Plexus Boost

Plexus Boost is an appetite suppressant so should help you lose weight by removing cravings and hunger pangs. The advertising claims that it works best with Plexus Slim – the Pink Drink, which is the flagship Plexus product, but you can also use it as a standalone supplement.

We take a look at Plexus Boost to find out more.

Plexus Boost Pros

  • Contains Caralluma Fimbriata – although this ingredient is unproven, clinical research is promising

Plexus Boost Cons

  • Contains dangerously high levels of chromium
  • Not very popular with customers
  • Can cause side effects
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Plexus Boost

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What You Need To Know About Plexus Boost

Plexus Boost does not seem to be as popular as many of the other supplements and we are relieved about that, because it looks dangerous.

Taking high levels of chromium combined with untested stimulants is going to have unpredictable effects and although Caralluma Fimbriata looks reasonably safe as an appetite suppressant, the same cannot be said for this supplement.

For more information on Plexus and their other products take a look at our investigation into the company:

What Are The Side Effects Of Plexus Boost?

Potential side effects are possible with this supplement and could include jitteriness, anxiety, insomnia, increased heart rate, palpitations, rapid heart rate, increased risk of heart attack/stroke, elevated blood pressure, increased risk of liver/kidney damage, stomach upset, and gas.

How Much Does Plexus Boost Cost?

You can buy Plexus Boost from the Plexus website as a retail customer and 1 x bottle of 60 capsules (1 month’s supply) costs $39.95.

Our Verdict On Plexus Boost

Plexus Boost is available for a slightly cheaper price than the other products in the range but this is no reason to try it. This supplement is unlikely to make you lose weight and this combined with the risk of side effects leads us to reject it.

Plexus Boost Review

Plexus Boost is a weight loss supplement that may help you lose weight by suppressing your appetite and boosting the speed of your metabolism. It is advertised as an alternative to Plexus Accelerator Plus and many people take either one of these supplements in combination with Plexus Slim the Pink Drink.

Plexus Boost Facts

  • Chromium content is 1.5 mg per serving which is dangerously high – 200mcg is the usual serving size
  • Plexus Boost is advertised as an appetite suppressant
  • Each bottle contains 60 capsules or one month’s supply

Plexus Boost contains a blend of ingredients in unknown quantities so it is hard to gauge the strength but as one of these is cactus extract Caralluma Fimbriata, it seems like that it will have the advertised appetite suppressing effect.

How to Take Plexus Boost

Take one capsule in the morning with food. You can take another capsule with your midday meal if required.

Early research suggests Caralluma Fimbriata to be extremely promising for weight loss. Other ingredients include Yerba Mate, Higenamine and Green Tea extract, which may increase the speed of your metabolism because of their antioxidant and stimulant effect.

Plexus Boost Concerns:

  • We are very concerned about the high level of chromium contained in this supplement – side effects could be an issue
  • Customers are encouraged to sign up to auto ship and pay for fresh supplies each month
  • Why is this supplement so unpopular? Could it be that even the Plexus ambassadors don’t like it?

Plexus Worldwide is a Network Marketing (also called Multi Level Marketing) company, which means the company encourages people to join the network of sellers as Ambassadors.

According to the advertising and rewards structure, you can make money selling Plexus products but there are pitfalls to Network Marketing that you need to consider before you sign up.

Take a look at our short video about MLM and Pyramid schemes.

What Does Plexus Boost Claim To Do?

According to the advertising, Plexus Boost is mainly an appetite suppressant,

Plexus Boost works as a traditional hunger suppressant – with a proprietary blend of botanicals and super foods like Caralluma Fimbriata, an edible cactus traditionally used by tribal East Indians to help suppress hunger.

However, a stimulant effect is also mentioned in some Plexus advertising where this supplement is described as boosting energy levels and increasing body temperature (thermogenesis or fat burning).

Does Plexus Boost Work?

We don’t advise you to try it because in our opinion this supplement looks very likely to cause side effects. The high levels of chromium are worrying and the stimulant Higenamine has not undergone much human clinical testing. In addition, it is known to have an unpredictable effect upon the heart, which could be very dangerous for some people.

We like Caralluma Fimbriata but although this ingredient looks pretty safe and it is promising, there is very little real evidence to prove that it will work.

What Are The Ingredients of Plexus Boost?

Most of the ingredients in Plexus Boost are under a proprietary blend so we cannot judge the strength of the individual ingredients.

Serving size is equal to 2 capsules.

Proprietary Blend (608mg):

  • Higenamine (from tangerine peel/ lotus seed): Chemical compound present in many medicinal plants. A variety of effects has been observed in vitro studies and in animal models, but its effects on humans are unknown. Higenamine is a stimulant that will increase heart rate so can be dangerous.
  • Yerba Mate Extract: Caffeine rich South American plant often drunk as an alternative to coffee.
  • Caralluma Fimbriata: Fibre rich cactus that may be a safe and effective supplement ingredient for use in appetite control. It contains natural chemicals that may help reduce appetite but some research suggests it needs to be taken for a month before it works. It requires further clinical evidence.
  • Green Tea Extract: High in antioxidants, green tea has numerous health benefits and may help weight loss by its effects upon the metabolism. Contains caffeine so will also have a stimulant effect.

Plexus Boost also contains vitamins and minerals: These are in safe quantities apart from the chromium.

  • Calcium Glycinate (50mg)
  • Vitamin B6 (30mg)
  • Niacin (20mg)
  • Chromium Picolinate (1.5mg): This is a very high serving size of chromium because in general serving size is around 200mcg in supplements rather than 1500mcg as here. There is very little information about the safety of chromium and at this level; it is likely to cause side effects. There are concerns about chromium causing kidney and liver damage.
  • Vitamin B12 (500mcg)
  • Folic Acid (400mcg)

Does Plexus Boost Have Any Side Effects?

Potential side effects include

  • Jitteriness
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Increased heart rate
  • Palpitations
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Increased risk of heart attack/ stroke
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Increased risk of liver / kidney damage
  • Stomach upset
  • Gas

Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if pregnant or breast feeding. Consult with your doctor before taking especially if you suffer from a heart related medical condition or are taking prescription medication.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Plexus Boost?

Plexus Boost is not as popular as many of the other Plexus supplements and as it is often taken in combination with Plexus Slim, it tends to get overshadowed.

Some people have experienced side effects,

Still taking it, does cause shaky hands unless you eat something.

This customer did not go into details,

Felt terrible…do not recommend…

The only people who seem to be enthusiastic about Plexus Boost are the Ambassadors who are trying to sell it,

I take two boost every afternoon. The first day I took it, I had the energy and clarity of mind to take on the rest of my day. Plexus products have helped give me back in shape and have energy. I now save over 40% by buying online.

Does Plexus Boost Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

You are covered by a 60-day guarantee if you buy from the Plexus website or a Plexus 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).

Where Can I Buy Plexus Boost?

You can buy Plexus Boost from the Plexus website as a retail customer and 1 x bottle of 60 capsules (1 month’s supply) costs $39.95.

Alternatively sign up as a preferred customer (auto ship) and take the Monthly Evo Preferred Customer Package where you are sent fresh supplies of Plexus Boost each month. A small price reduction makes the monthly supply of 60 capsules $34.95.

Autoship can be hard to cancel so we advise you to avoid this option.
You can also buy Plexus Boost from one of the many Ambassadors selling this supplement.
Plexus Boost is available via Amazon USA where 1 x bottle of 60 capsules costs $19.99.

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Disclaimer: Our reviews and investigations are based on extensive research from the information publicly available to us and consumers at the time of first publishing the post. Information is based on our personal opinion and whilst we endeavour to ensure information is up-to-date, manufacturers do from time to time change their products and future research may disagree with our findings. If you feel any of the information is inaccurate, please contact us and we will review the information provided.

Have Your Say

11 comments on 'Plexus Boost'

  1. While it may work for other people, I found that I had serious side effect of tachycardia. I gave it two tries and each time, within an hour or so of taking the pills (2 The first time, and then only one the second time) my resting heart rate rocketed to 135+ And if I got up and walked around it hit over 160. It remained between 130 and 150 for nearly an hour despite my efforts to slow it by minimizing movement, sitting, or laying down. Secondary to the racing heart I had chest pain, headache and shaking hands. If you’re going to try it, try just one pill first (dosing is 2) and pay attention to your body. If this happens to you, discontinue use immediately!
    As a sidenote I use many other plexus products and love them!

  2. I like Boost. It gives me the energy I need to get a good workout. It doesn’t make my heart race but i also have an active lifestyle and fair health which i assume is what the pill is marketed for.

  3. I like Boost. It gives me the energy I need to get a workout. It doesn’t make my heart race but i also have an active lifestyle and fair health which i assume is what the pill is marketed for.

  4. My bottle on boost shows 150mcg of chromium, not the 1.5 mg that is mentioned. I think it may have been reviewed in error.

    1. I agree! I checked my bottle and I believe me infomation is wrong that you guys reviewed, you are adding an extra zero, my bottle only has 150mcg not 1500.

    2. I agree! I checked my bottle and I believe the infomation is wrong that you guys reviewed, you are adding an extra zero, my bottle only has 150mcg not 1500.

  5. Took Boost for the first time today and I will never take again. I only took one pill and my heart was pounding so hard, i was super shaky, and my head hurt. Hours later I just feel nauseous. I will be returning this product as soon as possible.I love the plexus slim though!

  6. This is the only “diet” thing that I have ever found to work. It does curb my appetite and I was almost bed ridden for 3 years, and now I have the freedom to go and do as I please. Down 40 lbs and feeling better than ever. Just because they come with new products doesn’t meant that the old ones don’t work, it just means that they have new products. One product may not help every person so they give options, unlike most “diet” plans. I love the Boost, my husband loves the Accelerator. People that have other health issues love the TriPlex (Slim, ProBio5, and BioCleanse). You have to see what works for you. The XFactor vitamin is the BEST. My son and myself stayed so sick, catching anything and everything that was going around. We have not been sick in 5 months thanks to this product.

    1. Nice shill for Plexus, there “Love Plexus”. Did you have anything to say that wasn’t spoon-fed to you at your last ambassadors meeting? Because everything you posted has been a talking point that has been spewed over and over. You may want to rethink ingesting all this garbage and do some research on the Higenamine and Yerba Mate in Boost. These are ingredients known to cause serious health issues, including cancer. Do your child a favor too, quit pumping this stuff into them. Help them with a healthy diet and exercise instead of giving them a pill from company that refuses to disclose where it is manufactured and won’t provide clinical studies/quality control results.

  7. I like the slim but the boost makes my heart race. I started with one then went to two. Twice my heart started racing and pounding. Pulse was 134. So I’m off the boost.

  8. Before “Boost”, there was “Accelerator Plus”. Before that, there was “Accelerator”. Before that, all you had to take was Plexus Slim. Every time this sham company rolls out a new product, the “ambassadors” are coached to push the product as an answer to why all the other stuff ain’t working. If the Plexus Slim shake isn’t giving you results, well you need the Boost, Bio-Cleanse, and Pro-Bio in order to get the full effect. Now they come out with a carb-blocker product called “Block”. That’s now billed as the latest and greatest. The only problem is that carb blockers do not work and further, are harmful to diabetics, which this company markets directly to. Make no mistake about it, this company is in the business of making money. They do not test their products, they do not disclose where their products are manufactured. Who knows what it truly is?

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