Appexit Review

by The Diet Critic on May 14, 2014

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Appexit is a non-prescription diet pill from Advantage Nutraceuticals. It is an appetite suppressant that is meant to help dieters lose weight with fast efficiency and greater ease. Unlike other over the counter diet pill products that are designed to reduce hunger, Appexit does not contain stimulants. In fact, the formula is only made up of two ingredients – ChromeMate (chromium picolinate) and Glucomannan.

ChromeMate is a brand name chromium supplement and clinical research has found that when the body lacks chromium it may be difficult for it to adequately process sugar. As for Glucomannan, it is a fiber that the body cannot digest. Therefore, it remains in the stomach for a long time, making a person feel full, which can result in huger suppression.

A bottle of Appexit has 90 capsules. The suggested dose is 2 capsules per serving. Although the user is cautioned not to exceed 6 capsules in 24 hours, it is up to them whether they take 2 or 6 capsules in a day. The manufacturer claims that how much a dieter requires depends on how quickly they want to lose weight and how often they need their appetite suppressed.


As was previously mentioned, Appexit does not contain stimulants. This means that you will not find caffeine, guarana, synephrine, or other types of stimulants among its ingredients. This is a huge benefit, especially for dieters who react poorly to stimulants and suffer from the common side effects associated with such substances, like insomnia, rapid heartbeat and irritability, to name a few.


The fact that there is only a suggested serving and it is indicated to dieters that if they require frequent appetite suppression they should take more pills, raises some concerns about the safety and efficacy of this product. In addition, although this product contains only two ingredients and, while they have both been clinically studied, there is no solid evidence that either one of them will lead to weight loss. Furthermore, chromium may not be safe for some individuals, particularly diabetics, as it can interact with certain medications. It is best to speak with your doctor before taking this product.

On a final note it is important to point out that at the time of this review, while the official Appexit website exists nothing on the site can be accessed. Instead, when the homepage is loaded a text box appears that explains Appexit is out of stock due to high demand and the manufacturer recommends IrvingiAppress. Then, within five seconds, you are automatically redirected to the website for the IrvingiAppress diet pill. There is no indication as to whether or not the Appexit site will return.

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