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In brief, What is Cleansonix?
Due to reports in the media regarding the prevalence of colon cancer and related diseases, there has been a surge of colon cleansing products available on the market.
Most of these products promise that ridding the body of impacted and ‘toxic’ waste in the intestine not only cuts the risk of disease but also improves energy, decreases bloating, constipation and gas, and can even result in weight loss.
Cleansonix colon cleanser is very similar to many other brands except that instead of a capsule it comes in powder form. The Cleansonix website is very brief and does not really explain the need for the product, only that it will have all the effects listed above.
The site is simple and easy to use and contains a few useful sections such as FAQ and customer testimonials. Unfortunately it provides no clinical studies to show how well the product performs and there is no information as to how long the consumer must use the product or whether it requires prolonged use for maintenance.
Details Of Cleansonix
The details regarding the ingredients in Cleansonix are good; the full ingredient list is shown and the major ingredients are accompanied with detailed explanations. The product contains all natural substances and has the advantage of also using 8 patented formulas in the powder.
These include OatVantage, Viscofiber, LinumLife flaxseed, Litesse, VitaVeggie, Fibersol-2 and Cinnulin PF. The amounts for all these are shown but because the remaining ingredients which include green tea extract, Aloe Vera, psyllium, grapefruit and apple pectins and fennel, are in a proprietary blend, their amounts are unknown.
The instructions for taking Cleansonix are very simple, requiring 1 scoop (which is provided) of the powder, mixed with water 1-2 times per day. According to the testimonials the powder is pleasant tasting and can also be mixed with juice if preferred.
What are the Ingredients of Cleansonix?
- Oatvantage, Viscofiber, LinumLife Flaxseed, Litesse, CoroWise
What’s Good in Cleansonix?
- Cleansonix contains 8 patented formulas
- There is adequate fiber in the product to increase regularity
- The company recommends following a low-fat, high fiber diet
- The product suitable for those averse to swallowing capsules
- The powder is pleasant tasting
What’s Bad in Cleansonix?
- The product is not available in retail stores
- Some of the ingredient amounts are unknown
- The information for Cleansonix is brief and uninformative
- No free trial is offered
In Summary – Cleansonix Review
Cleansonix is like so many other colon cleansers on the market and there is nothing about it that makes it unique in any way.
While it is good that it does at least contain patented formulas, it would have been useful to see how well it actually performed in studies. Instead, the potential consumer has to rely on the word of the customer testimonials which can often be biased.
Although it is true that regular elimination decreases constipation and does make the intestinal tract healthier, there is no solid evidence to show that an over-the-counter colon cleanser would really have much benefit in the long term.
Anyone suffering from occasional constipation, gas or bloating would do just as well taking a gentle laxative and increasing the amount of fiber in their diet, than spending almost $80.00 a month on this product.