Last Friday marked the end of my 7 day GNC cleansing process. For the first three days nothing of note happened and I felt no change in my system. However, during day four I felt an almost uncontrollable rumble which let me know that I would not be able to contain myself until the work day was over. (You can read between the lines) Let's just say I wanted to ensure that the coast was clear before I was seen entering the restroom. This continued from days 4-7.
The pre fiber mix that you have to take at breakfast was not bad at all. While it was not a tasty treat that I would reach for if I needed a snack, it was certainly bearable. I was really expecting a harsh taste but it was something I could drink regularly, not that it was delicious, it just wasn't as bad as I had anticipated.
This total cleanse is supposed to clean out your liver, kidneys, entire intestinal system and improve our blood circulation. Aside from the instestinal cleansing, how am I supposed to know if this worked? Both my liver and kidneys appeared to be working quite well before I hopped on this system, so I can not say for a certainty that anything has happened in that area. The same goes for better blood circulation, I can not detect a difference.
One point of note is that I believe this system suppressed my appetite, I didn't have a craving for any additional snacks or treats. Perhaps it's the cayenne pepper in the system that kept my feelings of hunger under wraps. Cayenne pepper is also supposed to help with the circulation of the blood so maybe something has improved in my system, who knows???
The salesman told me that after finishing this cleanse any vitamins that I would put into my system would be better absorbed and it would become more effective. Following the cleanse I took the acai pills for the first time and I think I did get a boost of energy. The only problem is that I didn't try the pill before the cleanse so perhaps I would have felt the same energy related boost.
I wouldn't hesistate to do this cleanse again.
To make a long story short, I tried the Diamond Shine nail hardener by Sally Hansen. This product can be used as a top coat, base coat, or nail hardener. Yes, it keeps my polish shiny but it also extends the life of my polish. My nails are notably stronger so I am very pleased. This product was roughly $4.00.
How do you keep your nails strong?