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In brief, What is Bromalite?
The Bromalite product claims to be many things – a colon cleanser, weight loss tool and fat burner. The website for this brand is a basic one-page informational sheet with most of the space devoted to information on ordering the free trial (including a 5 minute countdown to when the offer supposedly runs out).
Like many other questionable products Bromalite prominently features well-known logos such as Fox News, AOL Health and CNN for no apparent reason, and also shows a quote from ‘National Geographic’ magazine that talks of the widespread dangers of internal parasites.
There is some similarly ‘scary’ information further on in the site which claims that ‘death begins in the colon’. It is true that colon disease is on the rise in North America, but the website leaves the impression that it is essential to get a colon cleansing as a way to prevent this problem.
Unfortunately, Bromalite doesn’t provide much proof that their product is successful in either ridding the body of these deadly parasites and toxins or able to cause significant weight loss.
They provide two customer testimonials (one in which the customer claims that Bromalite was the ‘single most dramatic event in life’), no FAQ section and no clinical trials to back up their claims, despite stating that the results and ingredients are ‘proven’.
Details Of Bromalite
Bromalite does list some of the ingredients in their formula but doesn’t show a product label or supply ingredient amounts. They do however give brief explanations regarding the ingredients which appear to be all natural. List is given below:
- Acidophilus and bifidobacterum: Act as a pro-biotic formula.
- Papian: It helps to increase energy and reduce bloating.
- Green Tea Extract: Green Tea Extract is a well-known anti-oxidant and thermogenic (increasing the body’s ability to burn fat),
- Grape seed extract: It helps to reduce high blood pressure and lower cholesterol,
- Mangosteen: It is a ‘superfood’ containing vitamins C and E and ginger aids digestion.
The information fails to provide dosage instruction or details on how long the product should be used before seeing results.
What’s Good in Bromalite?
- Bromalite addresses cleansing, detoxifying and weight loss
- The ingredients in Bromalite are natural
- Information is provided regarding the dangers of an unhealthy colon
- The main ingredients in the formula are listed
- There are some good reviews of Bromalite available online
What’s Bad in Bromalite?
- No FAQ section is provided
- The company uses some questionable sales tactics
- Only two customer testimonials are shown
In Summary – Bromalite Review
Although the company offers a 30-day free trial of Bromalite, the actual terms as set out in the small print are confusing.
It seems that if the customer does not cancel within 14 days of ordering, they are enrolled not only in the auto-shipping program and thus charged the full price, $69.95, per month, but are also signed up for ‘Fit Factory’ an online weight loss club, costing an extra $19.95 per month.
Judging from the amount of complaints against this company, the programs are extremely hard to cancel, customer service is either rude or non-existent and some consumers were either charged twice or never received goods.
When a company has this amount of independent bad word of mouth, it is obvious that it is a product to steer well clear of.