NutraMetrix is a Market America brand. Market America is a multi-level marketing (MLM) company that operates brands including nutraMetrix, TLS Weight Loss Solution, and Gene SNP.
NutriClean Aloe is a dangerous laxative. It contains what is considered a dangerously high serving of Aloe that is way in excess of safety limits. And with over 1000mg a serving as here, Aloe may even be fatal for some users. Although there is no real reason for detox supplements because they do nothing for good health, we do understand that some people suffer from constipation and are looking for relief. If you feel that you need help in opening your bowels and are unable to see a doctor for advice, probably any other laxative on the market would be better than this one.
Potential side effects may include abdominal pain, diarrhoea, kidney problems, blood in the urine, muscle weakness, contractions in the uterus. In addition, taking over 1000mg of Aloe as is recommended here, could actually be fatal for some users.
NutriClean Aloe may lead to dehydration. Symptoms of dehydration include thirst, dry mouth, fatigue, dizziness, heart palpitations, confusion, fainting, inability to sweat or urinate, weight loss, and high temperature.
Discontinue use if you experience side effects and seek medical advice.
The price varies depending on where you buy it.
Buy directly from the nutraMetrix website and it costs $17.75 for a bottle of 30 capsules (15 servings).
You can subscribe to autoship for a saving of 5%. We do not recommend this option. There is no reason to take this supplement long term and it would be a serious health risk if you did.
You can also buy NutriClean Aloe via Amazon sellers. Prices vary. The new styled bottle of NutriClean Aloe is currently on sale for a whopping $105 for 30 capsules. One customer did buy it for this price.
You can also find the old style bottle on sale for around $42.00 depending on the seller. This seems more easily available, so it seems that Market America distributors have a lot of old stock on their hands!
NutriClean Aloe is a shockingly bad supplement. This overpriced laxative will do nothing for your health and is actually dangerous. Aloe is not generally recommended as safe (GRAS) by the FDA who are concerned about the possible link with taking Aloe supplements and cancer, and side effects are a common problem with many users.
Although some people have been satisfied for its use as a constipation remedy, this is not a safe treatment. If you have made dietary changes such as additional fibre, fruits, and water, and you still have constipation, you should visit your doctor or your pharmacist for medical advice. There are plenty of effective laxatives on the market which will be fine for occasional use. If you do not have a problem you do not need to take a laxative for some kind of made up health reason. This supplement will cause health issues, not improve digestive health. Your colon really does not need “cleansing” as claimed.
In our opinion, NutriClean Aloe should be taken off the market and we would never approve such a dangerous product. We do not recommend NutraMetrix NutriClean Aloe to the Watchdog readers.
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NutriClean Aloe is a detox supplement that is supposed to promote colon health by helping, (possibly propelling at great speed), food to move through the digestive tract. It contains just two ingredients; Aloe Ferox and Aloe Barbadensis, which are both varieties of the Aloe, a subtropical plant that may have many health benefits. However, the principle function is that Aloe works as a laxative when ingested and that is what it will do here.
Many people believe that taking laxatives, AKA a detox, is good for colon health and of course healthy bowel movements are important, but unless you have a problem there is no real reason to even think of your colon. It manages just fine in most cases, and with the rest of your digestive system is an ideal way to remove waste and toxins from your body. It’s almost as if the body was actually built this way!
Despite this, detox supplements are popular. Many people believe that detoxing is good for health and has numerous benefits including increased energy, improve skin tone, and weight loss. There is no evidence that this is true and medical opinion is united in this opinion. Check out our investigation into detox teas to find out more
In fairness to the NutriClean advertising, none of these benefits are actually mentioned, but the bottle description of “Cleanse Detox and Balance” does sound as if it should be something that is good for you.
NutriClean Aloe is a supplement in capsule form. It has recently had a change to packaging. The old packaging featured a maroon coloured tub, but has now been changed to a white tub with a light green/yellow design of flowers and lettering. Both packaging types are still available and as far as we know, there have not been any changes made to the product otherwise.
In the new packaging, NutriClean Aloe fits more easily with the NutriClean Digestive, Liver, and Colon Maintenance 7-Day Cleansing System, a three-product system said to improve digestion. You are advised that you can take NutriClean Aloe in combination with the 7-day system; alternatively, you can take it after you have finished.
NutraMetrix is a brand on sale from Market America. This huge company is a Multi-Level Marketing company although it prefers the description the UnFranchise Business. Whatever it calls itself Market America is run along MLM lines, with downlines, overpriced product bundles for new sellers to buy and the whole shebang of MLM. We covered Market America in a previous investigation and did not like what we saw!
We have reviewed many nutraMetrix supplements in previous reviews too. These include the Isotonix range of overpriced vitamin supplements, and so-called health supplements such as nutriMex Greens.
We have also covered some of the TLS range of weight loss products including TLS ThermoChrome.
We had to look at the product brochure to find this out because the product advertising is very short on information.
According to this information, there are key features, although the last three points are all claiming the same thing in different words!
As a part of the nutraMetrix NutriClean® family of detoxifying, cleansing and restorative dietary supplements, Aloe helps to further promote colon health after or during the use of our NutriClean Digestive, Liver and Colon Maintenance 7-Day Cleansing System. It can also be taken alone when one feels that their colon is functioning sluggishly.
The nutraMetrix NutriClean Aloe promotes peristalsis, promoting movement of food through the digestive tract which helps maintain a healthy colon. This product provides unparalleled natural relief from occasional constipation and slow digestion.
NutriClean Aloe will work as a laxative, so yes it in this way it will work. However, there is nothing safe or “balancing” about this supplement. Aloe laxatives are not generally recognised as safe by the FDA (GRAS) and research suggests that there are links to cancer.
In addition, side effects are a major issue. Aloe contains a natural chemical called Aloin that works as a laxative by causing the colon to contract and so push the food through the body. It is strong and supplement use can lead to a range of side effects including uterine contractions, as well as diarrhoea and abdominal pain.
Serving size is equal to 2 capsules.
Aloe is a succulent plant that grows in subtropical hot environments with different species native to different countries. There are many different types of Aloe with Aloe Vera the best known, but all Aloes are similar and known by the jelly-like substance inside the plant’s leaf and a type of latex, a milky white substance just beneath the skin. Both parts have their uses and when the whole leaf is used as here, it contains a combination of both. The latex part of the leaf is well known as a laxative. Aloe laxatives are not generally recommended as safe by the US food and drug administration (GRAS) because some evidence shows they may be carcinogenic. In addition, Aloe laxatives are associated with many common side effects that may be dangerous.
According to medical advice, Aloe is potentially unsafe at any dose when ingested and even more so in high serving sizes as here. The usual serving size as a constipation remedy is only 200mg so with over 1000mg a serving here, side effects are could be dangerous. Taking over 1g a day over a week could be fatal.
Side effects may include:
Aloe may cause dehydration. Symptoms of dehydration include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18 or if you are pregnant, nursing or trying to conceive. This supplement could cause miscarriage.
NutraMetrix provides warnings: This product contains aloe. Do not use if you have or develop diarrhea, loose stools or abdominal pain because aloe may worsen these conditions and be harmful to your health.
Consult your physician if you have frequent diarrhea. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.
This product contains aloe emodin. If you are vomiting or running a fever, do not use this product. Consult your physician if you are using Digoxin or prescription diuretics, or experience a sudden change in bowel habits that has persisted for two weeks prior to taking this product. Do not take this product longer than one week unless directed by your physician.
There are some customer reviews on Amazon. One woman bought NutriClean Aloe in the new packaging and was appalled at the price,
This is amazing stuff, only problem is I have been buying for the last 5 years and never paid over $22.00 now for some reason it’s sky rocketed to over $100.00! WTF? Is going on?
NutriClean Aloe is also still available to buy in the original packaging and because this has been around for longer it has generated more customer reviews although there are only 12 in total.
Amazon comments include,
Works TOO well… I take one and I have diarrhea for 3 days straight. However, it is the only thing that actually works for me. Might try taking a half or third of a pill and see what happens
Way too strong for me – kept me awake all night. It does cleanse the entire system out so maybe take during day.
Many customers have tried reducing the serving,
I have tried everything and this is the only stuff that helps me to go to the bathroom. Yes, that’s right. It works. I take half a pill and I am regular. Finally!
There are positive reviews posted on the official NutraMetrix product page but they are not believable. Many if not all come from people who have a vested interest in selling this supplement as “An independent distributor of nutraMetrix and Market America products or a nutraMetrix HP (A health professional who is an independent distributor of nutraMetrix and Market America products).
There is no money-back guarantee offered on this supplement.
You can buy NutriClean Aloe direct from the official nutraMetrix website. It is also on sale via Amazon and from various outlets, or individuals selling Market America products.
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