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Your weekly dose of health and well-being learnings to lead a happy and healthy life.

Welcome to this weeks episode where we discuss – Do detox kits really work?

These kits can be quite expensive but are they just a quick fix or do they make a long term difference to your health.

  • So many things that I have learnt from watching this, I think I will stick to clean eating and walking

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  • definately seek advice from your doctor or a professional

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  • Thanks for sharing this information.

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  • Clean eating and good exercise is the way to go don’t drink on tpweekends

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  • Doing your own research or asking a dietitian/naturopath would be better than paying through the nose for a commercially packaged kit. The fundamentals of improving the diet by getting rid of sugar, alcohol and processed foods and replacing with whole foods should be what anyone trying to ‘detox’ really needs to focus on to begin with. Making changes that you can stick with long term will always have the best results.

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  • I tried a liver detox kit a few years back, it was hard to stick to, especially the first 3 days with so many food restrictions, but I persevered and have to say felt better for it, had a huge burst of energy, skin clearer, would recommend if you can stick to it.

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  • Although I’m not sold on them I have bought a kit for a friend for a pressie before as a friend of a friend had sworn by them…. so that’s what she requested for her birthday. I think she was less than impressed with the results.

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  • I think they can help but should not be the only thing you are doing

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  • I’ve never tried a detox kit. If I’ve been feeling below par I’ve always focussed on fruit and veg with plenty of water for a while.

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  • I haven’t tried detox kits, but I tend to think (because I’m a suspicious type) that kits would just be a way for companies to make money out of women who want an “easy-fix” to their health issues. Wish I could afford to go to a naturopath to have a programme worked out for me, but I can’t. I’ll just have to try and eat more healthily and do the “detox” on my own.

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  • I don’t believe in them but thanks for sharing

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  • Great article!! Thanks for a great read :)

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  • Good story. Thanks for the advice.

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  • I don’t believe in detox kits.. I think most just involves drinking enough water in the instructions!

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  • not a great believer in them

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