January 17, 2017
Core Cleanse Review
Core Cleanse’s listed ingredients include slippery elm, aloe vera, white oak, gentian, blue vervain, goldenseal, psyllium, senna, and lactobacillus acidophilus.
The problem is that while in the right amounts these ingredients could do things like regulating the digestive system, they don’t cleanse the colon in any amount, defeating the whole purpose. Frankly speaking, these ingredients are not found in the right amounts, and they will list them. You are far more likely to suffer side effects than anything else which is why they use a scam free trial offer basically speaking to trick you into buying their formula.
Core Cleanse is not safe to take if you:
- are allergic to any of the ingredients
- have a sensitive stomach
- are not prepared to drink at least 8 cups of water per day
- have thyroid issues
- are diabetic
- have completed another detox within the past 7 days
- have a low blood sugar disorder
- have an eating disorder
Possible side effects
- low sodium in the blood
- increased blood sugar
- increased cholesterol
- impotence in men
- menstrual irregularities
- breast enlargement in men.
- mineral imbalances
Overall Impression of Core Cleanse:
We would not suggest using Core Cleanse. It’s really not worth the time or money, and it will only cause greater problems and side effects while ripping you off. Many have fond auto ship programs like this difficult or even impossible to cancel. This being said, you really should never use any formula like this, especially one so expensive.