Exiliss is a diet aid that, as with others, vows to elevate metabolism and energy while curbing hunger. While it does not appear to have an official site, details on Exiliss exist on a site for a store that sells many wellness items.
This site contains a lengthy description of how difficult it can be to shed excess pounds, (as if people weren’t already aware) as well as the health risks of being overweight.
It actually asks, ‘How would you like to be remembered as someone tired and disabled or vibrant and healthy?’ The segment is convincing in indicating how difficult it can be in modern life to stay healthy (with supersized portions and hectic schedules).
While the site gives the Exiliss ingredients, it does not go into detail about how these ingredients contribute to weight loss. Most dieters are likely familiar with the ingredients in Exiliss, however, as they are fairly common to weight-loss formulas.
The main substances in Exiliss are Hoodia Gordonii the well-known appetite controller, Chromium Picolante which normalizes blood glucose levels, Soy Isoflavones, which assists with reducing cholesterols levels and Calcium Citrate which is vital in constructing and keeping bone mass.
Selenium is the only item included in the mix that is controversial, it promotes thyroid health and is a strong antioxidant, but it can cause other effects such as very bad sleepiness.
Kola Nut and Guarana, organic caffeine, Ginseng and Gymnema (this slows your need for sugar), Chickweed, almond nut, and Bladderwrack are the other organic ingredients found in Exiliss.
The amounts of individual ingredients aren’s identified so it’s not possible to judge whether ingredient quantities like Hoodia are sufficient to be effective.
Exiliss: Positive Features
- Each of the components in Exiliss is organic.
- Certain of its ingredients are recognized as effective for hunger and metabolic rate.
- The website furnishes adequate detail on the advantages to health of weight reduction.
Exiliss: Negative Features
- An internet search reveals very little data about Exiliss.
- Exiliss receives no positive commentary on any weight loss sites or boards.
- No warranty for refund of purchase seems to be offered for the product.
- There is no evidence that there have ever been any clinical trials evaluating the effectiveness or the safety of Exiliss.
It is difficult to weigh in on Exiliss with fairness while not having much info about it, yet it appears to lack popularity with customers or critics.
The addition of Hoodia Gordonii is a nice addition to Exiliss, but other than that, the formula is fairly typical and unremarkable in nature.
While the monthly cost is nearly sixty dollars, putting it in the medium-high price range, it is a lot to pay for a product that has not been proven to be effective.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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