Ven Cleanse the exclusive blend
Does a 100% natural formula effective for all types of people and all types of weight loss goals appeal to you? That’s what VEN CLEANSE, the slimming pill we’re testing today, is all about.
Ven Cleanse presentation and promises
The official Ven Cleanse website doesn’t give much information about the product.
Here are the benefits of the Ven Cleanse slimming pill, if we are to believe the information gathered:
- Targets stubborn belly fat;
- Free: a detox and cleansing supplement;
- 1 bottle of pills free with every order;
- A diet guide ;
- A meal guide;
- Money-back guarantee.
Ven Cleanse, the Manufacturer
Here again, the official website provides very little information.
Apparently, the company behind Ven Cleanse is based in the USA and Canada, and the products are made in the USA.
The site also lists a London-based company, known as EuroTone Pro Ltd, which has since been dissolved, in connection with Ven Cleanse.
A lack of transparency on the part of the manufacturer, concerning its activity, its premises and the manufacturing standards used for the product, are signs that invite the consumer to be wary.
Moreover, Ven Cleanse presents itself as a free trial offer, a fairly common practice in the slimming products sector, against which we warn our readers in the following article, which can be consulted HERE.
We’ll explain the Ven Cleanse offer in more detail in the Price & Guarantee section of this article.
The ingredients in Ven Cleanse
The Ven Cleanse formula and the dosage of each ingredient are not given on the official website. It’s the product label that gives us the information we’re looking for.
Ven Cleanse therefore comprises a fairly substantial number of ingredients, whose properties are summarized below.
1. Psyllium husks :
Psyllium has the particularity of forming a gel in the stomach, which will improve digestion and promote the elimination of waste and toxins present in the intestine.
The formation of this gel also has appetite-suppressant effects.
Psyllium is best known for combating constipation, slightly lowering blood cholesterol levels and reducing blood sugar in cases of diabetes.
Rich in antioxidants, papaya is also high in fiber.
With 2.7g of fiber for just ½ fruit, papaya is one of the satiating foods that help regulate and control food intake.
Papaya contains catechins and carotenoids.
Mangosteen is a powerful antioxidant that fights allergies, digestive tract disorders and helps prevent cardiovascular disease.
No studies have yet been carried out to demonstrate the therapeutic effects of mangosteen on humans.
4. Bentonite clay :
Bentonite clay is a volcanic and hydrothermal clay.
It is highly effective at loosening the various substances trapped in the intestinal walls, and ensures a powerful, natural cleansing of toxins, fungi and other bacteria.
Clay has long been used in traditional medicine, in Africa, India and even by Amerindians to combat gastrointestinal diseases.
Science has yet to approve the use of clay in medicine.
5. Walnut bark:
A powerful natural antifungal that cleanses the body, especially the digestive tract.
Walnut bark is a bitter astringent and mild laxative.
Walnut bark is best known for its external use to treat all kinds of skin infections.
6. Oat fiber:
Oats are very rich in soluble fiber.
It also contains phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, iron, selenium, vitamin B1, copper, pantothenic acid and zinc.
Of all cereals, it is the richest in lipids and unsaturated fatty acids.
7. Flax seeds:
They have antifungal properties, aid digestion and are rich in antioxidants.
Rich in fiber, they improve intestinal transit and, thanks to their natural laxative effect, help evacuate waste.
Plums have well-known laxative properties.
It also has the capacity to increase the quantity of antioxidants present in the body, and to reduce bad cholesterol.
Plums have many well-known benefits: they reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, and certain chronic illnesses such as constipation, cancer, anxiety, osteoporosis…
9. Aloe Vera:
This plant is used as a highly effective moisturizer and skin healer.
It also has the power to purify intestinal flora, and is slightly laxative.
This plant is generally used as a gel, topically or orally, to reduce glucose levels in diabetics, relieve occasional constipation and treat mild skin infections.
Ven Cleanse’s other ingredients
In addition to the ingredients already mentioned, Ven cleanse also contains:
1. L. Acidophilus:
This is a probiotic lactic acid bacterium that acts as an intestinal anti-infective, aids digestion, treats diarrhoea and boosts the immune system.
2. Apple Pectin:
Apple pectin improves satiety and slows digestion.
By forming a gel in the stomach, this ingredient traps sugars and fats, which are then evacuated naturally.
Glucomannan fibers are derived from konjac, a tropical perennial plant to which we have dedicated an article.
With an exceptional capacity to absorb water, the original volume of these fibers can multiply up to 100 times after absorbing the water present in the stomach. This provides a feeling of satiety, which in turn reduces the amount of food, and therefore calories, ingested.
Clinical studies on Ven Cleanse
The official Ven Cleanse website announces that its product is backed by a scientific secret that is beginning to make international headlines.
Unfortunately, this is the only information the site provides. So if you want to find out more about this increasingly famous so-called secret, well, you’ll have to wait and see!
Let’s look in the “Experts” section of the site, perhaps we’ll find more information.
Again, nothing very reliable. We come across one woman’s testimony about regular exercise.
So we’re still not sure about the scientific aspects of Ven Cleanse.
For our part, we took a closer look at the two ingredients that Ven cleanse highlights: psyllium and oat seeds.
We’ve certainly found quite a few studies dealing with these two ingredients. We’d like to mention two recent studies which look at these two ingredients in isolation (as a reminder, no studies have yet been carried out on the Ven cleanse blend as a whole).
The first study looks at the effects of oats on satiety.
This study concluded that ß-glucan, the viscous soluble fiber in oats, has a positive effect on the perception of satiety.
(Source: NCBI. Rebello CJ., O’Neill CE., Greenway FL. Nutr Rev. 2016 Feb;74(2):131-47. doi: 10.1093/nutrit/nuv063. Epub 2016 Jan 2. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the International Life Sciences Institute.).
Secondly, we cite this study, which consists of a meta-analysis of data in euglycemic subjects, patients at risk of diabetes 2, and patients treated for type 2 diabetes, aimed at determining the effect of psyllium fibers in improving glycemic control proportional to the loss of glycemic control.
This study is based on randomized clinical trials spanning 3 decades and carried out on three continents.
This study concluded that psyllium can be an effective adjunct to a type 2 diabetes treatment program.
(Source: NCBI. Procter & Gamble Co, Mason, OH. Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics and. Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition, Duke Department of Medicine, Duke University, Durham, NC. Gibb RD, McRorie JW Jr, Russell DA, Hasselblad V, D’Alessio DA. Am J Clin Nutr. 2015 Dec;102(6):1604-14. doi: 10.3945/ajcn.115.106989. Epub 2015 Nov 11).
How does this study relate to weight loss? Blood glucose.
Blood sugar is the amount of sugar in the blood.
Blood sugar levels after a meal trigger the secretion of insulin. Depending on the amount of insulin released, this can lead to weight gain. Controlling blood sugar levels means controlling weight.
Side effects and contraindications
The label contains recommendations for the use of Ven Cleanse.
Ven Cleanse is not recommended for :
- Pregnant or breast-feeding women;
- People under 18 years of age;
- People taking medication or suffering from any medical condition.
Testimonials from Ven Cleanse users
It’s fair to say that those who have bought Ven Cleanse all have unanimously negative opinions!
Despite the warranty, it seems impossible to return the products for a refund. What’s more, the weight-loss results obtained with Ven Cleanse seem to be close to 0.
Ven Cleanse price and guarantee
So what about that free trial offer we mentioned earlier?
If you read the terms and conditions carefully, you’ll find out what to expect when you order Ven Cleanse.
In reality, your order is a subscription to a trial offer. The conditions are as follows:
- You will pay $4.95 when you order.
- If you do nothing to cancel your subscription within 16 days of placing your order, you will be charged the full price of the bottle, €109.95, after 1 month.
- If you still do nothing, you’ll receive a new bottle of Ven Cleanse every month, and will automatically be charged the full monthly price of 109.95€.
As for the guarantee, the site mentions a 100% money-back guarantee.
Our opinion on Ven Cleanse
The information we’ve gathered about Ven Cleanse leads us to reject this slimming pill.
A trial offer that barely conceals a scam, misleading claims of scientific validation, a company in total limbo. We prefer to advise our readers to turn to products recognized for their efficacy, and reliable manufacturers.