Aloe vera juice is quite different from topical gel versions, so make sure the label specifies use as a dietary supplement or juice. Supplements aren't put through the same rigorous testing as drugs, so safety levels remain unknown; consumption may cause interaction with other items like drugs, herbs or foods, according to the American Cancer Society. Some reported side effects include gastrointestinal upset, electrolyte imbalance and liver inflammation in people who drank aloe juice for longer than a few weeks. As with any supplement, check with your doctor first.
Just drinking Aloe Vera juice won't help you lose weight! You need to eat properly and exercise.
Thank you very much! Yes I know , I need to eat properly and excersie. I am already doing that ^
Good! Keep up the good work. If you need any advice please just ask and If
I know the answer I'll give it.
Thank you very much! Well , besides eating healthy and excersing what could make me lose weight speedy quick?