What You Should Know
Liquiboost cleanses the colon to promote healthy weight loss and better health, according to the official description. There must have been a website redesign at some point in time, because some consumers noted a detailed FAQs section and direct ordering for $69. The current website offers no ingredient list, no FAQs section, and no $69 supplement. In order for dieters to receive a supply of Liquiboost they must sign up for a membership program and receive two months supply of Liquiboost. The total cost for two months is $169. We searched throughout the Internet for a detailed ingredient list and finally found one from a third-party resource.
List of Ingredients
Kola Nut, Green Tea, Nopal Cactus, Cascara Sagrada, Senna Leaf, Resveratrol, Acai Berry, Burdock, Clove, Marshmallow Root and Fennel.
Dieters must be warned that this list of ingredients could be missing some key ingredients because it was not pulled from an official website. The first two ingredients have nothing to do with colon cleansing, as they are stimulants. Stimulants are commonly used in weight loss supplements but rarely included in cleansers. Their use could prove to be the reason this supplement is marketed as a weight loss solution on top of cleansing the body.
Cascara Sagrada and senna leaf are natural laxatives. These ingredients will increase bowel movements and can lead to diarrhea. Side effects may include dependence and dehydration. The risk of dehydration is increased when taking Liquiboost because the formula contains burdock and marshmallow root. Burdock is a natural diuretic and marshmallow root may cause laxative effects.
Taking a couple steps back, green tea works in the body to increase metabolism and is proven to improve weight loss efforts. We like this ingredient in classic weight loss supplements, but when it is added to a colon cleanser, we are not sure how effective green tea will be when taken with natural laxatives.
- Green tea is a good ingredient for weight loss.
- Kola nut contains caffeine, which can increase metabolism.
- Laxatives are not safe for weight loss.
- Liquiboost costs $169 for a two-month supply.
- Dieters must be members to order the supplement.
- No testimonials support weight loss on Liquiboost.
Colon cleansing is a personal choice made popular by the rise in colon cancer. Cleansing is typically completed twice a year, at most and should not be used as a weight loss solution. Laxatives, when used for weight loss, can lead to dehydration, addiction and serious health issues. Dieters should only take colon cleansing supplements from trusted manufacturers and only when needed for occasional bouts of constipation. Everyday use is not healthy, nor do we support using any colon cleanser for weight loss purposes.