Exipure is a disaster of a dietary supplement which claims to help you lose weight by increasing brown adipose tissue bat. It is claimed to work by helping you break down fat, therefore leading to weight loss.The reality is different. Studies show that BAT isn't promising for weight loss maintenance and energy metabolism.
Exipure delivers some pretty much useless ingredients that won't help you drop pounds significantly.
Alongside that, it uses a proprietary blend, depriving you of information about the ingredient doses, meaning that the couple of ingredient that have any potential at all may not even be correctly dosed (in fact it's quite likely, that they're not based on the size of the exipure pills).
Because of that, we can't recommend Exipure as a weight loss aid. There are better weight loss supplements out there.
Most Exipure reviews from other customers we've seen online were quite disappointing. Some people state they need a more potent alternative to burn calories more efficiently. Others are satisfied, but they are a minority. Generally speaking there's always a few customers reviews that are positive around any weight loss supplement as quite often people take them whilst already dieting and working out, with the placebo effect helping motivate them regardless of whether or not the pills are effective.
A few of the exipure Amazon reviews
Didn't feel any better. This didn't work at all. Waste of money." - Natasha
"I am taking this pill as instructed and have seen some results with reduced appetite, but not substantial weight loss. Will keep at it and readjust my meals." - Judy
"Used the product for 6 months and did not see any results as claimed." - Matthew
We should start by saying exipure pills are quite small, 300mg, and whilst we don't know the exact breakdown of the ingredients, the only couple in here that are remotely effective are usually in doses of more than 300mg when whown to be effective. This makes our exipure review rather negative.
Holy Basil - Can lower cholesterol and potentially help regulate blood pressure, but not all too helpful for weight loss supplements. We're not sure why this is in here.
White Korean Ginseng - Korean ginseng has a couple of potential benefits for weight loss, if it was dosed in a dose large enough to take up the entire exipure pill. Then for men it can slightly improve male hormone production and in muscular performance, so if you were training heavily as part of cutting fat and it was the only ingredient in exipure then it could work.
Amur Cork Bark - Amur Cork Bark seems to lack evidence for its effectiveness in terms of weight loss. However, it is an anti-inflammatory ingredient that would make more sense in a joint supplement than in a weight loss product, we don't see the point of having this ingredient in the formula.
Propolis - Another ingredient that's only been shown to work in mice, to make matters worse they were fed such a large dose that a equivalent for human body would be about 30 grams. That's 100X larger than the entire exipure pill.
Quercetin - Quercetin has a couple of rat studies which suggested that it could be effective for helping you oxidise fat more effectively, unfortunately rat studies almost never translate to effective human trials.
Oleuropein - Another ingredient only shown to be effective in animals, and once again, it would have to be in such a large dose that expipure is nowhere near large enough.
Perilla - Potentially helps regulate blood sugar, so could have a minor effect on cravings, but is likely under dosed.
Kudzu - At last in our exipure review we actually have something that's been backed for weight loss in an amount that could possibly fit into the pill. At 300mg (and you'll notice a problem here with exipure being 300mg) it has been shown to have been effective as a weight loss aid over 12 weeks. There is of course a downside, it did not seem to be effective at 200mg in the same trial. This means that exipure has fallen at the last hurdle and there is not a single thing that we can say is proven to be effective.
If we compare this to ingredients that we know work, that have simple explanations, like glucomannan (which swells 50X larger in the stomach) making one pill swell to the size of a bagel for a total of 0 calories, and has been shown in dozens of trials to suppress appetite effectively when taken before food, or caffeine, which we all know makes you move more, burn more calories, as well as also suppressing appetite for 4 hours after consumption according to multiple human studies it's not hard to see that there's better options.
Exipure weight loss supplement hasn't left us delighted.
In fact there's a good arguement that exipure is a scam.
While the manufacturer claims that brown adipose tissue is a magic tool for losing weight, we wouldn't agree with that because it won't do all the work.
That's not to say that weight loss supplements don't work, just that they tend to contain ingredients that reduce appetite or boost energy levels when you're dieting. The BAT fad is something of a pseudoscience and you'd be better off putting your trust in proven ingredients.
Unfortunately, Exipure is far from the best weight loss pill. We've seen far better alternatives with ingredients that actually work. We DO NOT recommend exipure.