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ProFlora Colonizer – The Overview
ProFlora Colonizer is a brand of colon supplement which claims to help users to clear digestive upsets. It is marketed and sold on an official website which is reasonably well-designed and informative but there are no purchase options. There are some details about the manufacturer also their location is known and customers can only contact them via email. The site does not contain customer success stories, although the supplement is said to have been clinically tested, results from the studies are not shown.
Ingredients Contained in this Product
Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Bifidum, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus
ProFlora Colonizer – Product Description
ProFlora Colonizer contains a very standard blend of natural botanicals, vitamins and minerals, including Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Bifidum, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus. These ingredients are often found in colon formulas and said to work synergistically with the body. However, while the manufacturer lists the key active ingredients and their benefits, the full list is shown. It is said that, when taken at a dose of 2 capsules 2 times a day, ProFlora Colonizer produces an results. However, there are no clinical study results shown to back up these claims and results will vary depending on the lifestyle changes.
Good about ProFlora Colonizer
- Key ingredients are listed
- Dosage instructions are provided
Bad about ProFlora Colonizer
- Clinical trial results are not provided
- Ingredients are not explained in detail
- There are no customer success stories
ProFlora Colonizer – The Bottom Line
ProFlora Colonizer does contain some key ingredients that have a history of use in colon supplements. While the website gives an overall good impression of the supplement, there are very few relevant details provided and it would be helpful not only to be given more information about the formula for ProFlora Colonizer but customer success stories and clinical testing results too. Additionally, it is also important to note that given the lack of money back guarantee or returns policy, it’s likely that all sales for ProFlora Colonizer are final.