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In brief, What is Colon Cleanse 3000?
Colon cleanse 3000 is another colon cleansing product introduced to the market, that promises to reduce gas and bloating, increase energy and help the user look and generally feel better overall.
Unfortunately, information for Colon Cleanse 3000 is very sparse and the official website is just a brief one page outlining the product. In fact the website does not even feature many details about the cleanser: rather it provides a few short articles about celebrities who cleanse and use detoxification methods for weight loss and health, a You Tube video clip from a Katie Couric special about colon cancer and a quote from ‘Discover’ magazine regarding parasites that live in the human body.
The main feature of the Colon Cleanse 3000 site is the ordering form for the free trial of the product, plus a warning which states that Colon Cleanse 3000, due to its potency, is not for people who only need to lose a ‘few measly pounds’.
The manufacturers of the cleanse offer a 100% money back guarantee and the free trial is from 14 days after ordering, and if not canceled promptly, the consumer will be enrolled in the auto-shipping and billing plan. Although this does entitle them to a discounted price (of $83.95 per month), many consumers have found that plans such as these can be extremely hard to cancel and prefer not to enrol.
Details OF Colon Cleanse 3000
Absolutely no information is provided for Colon Cleanse 3000 in regards to the ingredients or dosage. One related article promoting the product states that the all natural formula contains anti-oxidants, muciligneic fibers (which include pectins and cereals) and pro-biotics, the beneficial bacteria used to create a healthy intestinal environment.
No actual ingredient list is shown however, so it is impossible to know either how much of these are contained in the product or what other ingredients are present, which makes it unsafe for anyone prone to food allergies or sensitivities.
There is no mention of whether Colon Cleanse contains any laxatives such as Cascara Sagrada, or digestive aids like ginger or licorice as many other cleansers do.
No guidelines are given as to how much weight loss can be expected from ColonCleanse 3000, although one sponsored review puts the amount at approximately 30lbs in 4 months, which is in the medically recommended range.
In addition to this, no dosage instructions are provided and it is unknown how long the product must be taken for and if a regular maintenance plan is required for continuous cleansing.
What’s Good in Colon Cleanse 3000?
- The product addresses a number of health issues such as increasing energy and reducing bloating
- The website shows a video clip regarding the need for colon health
- Colon cleansing may aid in weight loss
What’s Bad in Colon Cleanse 3000?
- Very little information is provided about the product
- No ingredient list is shown
- The website contains no FAQ section
- Colon Cleanse 3000 is expensive
- No dosage instructions are given
In Summary – Colon Cleanse 3000 Review
Far too little information is given by the manufacturers of Colon Cleanse 3000 to be able to judge it thoroughly. Most consumers would be unwilling to purchase a product, especially one from the internet, without knowing exactly what is in it or the results they can expect.
As most people know, while colon health is vital, most over-the-counter cleansers will not have much effect on reducing colon disease, although it is always a good idea to introduce more fiber and pro-biotics into the diet.
Relying on such a product for weight loss is not recommended, particularly without participating in regular exercise, and any weight reduction that does result from taking this product is likely water weight and will only be temporary at best.