Whole Food’s 365 vs Trader Joe’s Complete Body Cleanse

Update in 2020: I have not seen the Complete Body Cleanse at Trader Joe’s for over a year. It’s still available at Whole Foods – here if you use Amazon Whole Foods deliver or here via Amazon Pantry.

I’ve written a lot about cleansing, particularly the Clean Cleanse. I’ve spent many long hours standing in the vitamin aisles at health food stores so that you won’t have to. 🙂

Since I’ve tried both the Complete Body Cleanses from Whole Food’s 365 brand (reviewed here) and the Trader Joe’s brand and I wanted to show you my findings. Is one better than the other? From comparing the ingredients, I’ve learned that the two cleanses are exactly the same. WF sells theirs for about $5 more.

Let’s take a look…

As you can see, the ingredients in both are exactly the same, except for different branding. I was tricked earlier last year when I looked at the Liver Support labels since it looked like Whole Food’s had 2x the dosage of the one from TJ’s. However, upon second look, I now see that the serving size for the Whole Food cleanse is for 2 pills vs 1. They tricked me!!

The price is pretty equal between the two, so I recommend getting whatever’s available to you if you’re wondering which one to purchase.

As far as the schedule of when you take these pills, here’s what you can expect from both cleanses:

Week 1

1) Digest – 3 tablets at night
2) Liver Support – 1 capsules at night
3) Fiber Formula – 4 capsules in the morning and 4 at night

Week 2

1) Digest – 2 tablets at night
2) Liber Support – 1 capsule in the morning, and 2 at night
3) Fiber Formula – 4 capsules in the morning and 4 at night

The Digest supplement is the biggest one, but not completely terrible to take. I think these cleanses are definitely effective in helping your body get rid of toxins.

For a complete review, see my Complete Body Cleanse Product Review.

Hope you found this useful. Would love to hear your experiences with either product!

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