48 Hour Cyclone Diet Review
What You Should Know
Many diets, seen on television, offer drastic weight loss promises with little regard for safety including the 48 Hour Cyclone diet. This diet claims to enable users to lose 10 pounds in 2 days (48 hours). Not only is this a very dangerous thing to attempt its unlikely healthy circumstances. We feel that the three main things to look for in a weight loss program are diet, exercise, and the possible inclusion of thermogenics to make the body burn fat more efficiently. It doesn’t look like this uses these tools and instead focuses on quick, temporary weight loss. It’s best to have a long term approach.
List of Ingredients
The ingredients listing for 48 Hour Cyclone Diet are vague and ambiguous.
Although it claims that there are antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, and thermogenic ingredient, we have yet to see how it works. We want a product that includes thermogenics. There is no mention of what the ingredients are that offer these nutrients so when the package arrives in the mail it’s a complete surprise what’s in it. We feel that a company should give its customers a clear idea of what it is they’re selling by listing complete ingredients online and by maintaining an official presence online. The full package contains six packets (21 grams each), a mixer without batteries is included, and the Cyclone Diet Guide.
- Its ingredients seem to be diuretics and laxatives
- There isn’t anything online that tells the consumer what this product includes as weight loss ingredients. The standard lists of herbs used in these types of products are all a form of diuretic or laxative which does not produce lasting weight loss.
- This product is rather expensive at $15.95, especially, considering its dubious quality.
- It claims to achieve a weight loss amount that is unhealthy and temporary which isn’t what people are looking for. They want a fully-functioning weight loss program that will help to work with a normal diet and exercise which is the most effective way to keep weight off. Also they want a compound that helps to burn fat. This product claims to have such ingredients but offers no proof.
We see no reason to trust the 48 Hour Cyclone Diet whatsoever. It makes outrageous claims that are difficult to believe or even achieve in any healthy manner. The lack of ingredients lists may make customers wary of trying this product. After all, there could be potential dangerous chemicals that might cause a negative reaction.