KFOREHAND23, most cleanses are scams, too; your body's not a toilet, and you can't flush it. Your liver and kidneys are already well equipped to rid your body of toxins and other things that aren't good for it, and cleanses don't speed nor help weight loss.
"Natural" is a marketing term that means absolutely nothing as far as your health's concerned; it's not regulated anyway, so manufacturers can use it with only a fraction of the ingredients being actually "natural" -- there are actually a lot of "natural" things that are actually harmful!
When choosing what to put in your body, avoid marketing scams, which unfortunately most of the weight-loss industry is full of. Cleanses aren't necessary, and may be harmful depending on the ones you choose (ever heard of master cleanse? Nothing but "natural" ingredients there, but people have landed in the hospital because of it.)
The only cleanse you need is one that affects your shelves and pantry. Cleanse your kitchen of processed foods. Cleanse your body with whole foods, instead of processed, prepackaged stuff. Whole foods do more than any pill or fad diet or cleanse will ever be able to do!
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 9/2/2013 (16:00)
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