Toxins can build up silently in the liver without obvious "liver" symptoms, but instead masquerading as the following:
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Various muscle aches and pains
Inability to lose weight
Low sex drive
Mental "fog", forgetfulness
The liver is one of our most important detoxifying organs. It protects us against many environmental toxins and manmade chemicals. It is like a very fine mesh filter. This filter needs to be "flushed" every 3 to 6 months in order to maintain its filtering capacity.
Cleanse the Liver Two to Four times a year
This program consists of the basic 4 products needed by most people to do a successful liver cleansing program.
It is important to take all four formulas, including the intestinal cleansing formulas because they absorb and speed toxins such as thickened bile sludge, toxic chemicals and excess cholesterol out of the body.
If you are over the age of 35, it is recommended to do the Simplified Stone cleanse first before attempting this liver cleanse. This is important since many people have silent gallstones and don't realize it. The Simplified Stone cleanse is designed to soften and shrink stones and ease spasms in the bile ducts.
How long it will last: Enough for two 5-Day cleanses. Products may last longer depending on individual use.
Cautions/ Drug Interactions:
People who suffer from chronic diarrhea, loose bowels or colitis should not take the Vibrant Colon in this program, but can order the other items separately and still do the program without the Vibrant Colon.
People who have ever had cancer, have a skin condition, or who have a serious medical condition should add the Blood Detox or the Echinacea Premium to this program in order to minimize healing reactions.
(Gallstones can move into the bile duct at any time and in response to any oily or fatty food to create spasms/attacks. They occur regardless of whether people take herbs or not.)
Not recommended during pregnancy
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This program contains herbal supplements. According to the FDA, herbal supplements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.