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Pom Clear Overview
Pomegranate has become a hugely popular fruit recently due to its high levels of antioxidants. It is often seen included on lists of ‘superfoods’, whilst pomegranate juice is now widely available in grocery stores, whereas previously it was largely unheard of.
Jumping on the band wagon, Central Coast Nutraceuticals Inc. have produced Pom Clear, a cleansing capsule that uses the potent fruit in its formula. The Pom Clear
official website is attractive and easy to use although the inclusion of a couple of typos does take away some of its professional image.
The company uses many age-old sales tactics to make it seem as though their product is more popular than it actually is. These include the use of popular news program logos from shows that have reported on the benefits of pomegranate and pictures of celebrities who, we are told, are all using the superfood as part of their healthy lifestyle (although the inclusion of Courtney Love and Britney Spears in this list is somewhat contradictory!).
The site features a good FAQ section and a brief explanation of the origins of pomegranate and why it is such a good source of antioxidants. Unfortunately none of this information addresses quite how the fruit aids in cleansing and weight loss which is, after all, the aim of the product.
Two testimonials are also featured on the site, although the small print does state that the individuals pictured may not necessarily be Pom Clear
Details Of Pom Clear
The website does not include any explanations of the ingredients in Pom clear and the only way to see a list of them is by linking to the product label page.
However, all the ingredients are listed as a proprietary blend, meaning that it is not known how much of each is in the formula. Pomegranate comes at the bottom of the list, preceded by Psyllium husk, Fennel, Goldenseal, Cascara Sagrada, Rhubarb, Ginger and Licorice. The company recommends that the user starts taking Pom Clear at a dose of one capsule per day, in the evening, and work their way up to the maximum dose of 3 a day.
Pom Clear Advantages
- The Pom Clear website is easy to find on the internet and contains an adequate amount of information
- The company offers a free, 14-day trial of Pom Clear
- The product label is available for viewing on the site
- Pomegranate has received good press due to its excellent antioxidant properties
- The product contains 100% pomegranate extract
Pom Clear Disadvantages
- The website uses some dubious sales tactics in promoting Pom Clear
- The manufacturers have had numerous complaints reported on independent sites regarding their billing practices and bad customer service
- Taking advantage of the free trial automatically enrols the customer into the Pom Clear ‘Lifestyle Program’ (i.e. the auto-shipping service)
- No details are given regarding the additional ingredients in Pom Clear
- There is no explanation as to how pomegranate can actually aid weight loss and cleansing
Pom Clear – The Bottom Line
‘Superfoods’ and pomegranate are definitely ‘hot’ items these days and while there is no dispute regarding the fruit’s antioxidant benefits, there is no proof of it being a good detoxifier or having any effect on weight loss.
It would take a real leap of faith for any consumer to take a chance on this product and it is doubtful that at a cost of $49.95 for less than a one month supply, anyone would be willing to do that. It would be much wiser to look for a more tried and tested cleanser and preferably one that does not need to be taken indefinitely.