Exante Diet Analyzed

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Exante is a weight management program that offers customers an easy and effective way of losing weight with their range of low-calorie foods and meal plans. Users will stick to one of the five proposed Exante diet plans while using the Exante products as the meals. Currently Exante boast a wide range of meal replacement foods such as shakes, bars, soups, desserts, cookies, ‘mocktails’ and low-sugar smoothies.

While our team were analysing the product formulas for this Exante review, we found that the meal replacements aren’t exactly “high-tech” weight loss products; They are more so just convenient low-calorie foods that take little to no preparation, making your VLCD easy to stick to.

While you’re doing Exante you’ll only be consuming approximately 600 to 1200 calories per day depending on the diet you pick (find the list of diets here), which will more than likely leaving you feeling hungry and very low in energy, at least until your body adjusts. Unfortunately no Exante product contains enough whey protein per serving for it to be granted the appetite suppressant health claim of “leaves you feeling fuller for longer, making it easier to control your appetite at the next meal”.

Sticking to the available Exante diet plans will no-doubt require will power and determination for them to be a success, something which could be potentially be a difficult, but definitely rewarding task. As with all VLCD’s, there is the potential of re-gaining all the weight you lost once you return to a regular; This is something known as weight cycling. To ensure this doesn’t happen you’ll need to ensure you don’t go back to your old eating habits.

If done correctly, then yes these products could be an ideal way to shake that weight off. Our Exante review team have stated that VLCD’s are difficult to stick to due to the negative side-effects (constantly feeling hungry and low energy), if you feel like you can stick to the diet then you should see reasonably good weight loss results over a sustained period of time. After all, you’re on a significant caloric deficit.

On the flip side, the Exante diets may not be the best weight loss option for most casual users, due to the VLCD effects mentioned above.

What Are The Exante Side Effects?

The side effects to this product could potentially be:

  • Feeling cold
  • Bad breath and a strange taste in the mouth
  • Headaches
  • Thinning hair
  • Fatigue
  • Cramps
  • Insomnia [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be typical.

What does Exante claim to do?

We have found the following claims being made about the Exante Diet plan

  • Helps you lose weight
  • Program contains 100% RDA for vitamins and nutrients

We have verified all the above statements to be true. It’s refreshing to see the company not making false or misleading claims about their product range.

Getting 100% of your daily vitamins and nutrients is critical for general health and well-being, especially while on a VLCD; the nutritionists at Exante do a fantastic job of ensuring their product is ideal to cater to this requirement.

Are There Any Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Exante shakes review testimonials via Trustpilot:

I recently ordered my supply of bars which I love however the strawberry yoghurt ones are pretty hard and I’m a bit worried for my old teeth! I hadn’t noticed this with previous bars.
I love the taste of the chocolate caramel ,lemon and strawberry yoghurt ones .

Excellent company to deal with, great products

Shakes were not bad, but the bars just weren’t to my taste at all.

Where can I purchase Exante?

You can purchase the full Exante product range from exantediet.com. You can also purchase it from Amazon.


To conclude our Exante Diet review, we believe that the product will deliver decent weight loss results if you’re willing to stick to the diet, however be aware that VLCD’s have their downside. Exante present their customers with a quick and convenient way to put themselves on a range of low calorie diets. No messing around planning or prepping meals – you’ll be sticking to the easy-to-make shakes, soups, cookies and bars.

In our eyes, Exante is a no-brainer if you’re looking for a great VLCD program that isn’t going to break the bank. As we said earlier, these aren’t magical fat burning shakes (not that they claimed they were) – the shakes don’t contain any scientifically proven fat burning or appetite suppressing ingredients, so you should not expect crazy weight loss results over a short period of time.. but you already knew that!

Abbey Carlson, RD
Abbey Carlson, RD
Staff Writer & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Abbey is a registered dietitian who specializes in human nutrition and obesity prevention.

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