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Juice Cleanse Detox: Why You Should Avoid This Trend

For many years, a juice cleanse was considered the fastest way to lose those unwanted pounds, while it’s also the go-to method when it comes to kick-starting a new diet. Unfortunately, despite many so-called wellness gurus who swear by these cleanses, there is very little science that backs up this practice. Moreover, while you may lose weight initially, it is bound to come back as soon as you are eating like you normally do. Which is why you should actually be focusing on your day-to-day diet, not a quick fix that is going to cause more harm than good in the long run.

Here is why you should avoid this trend.

First off, the juice cleanse has just been listed by the British Dietetic Association as one of their top diets to avoid. In 2019, dietians in the UK (and SA alike!) are advising people avoid detox teas, an element that is usually incorporated in a juice cleanse.

What does a detox diet entail?

What is the safest liver detox/cleanse I can buy?

Can you please share with me your experiences with liver detox. Is it really safe and do you feel much better after the cleanse. If you have used a brand you like please let me know.
Thanks


I've read alot on fitness boards, guys that use oral roids use milk thistle to counter the negatives. Thats the only thing I've heard of.


try LIVERAIDE or LIVERMIN capsules

liver cleanse / detox without a gallbladder?

I want to do a liver cleanse / detox (the one with epsom salt, then olive oil, apple juice every 2 hours etc), but had my gallbladder removed. Is this something I can still do without a gallbladder? It sounds like this process helps get rid of gallstones,


'Liver cleanses' and 'gallbladder flushes' are not advisable. Firstly, it's impossible to 'cleanse' or 'flush' the liver or the gallbladder with anything. Nothing that you swallow enters your gallbladder at any point in the digestive process, and by the


'Liver cleanses' and 'gallbladder flushes' are not advisable. Firstly, it's impossible to 'cleanse' or 'flush' the liver or the gallbladder with anything. Nothing that you swallow enters your gallbladder at any point in the digestive process, and by the