This guest post was submitted by a Kelly, a reader on my blog. I helped her with formatting & approved her testimonial after a quick Zoom chat, but the story is her own. Enjoy!

My Experience With Resurge

Thanks Kim! Before I start delving into my experience with Resurge, I want to make sure people know where I was coming from when i tried out this program:

Quarantine had JUST started (this was in early March) and I was facing major job uncertainty. Not only that, but I also had a newly sedentary lifestyle due to now working from home, which left me with a ton of time to do nothing but sit around and watch TV, or stress over my income, and how my job was handling everything that was going on.

In short, I fell into a rapid weight gain cycle. Stress made me want to eat, eating made me feel lazier, and I wasn’t able to go anywhere besides grocery stores for the necessities.

I was losing control of my health, and FAST. I started doing my research into ways to get a handle on my weight from the comfort of my home, which is how I found this blog and Kim’s story.

And later, it’s how I found out about Resurge. Now, I’m not going to say Resurge was the sole reason for my weight loss. But I will say it ended up playing a SHOCKINGLY strong part. And not just with my physical health, but with my mental health as well.

It might sound farfetched if you haven’t heard of it before, but once you understand what Resurge really is, you’ll see how and why it accomplishes everything it promises, without making any outrageous claims like other supplements might.

What is the Resurge Supplement?

Resurge is a supplement aimed for middle-aged and older consumers (think 30s and up) whose lives have been consumed with work and family, while their metabolisms continue to slow and they find it harder to make time for the gym. Having recently welcomed my second kid, I found that I was in the perfect position to check out whether or not Resurge would work for me.

The core concept of the supplement deep sleep.

And it’s actually a stroke of genius.

Rather than promising a pill that will – I don’t know – inject your body with “magical vitamins” that will work out for you, lose weight for you, cook and clean for you and pick up the kids from school, Resurge is all about promoting the very natural processes that your body performs when you’re sleeping.

Some of you might think they’re getting deep enough sleep as is. But do you wake feeling tired at all? Do you find yourself taking – or resisting – naps throughout the day? Do you need Coffee to wake up in the morning?

And more importantly, do you remember what it really used to be like to get quality sleep, back when you were young?

Then you know that quality sleep has gotten more elusive as you age. Which means that you’re missing out on:

  • – Naturally facilitated weight loss
  • – Improved production of the hormone HGH
  • – Regulation of your cortisol levels
  • – Tissue repair, including in the brain

All of these being things that Resurge aims to remedy by improving your sleep.

How Does Resurge Work?

That said, even if Resurge does have a genius approach to truly natural weight loss, it doesn’t amount to much unless the science behind the pill is legitimate. John Barbaran clearly aimed to create a pill that was comprised of only natural ingredients. That means it’s fairly easy to research into them and see if they would either 1. promote better sleep or 2. improve your metabolism, which would achieve the goals that the pill sets out to.

Let’s have a deeper look…

Resurge’s Natural Ingredients

Melatonin is the first and primary ingredient in Resurge. I’ve actually taken it before, so I’m well aware of it’s sleep promoting benefits, but I know not everyone has had a chance to use it.

Melatonin is a hormone produced naturally that doesn’t exactly put you to sleep, but rather the levels of it in your body rise so that you’re in a state of mind that makes you more receptive to sleep. That said, if you take it, you become more receptive, which effectively translates to sleeping easier and better.

That’s one point for Resurge actually promoting better sleep quality.

The next ingredient in Resurge is Ashwagandha. Can’t say I’ve had any experience with it, but Healthline seems to speak highly of it, citing it as having a myriad of benefits including:

– Lower blood sugar levels,
– Lower cortisol levels (That’s another point for Resurge – lower cortisol is linked with less sleep disturbances in addition to being better for you overall –
– Reduced stress, anxiety, and symptoms of depression
– Boosted testosterone

Ashwagandha definitely contributes to better sleep – and perhaps a better life overall – though it seems to be a more indirect impact as opposed to Melatonin.


Not too much to say about this one, except that it’s an amino acid that’s used to produced serotonin. Low levels of serotonin are linked to sleep disorders (as well as weight gain and anxiety).

Magnesium and Zinc

Two more supplements I can personally vouch for, though the science backs them up more than my anecdotes ever could. Via WebMD – “Magnesium plays a role in metabolism and muscle health and helps manage sleep”. Whereas Zinc was covered in PsychologyToday where they drew the following conclusion.

“Zinc doesn’t seem to trigger sleep, but adequate levels of zinc in the blood shorten the time it takes to fall asleep (sleep latency), increase the overall amount of sleep, and assure sleep quality and efficiency (time spent asleep when in bed).”

There are three more natural ingredients in Resurge – L-Theanine, L-Arginine, and L-Lysine. While their names may look a little strange, they aer apart of your body’s natural amino acids, and are important for mental focus and agility, blood sugar regulation, and lowering stress levels (respectively).

Looks like Resurge’s ingredients check out, and are proven to achieve the results promised by the supplement as far as promoting better sleep goes.

P.S. It might be tempting to go out and buy a combination of the natural ingredients in Resurge at this point, but that would involve taking nearly 10 different pills a day, while also making sure you were taking the appropriate amounts of each. Highly inadvisable, and much easier to let Resurge do the work for you… IF it works.

Which brings us to the natural question.

DO The Resurge Pills Work?

And my answer, after doing my research, checking out a couple of other reviews (that were CLEARLY written to sell a product, by the way), and buying it for myself is…


Let me explain: By the time I had finished my research and was willing to invest in Resurge, I noticed I was suffering from a poor quality of sleep on most nights anyway. I was doing research into an expensive new mattress, or maybe starting Yoga, but looking into this was so coincidentally perfect that I decided the quickest and easiest litmus test I could do would be to order the pills.

There were two claims to test (beyond just researching into whether or not they were plausible):

  1. Would Resurge improve my sleep?
  2. Would Resurge promote weight loss overnight?

I ordered the pills overnight, they came a day late (can’t blame them considering the current craziness around the world), and I popped them that evening.

And I slept like a STONE that night.

To be fair, I wasn’t too surprised – considering my past experience with Melatonin I didn’t have any doubts that I might sleep better, but it still felt far more potent and high quality of sleep than Melatonin alone had gotten me in the past.

So the better quality sleep had been achieved… but what about the weight loss? What kind of results might 2 months of the supplement  get me?


I can’t attribute this ALL to Resurge, I later added on a small workout that I was able to do at home. But Resurge carried me a long way in just a few months.


Resurge is the real deal, because it doesn’t make any phony (impossible) claims – it uses your own body’s most IMPORTANT process, SLEEP, to facilitate weight loss (as well as mental health and an improved lifestyle overall). And the best part is that it’s so quick and easy to see if it’s working. You’ll know immediately whether or not your sleep quality has improved.

This is a big thumbs up from me, and an immediate recommend. If you’re interested, head over to the website and watch the educational video.

EDIT: There seems to be a GIGANTIC sale going on for the pills, maybe due to quarantine! I would stock up on bottles before it expires!