Considering all the chemicals we’re exposed to on a daily basis, whether through the air we breathe or the foods we eat, it’s perfectly reasonable to think that we need to occasionally “flush” our system in order to live a happier, healthier life.
After all, it makes sense that if our body isn’t functioning with maximum efficiency, this can lead to unwanted symptoms such as tiredness, irritability, weight gain, and more.
This is where detox supplements come in. According to these manufacturers, detox supplements can provide a wide range of benefits; from improving digestion and increasing energy, to boosting your metabolism and reducing your cholesterol.
But here’s the catch: You may not need a “cleanse” at all. Because of this, we take a good, hard look at some of the most popular detox supplements and dissect their claims in order to make you a more informed consumer.
Be on the lookout for: Ingredients that don’t provide any benefit other than promoting bowel movements, free trials and autoship programs, and very high prices.
Mariela: I signed up for the free trial and next thing I knew, they were charging my account $95.00, $59.00 for the cleanse, and for a subscription that I never ordered. I called the number that they had...
Larry Scheer: I recently wrote a review for the Organic Juice Cleanse products (a few minutes ago). I just called their customer service and was very pleased with their support and kind regard. There was virtually...