Banital Quick 7 Cleanse Review
What You Should Know
Banital Quick 7 Cleanse is one of the few cleansing supplements that claim to increase weight loss. Most will skirt around the issue and publish testimonials from “dieters” who lost weight while cleansing. Banital Quick 7 Cleanse cuts through all that and comes right out telling dieters they can lost 5 to 10 extra pounds when they shed stored waste. The concept of storing waste in the bowel has become very popular in the last five to 10 years. The truth is, the body does not store waste, but dieters who want a quick way to lose a few pounds are not often worried about whether or not the product works or if the weight loss will last.
List of Ingredients
Butternut Bark, Buckthorn Bark, Rhubarb Root, Ginger Root, Fennel Seed, Goldenseal Herb, Raspberry Leaf, Cayenne Pepper, Vegetable Fiber, Beet Fiber, Oat Fiber, Pea Fiber, Apple Pectin, Citrus Pectin.
Cleansers are typically a combination of natural laxatives and diuretics with some toxin pulling herbs thrown in for good measure. Nearly every ingredient list will include the same types of ingredients and Banital Quick 7 Cleanse is no different. The official website offers some insight into why each ingredient was included in Banital Quick 7 Cleanse.
Butternut Bark is supposed to cleanse the liver as are Fennel and Goldenseal. Rhubarb and Fennel are natural kidney cleansers and Raspberry works on the digestive system. Cayenne cleans the blood, liver and bowel. These ingredients work only if there are natural laxatives and fiber to push waste out of the body more quickly.
Banital Quick 7 Cleanse includes Buckthorn Bark as the natural laxative. Fibers are pulled from peas, beets, oats, apples and citrus. The product description also mentions water intake. In many cases, fiber is a bulk-forming laxative that requires water to work. Without enough water, constipation can occur and instead of flushing the body of toxins, waste just backs up and a stronger laxative may be needed or medical intervention if an impacted colon results.
Banital Quick 7 Cleanse is taken every morning for the first seven days of the month. According to recommendations on the website, dieters are supposed to cleanse regularly, but we have found medical sources recommended one to two cleanses a year – at most.
Banital Quick 7 Cleanse sells for $49.95 for a one week supply. When a dieter orders Banital Quick 7 Cleanse, they are entered into an automatic shipment program that must be cancelled or additional charges will incur. A 30-day money back guarantee is mentioned, but no details are listed.
- Ingredients are available online.
- Colon cleansing supplements are not a good choice for weight loss.
- There is no mention of taking other supplements or medications with Banital Quick 7 Cleanse.
- The auto shipment program could mean dieters are charged for more bottles than they want.
Weight loss supplements should increase fat burn not bowel movements. We tend to steer clear of supporting a supplement with no weight loss ingredients claiming to increase weight loss.