Anyone tried a the acai berry and colon cleanse diet?

im getting acai berry supplements and colon cleanse supplements from a local health food store, so the products are not a scam. has anyone tried a diet of combining those two supplements and lost weight? and if so how much?

4 comments

  • josette

    Acai berry is proven a scam, but colon cleanse diet is very important for everyone to prevent colon cancer, visit this site

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    to learn how to cleanse your colons, improve your digestion and conquer colon cancer, number 2 cancer killer.

  • Janice

    It don’t work!! Me and my mom tried it and it is just a waste of money!

  • Jelly

    You don’t need that stuff to lose weight or ‘cleanse’.
    1. Eat right; drink water
    2. Exercise
    3. Sleep
    *Positive mental occupation

  • Hannibal the Cannibal

    No, sugar, the advertising IS a scam.

    Colon cleanses are great if you’re not pooping regularly. That’s ALL they’re designed to do. They push them as a diet aid because they know people like you will waste their money on them in hopes to lose weight without having to eat right and exercise.

    Acai is a great antioxidant that also comes with protein and omega-3 (only if you eat the berry or drink the puree, not if you take the pills). It can give you more energy. That’s it, but they push them as a diet aid because they know people like you will waste their money on them in hopes to lose weight without having to eat right and exercise.

    So, in other words, spend that money on a gym membership and some healthy food instead of a bunch of crap that’s advertised for you to blow your money.

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