We’re hearing a lot of buzz around The Cleaner body-detox supplement, so we did an in-depth review, examining the side effects, ingredients, scientific studies and overall customer service. Furthermore, we sorted through many comments posted on the web. Finally, we condensed everything to give you the bottom line.
What You Need To Know
First off, The Cleaner is a detox supplement that has psyllium husks, goldenseal root, FOS probiotic growth complex, black walnut bark, dandelion root, apple pectin, oat bran, aloe vera gel, senna leaf, yellow dock root, Fibersol, bentonite, ginger root, soy fiber, cornsilk and peppermint leaf. This one is available in four different formulas, two for women and two for men. The 7-day products are $17.95 each and the 14-day are $29.95. The purpose of The Cleaner is to detoxify the body, flush out waste and toxins, increase weight-loss, boost immune system health and minimize constipation and bloating/gas. Though you may not want to take this one on the go, the bottle is portable.
The Cleaner has been around since 2011 via Century Systems Inc. The supplements contain all sorts of natural plant extracts. You can purchase these products directly from the company website and there is a satisfaction guarantee provided, but read on…
Lack of Results – “Should You Worry?”
The first thing we noticed was a lack of results with The Cleaner ingredients. According to our Research Editor, “There are so many supplements that claim to cleanse the digestive system, blood and organs, but not many are backed by actual scientific studies. The Cleaner is not supported by any real clinical facts. This is evident when looking at the customer feedback and official website.”
One user stated, “Didn’t even make me burp, cleansed nothing here. Two thumbs down for this product.”
Another said, “Can I get a refund? Followed directions. Exercised 90 minutes every day. Lots of water. On 4th day. Same amount of BMs as before. Oh, but I gained 3 pounds.”
Side Effects – “Uh Oh”
Numerous customers experienced The Cleaner side effects while using the product. Here is what one said, “It made me sick I end up in Urgent care with bad allergy attack.”
“This product was hell on my body. I’m stopping on day 3 because of what it did to my stomach,” offered another user.
We’ve gathered from our intense research that if there is a single aspect of a weight-loss program that is very problematic (no clinical studies, side effects, high price tag) the probability of real long-term success is rather minimal. This means if The Cleaner supplement does lead to adverse reactions in numerous people, this may be a serious issue.
The Science – “Validated With Research?”
After taking a close look at the official website for The Cleaner, it’s clear that no documented scientific studies are available for this product. Since us at DietSpotlight need to see published clinical evidence supporting weight-loss formulas and ingredients, we cannot stand behind this supplement.
The Bottom Line – Does The Cleaner Work?
Alrighty then, what’s the final take on this one ladies and gentlemen? It’s obvious that many dieters are looking for fast weight-loss results. The Cleaner is a product that is claimed to work in 1-2 weeks. However, since there is no real science to support this supplement, we have reservations about recommending it. You should also be aware that many customers complained of side effects like constipation and diarrhea while using it.
Those who wish to slim down and shed pounds of fat more quickly, we suggest you try going with a weight-loss supplement that does not cause harmful side effects, contains proven ingredients and works well for the long term.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. Its formula is a blend of four key ingredients, which are proven in published clinical studies to help ignite metabolism and increase fat loss. Also, we can’t locate any discussion of negative side effects and dieter feedback posted online shows people are getting wonderful results.
Also, the company responsible for Leptigen is so confident in their supplement that they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is a good sign.