We take a closer look at Plexus Accelerator Plus to find out more.
We are not impressed with Plexus Accelerator Plus. This supplement looks pretty dangerous and many people have reported side effects. We would never advise anyone to take such an unsafe looking product. In addition, we have yet to find a genuine customer who has lost weight by using this.
For more information on Plexus and their other products take a look at our investigation into the company: https://www.dietpillswatchdog.com/plexus-worldwide-diet-investigation/
Potential side effects may include nausea, vomiting, headaches, jitteriness, dizziness, stomach upset, heart palpitations, increased blood pressure, decreased blood pressure and elevated heart rate.
1 x bottle of 60 capsules (30 servings) costs $39.95.
It is expensive and as is usual with Plexus products, overpriced. Yes, you can probably get better deals going through an Ambassador, but the thing that puzzles us is that why you or anyone would really want to? We reject Plexus Accelerator +.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Phentaslim. Whilst not just containing clinically proven ingredients that have been shown to shift the fat, Phentaslim is very unlikely to give you unwanted side effects.
The makers of Phentaslim are so confident in their product they offer a no-risk 60-day money back guarantee too. To find out why this is our visitors #1 choice in our review here.
Plexus Accelerator Plus (sometimes written as Accelerator +) is a supplement supposed to boost the speed of your metabolism. It contains a range of ingredients in a proprietary blend that are all well known in the supplements world. These include Yerba Mate, Hordenine. Higenemine and Green Tea extract so this supplement will have a stimulant effect. It also contains Hawthorn – a known heart stimulant so it will not be suitable for everyone.
Plexus Accelerator + also contains B Vitamins, Chromium and Calcium for added health support. Plexus advise that this supplement works well with Plexus Slim the so-called Pink Drink.
Take a two capsule serving once a day, 30 minutes before breakfast.
Plexus Worldwide is a Network Marketing company (also known as MLM) so looks to recruit people called Ambassadors to sell their products rather than placing them in shops and stores.
Network Marketing is popular with people looking for a structured incentive plan in order to make money by selling to friends but it does not suit everyone.
Take a look at our earlier investigation to find out about the pros and cons of Multi Level Marketing.
According to the advertising, Plexus Accelerator can:
The product information claims, “When taken with Plexus Slim, in conjunction with diet and exercise, Accelerator+ helps you manage your weight”.
Is “managing” your weight, the same as losing weight? The product information does not explain.
Unlikely. Many people have experienced side effects and there does not seem to be much weight loss mentioned either.
Taking stimulants does not automatically cause you to lose weight. Yes, they can decrease your appetite and make you move more but the downside is that this can cause the side effects that many have mentioned.
The inclusion of Hawthorn in the formula does not make sense. This ingredient is not known for weight loss but it does have very unpredictable effects upon the heart so is not suitable for OTC products like this one.
Serving size is equal to two capsules. Most of the ingredients are contained in a proprietary blend.
Proprietary Blend (950mg):
The supplement also contains vitamins, calcium and chromium as a support to general health. There is evidence that chromium may help to regulate blood sugar levels.
Plexus Accelerator Plus is not be safe for everyone because it does contain stimulants and many people have reported side effects.
Potential side effects may include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Do not take if you suffer from a heart condition or are taking prescription medication. Speak to your doctor first and seek medical advice if you experience side effects.
There is a range of opinion but side effects seem to be an issue.
This lady had a frightening experience,
I’ve been taking the Plexus Slim and the Accelerator Plus for 2 months now, carefully following their directions.
On many occasions, I have gotten severe headaches, lightheaded, dizzy, and spotted vision all at once. It scared me so bad today that I almost called 911, luckily, it went away after resting for about an hour….
Others have said similar, such as this reviewer,
I have had side effects to the accelerator capsule, no sleep, irradiated heartbeat, very rapid heart beat, nausea this has been an awful week…
Some people noticed no change,
Could not tell a difference one way or another.
Plexus Ambassadors have been quick to redress the balance with some positive comments such as this one,
I love all Plexus Products! And I Love that Plexus offers a 60 day money back guarantee to their customers…!
As the reviewer mentioned, there is a 60-day guarantee if you buy from the Plexus site or from an Ambassador.
If you buy from the website, contact Customer Care on 1-480-998-3490 within 60 days of purchase to obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization number (RMA).
Accelerator Plus is expensive.
1 x bottle of 60 capsules (30 servings) costs $39.95 if you buy from the Plexus website as a retail customer.
Alternatively sign up as a preferred customer (auto ship) and take the Monthly Evo Preferred Customer Package where you are sent fresh supplies each month. A small price reduction makes the monthly supply of 60 capsules $29.95.
You can also buy Plexus Accelerator Plus in combination with Plexus Slim for $114.95 (or $99.85 for Autoship customers) via the Plexus website.
The Plexus Slim / Plexus Accelerator Plus combination is on sale via Amazon for around $105.
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