EnerPrime Review

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EnerPrime is an herbal supplement infused with superfoods, antioxidants, phytonutrients, and other important herbs, naturally derived and made to supplement any lifestyle. EnerPrime claims the unique blend of ingredients allows the body to be healed to its full potential, helping it deage while increasing energy levels, lowering stress levels, and increase the immune system for superior protection all year round. Its blend of superfoods (a term coined by Dr. Oz of Oprah fame) is at the heart of its formulation, which contains antioxidants and nutrients rich with natural chemicals.

<>Purchasing EnerPrime is as simple as browsing your local web store. Most sell it for $38.50 per 160 ct bottle, and is also sold in powdered form for $49.50. No change in diet or exercise is needed, according to EnerPrime, and dieters only need to supplement their diet with EnerPrime daily. Their official website also details important information about EnerPrime, such as how it was formulated and why this blend is important for dieters. Their blend of ingredients may have a positive effect on the immune system.

Ingredients

Hawaiian Spirulina, Green Barley Grass, Green Kamut Powder, Digestive and Cleansing Complex, Jerusalem Artichoke Inulin Concentrate, Dandelion Leaf Powder, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, Milk Thistle Extract, Vegetarian Enzyme Complex, DGL Licorice Extract, Vegetarian Sodium RNA, Chromium Citrate, Rice Maltodextrin, Natural Freeze-Dried Flavor, Adaptongenic Complex, Reishi and Shiitake Mushroom Extract, High Lycopene Tomato Concentrate, Beta-Carotene and Carrot Powder, High Anthocyanin Grape Skin Extract, High Allicin Potential Garlic Concentrate, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Magnesium Citrate, Potassium Citrate, Rosemary Extract, Zinc Citrate, L-Selenomethionine, Sodium Selenite.

Product Features

EnerPrime utilizes numerous ingredients which contains antioxidant rich vitamins, such as Vitamin C, D, and E. Some studies show that Vitamin E may help improve the firmness of skin due to its ability to boost collagen levels in skin cells, and the antioxidants are shown to add a stronger effect by eliminating free radicals in skin cells. The elimination of free radicals are shown to stop some skin conditions that result from skin cell degeneration. It may promote skin firmness on a cellular level, although further testing shows it did not promote a noticeable effect on skin appearance.

The vitamins included may also boost the immune system, due to its high antioxidant and nutritonal levels. This is the extent of documented effects located for these ingredients, however, and it is doubtful it may help lower stress levels or help increase energy levels. Thermogenic ingredients may be needed in this area.

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Advantages

  • Contains numerous ingredients with nutrients, such as Vitamin A and C.
  • The high amount of antioxidants may help improve skin health and the immune system.

Disadvantages

  • May not contain ingredients that promote specific effects, such as boost energy levels.
  • Most of these ingredients could also be eaten in natural form cheaply.
  • Appears to be only available online.

Conclusion

EnerPrime is an all natural product that claims to cure many ailments, but it only appears a handful of its ingredients may promote these effects. Eating a healthy diet may promote the safe effects also, but for those who do not have the option of eating a healthy diet, a supplement may be the next option to consider.

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2 User Reviews about EnerPrime

  • 1
    Laura Burlingame

    I would like to order more Ener Prime, couldnt figure it out, Help I’m almost out.

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  • 2
    Ben Greenfield

    You actually listed all the Enerprime ingredients, but you say it is doubtful that it would lower stress levels, when, in fact, it is packed with stress lower adaptogenic compounds (like Reishi and Shiitake Mushroom Extract). In terms of energy, although it does not contain potentially adrenal exhausting central nervous system stimulants, it does contain very dense sources of metabolic energy, such as spirulina and barley grass – both of which can improve both energy and physical performance.

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