I am a teenager, I have read that this is a healthy supplement. I just want to know that if I use acai burn alone will it give me the same results as using colon cleanse and acai burn together?

Hi Megan,

Since you’re still a teenager, I’d really recommend not using any supplements at all – whether it’s colon cleanse products or acai berries. Colon cleanse products especially can mess with the natural level of bacteria in your intestines (depending on the specific brand you use and whether or not it contains a probiotic supplement). Since your body is still growing and developing, it’s best to stick with a healthy diet and exercise alone.

However, if you’re dead set on using a colon cleanse product, check out the Colon Clean brand specifically. I used that one with an acai berry supplement to lose about 43 pounds in the last three months, and can recommend it as a solid brand. If you want to learn more, check out my blog at:


5 Responses to “If I use acai burn will I get the same results without using colon cleanse?”

  1. Quicksand

    Better of that all is organic green tea will clean your body from any toxic just you need to drink it for several times in the day and you can drink it instate of water you will feel your skin and blood very healthy .good luckReferences :

  2. sparks

    I don’t think so, but ask an expert.References :

  3. Brian C

    Hello, Megan. I think it is important to understand something about acai berries – it is just a fruit. It does indeed have a high amount of antioxidants, but a quick trip to the acai page on wikipedia will show you that it is not even the top in that region, either. For the most part, it is a scam in the sense of the companies making money off of false pretenses. Sure, you will hear about people losing weight eating/taking a lot of acai, but let me ask you a serious question.. would the result have been different if it was a lot of a different fruit? Personally, I don’t think so.

    If you understand all of this and still want to have some acai, then approach it as any other fruit and enjoy yourself. However, I would stay away from the "free trials" being thrown around. You are almost guaranteed to get burned here, there are a lot of reports of people being charged for extra shipments they didn’t ask for.

    I don’t think it is very productive to just shoot down someones question and not add anything constructive however, so I’d like to recommend some reading on a diet called calorie shifting. I have heard good things about it, but I’ll drop a link below and let you decide for yourself.

    I hope that whichever path you end up taking that you do lose your unwanted weight, you will surely be a much happier person in the end for it.

    -BrianReferences :

  4. a u

    You may want to use them separately your results may vary.References :

  5. Sara B

    Hi Megan,

    Since you’re still a teenager, I’d really recommend not using any supplements at all – whether it’s colon cleanse products or acai berries. Colon cleanse products especially can mess with the natural level of bacteria in your intestines (depending on the specific brand you use and whether or not it contains a probiotic supplement). Since your body is still growing and developing, it’s best to stick with a healthy diet and exercise alone.

    However, if you’re dead set on using a colon cleanse product, check out the Colon Clean brand specifically. I used that one with an acai berry supplement to lose about 43 pounds in the last three months, and can recommend it as a solid brand. If you want to learn more, check out my blog at:References :

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