Forever Living Clean 9 Review

Forever Living Clean 9 Review


Update: Apr 14, 2022

The Clean 9 program by Forever Living is a cleansing program meant to work to help with your weight management in just 9 days time.* On the main website the founders claim that this product will help you “to look better and feel better and begin to eliminate stored toxins that may be keeping you from absorbing the maximum nutrients in your food.* You’ll also begin to feel lighter and more energized as you prove you can take control of your appetite and see your body begin to change.”* This is a rather hefty claim, seeing as 9 days is no time at all to see actual results.

Each Clean 9 Pak Contains:

2 1 liter bottles of Aloe Vera Gel®, 1 pouch of Forever Lite Ultra, Shake Mix, Clean 9 Nutrition Pak, 18 tablets of Forever Therm™, 9 stick paks of Forever Fiber™, 54 soft gels of Forever Garcinia Plus®

You can choose from either chocolate or vanilla shakes throughout the nine days when you purchase your Clean 9 pak.

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Do Dieters Lose Weight On Clean 9?

The question is, do dieters lose the weight, and keep it off after nine days time? Sadly no, and the reviews for this product were unimpressive to say the least. People noticed the amounts of supplements were not lacking by any means, but the restrictive caloric diet led them to a mere starvation style diet for a little over a week. Not to mention some of the products in their “Pak” contain laxatives, so you will be losing weight on the toilet too. This does not come as a surprise to me, as this short nine day deadline has to speak for itself in order for products to sell. The weight you will lose (if any at all) is not long term weight loss, rather water weight and simple malnutrition of the body with exercise incorporated. No wonder this product got terrible reviews.

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Is Clean 9 Easy To Follow?

No, you are given a ton of different supplements to take on a daily basis and the overall idea behind nine days is confusing to say the least (it is not a long term fix). This is simply a crash diet that will have you down a couple pounds initially, only to find yourself gaining back the weight the minute the nine days are up. The first two days of the program you are not eating any meals. That is really hard on your body. You are then supposed to intake no more than 600 calories (for the whole day) the rest of your time on the diet. OUCH!

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Don’t fall for this marketing scam of a program. It is not meant to be a weight loss tool for the long term, rather you are just starving your body for over a week. Of course you will lose some weight going this route, but you are not going to be very happy when you see the weight come right back on (and then some) after a week+ of torture to your body. It is expensive (over $100.00) for absolutely no results that are healthy and sustainable whatsoever! Don’t be fooled, but instead get informed!

1 Comment
  1. I have to disagree with your post. I have done the Clean 9 before and I’ve started it again after a lovely holiday in France. I find it’s the only program I can do and NOT starve. In comparison to the Beach Body 21 Day Fix, this is way less intense and a lot easier, in my opinion. I find it’s extremely easy to follow as everything is labeled and serving sizes are clear. I can’t imagine it being any easier, actually. I’m not grumpy nor hungry, and I have more energy, even on day one again (I started my second round this morning). Last time I lost 9 lbs in the 9 days and I would have kept if off if it weren’t for magnificent French food on my holiday. I actually joined the company because I liked it so much (among other reasons).

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