Complete Cleanse is a unique blend of natural ingredients that can be digested safely on a daily basis. In today's modern day age, we expose ourselves to foods and beverages that cause unwanted, compacted matter to build up in the walls of the colon. The purpose of Complete Cleanse is to expel this excessive, unwanted matter that is stuck within the digestive system. How does it work? Well, the psyllium husk ingredient within the Complete Cleanse creates a gel like substance once mixed with liquid. After consumption, the gel makes its way through the system, cleansing the colon and out with a more efficient bowel movement, removing the unwanted compacted fecal matter from the body. What does this do? Well, alleviating the colon and digestive system is not only a major kick start to weight loss but also provides several health benefits as well. In fact, each and every single ingredient within the Complete Cleanse provides its own special purpose. Scroll down to learn more!
What are the 6 Ingredients in Complete Cleanse?
Psyllium husk, also known as the "bathroom buddy", is a soluble dietary fiber from India that is used to help relieve constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and diarrhea. Psyllium husk is a bulk-forming laxative; meaning when taken, the psyllium soaks up the water in your gut making bowel movements soft and promoting regularity
Oat bran is a soluble fiber containing on average around 50% more fiber than oatmeal. Once ingested, oat bran typically absorbs water and forms a gel-like substance helping create a feeling of fullness. Oat bran also contains many key nutrients, such as protein, calcium, iron, thiamin, phosphorus, riboflavin, magnesium, and zinc
Chia seeds aka "natures most perfect superfood" can be used as a great source of energy. In fact "Chia" is the ancient Mayan word for "strength." Chia seeds on average have more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon, more calcium than milk, more fiber than all-bran cereal and more antioxidants than blueberries.
Pumpkin seeds contain a wide variety of nutrients ranging from magnesium, copper, protein, and zinc. Pumpkin seeds also have a high quantity of fiber and antioxidants. Supplementing pumpkin seeds into your diet can help with blood pressure, cell growth, prostate complications, diabetes and menopausal symptoms.
Flax seeds have been known to be one the world’s first cultivated superfood. On average these seeds are typically small and brown in color flax seeds are packed with multiple nutrients such as omega-3, fiber, protein, vitamin B1, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus and selenium. Flax seeds have been known to be great for your skin and hair, suppressing hunger, helping to lower your cholesterol, and can also help with neutralizing your digestive tract.
Sesame seeds though small in size, are known to have big benefits. Sesame seeds contain two unique substances; sesamin and sesamolin. Both substances belong to the lignans (a group of beneficial fibers). Sesame seeds can also help with lowering your cholesterol and can help prevent high blood pressure.
Did You Know?
61% of the adult population is overweight.
A human can carry anywhere between 5-75 lbs of compacted fecal matter in their intestines.
Cleaning out your intestines can help boost your metabolism clean colon can help reduce cellulite.
Laxatives irritate the colon and can destroy gut flora.
A clean colon can give you more energy! A colon that has been cleansed lets only water, vitamins, and nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream
Cleansing the colon can also improve concentration