What You Should Know
Colon Cleanse Pro was once a colon cleansing supplement sold to detox the body and relieve constipation. The product description claimed increased weight loss and relief from bloating. The link to the official website now leads to a weight loss program that has nothing to do with colon cleansing. We assume this product was part of an affiliate program that no longer exists. We did find a list of ingredients for Colon Cleanse Pro. The ingredients are commonly used in natural laxative products that claim to detox the body.
List of Ingredients
Psyllium Seeds, Fennel Seeds, Buckthorn Bark, Cascara Sagrada, Rhubarb, Goldenseal, Licorice and Ginger Root.
The main function Colon Cleanse Pro has in the body is to relieve constipation or increase bowel movements. It is unlikely that the dieter will see significant, lasting weight loss from this product. Even if the scale does move a bit due to increased bowel movements, the weight loss will only be temporary as waste is constantly being produced and moved out of the body.
Psyllium seeds are a source of fiber commonly used as a bulk-forming laxative. When taking psyllium, the dieter needs to drink lots of water as too little water can cause constipation. Buckthorn bark and cascara sagrada have laxative qualities. These ingredients will increase the number of bowel movements the dieter has each day, but the resulting weight loss is associated with water loss not fat loss.
Ginger root calms the stomach. Ginger is commonly included in natural laxative and colon cleansing supplements to counteract the negative effect of laxatives. There is no weight loss benefits associated with ginger root.
Colon Cleanse Pro sold for $70 per bottle. The product was covered by a money-back guarantee, but we cannot find an official website to order the supplement. All links lead to different affiliate programs for weight loss.
Colon cleansers are not a safe alternative to fat burners. Fat burners increase metabolism causing the body to burn more fat for fuel and energy. Colon cleansers have no fat burning effect.
- All ingredients are listed online.
- Psyllium is a great source of fiber.
- The product was sold with a money-back guarantee.
- No official website.
- The product does not appear to be for sale any longer.
- Affiliate links lead to a different product.
Colon Cleanse Pro may have helped relieve occasional constipation, but the effects as a weight loss supplement are not proven. Colon cleansers do not increase metabolism or fat burn for energy, thus weight loss is associated with water loss. When the dieter stops taking the supplement, the body will retain water and the weight will return.