I’ve never heard of them, but did a 30 second browse of their website. I think I saw the word “cleanse” 10 times. In any case, I always emphasize proper nutrition with clients first. The only supplements I would consider are: multi-vitamin, fish oil, whey protein, and creatine. Perhaps I will add to this list, but I don’t even recommend anything more than the first two with 95% of clients.
Most people looking for a “cleanse” don’t eat fruits, vegetables, and diet with considerable variety. If they did, they probably wouldn’t want to do a cleanse.
I have a chronically negative reaction to MLM companies but I attempt to not let this cloud my judgement.
I had never heard of this company and their products before, and I am generally not a proponent for the use of supplement beyond a multivitamin that stays within the bounds of a reasonable percent of RDA. It appears that this company has a powder or product for any circumstance which always goes at the expense of eating real food. I noticed that all products I checked have very high levels of B12. The ones I saw had 1000% or higher. I pulled up a statement from the Mayo clinic on high levels of B12 here http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vitamin-B12/NS_patient-vitaminb12/DSECT….
Personally, I would stay away from all of it, and I would also advise my clients accordingly.