Bioperine Review

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Bioperine chiefly consists of black pepper fruit extract and is credited by its vendors for increasing metabolism and increasing the absorption of nutrients. The makers of Bioperine say that their product assists in significant weight loss. Bioperine absolutely cannot be taken in excess of its recommended use, two pills daily. Critics of the supplement say that they aren’t really sure that this medicine does what it purports to do and that it may not be recommended in the proper dosage. Side effects are rare but include gastrointestinal pain. This supplement shouldn’t be combined with other medications, and you should consult your doctor before using. The manufacturer of Bioperine says that this medicine was modeled after the ancient practice of Ayurveda, which focuses on the digestive tract.

List of Ingredients

Bioperine includes black pepper fruit extract, dibasic calcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, and magnesium stearate.

Product Features

Bioperine is distributed in bottles of 60 tablets of 10 milligrams. Ninety-five percent of the compound consists of black pepper extract. Suggested use is to take one supplement along with a vitamin supplement 30 to 60 minutes before meals. You shouldn’t exceed two tablets a day. This product is distributed by Source Naturals and the average cost of a bottle is a just a few dollars.

The official Bioperine website has a lot of charts and graphs explaining the effectiveness of this product in relation to Vitamin C, Selenium, Coenzyme Q10, and many others. The website also goes into great detail explaining what a thermogenic compound does and how it works on the body.

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Advantages

  • Bioperine contains a thermogenic active ingredient.
  • Bioperine is fairly cheap. You can get a bottle of 90 tablets for less than $15 on most supplement websites.

Disadvantages

  • Bioperine doesn’t contain a significant appetite suppressant.
  • There isn’t a lot of scientific data to prove that this product works as well as the manufacturer claims.
  • Refund policies will vary greatly from website to website and the official website doesn’t sell this product.

Conclusion

Bioperine is an interesting product. It claims to greatly aid the body in the absorption of various vitamins and nutrients as well as working as a powerful thermogenic. The website is full of very technical information regarding bioavailability of nutrients with and without the use of Bioperine but unless you are a nutritionist or chemist you probably won’t find that very useful. We like the fact that this product contains a thermogenic compound but you may want to look for something with a little more kick to maximize your weight loss.

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4 User Reviews about Bioperine

  • 1
    shirley

    Is this safe for an 82 yr old person with stage 3 kidney disease, diabetes 2, anemia, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, osteopenia, three stents in the heart?

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  • 2
    C. Smith

    Why can’t you take Bioperine with medication? Is it safe to take after waiting a couple of hours after taking your meds.?

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  • 3
    virginia owen

    my husband takes lisinpril. does bioperine have a bad interaction with it.

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  • 4
    cedric winchell

    can you safely merge bioperin with chrysin ?

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