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CoreCleanse – At a Glance:
The CoreCleanse colon cleanser is a brand new intestinal tract cleanser that claims that it can rid the body of built up toxic wastes. With colon cancer rising to one of the highest causes of cancer-related deaths in the U.S., an equivalent increase in colon cleaning products has also been seen. Many companies use frightening statistics in an attempt to market their products, even though there is no proof that colon cleansing results in a decreased risk of contracting cancer.
News media quotes are utilized on the CoreCleanse official website to illustrate the importance of colon cleansing. They also claim that the process assists with weight loss, decreases bloating, boosts energy and helps eliminate toxic waste from the colon. Regrettably, there is not much product information on the website — most of it is devoted to a discussion of the free trial offer. Only two brief ‘authorized’ customer testimonials are provided, the site lacks an FAQ section as well as proof such as clinical studies that verify that CoreCleanse works as advertised. But they state that it is the best selling colon cleanse in the country and that Oprah (Winfrey) recommends it.
Not much is known regarding the ingredients of CoreCleanse. Actually, the only information pertaining to the ingredients is found on an independent colon cleansing website. It is known only that the following ingredients are included in the product: Slippery Elm, Aloe Vera, White Oak, Golden Seal, Psyllium fiber, Senna and the healthy bacteria Lactobacillus Acidophilus. While the details of the ingredients are not provided, they appear to be a combination of laxatives and substances high in fiber. Since the product label is not shown, the exact amounts of the ingredients or the inclusion of other products cannot be determined.
No dosage information is provided for CoreCleanse, nor is there any indication of the amount of weight a person might expect to lose when using the product, although it does mention that most people carry around 10-15 pounds of waste in their colons.
CoreCleanse Positive Features:
- Some natural, herbal ingredients are included in CoreCleanse.
- A 15-day trial is available for CoreCleanse.
- A money back guarantee is offered by the company for 30 days.
- At the time this is being written, there have not been any complaints filed against the company.
CoreCleanse Negative Features:
- Very little information is provided on the CoreCleanse website.
- There is no listing of the specific ingredients or their quantities.
- Dosage instructions are not included.
- The customer is registered automatically in the ‘Healthy Rewards Program’ (i.e. auto=shipping plan) when the order is placed for the free trial.
- Results of clinical studies are not presented.
- There is no FAQ section on the website.
- There is not enough time to properly test the product, since the 15-day trial starts the day the product is ordered.
- No proof is provided of the effectiveness of colon cleansers at preventing colon disease.
It is evident that CoreCleanse cannot be recommended because there is not enough information available about it. It is unbelievable that the manufacturer would think that anyone would purchase a product for $59.95 per bottle when they have no idea what the ingredients are and there is no clinical proof that it is effective. There is no point in taking a chance on this product.