Puranol Review

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Puranol bills itself as an all natural detoxifying supplement that jump starts weight loss and helps keep your body running in tip top shape. Puranol claims that your body is probably full of toxins and unable to function at peak levels, and you could have between 5 and 25 pounds of built up waste in your system. As this waste builds up, your metabolism slows, your immune system becomes dysfunctional and you feel increasingly fatigued.

Puranol doesn’t claim to be a weight loss product but instead is a detoxification system and an immunity booster. One of the side effects of this detox is supposed to be weight loss but the company says “Individual results will vary”. The manufacturer does recommend you clean your body every three months or so to achieve maximum results. Puranol is sold as a three-step detox system that includes a 5 day Detoxifying Cleanser, a 30 day supply of Immunity Booster, and a 30 day supply of Carbohydrate Neutralizer.

The detoxifying cleanser works over 5 days and helps your body rid itself of any toxins and wastes that have been accumulating in your system. This should be done before you use the immunity booster. The Immunity Booster is supposed to improve your overall health and strengthen your immune system. The carbohydrate neutralizer is supposed to block carbohydrates from turning into fat. The immunity booster and the carbohydrate neutralizer can be taken together for maximum effectiveness.

Puranol also has a 48 hour pre-diet flush drink that is similar to the Hollywood Diet line of weight loss drinks. It is essentially a juice fast and eliminates the introduction of new waste to your system and reduces the amount of water weight your body carries.

List of Ingredients

5 Day Detoxifying Cleanser: Cleansing Herbal Blend: Senna Leaf, Aloe Vera 4:1 Concentrate (Gel), Senna Leaf Extract, Apple Fruit, Cassia Whole Plant, St. John’s Bread Whole Plant (Unroasted), Tamarind Whole Plant Extract, Date Fruit, Fig Fruit.

Immunity Booster: Prebiotic Blend: Inulin (FOS Concentrate from Chicory Root), Arabinogalactan (Larch Tree Fiber) Fiber Blend: Vegetable Cellulose, Oat Fiber, Citrus Pectin, Soy Fiber, and Apple Pectin Fluid Balance Blend: Cranberry Juice Concentrate, Buchu Leaf, Cornsilk Stylus, Couchgrass Rhizome, Hydrangea Root, Juniper Berry, Uva Ursi Leaf.

Carbohydrate Neutralizer: Chromium (as chromium dinicotinate glycinate),Vanadium (as vanadyl sulfate),Green tea leaf extract,Gymnema sylvestre leaf,banaba leaf extract,fenugreek seed 4:1 extract,Phaseolamin,bitter melon fruit 4:1 extract,lycium berry 5:1 extract,wheat amylase inhibitor,cinnamon bark,lemon verbena,chamomile flower,ginger root,Chinese licorice root,tangerine peel, chicory root.

Product Features

Some of the features of Puranol are its all natural ingredients. Many of these ingredients do have a detoxifying effect or stimulant effect associated with them. The three part system encourages you to stick to a very strict regimen of taking the supplements over a period of over a month to get the results that are advertised.

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Advantages

  • You can purchase from the manufacturer directly.
  • Money back guarantee.
  • Package deal if you get all three products at once

Disadvantages

  • Many unfavorable testimonials around the Internet
  • No official trials seem to have been conducted at this time
  • No free trial sample for first-time users.
  • To see results, it seems users will have to make dramatic lifestyle changes an exercise strict dietary discipline.

Conclusion

Puranol doesn’t seem well suited to be in the same league as more popular weight loss systems. It does seem like it would have benefits to your overall health in the long run but doesn’t seem terribly promising on the weight loss front. The fact that you will essentially be putting yourself on a juice fast may be discouraging to some users, especially considering all of the weight loss alternatives out there.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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