Technically, it should. If you do some research on the "primary" ingredients, you will find most of them deal with, or are related to "releasing" fluid, breaking down toxins, etc....the thing is, a lot of the stuff you will find comes from "history" or "native american" use -it's all about "alternative medicine" which is why the FDA doesn't approve any supplements. Bottom line, people have been using some of these ingredients for ages, they just get packaged nicely for consumer use.
Whether or not it'll remove "all" toxins, I think that's impossible, since you're constantly intaking new toxins from the air you breathe, the water you drink, and the food you eat....no matter how careful you are.
I've read suggestions to change your diet when on these "cleansers" - for example, switch to a vegetarian-ish diet.....eating lighter, etc....to make it easier to cleanse.
I'm kinda curious though, usually the Spring Valley supplements are cheaper than the "national brands" - but the Detox7 at the store next to this 7-Day Cleanser, was 10 bucks, whereas this product was in the $20 range.....
Both seem to work the same way, Fiber packet in the morning, and then a mix of probiotics for the evening.
Perhaps this one works better though? From reading this outline, it appears this has 3 packets, an immediate wake up packet treatment, then a "breakfast" packet, then a dinner/PM packet.....the Detox7 was more "straight forward" fiber packet in the morning with water, and then the caplets for lunch, and then dinner/bedtime, with increased dosage each day.
answered 5 years ago
- Cocoa, FL