What You Should Know
Citronada is a pre-mixed Master Cleanse juice. The Master Cleanse is one of the oldest and most well-known diets on the Internet. Dieters eat very little, if any, food and drink a mixture of lemon juice, maple syrup and cayenne pepper to detox and cleanse the body. This is supposed to result in weight loss, but all it does is push water out of the body and increase bowel movements. Citronada adds a few extra ingredients, but none have any effect on weight loss.
List of Ingredients
Lemon Juice, Maple Syrup, Cayenne Pepper, Acai Juice, Pomegranate Juice, Green Tea and more.
We expected the first three ingredients as they make up the classic Master Cleanse juice. The remaining ingredients add antioxidant support and caffeine for energy and increased metabolism. This could be a good choice for a dieter who wants to do the Master Cleanse, but there are a few problems with the supplement.
We have no idea how much acai juice, pomegranate juice and green tea are included in Citronada. The “more” listed on the ingredient list represents an unknown number of ingredients. They could include dangerous ingredients for some dieters, strong stimulants or useless ingredients that have no effect on weight loss or cleansing.
The product sells for $17.99 per 32-ounce container. There are no suggested dosage instructions, so the dieter has no idea how long this container will last. We assume the Citronada bottle will last two to three days to jump start the Master Cleanse.
- Ingredients are listed online.
- Green tea is a healthy addition to any weight loss or cleansing diet.
- Strong antioxidant support.
- Citronada could contain laxatives, stimulants or other dangerous ingredients.
- The price is high for a lemon juice cocktail that the dieter can make at home.
- No detailed label or ingredient list.
- Not all ingredients are listed.
- There is no official website.
- The Master Cleanse is a fad diet that may lead to dehydration and diarrhea.
- No testimonials supporting Citronada.
The Master Cleanse is one diet nearly every dieter has tried at one time or another. Mix a little lemon juice with grade A maple syrup and cayenne and drink yourself into dehydration and diarrhea. Doctors have warned of the potential negative side effects of fad and trendy diets like the Master Cleanse, but dieters simply won’t listen. Citronada does add a couple great ingredients, but we have no idea if enough is added to have a beneficial effect on diet.
We suggest skipping Citronada and choosing a low calorie, whole grain diet rich in fiber and healthy fats. Exercise most days of the week and take a supplement with proven weight loss ingredients.