Master Cleanse Detox Diet - can It Really Work?

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As it is a liquid based diet, it is quite natural that it will end up in you losing weight. But having said that, it is not really favored as it is a type of forced detoxification of the body when our liver is already assigned that job – the job of detoxifying our bodies. It can also lead to loss of nutrients in the body, tiredness, mood swings, and other health issues. It is also believed that this diet is not long lasting as once you stop consuming just liquids, your weight rolls back to its old self. I’d rather suggest adding healthy eating and regular exercise for the same. Godspeed!

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