Purefit KETO is advertised as a weight loss supplement that will help the consumer to get into a state of ketosis. How it does this is a mystery, since the ingredients used are unknown – the company uses a ‘proprietary blend’, meaning you’re not allowed to know what’s in it. Worried? Nevermind that. Buy this and see what they do to your bank balance – you’ll be furious.
We cannot state this any clearer: DO NOT get involved with this product or the company selling it.
The body enters this state when it has run out of glucose to burn for energy and fuels the body via the burning of fat instead. This makes achieving ketosis highly desired by dieters for its ability to fast-track weight loss.
This metabolic process is normally achieved through restrictive eating habits that typically focus on a low-carb, high-fat diet. Some health companies and diet specialists now claim to be able to induce ketosis through supplements. But, are these claims really believable?
Below we take an in-depth look at Purefit KETO, to see what benefits it offers consumers.
Purefit KETO is advertised as a weight loss supplement that will help the consumer get into a state of ketosis.
The official website makes a lot of claims about the supplement, including that it targets fat in trouble areas, offers better brain health, faster recovery from exercise, and that it helps to maintain lean muscle mass.
What Purefit KETO actually contains in a mystery; the ingredients and quantities used are not disclosed. This product uses a proprietary blend, the details of which you’re not allowed to know. This is bit like the secret recipe for Coca Cola or KFC chicken, except those two brands have been tasted, tested, and widely approved for generations.
Purefit KETO does not fall this consumer-approved category. This is a major concern. What are they trying to hide? Could it be that the product contains nothing worthwhile. Is it just cornstarch and salt?
Or is the opposite true? Does the product contains something sinister? As it stands, we just don’t know.
There are several third-party websites promoting this supplement. They tend to be poorly written, make little sense, yet are still able to persuade people into placing an order.
The official website itself is inaccurate and careless with the information it provides; at one point it describes the active ingredients of a product used to remedy skin blemishes:
This special serum is made from 2 key ingredients: Sanguinaria Canadensis and Zincum Muriaticum. Combined, they are proven to safely correct moles and skin tags as well as other skin blemishes of all types.
It all doesn’t feel like the work of a professional company. The whole operation feels thrown together with care or attention, just to make a bit of cash.
Directions for use are as follows:
The manufacturers of this supplement can be contacted via the official website, www.naturalpureketo.com. You can navigate to this by scrolling to the bottom of the website and clicking “contact us”, which will then load up a pop-up contact form.
The manufacturers provide the following description of the product’s benefits:
Purefit KETO contains Beta-hydroxybutyrate. BHB is the first substrate that kicks the metabolic state of ketosis into action. Revisiting the scenario from before, if you either take supplemental forms or if your body is making beta-hydroxybutyrate, it is able to start processing in your body resulting in energy.
Beta-hydroxybutyrate floats around in your blood, and importantly, can cross different important barriers to be able to be turned into energy at all times. One of the most important areas where this happens is in the brain. The blood-brain barrier (BBB) is usually a very tightly regulated interface, but since BHB is such a rock star and so hydrophilic, your brain knows to let it in so it can bring energy to the party at any time. This is one of the main reasons why increased BHB levels lead to heightened mental acuity.*
Get slim, healthy, and confident again with our unique Purefit KETO supplement. Ideal for both men and women, Purefit KETO is a dynamic and powerful ketosis dietary supplement that will assist weight loss, promote abdominal fat burn, and support better digestion and sleep.
- Lose Weight
- Burn Fat in Trouble Areas
- Get into Ketosis Fast!
- Burn Fat for Energy (without the jitters)!
- Better Brain Health!
- Faster Recovery from Exercise!
- Maintain Lean Muscle!
It’s difficult to say. With no ingredient information available, it’s almost impossible to know whether this supplement will work as claimed. The only confirmed ingredient found in Purefit KETO is Beta-Hydroxybutyrate, but in what amount is, again, unknown. It’s not possible to say this product contains enough to be effective.
Beta-Hydroxybutyrate may offer some benefits and effectively induce ketosis, and an observant follower of the keto diet could use a product like this to push them over the edge and into ketosis, to enjoy the various benefits such as increased rate of lipolysis, improved athletic performance, and reduced insulin resistance.
It’s important to note that this product is only of limited effectiveness outside of this situation. Supplementing exogenous ketone salt will not have any effect on weight loss by itself, and using supplements cannot be used as a substitute for the keto diet.
Ultimately, the fasting and low-carb intake of the keto diet is what causes weight loss; products like this can only really be used as a little leg-up, at best.
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As we’ve already mentioned, the ingredient profile or Purefit KETO is pretty much a mystery. This supplement is described as containing a 1000mg proprietary blend. What is made public is the inclusion of Beta-Hydroxybutyrate, aka BHB, which, to be fair, is a key ingredient for achieving ketosis. But know this: once your body reaches ketosis, your liver produces BHB naturally, there’s no need to supplement it.
Purefit KETO Proprietary Blend: Standardized 80% Purefit KETO 1000mg
Other than that, the supplement contains rice flour. Presumably to bulk out the capsules, which are unspecified gelatin – animal or vegetarian, you tell us, we don’t know.
An affiliate website promoting the product says that Garcinia Cambogia is another active ingredient used in Purefit KETO. Ingredient quantities are not provided, and it is unclear whether or not there are any other active ingredients in this supplement.
Without a complete ingredient list for Purefit KETO, the potential side effects caused by this supplement are unknown.
Of what is known about the ingredients, Beta-hydroxybutyrate does not appear to cause any side effects itself. But it needs to be supplemented alongside positively-charged minerals in order to remain stable. Depending upon the amounts of minerals found per serving, these could potentially cause side effects.
Garcinia Cambogia might be one of the ingredients in this supplement. Garcinia Cambogia can cause some side effects including nausea, digestive tract discomfort, and headache. Its long-term safety is unknown, as clinical studies typically focus on the short-term use of up to 12 weeks.
Even without this supplement, achieving ketosis requires making changes to which your body will respond. People often report feeling unwell at the early stage of the diet. This is the so-called ‘keto-flu’. This has been reported as:
It’s worth noting that these side-effects may clear after a few days or within a week. Some people will quit the diet because of this ‘flu’, others will stick it out. What you do is entirely your decision.
The Purefit KETO website lists some Facebook feedback, all of which are just mentioning the keto diet as a whole. None of them are for this product.
There is generally poor feedback on other review websites, including Amazon.
But read the user comments on this page. You’ll see many people are misled into thinking they’ve ordered one bottle, but then discover substantial sums taken from their bank accounts. Other customers have received emails pretending to be from a relative, recommending they buy the product. On one occasion, the relative supposedly sending the email was deceased.
Once hooked in, customers are finding it very difficult to cancel their orders. Others are surprised when, weeks later, they get charged a second time, and more product arrives in the mail. This is when they discover the company has put them on a subscription they either didn’t know about or just didn’t want.
The manufacturers of Purefit KETO advertise a 30 day, 100% money-back guarantee on their website. But not if you’ve tried the product. Your return must be unused and unopened, and they’ll deduct a restocking fee for each bottle from any refund you may get.
In order to obtain your full refund, contact customer service by phone and obtain an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number to place on your package. Write this number on the outside of the shipping package, and send the product back to our warehouse at the address provided to you, and within thirty (30) days of the date, you originally ordered the product. In order for your full refund to be processed the product must arrive at our fulfilment facility within thirty (30) days of the original purchase date and NOT be opened or used. You pay for return shipping. There is a $5.00 restocking fee per unit you are returning. This fee will be taken out of the refund issued. Once our warehouse has received the returned package, you will be issued a refund. Your refund will be credited back to the same credit card used to make the purchase. Refunds are issues within 48 hours and may take up to 3-5 business days to show on your statement, depending on the speed of the processing bank.
You may request a refund by calling +44-808-189-6334
Monday to Friday 9 AM to 9 PM PST
Saturday 9 AM – 6 PM.
Returns must be sent with your RMA number written on the packaging to:
The Refund will show on your Credit Card statement as KETO, and you will receive a confirmation email from our warehouse at the time when your refund has been issued.
According to the BBB (Better Business Bureau), the company that sells Purefit KETO also run a website called platinum-support.com where the following contact details are posted,
For 24/7 Support, please email us at [email protected]
Call us toll free: 1-888-422-9040
In the FAQ section, it also states,
Your satisfaction is important to us, and is guaranteed by our 60-Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason, simply contact us for instructions on how to return your order for a full refund.
Purefit KETO is advertised on lots of different affiliate websites, but they all lead back to the same sales page. Once here, you can “claim a free bottle”. It’s free, so you’re going to press the big button and do just that.
It’s all smoke and mirrors – don’t get caught out.
After filling in your address details to claim your ‘free’ bottle, you’ll be taken to another page asking for your payment details. This is your first red flag – what do they want payment details for? Is there a shipping charge for the free bottle? There’s no mention of this. Whilst filling in your payment details, you might not notice a pre-checked box on the same page, meaning you’re now agreeing to buy FIVE bottles, at cost.
What about that free bottle? Simple. It does not, and never did, exist.
We cannot state this any clearer: DO NOT just hand over your bank card details without thinking. Pay attention.
If you’re choosing to purchase this supplement, the pricing is unclear. What is clear is that this is a ‘fiddling with the numbers’ game, to make the pricing look attractive. In reality, it’s deception.
A single bottle of Purefit KETO costs $49.99 plus delivery charges.
Three bottles, advertised as a buy two get one free offer, are available at “$33.33 each”, plus free shipping. This could be interpreted as a total of $66.66 or as $99.99; we suspect that it is the higher charge.
Five bottles, advertised as a “buy three bottles, get two free” offer, are available at “$29.99 each”; which could be interpreted as either $89.97 or $149.95. Again, we suspect the higher charge, but it is not ever made clear on the website.
The manufacturers of Purefit KETO make a lot of claims about the many supposed benefits of their supplement, but there is no real evidence to support any of them. The manufacturers do not even release the full ingredients list or any ingredient quantities; seeing as the active ingredients are the main selling point of a supplement, this is incredibly suspicious. The manufacturers of Purefit KETO also sell a product under the name FitClub Keto Platinum, which is sold using the same sales techniques.
Purefit KETO is very expensive and the pricing on the website is displayed in a very unclear way. The price of an individual bottle is described, but customers are not shown the total cost of their order until after they have paid. The official website for Purefit KETO also offers customers a “free bottle”, but this a is carrot-and-stick con – whilst you’re providing payment details for your free bottle, you might not notice the pre-selected checkbox meaning you’re actually buying five bottles.
If taken as directed, a single bottle will only last for 15 days of use. The product has a questionable money-back guarantee, and customers who do eventually get refunds will have $5.00 deducted for each bottle sent back.
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