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In brief, What is Enuvia?
Enuvia is a cleanser that promises to target three main organs kidney, liver and colon. It comes in three separate botanical formulas and is designed to be taken on a 90 day cycle. Enuvia claims that it will detoxify the body naturally, containing natural ingredients, most of which would be familiar to the average consumer. There is a well planned website that is easy to navigate and contains a comprehensive explanation of their product.
One section, ‘The Toxic American Life’, details how our bodies’ are at risk from the pollutants found in everyday life and how, obviously, Enuvia can help protect us. Enuvia claims to be ‘organ specific’ and developed from research spanning twenty years.
Other features that the company offers are customer testimonials, a live help line (that didn’t seem available at the time of writing) and a free e-book regarding colon health.
Details Of Enuvia
The first part of the Enuvia system is the colon cleanser, a blend of dietary supplements and ‘colon specific’ nutrients and herbs. It contains fiber such as psyllium husk, plus the two more controversial ingredients, senna and cascara sagrada. Part two is focused on the kidney and is a blend of herbs such as parsley and sage with the addition of soy protein and the latest detox ingredient, cayenne pepper.
Part of the purpose of the kidney cleanse is to discourage the formation of crystals which may lead to painful kidney stones. It is the liver formula, the third part of the program, that contains some unfamiliar substances – DL-methionine and choline bitartrate, for example, but a good detailed explanation of each is available. Ultimately, the liver cleanse enables the liver to metabolize fat more efficiently.
Each part is to be taken for a period of thirty days, adding up to 90 in all. It is very simple to take with steps two and three taken once a day, and step one at morning and night. It is recommended that the cleanse is performed three to four times a year.
What’s Good in Enuvia?
- There is a lot of information contained on the company website.
- The ingredients are natural.
- Although there are three parts to the program it is in fact very easy to follow.
- The cost is at the mid-price range for similar products; $49.95 for a 90 day supply.
- The product seems to have a good reputation.
What’s Bad in Enuvia?
- The details on the website may be a little more technical than some consumers would like.
- Although the company has a 90-day money back guarantee, this is only if the product is purchased directly from the company and not from a retail store.
In Summary – Enuvia Review
Out of all the colon cleansing website discussions, there is not much to be found regarding Enuvia, and anything that is written seems to be positive. This would not be a good product however, for those who wish to avoid the ingredients cascara sagrada and senna.