Appiless – Purely Inspired’s Exclusive Appetite Suppressant

Purely Inspired Appiless

Appiless provides 21 days of appetite control in a delicious powdered drink mix packet

This week, we were surprised to see two very similar things come from Iovate, the company that owns MuscleTech: the latest entry to their SX-7 GNC series, Appidex SX-7 (an appetite suppressant powder), and Appiless, which is also an appetite suppressant!

So Iovate’s been been building arms, bulking physiques, and burning fat for a time, but what’s new?

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Appiless – Another new appetite suppressant?

It’s named AppiLess — a new appetite suppressant. Immediately you get the feeling that this supplement could be a great addition/stack to its “boss”, the Hydroxycut Hardcore fat burner, which has helped dieters for years and sold millions of bottles.

Let’s take a look at the ingredients and see how it stacks up.

Appiless Ingredients

Purely Inspired AppiLess Ingredients

The ingredients are relatively simple – a mix of appetite-controlling kelp fiber and spinach leaf extract

Everything interesting in Appiless is in the Appetite Control Blend. It’s a 3715mg proprietary mix of just two ingredients — kelp fiber and appethyl spinach leaf extract.

We know from the label that 3g of this blend is dietary fiber, so that’s one of the main mechanisms of appetite suppression. Pretty simple and straightforward, and high fiber is always a good idea regardless of what your supplementation regimen is.

But let’s take a closer look at each of these ingredients to see what other effects they bring to the table.

  • Kelp Fiber Leaves and Stems

    Aside from the fiber content, kelp is commonly found in appetite suppressants due to its sodium alginate content. Alginate is used in a lot of foods as a thickening agent, and in supplement form it basically turns into a thick pudding in the stomach and takes up a lot of space for a long time, keeping you feeling full for an extended period.[1]

    It’s proven to work, and we have no complaints about it. The only major issue with kelp supplements in the past has been dangerous levels of iodine in some of them.[2] The label shows only 310mg of sodium, however, or 13% of the FDA recommended daily value.

    Iovate (owner of Purely Inspired) is also one of the more reliable big-name brands out there and likely sees the business sense in not opening themselves up to trouble here, so we’re less concerned.

    In general, the pros of a small bit of kelp supplementation seem to outweigh the cons.

  • Appethyl Spinach Leaf Extract

    Appethyl Spinach Extract

    Marketing info taken from Appethyl’s website

    Some studies have shown that spinach leaf extract specifically reduces cravings for unhealthy foods.

    Membranes in the leaves called thylakoids spur production of satiety hormones, keeping away those hedonistic cravings for fast food, candy and other non-nutritional foods. They also slow digestion, which is beneficial as sometimes the “stop eating, we’re full” signals can’t reach the brain fast enough when you’re eating foods that are broken down quickly (like most processed foods).[3]

    Appethyl is a patented thyalkoid extract from Greenleaf Medical, though it’s actually manufactured by FutureCeuticals.[4]

    Unfortunately, there actually isn’t much information at their site indicating what’s different about it (if anything). But spinach itself — and its extracts — are almost always universally good, just like healthy doses of fiber.

Early AppiLess Reviews?

Going by user reviews on the various sites carrying Appiless, the response has been pretty good so far. Users have been particularly impressed by the taste — a very good thing to hear, since kelp-based supplements often have a problem with tasting incredibly nasty.

A few people have reported problems with clumping and a fishy aftertaste, however. It likely has to be downed very quickly or the thickening agent that’s supposed to be expanding in your stomach will do it in your glass instead!

Most importantly, nearly all reviewers report that appetite suppression is indeed effective.

The negative reviews are pretty much centered on not being able to get the product down in the first place because it clumps too much – so follow the instructions when mixing it!

This product could be another base hit for the company and dieters alike, because we all know that a clean diet and hard hitting gym routine can be easily wrecked with failure by succumbing to those binges and ill-timed cravings.

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Alone, a weight loss supplement or hunger suppressant would be as good as dead, but with an excellent nutrition plan, and a workload for a bodybuilder, this could really help chisel new ground.

As always, you can compare prices below or go to our Purely Inspired page and click monitor this brand and we’ll contact you whenever there’s a deal!

About the Iovate Family

Users of the Iovate family’s products (which includes MuscleTech, Purely Inspired, Hydroxycut, and Fuel:One) know that this company has been playing the game right when it comes to supplements lately. After all, anyone who’s anyone in the fitness world has heard of Hydroxycut, Nitro-Tech and Cell-Tech, so it’s no wonder they’ve been the #1 selling bodybuilding supplement brand in America for almost a decade.

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References

  1. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/06/13/us-seaweed-weightloss-idUSBRE85C1DD20120613
  2. http://www.med.nyu.edu/content?ChunkIID=21786
  3. http://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/article/spinach-extract-decreases-cravings
  4. http://gl-medical.com/our-products/appethyl/
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