You’ll find many reviews out there that are all about exaggerating how good the Purefit Keto is. How many benefits it has and how positive it will be on your health. They’re essentially doing all possible in luring people into buy that stuff.

However, in this particular Purefit Keto review you will have none of that. I promise.

Instead, we’ll not take any claims for granted. We’ll rather challenge them. And thus, we will have a solid look on all of its ingredients, benefits, as well as the additives and their potential harms. Furthermore, we’ll also look at the most up-to-date success rates to assess if people do at all find value in it.

Essentially, all of this to make as accurate of an assessment about the Purefit Keto supplement as humanly possible.

Meaning, my goal here is to create a review like no other – one that you can get all possible insights from. One, after which you don’t have to go on to other reviews and explore more. Therefore, if by any chance there is a section or aspect I haven’t covered but you’re interested in, let me know. And I’ll add that to the review.

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5 Comments

  • Carmen

    June 14, 2019 - 14:53

    Hello Matiss. Thanks for posting. It looks like Purefit Keto is actually a scam. At least that’s my conclusion after reading the pros and cons. Probably some are trying to use it, but I doubt they will have the expected result. To lose weight, you need a lot of will, a proper diet and … patience. You can not lose weight tomorrow. Moreover, the body needs adaptation to the new diet.

    Carmen

  • Todd Matthews

    June 2, 2019 - 19:11

    This is a definite scam. The first sign for me that really jumped out is the Facebook feed. I mean, without profile pictures, that should really raise some eyebrows. But a nonexistent manufacturer to me is the absolute number one red flag, telling me to turn and run if I were looking for a product similar to this. I always advise people to research any company before purchasing, especially if they have catchy sales tactics. If you can’t find the manufacturer, do not purchase, it’s a definite scam. 

    • @MatissDzelve

      June 3, 2019 - 11:09

      Hey, Todd!

      I couldn’t agree with you more. Especially, on that running part.
      In that regard, I feel supplements that are made by some random entities you exactly can’t pinpoint is probably one of the worst decisions you can ever make for your health. Period.

      So, don’t do it!!!

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

  • Matt's Mom

    June 2, 2019 - 18:57

    I recently started the Keto diet and I don’t know what the hype is about keto supplements.  My only thought is, that at the end of the day I am always short on fat.  I can’t seem to get the percentage up on the fat as hard as I try.  Now if they made a Keto “fat pill” to help with that, I would be all for it LOL.  Is there any thing you can suggest to help get the percentages right on the keto diet?

    • @MatissDzelve

      June 3, 2019 - 11:00

      Hey, Matt’s Mom!

      I feel you. The matter of fact, yes there is.
      MCT Oil supplements. You can get them also as a “fat pill” but I would suggest going with the liquid versions every time.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

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