Is Garcinia Forte and Cleanse Plus a scam?
Garcinia Forte and Cleanse plus are often offered advertised together (usually on facebook), or recommended as a package buy, to promote weight loss in two very different ways.
Both are manufactured by the same company and can be bought online from their respective website. Both have individual, typically glossy websites; but the question is, are they worth the money, and should you buy them?
What is the Garcinia Forte fat burner offer?
This tag team product offer aims to help you lose weight by working on the body in two ways; the concept is to cleanse and detox the body thoroughly, while improving digestion with Cleanse Plus, before moving onto Garcinia Forte in order to utilise its unique fat burning properties while your system is working to its optimum.
The idea is good in theory, but so many of these type of brands are just out to make money, and its worth looking closely at both products in order to see if you are in fact getting a good deal.
So, how does it all work?
For this we need to look at both products separately;
Cleanse Plus is one of many detox products on the market that claim to eliminate toxins, waste, and parasites from the body and improve digestion, thus helping the dieting process and making you feel better overall.
Detoxing is a brilliant idea when it’s done correctly and can be extremely beneficial to overall health and wellbeing.
The problem we have with Cleanse Plus is that nowhere does it say exactly what is in the capsules that does the so-called ‘detoxing’. There is no information regarding ingredients whatsoever but we can assume it is little more than a high fibre concentration that is designed to be a mild laxative.
As for Garcinia Forte, we already know that Garcinia Cambogia is a highly sought after ingredient in the dieting world; it works by blocking the body’s production of Citrate Lyase, an enzyme that is responsible for turning excess carbs into fat.
It also helps control blood glucose levels and studies indicate that it can also boost serotonin within the brain, making it a valid appetite suppressant for emotional eaters.
Garcinia Forte fat burner claims to be nothing but 100% pure Garcinia Cambogia and contains the recommended 60% HCA (its active ingredient), however, there is no mention of the actual amount of garcinia extract contained in each capsule.
This is concerning, as the ingredient information should really be the selling point of such a product. Is this product cashing in on the recent success of Garcinia? Could it just contain a miniscule amount which will have no effect? Without clear ingredient information its impossible to say.
Customer reviews of Garcinia Forte
We found no independent customer reviews online either, which is never a good sign. What testimonials there are on the webpages are clearly cherry picked, and there is no opportunity to submit your own review or feedback. We did find a website that had given Garcinia Forte fat burner a very poor two out of five stars, and comments were made about extremely bad customer service.
Is it worth buying?
It’s impossible to make an honest judgement on either of these products, particularly Cleanse Plus.
It is never recommended that you take any supplement without knowing what is in it, and Cleanse Plus doesn’t even offer any hint at what its ‘active ingredient’ might be.
Garcinia Cambogia does have some clinical evidence that supports its use as a weight-loss aid.
However, Garcinia Forte looks suspiciously like a company trying to cash in on its media attention and there are enough reputable brands out there to warrant buying this supplement elsewhere.
We recently looked at Garcinia Cambogia as an ingredient for weight loss in our recent investigation –
Click here to see which Garcinia supplement we recommend.