hi everyone i was wondering if someone can tell me what their personal experiences were with doing a full body detox cleanse? i am starting or have started a month long one through a supplement that i take 2 in the morning for the full body cleanse and than two supps for the colon cleanse at night time. i am wondering if someone can tell me how does one know if its working(aside from using the BR alot) and two how they felt during it?
Your body does a perfectly good job of getting rid of toxins on its own.There’s no evidence that these types of diets are necessary or helpful.
While there are medical conditions that interfere with organ function and prevent the body from clearing toxins, healthy people already have a built-in detoxification system the liver, kidneys, lungs and skin.
And by attempting to flush out the “bad stuff” from our intestines, you're also "flushing out the good bacteria that keep the intestines healthy.”
Don't do it!
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