What You Should Know
Excalia appears to be a product that is being promoted as a weight loss agent. It may have been developed by a company that is out of California called Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. It is believed that the product itself may have been renamed Empatic. It has been self proclaimed as being the new miracle weight loss drug and that it may be able to assist you in reducing your overall body weight by more than 12% in one year. In this review we will go over the information that is available to us so that we may determine if this product should be labeled as a safe and effective weight loss supplement.
It is said that the supplement Empatic, is made up of 2 different ingredients. These 2 ingredients are Zonisamide and Bupropion. It appears as though these 2 ingredients may have been on the market for a while now, but not as a patented combination.
It is said that the ingredient Zinisamide has a history in the United States as being used as an Antiseizure drug. This is supposed to activate certain chemicals in the brain that ultimately deliver the feeling of being full. It is also supposed to trick your body into continuing to burn metabolism instead of hitting what is commonly referred to as a weight loss plateau. Basically, this product may have the ability to suppress your appetite and increase your energy.
Buproprion is supposed to work in conjunction with Zonisamide to stimulate the Hypothalamus, thus creating a better effect than either one of them if they were used alone.
It appears as though Excalia is a product that has been renamed as Empatic. It uses the combination of 2 different drugs so that it may help you to feel full after eating, increase your energy, and prevent you from hitting a weight loss plateau. Although this product has not yet been made available to the public because it is still in the testing phase, it is already being dubbed as being the next miracle drug. In order to get these results, it may be necessary to take the drug for 48 straight weeks in order to achieve the maximum results of an overall 12% weight loss.
- It may be a safe way to lose weight.
- There seems to be information available about the results of the ongoing clinical trials.
- This product has not been made available to the public.
- It appears as though this product is going to be available through prescription only.
It appears as though this product may actually help you to lose weight, that is, when it becomes available to the public. It appears as though a doctor’s visit may be necessary due to the fact that this drug is made up of 2 prescription drugs. There is only one problem that I see with this product and that is the fact that it will only aid you in losing 12% of your body weight per year. In other words, a 200 pound woman may lose 24 pounds in 1 year. That is only half of a pound per week, and healthy weight loss is considered to be 2 to 3 pounds per week.