very little effect on weight loss. If you normally exercise and do sports, you can continue, but at a reduced intensity, if you are not in shape, 45 minutes of easy walking will be quite enough.

Not! The protocol determines the protein intake that corresponds to the body’s daily needs, so there is no question of a high-protein diet or increased protein intake.

There are similarities and differences with the keto diet, but the liposuction diet is much closer to the Mediterranean diet and a combination of several different factors combined into a limited diet therapy. The protocol is based on an energy-restrictive diet that stimulates the metabolic conversion of fat into energy. The process of breaking down fats creates the so-called “hunger ketones”, because this is how the body best activates the mechanisms of consumption of accumulated fat reserves for energy purposes. Simply put, the body feeds on its own fat stores, which results in weight loss and is not a health risk.

Consentement à l'utilisation de Cookies selon le RGPD avec Real Cookie Banner