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BromaCleanse – At a Glance
Bromacleanse Pro-Biotic Colon Cleanse is one of many colon cleansing products on the market that promise to flush waste from the system and aid in weight loss.
The surge in this type of cleanser has been accelerated by the news that colon cancer and colon-related disease is among one of the leading causes of death in the U.S.A. and may be preventable by frequent cleansing. Because these reports have been featured on a number of news shows, colon cleansing websites often use their logos to give the impression that their particular product is being endorsed, which is likely not the case. In addition to featuring logos from WebMD, CNN and USA Today, BromaClense also features short ‘scare-mongering’ articles regarding the prevalence of parasites ands intestinal worms and the dangers associated with unhealthy ‘toxic’ intestines.
Unfortunately, there is not a lot of useful information on the BromaCleanse website apart from a brief explanation of the ingredients used in the formula. There is no FAQ section and only two very short customer testimonials. The website states that BromaCleanse has the ability to not only cleanse, but also boost energy, lift the mood and rid the body of parasites. However, no clinical trials are provided as proof that this is really the case.
BromaCleanse – Facts
BromaCleanse is a capsule that needs to be taken twice a day, although no guide is given as to the best time of day. It is not clear either how long the user must take the product for in order to thoroughly cleanse the system or whether it requires a maintenance program.
The full product label is provided for BromaCleanse which shows the ingredient list in full. The formula consists of a number of Vitamins, B1, B2, B3, B6 and B12, along with a proprietary blend that features the ‘healthy’ bacteria, Lactobacilus Acidophilus and Bifidobacterium. The blend also includes anti-oxidants such as Green Tea and Grape Seed extracts, the cleansing Papaya, digestive aids like Ginger root , Goji berry and Bromelain. The main ingredients are shown in more detail but, in order to keep the formula ‘secret’ the amounts are blacked out.
While the list does include some good anti-oxidants which help the immune system and, in the case of Green tea, can boost the metabolism leading to increased fat-burning, it does not contain any major fibers or laxatives, which are needed for effective cleansing.
BromaCleanse – Positive Features
- BromaCleanse lists the ingredients in full
- The key ingredients are detailed
- The product has a 100% money back guarantee
- BromaCleanse contains ‘healthy’ bacteria to improve the intestinal tract
- The product is offered for a risk-free trial
- The BromaCleanse website is easy to use and understand
- The product is all natural
BromaCleanse – Negative Features
- The trial period is only 12 days (not adequate time to test the product)
- BromaCleanse is expensive at a cost of $79.95 per month
- By ordering the trial, the consumer is enrolled into the auto-ship program
- The ingredient amounts are not shown
- No clinical studies are available
- No FAQ section is provided
- The website implies the product is endorsed by the media
- Only two testimonials are shown
- No fiber or laxatives are included in the formula
- BromaCleanse is expensive
BromaCleanse – Conclusion
Too little is known about BromaCleanse to recommend it and it does not appear to be any different to the majority of the other cleansers on the market. While it seems that the risk-free trial is generous, 12 days is obviously not enough time to be able to judge how effective the product is. It is very unlikely that it can properly cleanse the system anyway, given the fact that it lacks any type of laxative such as cascara sagrada or the fiber psyllium husk.