Natural Ways Master Cleansing Support Pack Review
What You Should Know
The Master Cleanse diet has been around for many years. The diet consists of drinking a lemonade drink with maple syrup and cayenne to cleanse the body. The drink has a laxative effect and no food is allowed while doing the Master Cleanse. Natural Ways Master Cleansing Support Pack includes four supplements to be taken while following the Master Cleanse. The Master Cleanse is considered a fad diet that could has negative side effect like reduced metabolism and dehydration.
List of Ingredients
Green Magic, Therapeutica, Nutri-Cleanse and Detox Plus.
Green Magic is a super food supplement containing 17 fruits and vegetables. While the supplement provides a healthy source of antioxidants, when consumed with the Master Cleanse diet, it will likely increase the risk of dehydration due to the natural diuretic properties of some superfoods.
Therapeutica supports a healthy immune system. When a dieter follows the Master Cleanse, not enough calories, vitamins and nutrients are consumed to keep the immune system healthy. Taking this supplement could help improve immune system function, but not as wholly as a healthy diet.
Nutri-Cleanse is a natural laxative and diuretic supplement. The Master Cleanse diet has a laxative and diuretic effect, so taking a colon cleanser just compounds the risk of dehydration and potassium loss. Dieters can expect reduced energy and muscle cramping with potassium loss. Dehydration can lead to heart problems and death, in severe cases.
Detox Plus is a supplement aimed at promoting natural toxin removal. The body eliminates toxins naturally. Supplements that claim to improve toxin elimination are not proven to have any effect on overall health.
The Master Cleansing Support Pack is not sold as a packaged product so consumers must purchase each of the suggested supplements individually. This will cost more than $100. Most of the supplements last about 30-days, but following the Master Cleanse for 30-days is not a healthy choice.
- The Master Cleanse diet has a laxative and diuretic effect.
- Eliminating food to detox the body is an unhealthy choice.
- Supplements cost more than $100 per month.
- Supplements are not packaged for sale as a support pack.
- Natural Ways does not reveal the dangers of the Master Cleanse.
The Master Cleanse diet is promoted for weight loss and detoxification. The effect of the Master Cleanse lemonade is strong enough to cause the consumer to run back and forth to the bathroom multiple times a day. Taking a colon cleanser with the Master Cleanse increases the risk of dangerous and potentially life threatening side effects. At no time should a dieter or consumer choose to eliminate food to improve health – the two choices do not go hand in hand.