What You Should Know
Colon cleansers are quickly invading the weight loss market. It is not uncommon for a cleanser to market itself as a healthy part of any weight loss plan to increase pounds lost on the scale, but this does not have to be the case. With claims flying through cyberspace of weight loss success with the help of colon cleansers, some dieters are taking it upon themselves to choose products that cleanse versus boost metabolism. Sivitrol is one of the few colon cleansers that claims to promote fat burn and cleanse the colon. Information on Sivitrol is not difficult to come by, but most of the information we could find was negative. Complaints have been posted all over the Internet about Sivitrol. The complaints discuss credit card charges and difficulty cancelling auto-shipment orders – not about the formula itself.
List of Ingredients
Acidophilus, Bifidobacterum, Papain, Green Tea Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Mangosteen and Ginger Root.
The ingredient list for Sivitrol is not too bad. The first two ingredients are probiotics. Probiotics are healthy bacteria and flora found in the intestine. When people eat bad food, suffer from stress or breathe the air outside, probiotics levels can fall. Restoring these levels will not help weight loss, but it can help the digestive process.
Papain is a derivative of the papaya plant. When taken internally, the supplement can ease stomach discomfort. More than likely, Papain is added to Sivitrol to calm the effects of the probiotics, which can cause painful gas when taken in large numbers.
The fat burning claims are supported with green tea. Sivitrol does not list how much green tea is included in the formula, but green tea is a healthy fat burner that is proven to aid in weight loss and improving overall health. Grape Seed Extract is a strong antioxidant that can also help heal the body. Antioxidant fight off free radicals that harm healthy cells.
Sivitrol is sold with a free trial offer. The offer states, in the fine print, that after the free trial has expired the dieter will be charged $89.97 and placed on an auto-ship program. This is where all the complaints come from. The official website for Sivitrol is not longer operational and all affiliate links to the product lead to other colon cleansers.
- Probiotics can help restore healthy bacteria.
- Green tea is a proven fat burner.
- Grape Seed Extract is can fight free radical damage.
- Sivitrol is no longer available online.
- There are many complaints about the auto-ship policy.
- The price at $89.97 is too much for a colon cleanser.
- Green tea amounts are not listed.
If a dieter is going to cleanse the colon, there is no better way than with probiotics and green tea. Sivitrol looks to have been a good product with bad customer service.