Re: "Do detox products work?" May 15:
I don’t find it surprising that someone in the field of pharmacy and medicine would not endorse the use of a natural supplement to help the body detoxify.
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Imagine how much money the industry would lose if their clients realized that they could take action on their own health.
Air pollution, along with chemicals in food, overload the body’s built-in "mechanisms for flushing toxins." Combine that with the fact that most people these days don’t get enough exercise to stimulate elimination of those toxins. Using a natural supplement product to encourage the process is not a bad thing.
Granted: Not all healthy supplements are created equally, but the usage of them tends to be in addition to a healthier diet enriched with added fruits and vegetables.
Why dissuade people from that?