Exipure vs PhenQ: which one is more effective at boosting your metabolism, raising energy levels, and helping you feel healthier and leaner? Our team compares them face to face to find out which one is the better option for you.
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Overall, PhenQ takes the cake here as it contains better ingredients and in better dosages. You can’t see the doses of Exipure’s ingredients, and the ingredients themselves aren’t proven to do what the manufacturer claims – at least not to the extent that they want you to believe.
PhenQ contains a few decent ingredients like caffeine, carnitine, and chromium (all C’s!), so it’s going to be more effective at giving your energy and focus. But considering their high prices, both PhenQ and Exipure are far from the best we’ve seen on the market.
What do we recommend?
Exipure vs PhenQ – The Overview
Exipure is a tropical weight loss pill with some interesting claims.
According to its website, Exipure helps your body to increase its brown fat tissue. You might ask, what? Why would anyone want to increase body fat? Aren’t fat burners supposed to decrease it?
Well, you’d be right, but we’re talking about a different type of fat here.
See, overweight people have too much white adipose tissue, which is hard to get rid of. By contrast, those with a lot of brown adipose tissue burn fat far more easily due to a faster metabolism and the fact that brown fat is used for energy more efficiently.
So, can Exipure deliver on its claims? Can it help you have less white fat and more brown fat, and in turn, have a leaner body?
It comes with 30 capsules per bottle and it has a serving size of 1 capsule per day with water.
Let’s see how it stacks up against PhenQ first.
PhenQ is a long-standing weight loss brand. This diet pill has been on the market for quite a few years now and it seems to be marketed everywhere you look online.
The claims are similar as with most fat burners:
- Helps you to get rid of stubborn belly fat
- Reduces food cravings
- Boosts energy levels
But does it really work? And how does it compare to Exipure? Let’s check their ingredients.
Exipure vs PhenQ – The Ingredients
Exipure’s website doesn’t show us the exact ingredient information when it comes to dosages. You’re only able to see images of these ingredients and their reported effects. This makes it tricky to assess if the ingredients are effective at all, as they can be dosed fairly low without us knowing.
The ingredients themselves look decent, although there are quite a few inclusion that aren’t common to fat burners. For example, Holy Basil is a great nootropic herb that can boost your cognitive function while reducing stress levels. The same goes for Korean Ginseng; this plant helps balance hormones in your body which can indirectly help with weight loss.
The rest of the ingredients – Perilla frutescens, Pueraria lobata, Amur Cork Bark, Propolis, Quercetin, Oleuropein – are underresearched when it comes to fat burning and appetite suppression. Although some of them, such as propolis and quercetin, might have some anti-oxidant benefits, they are far from the best ingredients to include in a fat burner.
Overall, then, Exipure looks like a seriously questionable weight loss pill. It makes great promises, but looking at the ingredient information (or better said, lack thereof), it doesn’t hold up well when compared to other fat burner supplements.
While PhenQ also has some ingredients that aren’t proven to burn fat, at least their dosages are clearly shown on the label.
L-Carnitine, chromium, and caffeine are three ingredients in Exipure that should give your metabolism a boost, along with increasing your energy levels.
On the other hand, ingredients like calcium, niacin, and a-LACY’S RESET are absolutely unproven when it comes to weight loss.
Last but not least, we want to mention Capsimax (capsicum fruit extract). An otherwise well-studied thermogenic, it’s dosed so low in PhenQ that it’s not going to have significant effects. 50mg per serving is nowhere near the 100-200mg that the leading fat burners use.
Overall, PhenQ looks like a better formula than Exipure. While both supplements are fairly safe (PhenQ might cause unwanted side effects due to Alpha-Lipoic Acid), they are drastically different in potency. If your goal is to increase your energy, focus, and metabolism, PhenQ is going to have a stronger kick. Neither one is the best we’ve seen on the market, though.
Cost & Where to Buy?
Exipure costs $59 per bottle (30 servings), and PhenQ is slightly more expensive at $69 per bottle (30 servings).
In our eyes, neither PhenQ nor Exipure is worth the money considering their drawbacks. More effective fat burners can easily be found at this price range.
So that brings our PhenQ vs Exipure review to a close.
Ultimately, PhenQ is the superior between the two. Exipure is a messy bag consisting of mostly unproven ingredients in unknown dosages – and for that, you’re being charged $59 per bottle. Some will say it’s bordering a scam and we can’t say this is too far fetched.
The only question is if PhenQ is worth $69. In our opinion – no. For that kind of price you’d expect a more comprehensive formula. PhenQ is missing quite a few core ingredients that the market-leading weight loss pills use, and the dosages of some of its ingredients are below optimal ranges, too.