In this particular Purefit Keto review, we will have none of what we find among most other reviews online. I mean, you’ll find many articles 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 to lure people into buying that stuff. But this will be a completely different kind of article.
To that end, 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 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.
The Amazing Claims & Initial Thoughts Of The Keto Supplement Of Purefit
First things first. I had legitimate problems identifying the actual homepage of the supplement.
There are so incredibly many people trying to sell this stuff to anyone who’s willing to listen that it’s amazingly difficult to find the real homepage.
That must tell something about it, right?
Ultimately, as far as I can tell, here’s the official sales page for the Purefit Keto supplement. I believe this should be the one because it contains the actual form for ordering the supplement. Others contain only screenshots or links.
What you will find is that it’s not a legitimate brand. Meaning, it resolves itself around only one supplement. There’s nothing more to it. All they market, is just one supplement.
Thus, they’re not really a supplement manufacturer. Which means that they probably don’t have sophisticated manufacturing practices in place, as well as it rains a bunch of other potential concerns.
Either way, according to the manufacturer, Purefit Keto is a supplement that helps you lose weight easily and essentially without or with very little effort. It’s supposedly done by the supplement having the ingredients to activate ketosis, which at its core ensures that the body uses your fat for fuel instead of carbohydrates.
Thus, according to them the Purefit Keto will enable you to burn fat faster than ever, burn fat for energy, and overall feel 225% more energy in your body.
On top of that, all throughout the page it is emphasized how hot the product right now is, that scientists, doctors, and celebrities are buzzing about it.
Furthermore, the supplement is claimed to provide people with insurmountable success saying that people are losing up to 1lb of fat per day!
Which is bonkers if you think about it and definitely is not good for your heart or your overall health. A more consistent and steady approach is the best bet if you don’t want to deal with other health issues afterward.
The page also offers insights into how ketosis works and why is it your ultimate solution for weight loss.
All this while also claiming that it will not only be good for loosing weight but it will also support better digestion and sleep, promote better brain health, faster recovery from exercise, and help maintain lean muscle.
They use phrases like get slim, healthy and confident again, which I imagine work well on people. Furthermore, you have a bunch of before/after photos, as well as some Facebook comments regarding the product.
Overall, all the claims really are a lot. Frankly, they sound too good to be true. Which reminds me of the saying: “If it sounds to be too good to be true then it probably is.”
But let’s get right into things here and get to the bottom of this.
Actual Ingredients Are Very Hard To Come By Which Is Very Odd
Whenever you encounter a supplement, you typically among other things get introduced to the ingredients.
This, however, is not the story of Purefit Keto at all.
In fact, while it does offer some incidental and implied information on what the actual ingredients might be throughout the sale’s page, it does not clearly indicate the actual ingredients.
There is no screenshot or a picture of supplement facts or anything of a similar kind. Which is remarkably odd.
Thus, there was no way around it other than to seek other sources that might provide the necessary insights. And I did found what I was looking for after some few hour research.
So, it turns out Purefit Keto supplement is an 800 milligram mix of a Proprietary Blend consisting of Magnesium Beta Hydroxybutyrate, Calcium Beta Hydroxybutyrate, and Sodium Beta Hydroxybutyrate.
Then there’s also 4 different additives added to the supplement. But those we’ll get into later.
For now, let’s look at the 3 active ingredients and whether or not they can help you achieve something at least remotely connected with the promised benefits.
So, What’s The Deal With Beta Hydroxybutyrate? Is It Actually Helpful?
Regardless of the fact that there are supposedly 3 different ingredients when it comes to the Purefit Keto supplement, these are in essence only different forms of the same stuff.
It’s all about the Beta Hydroxybutyrate and its potential benefits at the end of the day.
The somewhat surprising thing is that it really is what the sale’s page paints it to be (I’ll get into later why I find it surprising). It helps you to an extent get into ketosis and thus, get that weight loss going [R, R, R, R, R, R].
It is one of the 3 things that our body naturally produces when it produces ketones from fatty acids. They are also referred to as the Exogenous ketones or ketones that come from outside the body. And they are effective and can produce a benefit [R, R, R, R].
In that regard, weight loss is not the only thing that we are looking at.
It’s also great for stuff like fighting cancer, protecting the brain, treating insulin resistance, combating and preventing diabetes, increasing life span, providing energy both for the body and the brain, decreasing appetite, as well as there are some other potential benefits [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
Ultimately though, it has to be said that while the Purefit Keto can be of help what regards maintaining ketosis even after a meal, it’s nowhere near as efficient as a proper fast would be in terms of the blood ketones [R, R, R, R, R].
Which essentially means that you can’t really supplement your way out of fasting.
Side Effects Are Not Due To Inactive Ingredients Like Its In The Case For Most Supplements
Most side-effects you’ll ever encounter are the direct cause of specific additives within any particular supplement.
However, not all additives are bad as many will try to convince. The matter of the fact is that some are and some aren’t.
In that regard, you should always check what kind of additives a supplement contains and do a little research on whether or not they are potentially hazardous. Or we can do it for you (no costs, or anything alike involved).
When it comes to the Purefit Keto and its additives, it’s good news.
There are 4 different additives in the supplement – Magnesium Stearate, Rice Flour, Silicon Dioxide, and Gelatin – and all of them are absolutely harmless and won’t be a detriment to your health in any way.
In that regard, I must, however, warn you that Magnesium Stearate is a very misunderstood additive as many people online (including a few doctors) do deem it harmful. That said, solid research on all the ins and outs of this do, in fact, reveal quite the opposite. In truth, all the concerns thrown at the additive are easily rebuttable [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
And at the end of the day, it can be even regarded as ill-founded. On which many high profile doctors and scientists do completely agree on.
At the end of the day, while it all seems harmless when it comes to the additives, there are actually certain negative effects that can take place purely due to the active ingredients of Beta Hydroxybutyrate.
At times also Gelatin can be a culprit through some bloating, belching and unpleasant taste in the mouth [R].
So, just be aware of that.
Global Success Rate Is A Mission Impossible Scenario
Given all the positive reviews that are out there, it truly seems that the Purefit Keto is a supplement that is very well-received.
However, most of those reviews are reviews by influencers and bloggers who also promote the product. Thus, they potentially may be biased as any sale provides them a cut of the revenue.
Then there are the testimonials and various statements on the Purefit Keto sale’s page, like “Why does it have Scientists, Doctors and Celebrities Buzzing? The most talked about weight loss product is finally here”. Both imply that the supplement is incredibly beneficial and many people are losing weight with it and if you’re not – you’re essentially losing out.
However, I feel none of these really give an honest insight into whether or not the product actually works.
Thus, we do need reviews that are made by people that have used the product and give their honest opinion about it. Furthermore, they have to feel genuine and preferably they must not be in any way incentivized to help sell the Purefit Keto.
The biggest problem with this is that the original website provides no means of leaving a review. Moreover, it’s essentially exclusively sold only there (apparently it’s Purefit Keto’s marketing strategy).
However, it seems that this paradigm has recently shifted at least to an extent as it’s also been available on Amazon.
At the time of this write-up, there are not a lot of reviews there. However, the overall trend does seem to be absolutely clear.
I think it would be more than fair to say that people are not exactly excited about the supplement. In fact, it seems that only about 35% of all the people who purchased the Purefit Keto were happy with it.
Needless to say, this is a ridiculously low success rate.
Sure, it may be slightly higher than that given that people are more eager to report negative outcomes way more often than positive ones. However, it’s still very bad.
That said, I have a couple of reasons why I believe the Purefit Keto is actually somewhat of a scam.
6 Reasons Purefit Keto Is Probably A Scam
Reason #1 – Facebook Feed Without Faces Or Surnames
So, let us invert. Let’s suppose that this Purefit Keto supplement is not a scam.
Why the faceless Facebook profiles then on their sales page?
I mean really, how often do you see legitimate people that use any social media platform without a proper image?
It’s very rare. And then what are the odds that 8 such people comment on such a product post?
Very slim. Frankly, it would be pretty improbable.
Furthermore, if it’s really true that so many scientists, doctors, and celebrities are buzzing about the Purefit Keto, why not include their testimonials in the contents of the sale’s page?
Wouldn’t those be more convincing? Wouldn’t that be in the best interest of the Purefit Keto manufacturer as that would give more credibility to the supplement and help them make more sales?
To me, the way they have included that Facebook feed in the sale’s page, only makes sense if Purefit Keto is trying to hide something. It only makes sense if their not 100% honest, and truthful in their claims.
But okay, so let’s assume they wanted to respect the privacy of those individuals, so they hid the surnames and pictures.
Why did they do that? To not embarrass people? Why those people should be embarrassed? The supplements not working? They’re too fat? Or what is it?
Wouldn’t they really be able to find very grateful people who would love to share their honest testimonials because the supplement has helped them so much? Because the supplement has changed their lives?
If that truly had been the case, I firmly believe it would not be an issue at all.
Want one more red flag?
There’s not a single mention of Purefit Keto supplement within that screenshot of Facebook comments. What are the odds?
The comments only talk about how keto has changed their lives but there’s not one mention that Purefit Keto supplement was a part of it.
If the supplement truly is creating such a big buzz that everyone is talking about it, why weren’t they able to find proper testimonials that are directly attributed to the supplement and mentions its name?
Why do you think that might be?
Reason #2 – Before/After Pictures Likely Not Relevant
So, let us take a look at the before/after pictures.
If the Purefit Keto supplement is not a scam why does no one person attribute their weight loss success to Purefit Keto? Why there’s no such picture that has the supplement featured in it?
For all I care this could be a compilation of before/after pictures of any random people on the internet that have successfully lost weight and that has nothing to do with Purefit Keto.
Overall, the pictures seem legit and not to have been hampered with photoshop or other similar software. However, I might be wrong.
The second before/after picture on the second row in particular raises some question marks for me.
What’s up with those breasts? I mean, does Purefit Keto while also losing weight, helps to increase breast size? What up with that?
Reason #3 – Manufacturer We Know Nothing About
So, who manufactures Purefit Keto exactly? What manufacturing practices they employ? Do they care about their ingredient purity and potency?
Well, we know nothing about this.
There’s no info what regards to this whatsoever. They just don’t offer those kinds insights.
Thus, one that is not too familiar with this may assume it’s not that important. But, in truth, it’s one of the most important aspects of any supplement and any brand in general.
So, not providing such insights makes one assume that there is no care gone into it.
And do you really want a supplement that is manufactured such way?
In this regard, it doesn’t matter what the ingredients are, if the manufacturing practices are sh*t, the supplement will be too.
In that sense, random statements at the bottom of the page like “Purefit KETO is committed to maintaining the highest quality products and the utmost integrity in business practices; All products sold on this website are certified by Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), which is the highest standard of testing in the supplement industry” also doesn’t guarantee anything.
By the way that is not the highest standard of testing in any way. This is pretty common and basic stuff. The highest standard of testing is third party testing. NSF certified, USP certified, IFOS certified, etc.
Just adhering to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) does not guarantee supplement’s purity (that all ingredients are safe and there are no harmful impurities or admixtures) or potency (that it actually contains what it’s claimed to) in any way.
Reason #4 – Purefit Keto Is Sold At Times Without Labels
A few people have reported that when they received the supplement, it was without labeling.
Which makes you think how can that happen?
Would it ever happen with a high-quality well-established brand?
Something, like Onnit, Now Foods, or Thorne Research?
I seriously doubt that.
Could it ever happen with a low-quality, low-credibility, second-hand brand? Likely.
Reason #5 – Why Sold Only In One Place?
Given how supposedly hot the Purefit Keto at the moment is, one can’t help but to wonder – why is it sold only in one place? (Recently also expanded to Amazon.)
Wouldn’t the manufacturer benefit from selling it way more if it would be accessibly everywhere?
If it truly were so incredibly revolutionary and good for your health, why that wouldn’t be the case?
Because they are trying to maintain its exclusiveness? It doesn’t make any sense.
It makes sense only if Purefit Keto supplement is a scam. Because limiting the places where you can get it from effectively limits also the consumer feedback that will be available to the future prospects (customers) as the website of the sale’s page has no means of leaving feedback about the product.
Which in the case of it not really being a solid one, makes perfect sense. Why would they risk it? They don’t have to.
And this is also what we effectively see on Amazon. People can leave honest reviews there.
How’s that 35% success rate to your liking?
Reason #6 – They’re Collecting Unnecessary Data
So, let’s assume you’re loving the product and everything. Next step…
As it can only be purchased online, you have to complete their subscription form to order.
You typically get asked for name, surname, address, e-mail, and telephone. And you can’t advance to the next step until you’ve inserted all your information.
Name, surname, address, and e-mail I do get why you should share. As for the phone number, there’s no need whatsoever.
That is only if they’re not about to use it for their own marketing campaigns or sell that information to other companies for extra profit.
In Europe, we call this excessive data processing and such behavior is banned. And you can get fined pretty heavily for this.
In USA there’s no such thing. Thus, the likelihood of you being spammed with all kinds of ads and promotions is quite likely.
7th Reason – What They Are Not Telling You?
As indicated on the sale’s page, the best results you will be able to acquire if you yourself also adopt ketogenic diet.
What they do not tell you, however, is that you don’t need the supplement to lose weight if you adopt that keto diet.
You just don’t need it.
In fact, some speculate that such supplements can actually inhibit your ability to effectively lose weight with ketosis (meaning you’d lose less). And there are studies on this as well [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
Furthermore, the fact that you don’t need a Beta Hydroxybutyrate supplement (one like Purefit Keto) has been proven many times by many people.
Moreover, if you’re not into the keto diet, I have a close friend who did lose incredible amount of weight only with fasting, not really even implementing keto.
So, you don’t have to opt for any of that, especially if it doesn’t feel appropriate for you.
Sure, you can add something like an MCT Oil supplement than can help you with the results you’re getting in terms of weight loss (fasting), as well as provide a number of other benefits. Furthermore, if you are truly looking for some assistance, I believe MCT Oils are the best way to go.
But be that as it may, you don’t need that Purefit Keto thing.
Superficially Was Great; Sadly, Not The Case At All If You Take The Time To Research In-Depth
So, to sum it all up, in theory, the Purefit Keto supplement could be a solid one.
The core ingredients of Beta Hydroxybutyrate are known to be capable of providing benefits. The additives are not harmful in any way. Thus, supposedly, you could go for it.
However, all the marketing materials, potential risks of it being a scam, as well as the miserable success rates of the supplement do indicate that something is just not right about it.
Ultimately, there’s just too much suspicious information around it. All that can’t help but to make one conclude that it would not be in your best interest to purchase the Purefit Keto supplement.
Above all, I hope this Purefit Keto review helped you find the information you were looking for. But if not, I’ll be happy to hear any advice in the comments on how I could further improve it.
Other than that, if you get a chance, even one line in the comments helps a ton and will be highly and sincerely appreciated.
See you in another article!
Cheers, Stay Healthy & Have a Great One!