My Purium Cleanse Review – About My Experience And Results
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Naturopath David Sandoval, who is the author of The Green Foods Bible, is responsible for the formulation of this program. The 10-day plan is meant to detox your body and digestive tract while resetting your metabolism.
This is one of the higher prices cleanses I have seen, but it does come with a lot of stuff, and it says I can expect to lose 5-10 pounds in 10 days.
Let’s see how it goes.
What makes a great cleanse? How do you measure whether a detox is good or bad?
This can vary depending on your specific goals, but here is what I look for:
Did it work? If it is a weight loss cleanse did I loose some weight? How long did it stay off for? Do I feel better?
Is it worth the cost? I don’t mind paying a high price for something, as long as I get a good value for my hard earned money.
How hard is the program? Is there any side effects?
This cleanse comes with a lot of stuff! I opened the box and found the following:
- A big tub of the Power Shake
- A bottle of Super Aminos pills
- A bottle of Super
- A bottle of Super CleansR pills
- A glass bottle of
- A Purium shaker bottle
- A Purium tape measure
- A nylon Purium
bag Aninstruction card that explains the daily schedule of shakes and pills.
Basically, you are taking some pills and eating a flex food, or shake, every 2 hours during the daytime.
They recommend cutting out alcohol, caffeine, gluten, dairy, and sugar a few days before starting the cleanse.
While on the program you take the pills and drink the shake mix as directed. You also eat what the call “flex foods”. These are to be a fruit or vegetable like an avocado or an organic apple. The serving size is always to be less than 1 cup.
I can’t say the shake mix tasted awesome, but it wasn’t terrible either.
Pros and Cons
So what did I think of the
First off did it work? I have to say yes. I lost 8 pounds on the cleanse and managed to keep most of that off, gaining about 2 pounds back, most likely due to water weight.
It is more expensive than other cleanses out there, however losing in the neighborhood of 10 pounds in 10 days is a pretty good result. So it depends on what kind of value you put on that. For me, I think it was worth the cost.
Keep in mind this isn’t meant to be used consistently, so the cost is only a one-time or an occasional thing.
I found the middle of the cleanse, around the third day to be the hardest. After that, I started to feel better, and more energetic. From what I read online, this is pretty typical.
The side effects are common with most
My biggest suggestion is to drink a lot of water to help your body detox, and avoid dehydration.
They say you can do some light exercise while on the cleanse. I recommend caution if you do anything more than some easy walking.
The calories per day are pretty low on this, I wouldn’t push for any exercise personal bests during the 10 days.
Overall I would recommend this cleanse to anyone looking to kick start their weight loss.
It is a little higher in price, but the results are very good, and make it worth the cost. This was my experience at least.
Like I said, I lost 8 pounds over the 10 days, which is great in that short of a timeframe. Days 2 and 3 were a little rough, but the results, in the end, speak for themselves.
I recommend you drink a lot of water while on this; 2 liters or 8 cups per day should be your minimum to avoid any headaches or dehydration.
I know there is a lot of Purium cleanse reviews out there, but I wanted to share my results with you. I hope you found it helpful.
If you are looking for more information you can always check out the reviews on Amazon as well.
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