Sculpt’N Cleanse Colon Cleansing Formula Review
Sculpt’N Cleanse Colon Cleansing Formula is a product of Health Direct and, in conjunction with a weight management program, is supposed to be your “first step to a better body.”
Health Direct claims that Sculpt’N Cleanse is able to not only eliminate toxins, chemicals, pollutants and poisons from your body, but it will also help end your crusade for that ever-elusive “better body.”
Does Sculpt’N Cleanse Colon Cleansing Formula Really Work?
Whether Sculpt’N Cleanse measures up to other colon cleansers is one question, but first we must address the claim that it will help you lose dramatic amounts of weight. Laxatives, and especially not colon cleansers, are not the solution to breathtaking weight loss. End of story.
They are designed to rid your body of harmful residue that our lifestyle and environment cause to build up in our bodies. In this era we eat more meat, we inhale more pollution, we consume more additives, we get old, all these things cause our digestive system to not work quite as efficiently, creating the need for a colon cleanse.
What colon cleansers, or laxatives for that matter, don’t do is speed up the digestive process so that calories are not absorbed into the body. In fact, if the digestive system is sped up unnaturally, the effects can be along the lines of chronic and uncontrollable diarrhea. There are better ways to drop a pant size.
To give it to you frankly: no. Sculpt’N Cleanse does not only use claims that can’t be backed up by nutritional science, but they also use ingredients that have been banned by the FDA. In 2002 the US Food and Drug Administration issued a ban on the use of aloe and cascara sagrada in laxatives as they can cause abdominal pain and diarrhea, cascara sagrada is also potentially carcinogenic.
Both of these ingredients are used in Sculpt’N Cleanse, which means that Health Direct is more concerned about pumping out a product rather than making one that works and is safe.