14-Day Acai Berry Cleanse, is it real? and another additional question.?

Question by BrokenDream: 14-Day Acai Berry Cleanse, is it real? and another additional question.?
I’m trying my best to have a new better start or lifestyle, and one thing I want to start with is losing weight. Even though I have asthma, I just find it troublesome to lost weight at my best sometimes. I exercise at a good rate, but then asthma make it hard for me and I just can’t seem to lose weight clearly.

Recently my dad brought these pills called “14-Day Acai Berry Cleanse”, which suppose to help you lose weight by flushing your body system. When I looked it up online, I get mix reviews that some people say that it help them lose weight, while others say of just being more of a laxative then actually being helpful.

Truthfully I don’t what it really is, so here’s my question.

Have anyone have a personal experience, or know someone who used 14-Day Acai Berry Cleanse?
If so, can you give me your review of the product?

Do anyone know any true review link about this product?

Lastly as a additional question,
Give or take that the 14-Day Acai Berry Cleanse does or doesn’t work, what medical weight loss medicine that can be store brought would you suggest using? I really would like to try my best to lose this weight. =/

Best answer:

Answer by JerryJ
The main purpose of products like that is to promote weight loss by lightening your wallet. There is little regulation and no clinical trials to ensure efficacy and safety.


Here is a recent example:

“Irwin Naturals enters $ 2.65 million settlement. Irwin Naturals, of Los Angeles, CA, has agreed pay $ 2.65 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the District Attorneys of Orange, Alameda, Marin, Monterey, Napa, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Solano, and Sonoma counties. The suit, filed about two years ago, charged that the company:

Violated Proposition 65, which requires a warning label on products that expose the consumer to over half a microgram of lead per day.

Marketed hoodia products that did not contain the Hoodia gordonii herb.

Laboratory testing revealed that certain Irwin Naturals products, Green Tea Fat Metabolizer and Green Tea Fat Burner, contained over half a microgram of lead. Samples of the company’s System Six and Green Tea Fat Meltdown dietary supplements tested up to 10 times over the legal limit of lead and Green Tea Fat Burner tested over 14 times over the legal limit of lead.
Failed to reimburse customers in timely fashion for returned products.”


Diets to lose weight don’t work because the body goes into a kind of starvation mode where is squirrels away every spare calorie as fat and can even use bone and muscle tissue for energy. You need to eat sensibly as recommended in the Harvard Eating Pyramid and exercise at your target heart rate to reduce the percentage of body fat.


– what medical weight loss medicine that can be store brought would you suggest using

None. If you must have a product, see your doctor and get real medicine.

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