What You Should Know
Xpel is a product being promoted as a weight loss supplement. The manufacturer of Xpel is Maximum Human Performance located in Fairfield, New Jersey. The company was created by Vincent Giampapa M.D. and an acquaintance Gerard Dente.
Green Tea Leaf, Guarana Seed Extract, Dandelion Extract, Buchu Leaf, and Horse Tail Extract.
Green Tea Leaf is known to contain caffeine. Guarana Seed Extract contains a form of caffeine and it is believed that it may be used as a diuretic in this case. The Dandelion Extract is a natural diuretic in this product. A diuretic may help you to lose excess water weight but not fat weight.
There was not much information found about the ingredient Buchu Leaf that was related to weight loss. However, it can be used as a diuretic and it is considered to be a natural remedy used to relieve kidney stones and bladder and kidney infections.
This product appears to be created to help you shed your excess water weight. While diuretics are commonly found in weight loss products, they are combined with fat burners and appetite suppressants to cover all aspects of weight loss. This product does not contain either of these essential ingredients.
- May contain all natural ingredients.
- Contains Green Tea that is loaded with antioxidants.
- Targeted more toward water weight loss and not real fat or pounds.
- Contains several sources of caffeine.
Xpel appears to be more of a water weight pill than a weight loss pill. The ingredients, while all natural, do not provide the fat burning or appetite suppressing ingredients needed to boost weight loss. While the product is less expensive than other weight loss supplements, that does not help us to support the product. Losing weight requires a product that helps the dieter to burn fat and feel less hungry and this product will not accomplish this.