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New Year "detox"

admars (Elite) posted this on Saturday, 3rd January 2015, 07:38

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/dec/05/detox-myth-health-diet-science-ignorance?CMP=share_btn_fb

That's interestjng, I don't think I've ever been sucked in by these products, but their false claims and tricks to fool ppl are v alarming :(


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RE: New Year 'detox'

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Saturday, 3rd January 2015, 09:43

The frustrating thing is, you can show that article to some people and they'll still be convinced you can detox your body. :(


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RE: New Year 'detox'

Snaps (Elite) posted this on Saturday, 3rd January 2015, 10:15

The part of the body most in need of a detox for these (often celebrity, Paltrow alert) pillocks is between the ears, providing you have a working liver and kidneys that is.


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RE: New Year 'detox'

miikeyblue82 (Elite) posted this on Sunday, 11th January 2015, 09:03

Yep... it's all a load of tripe. Just cut the crap that you put into your body and replace it with healthier alternatives. No need to spend money on fad products. Since new year I've completely cut out Coca Cola, I was previously drinking it pretty much every day, sometimes over a litre a day. It's worked wonders for me. I'm getting cravings for it quite frequently, I don't drink tea or coffee so it was really my big caffeine source and would be quite useful on the night shifts, but I generally feel better for it - I no longer get the daily bouts of acid reflux that I had before for a start, and I don't feel anywhere near as bloated. I've also swapped fast food for home made salads, which are just as quick to prepare and far cheaper. How long I'll keep it up for, I don't know... but I'm starting to reap the benefits of it already, so I'll carry on for as long as I can. Detox? Rubbish. Just eat healthier.

RE: New Year 'detox'

marksparks999 (Elite) posted this on Sunday, 11th January 2015, 09:14

cut our processed foods/drinks... sugar, and add exercise, its easy really!

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