Exipure Reviewed - Do The Ingredients Help You Lose Weight?

Exipure is the new weight loss product that claims will help you lose weight with its proprietary non-GMO ingredients, but does it really?

FOOD AND HEALTH

Omeed Gül

10/31/20226 min read

WHAT IS EXIPURE?

Exipure is a new weight loss supplement founded by Dr. Wilkins, Dr. Lam, and Jack Barrett (the same founders behind ProDentim and Ikaria Lean Belly Juice). This product claims to help you lose weight by targeting the "real root cause" of belly fat. Apparently, there is just one common factor in every overweight man or woman, and it's simply "low brown adipose tissue levels". Yes, you read that right, this company claims that every person that is overweight is only so because he or she has "low brown adipose tissue levels"! What even are "brown adipose tissues"? We'll get into that later.

Firstly, before moving any further, I'd like to say that this article isn't one of those AI generated articles you see everywhere on the web when searching for reviews of products. Everything written in this article is written by me, a real human. I explain the product and leave my assessment in the end whether or not the product is dangerous to your health.

Continuing... this company makes bold claims saying that if one were to take this supplement, they will lose weight even without dieting or exercise! To the questioning mind, this sounds completely absurd and blatantly ridiculous on so many levels, and I would agree with that judgement. In fact, this article is written mostly to debunk all the insane claims made by this company. Yet, while I strongly dislike companies that make enormous claims with nothing truly factual to back them up, if you read towards the end of this article, you will see that I still will not hold off from not recommending this brand, and the reason for this comes down to the ingredients used by this company for its "Exipure" product.

WHAT ARE BROWN ADIPOSE TISSUES?

Brown adipose tissues, also more commonly known simply as brown fat, are a special type of body fat that is activated or "turned on" when you get cold. These brown adipose tissues produce heat to maintain your body temperature in cold conditions. The creators of Exipure claim that low brown adipose tissue levels are the root-cause for unexplained weight gain, and while this may or may not be true (I wouldn't know for sure until I do more thorough research on the matter), I'd suggest that we should look more into the reasons why your brown adipose tissue levels would be low in the first place, and work on fixing that rather than taking any supposed "cure".

CAN YOU LOSE WEIGHT WITHOUT DIETING OR EXERCISE?

Any claim made by a company that you can lose weight simply by taking some supplements and not putting the effort and mindset into dieting or exercising is clearly a whole load of BS. Such claims rightly draw criticism and in my opinion, only work to tarnish their reputation. This does not however mean that the product itself doesn't have any merit or benefits to your health, merely what I'm criticizing here is the form of marketing deceit this company is partaking.

The basics of losing weight can be summed down to something very simple that many people still can't fathom; moving more and eating less. However, this is at a very basic level and doesn't take into account that the foods and diets of today are very different to that of what our ancestors were eating; the very food that kept them alive and strong. Regular readers and subscribers of my work can recall a bold claim of mine where I refer to the modern diet as being "fractured and weaponized against you". I remain firm with that statement, and I call on others to try to debunk me. With facts, not opinions, and most definitely not any dubious case studies funded by enormous food or pharmaceutical corporations pushing an agenda.

The modern diet works to create an unbelievable toxicity within the body that has never been seen before in the history of man. Look around, sickness is everywhere and it's growing, you'd think with the advent of modern-day technology that we would be blessed with the lowest rates of illness, yet this couldn't be further from the truth. Cancers and disorders of all sorts are spreading and most definitely not declining. Do a quick Google of the world's fattest man back in 1900 and compare him with your average Walmart shopper of today, perhaps then you'll be able to put it all together.

BIG PHARMA IS NOT YOUR FRIEND

The fact is, despite this company's marketing tactics, their Exipure product does use quality non-GMO ingredients, and the same cannot be said of the vast majority of pharmaceuticals formulated by the big corporations (behind products like Tylenol, Motrin, etc). These corporations feed you completely unnatural and man-made chemicals that work to treat the illness, rather than treat the patient, causing an array of auto-immune disruptions in the long run depending on usage.

There's a reason why they don't teach Latin or ancient Greek in school anymore. It's not a dead language, it's a living language. A language that reveals truth. The word "sorcery" is the Greek word "pharmakeia". In essence, "pharmakeia" means "to drug or poison". This word is the root behind the modern word "pharmaceutical". Coincidence?

DO I RECOMMEND EXIPURE?

Having thoroughly reviewed the ingredients used by Exipure for their product, I can safely conclude that they are safe and not hazardous to your health. They use a "proprietary blend" of eight non-GMO plant-derived ingredients that they claim to be sourced from Cat Ba Island in Vietnam. The benefits of these ingredients are supposedly backed by clinical research. These eight ingredients are also boasted as being "non-habit forming".

Despite the many extraordinary claims made by this company, this product can do well in targeting fat loss, however, only when used in combination with a healthy lifestyle which includes daily exercise and clean eating (avoiding GMOs, refined sugars, fluoride, processed oils and foods, etc.)

Below is my detailed explanation of each ingredient used in Exipure, as well as the commonly known health benefits of each:

  1. Perilla (also known as the beefsteak plant): A herb whose leaf and seed is used to make holistic medicine. Primarily used to as a natural treatment to asthma. Also used for sunstroke and nausea, including to help induce sweating and reduce muscle spasms. The seeds are a good source of polyunsaturated fatty acids. These polyunsaturated fatty acids are beneficial to your health and help prevent many illnesses and diseases including cancer, arthritis, and a range of cardiovascular disorders.

  2.  Kudzu: An ancient medicine used by the Chinese to treat liver damage, heart disease, diabetes, fever, menopausal symptoms, the common cold, and even neck or eye pain. Many lab studies have confirmed the herb's anti-inflammatory properties.

  3.  Holy Basil: An aromatic perennial plant that is native to the Indian subcontinent. It's well cultivated amongst Southeast Asians. The plant can help protect your body against infection, lower your blood sugar and cholesterol levels, and ease joint pains. Contains naturally occurring vitamins C and A, calcium, zinc, and iron. Holy basil also interestingly benefits the stomach by decreasing acid and extending the life of mucus cells.

  4.  White Korean Gingseng: A potent herbal medicine once considered a "cure-all" herb by early emperors that discovered its great benefits. This herb is a natural immune booster which promotes your body's regulating response to inflammation.

  5.  Amur Cork Bark (also known as Phellodendron): Traditionally used as a treatment for tuberculosis, meningitis, and pneumonia. Known to increase dopamine, as well as help with weight loss and obesity due to its detoxicant properties.

  6.  Propolis: A material made by bees that is similar to honey. Helps lower blood pressure, treats allergies, and improves overall immune support. Propolis is anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal.

  7.  Quercetin: Known pain reliever. Improves overall endurance and inflammation. Reduces your risk for cancer, diabetes, and certain types of allergies. Studies show Quercetin contains protective effects for the liver.

  8. Oleuropein (also known as olive leaf extract): According to several lab test findings, oleuropein was found to reduce body fat and weight gain. Oleuropein was also found to help prevent against Alzheimer's disease.

WHAT DO I RECOMMEND?

As explained above, there is no doubt on the health benefits of the ingredients used by Exipure, and I will not make any judgements against the product other than any of the perceived negative marketing tactics that were previously discussed. The product seemingly has an overall very good 4.8 out of 5 star rating online through the many different shops that sell it.

Te keys to staying fit and healthy are daily exercise and eating clean. This requires developing a disciplined mindset that allows you to stay true to this regimen. I personally avoid all refined sugars, GMOs, processed foods and oils, industrial farming meats, fluoride, and of course the infamously taboo word that starts with a "v". Take a daily dose of the "Activator X" (a mix of fermented cod liver oil and butter oil) and keep your mind and emotions in check. I believe there is plenty of outstanding and unbiased evidence supporting my diet and regimen, and while my way definitely requires quite a bit of discipline to get started (unfortunately there are plenty of lazy people expecting a one-pill cures all product, but there is no such thing), after a few months or so, it gets easier to keep up with, and trust me, it's all worth it when your hair and skin start to glow, and when you begin to feel healthy and vibrant again.

If you do decide to try out this "Exipure" product, they do offer a discounted 6-bottle offer that includes two free bonuses. This comes with a 180-day money back guarantee if you do not like the product for any reason.The reviews seem great (if they're legit), and the ingredients don't have any weird unpronounceable chemicals, that means it could be worth a try. I, however, as stated earlier, would recommend simply sticking to the basics.