May 26, 2017
CytoCleanse is a total-body detoxifier sold by Kinevative LLC. A two-part system that uses all-natural ingredients, CytoCleanse is said to eliminate free radicals and toxins that slow your body’s functions.
What really caught my eye about CytoCleanse, however, is its claim that it works from a cellular level to improve your health. I was curious if an over-the-counter supplement like CytoCleanse could really have this kind of power, so I looked into it a little further.
Before I get into the nitty gritty of CytoCleanse, you should know that the official product website lists CytoCleanse as “out of stock.” There’s no telling how long CytoCleanse has been sold out, and no indication of when we can expect it back.
Some sites sell CytoCleanse, but they retail for as much as $89.95.
So not only is CytoCleanse difficult to find, it’s also going to cost you quite a bit. Keeping that in mind, let’s examine CytoCleanse itself to see if it’s worth it.
Ingredients in CytoCleanse
Because CytoCleanse is a two-phase system, there are two sets of ingredients. I’ll go over the active ingredients in each.
• N-Acetyl Cysteine: Cleanses organs throughout the body, preventing liver, kidney, and heart disease
• Trimethylglycine: Treats a variety of health conditions, including liver disease, congestive heart failure, obesity, and depression
• Alpha Lipoic Acid: Fights free radicals that cause disease and breaks down carbs for energy
• D-Ribose: Supports physical activity by improving muscle energy and healing damaged heart muscle
• Glutamine: Regulates digestive health and prevents nerve pain
• L-Taurine: Treats congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol
• Magnesium: Regulates digestive function and prevents chronic fatigue and headaches
• Activated Carbon: Removes harmful toxins in the body
• Cape Aloe: Treats stomach and bowel issues by removing toxins and cleansing the digestive system
• Fennel: Treats digestive concerns such as heartburn, intestinal gas, bloating, and loss of appetite
Many of these ingredients are powerful detoxifiers and may work to cleanse the body, but because CytoCleanse doesn’t provide information about ingredient amounts, I can’t say whether or not the formula will work as a whole.
Unfortunately, CytoCleanse customer reviews are nearly non-existent, so we can’t even rely on a third-party to help answer this question.
CytoCleanse Side Effects
What I can do is help you predict some side effects that could be a result of CytoCleanse. I’ll go over the ingredients again and let you know some of the common side effects associated with each.
• N-Acetyl Cysteine: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation
• Trimethylglycine: Nausea and diarrhea, but rarely
• Alpha Lipoic Acid: Possible low blood sugar levels
• D-Ribose: Diarrhea, upset stomach, headache, low blood sugar
• Glutamine: No known side effects
• L-taurine: No known side effects
• Magnesium: Upset stomach, diarrhea, vomiting
• Activated Carbon: Constipation
• Cape Aloe: Stomach pain and cramps
• Fennel: No known side effects
More generally, since CytoCleanse is a detoxifier, you should expect more frequent urges to use the bathroom, greater bodily waste, and—if you’re not careful—dehydration.
As you can see, CytoCleanse is a fairly safe product, but can cause some digestive issues as it works to purge your body of toxins.
How to Use CytoCleanse
Starting with the CytoClear cycle, take two capsules twice a day with or without food. After a month, you can start on the CytoCatch cycle. With CytoCatch, it’s recommended that you take four capsules right before bed on an empty stomach. This cycle also lasts a month.
If you’re taking any other supplements, wait an hour either before or after taking CytoCleanse to do so. This will ensure the effectiveness of both CytoCleanse and your other supplements.
Lastly, I always recommend that people using a cleanser drink a lot of water. Because cleansers tend to flush out extra waste, you can get dehydrated easily. Prevent that by ensuring you drink at least eight glasses of water daily.
The Verdict on CytoCleanse
Despite my best efforts, CytoCleanse still seems to be a mystery. Of course, most of that is the fault of CytoCleanse’s manufacturers, who choose not to disclose too much information about their product.
Knowing this, I’d say that using CytoCleanse is a risky and expensive gamble. Instead, remember the ingredients in CytoCleanse and try to find another, more affordable cleanser that uses them the right way. Visit the official site to buy CytoCleanse for $49.99 by clicking here.