What You Should Know
There is not an official website for Exiliss so it was difficult to find any very reliable information regarding this product. The major active ingredient in Exiliss in Hoodia Gordonii. Hoodia Gordonii is becoming one of the most popular ingredients in weight loss products today. Those selling Exiliss say that it will help you lose weight as well as increasing your energy levels. Hoodia Gordonii is a cactus that grows in South Africa. Traditionally it is used by South African Tribesmen when they leave to go on long hunting trips, due to the scarcity of food and its appetite suppressant qualities. Exiliss does not actually list the concentration of Hoodia Gordonii used, and this is crucial information in order to know if the concentration is sufficient for it to actually be effective.
The ingredients in Exiliss are Hoodia Gordonii, Chromium Picolinate, Selenium, Kola Nut, Guarana, Grapefruit, Ginseng, and Gymnema Chickweed and Calcium Citrate.
The ingredients in Exiliss are commonly found in other products in the market. The fact that there is no official website for this product does not weigh heavily in the manufacturers favour, since a website shows that there is reliable manufacturer support available. The market is now swamped with products containing Hoodia Gordonii, and manufacturers now really need to make their product stand out, giving as much information as possible. Gymnema, which is also in Exiliss, is another very common ingredient also found in similar products on the market today. Gymnema is said to adjust sugar levels. It is an herb that is native to the forests of South and Central India, and it is traditionally used in India to treat diabetes. Chromium Picolinate, which is also present, is said to help process insulin. Those selling Exiliss tell us that you should take one capsule with 8oz of water before breakfast and one capsule before your evening meal. Exiliss costs $59 for ninety capsules.
- A list of ingredients is available for Exiliss on the web.
- Exiliss can be ordered from online stores
- Hoodia Gordonii, which is included in the formula, is traditionally used as an appetite suppressant.
- There is not an official web presence for Exiliss.
- There is no money back guarantee.
- Some experts believe that fatigue can be a side effect of Selenium which is contained in this product.
- Exiliss is not the sole product on the market to contain Hoodia Gordonii, and the quantity used is not clear.
There are so many products containing Hoodia Gordonii on the market today that, in order to recommend one of these over another, we really do need to be convinced beyond reasonable doubt that it is superior. Unfortunately the manufacturers of Exiliss do not present much information at all, much less something that would really help their product to stand out. There is not even an official website for Exiliss.