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  1. whats the newest trend for full detox?


    read an old thread about using gut health, e/c and have read countless lemon juice and sea salt literature..


  2. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech
    read an old thread about using gut health, e/c and have read countless lemon juice and sea salt literature..
    Curious as well....
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1

    Curious as well....
    Im curious of his curious O.o

  4. curiosity at its best...

  5. Don't what's up in the literature but I've been using a greens powder with probiotics by Vibrant Health that sends me into detox mode. I feel so awful I can only take 1-2 doses a week.

  6. i use oxigreens twice a day but not for the mentioned thread topic

  7. Vibrant Health Green Vibrance v 10.3

    Supplement Facts
    Serving Size: 12 grams
    Servings Per Container: 30
    Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
    Calories 45
    Calories from fat 7
    Total Fat 0.77 gm 1.2%
    Saturated 0.18 gm 0.9%
    Trans fat 0 gm
    Polyunsaturated 0.44 gm
    Monounsaturated 0.12 gm
    Cholesterol 0 gm 0%
    Sodium 46.7 mg 1.9%
    Potassium 203 mg 5.8%
    Total Carbohydrate 6.9 gm 2.3%
    Dietary fiber 2.82 gm 11.3%
    Sugars 1.54 gm
    Protein 2.63 gm
    Vitamin A (from beta carotene) 4,764 I.U. 95.3%
    Vitamin C 45.5 mg 75.8%
    Calcium 156 mg 15.6%
    Magnesium 27 mg 6.8%
    Iron 3.74 mg 20.8%
    Vitamin B12 2.66 mcg 44.4%
    Vitamin K 124 mcg 154.5%
    Nutrient dense plant concentrates
    Spirulina (certified organic) 1,500 mg *
    Wheat grass juice powder (certified organic) 990 mg *
    Alfalfa grass juice powder (certified organic) 570 mg *
    Barley grass juice powder (certified organic) 570 mg *
    Oat grass juice powder (certified organic) 570 mg *
    Hydrilla Verticillata (wild harvested) 500 mg *
    Alfalfa sprout powder (certified organic) 440 mg *
    Beet juice powder (certified organic) 300 mg *
    Chlorella, soft cell, pharmaceutical grade 300 mg *
    Parsley powder, freeze dried (certified organic) 250 mg *
    Zucchini powder, freeze dried 250 mg *
    Carrot root powder (certified organic) 200 mg *
    Green bean powder, freeze dried 120 mg *
    Broccoli sprout powder (certified organic) 100 mg *
    Spinach leaf powder, freeze dried (certified organic) 100 mg *
    Kamut grass juice powder (certified organic) 80 mg *
    Sea Vegetable complex (providing Iodine + trace minerals)
    Kelp, laminaria digitata (certified organic) 200 mg *
    Alaria, Alaria esculenta (certified organic) 100 mg *
    Laver, Porphyra umbilicalis (certified organic) 100 mg *
    Rockweed, Ascophyllum nodosum (certified organic) 50 mg *
    Cell membrane & nerve support
    Soy lecithin powder (non-GMO) 98% oil-free 750 mg *
    High fiber foods & Prebiotics
    Larch arabinogalactans (FiberAid AG) 600 mg *
    Fructo-oligosaccharides 600 mg *
    Stabilized brown rice bran 500 mg *
    Whole apple powder (certified organic) 400 mg *
    Milled Flaxseed concentrate (certified organic; de-oiled, non-GMO) 200 mg *
    Antioxidants & Circulatory support
    Vitamin E (water dispersible d-alpha-tocopheryl succinate) 100 I.U. 333%
    Acerola berry juice powder, 25% natural vit. C (certified organic) 200 mg *
    Ginkgo biloba extract, (24% ginkgoflavonglycosides/6% terpene lactones) 20 mg *
    Green tea standardized extract, (90% polyphenols, 80% catechins, 45% EGCG) 20 mg *
    Grape seed standardized extract, (95% polyphenols, 90% proanthocyanidins) 20 mg *
    Pomegranate extract, (40% ellagic acid) 20 mg *
    Policosanol (60% Octacosanol; from sugar cane wax) 5 mg *
    Antioxidants & Liver support
    Tamarind juice and pulp powder 100 mg *
    Silymarin milk thistle extract, 80% silybin (silybum marianum) 60 mg *
    Carrot root extract 4:1 50 mg *
    Chicory root extract 4:1 50 mg *
    Dandelion root extract 4:1 50 mg *
    Chicory root powder (certified organic) 25 mg *
    Gentian root extract 4:1 15 mg *
    Adaptogens
    Schizandra berry extract, 2% schizandrin 150 mg *
    Eleutherococcus senticosus root extract, 0.8% eleutherosides 80 mg *
    Suma (Pfaffia paniculata) root extract, (2.5% beta-ecdysterone) 60 mg *
    Immune support
    Astragalus membranaceus extract, 70% polysaccharides 60 mg *
    Larch arabinogalactans (ResistAid AG) 30 mg *
    Beta 1,3 - 1,6 glucans (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) 30 mg *
    Twelve (12) Dairy-free Probiotic Cultures (25 billion at date of manufacture)
    Lactobacillus acidophilus HA-122 2.5 billion *
    Lactobacillus rhamnosus HA-111 2.5 billion *
    Lactobacillus rhamnosus B, HA-114 2.5 billion *
    Lactobacillus paracasei HA-108 2.5 billion *
    Lactobacillus plantarum HA-119 2.5 billion *
    Lactobacillus helveticus HA-128 0.5 billion *
    Bifidobacterium breve HA-129 2.5 billion *
    Bifidobacterium longum HA-135 2.5 billion *
    Bifidobacterium bifidum HA-132 1.25 billion *
    Lactococcus lactis HA-136 2.5 billion *
    Propionibacterium shermanii HA-182 2.5 billion *
    Streptococcus thermophilus HA-110 0.75 billion *
    Enzyme complex
    Protease 4.5, (Aspergillus oryzae) 110 HUT *
    Protease 6.0, (Aspergillus oryzae) 110 HUT *
    Lipase (Aspergillus niger) 150 FCCLU *
    Amylase (Aspergillus oryzae) 6 DU *
    Invertase (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) 1 SU *
    Cellulase (Trichoderma longibrachiatum) 7 CU *
    Skeletal support
    Vitamin D3 (in organic alfalfa base) 1000 I.U. 250%
    Phyto-Boron, (patented, from calcium fructo borate) 3 mg *
    Fortifying Phyto-minerals
    Phyto-Chromium (from Indian mustard, hydroponically grown) 80 mcg 67%
    Phyto-Selenium from Orgen-SE mustard seed extract (certified organic) 50 mcg 71.4%
    Tonics
    Ginger root powder (certified organic) 20 mg *
    Cayenne pepper powder (Capsicum fr.) (certified organic) 2 mg *
    Palatability factor
    Concord grape juice, freeze dried, kosher (certified organic) 210 mg *


    A naturopath friend of mine said the detox is likely from the greens + kelp.

  8. one hella profile....

  9. lol..yeah. Trying to ease into using it everyday. The probiotic part of it definitely works. Tastes ok mixed into a protein shake.

  10. Look up daades colon purge protocol
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  11. Just use whole psyllium husks.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    Look up daades colon purge protocol
    dsades? with gut health, caffeine, ephedra?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Just use whole psyllium husks.
    heard tons of good things with this as well

  14. That's a huge profile lol.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech

    dsades? with gut health, caffeine, ephedra?
    Not sure exactly. It was a long time ago. But yes dsades

  16. Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    Not sure exactly. It was a long time ago. But yes dsades
    yeah i just read that one, do you know what could be used instead of the ehpedra? i wanna try it seeing how gut health is on sale

  17. Did the kidneys and liver stop doing the job that they were designed to do? Your body detoxes itself, probiotics and antioxidants are great but you don't need specific detox products, they're a scam.

  18. Our bodies did not evolve on the diet/environment we live in...it's not that they stopped doing their job, its that they've been inundated with an amount of toxins that cannot be properly processed.

    Quote Originally Posted by chimeranD View Post
    Did the kidneys and liver stop doing the job that they were designed to do? Your body detoxes itself, probiotics and antioxidants are great but you don't need specific detox products, they're a scam.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by DaveGabe24 View Post
    Our bodies did not evolve on the diet/environment we live in...it's not that they stopped doing their job, its that they've been inundated with an amount of toxins that cannot be properly processed.
    What toxins? What diets did our body evolve on? Greens, grains, meats, fruits, poultry, fish, etc. How about this, the liver is capable protecting the body from harsh compounds and alcohol, but isn't able to do it's job with diet and exercise? How about the kidneys? Detox's are a scam, the idea behind them is that your body isn't capable of doing it's job without help. Sure, if you have an illness that keeps your organs from doing their job then you may need help, but from a doctor not from a detox product.

  20. I think a lot of detox products are scams, however I think the overall concept of detox is fairly well documented and having experienced it a few times, I believe it. As a species we are indeed swimming in chemical compounds that our bodies were never meant to deal with. Whatever the liver cannot deal with can get stored in cells and this too is detailed in the literature. Dr's are great, but generally only after something is already broken.

  21. Lol...I stopped at "what toxins"....you need to read up my man. I'm not into detox products, but our bodies are full of toxins from the environment, processed food, our lifestyles...it is not the way the human race evolved to live. Not sure how else to explain it.

    Quote Originally Posted by chimeranD View Post
    What toxins? What diets did our body evolve on? Greens, grains, meats, fruits, poultry, fish, etc. How about this, the liver is capable protecting the body from harsh compounds and alcohol, but isn't able to do it's job with diet and exercise? How about the kidneys? Detox's are a scam, the idea behind them is that your body isn't capable of doing it's job without help. Sure, if you have an illness that keeps your organs from doing their job then you may need help, but from a doctor not from a detox product.

  22. This is a debate that is chocked full of misunderstandings and misconceptions, and is one that is not likely to be determined absolute either way any time soon, if ever. My opinion is if you want to "detox" do whatever your heart desires. Just understand that detoxing can carry its own risks as well. So it's up to you if the risks of one out weigh the other. If you don't want to detox, then don't, but perhaps we are missing out on something. I personally do not detox and wouldn't. My goal is and has always been to eat a healthy diet and let my body do its job.
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by DaveGabe24 View Post
    Lol...I stopped at "what toxins"....you need to read up my man. I'm not into detox products, but our bodies are full of toxins from the environment, processed food, our lifestyles...it is not the way the human race evolved to live. Not sure how else to explain it.
    I simply asked what toxins are you talking about? You seem to know for a fact that toxins are filling our bodies but don't seem to be able to name any. When you start naming actual "toxins" that are found in our bodies that can't be removed by the organs designed to remove harmful compounds from our bodies then we'll talk.

    Quote Originally Posted by CopyCat View Post
    This is a debate that is chocked full of misunderstandings and misconceptions, and is one that is not likely to be determined absolute either way any time soon, if ever. My opinion is if you want to "detox" do whatever your heart desires. Just understand that detoxing can carry its own risks as well. So it's up to you if the risks of one out weigh the other. If you don't want to detox, then don't, but perhaps we are missing out on something. I personally do not detox and wouldn't. My goal is and has always been to eat a healthy diet and let my body do its job.
    This. Haven't ever detoxed myself and feel great, healthy diet and exercise along with a balanced lifestyle is the key here.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by chimeranD View Post
    Did the kidneys and liver stop doing the job that they were designed to do? Your body detoxes itself, probiotics and antioxidants are great but you don't need specific detox products, they're a scam.
    this. Detox is LOLable

  25. Quote Originally Posted by CopyCat View Post
    This is a debate that is chocked full of misunderstandings and misconceptions, and is one that is not likely to be determined absolute either way any time soon, if ever. My opinion is if you want to "detox" do whatever your heart desires. Just understand that detoxing can carry its own risks as well. So it's up to you if the risks of one out weigh the other. If you don't want to detox, then don't, but perhaps we are missing out on something. I personally do not detox and wouldn't. My goal is and has always been to eat a healthy diet and let my body do its job.
    This is word for word how I feel. I have never felt the need to detox and I think most of the protocol for them comes from supplement manufacturers trying to sell supps. I feel great pretty much all the time and like you mentioned sometimes people cause problems by detoxing.

    That said I'm not 100% saying they have no merit as it isn't something I've put in enough research to be fully satisfied with.
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  26. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce

    This is word for word how I feel. I have never felt the need to detox and I think most of the protocol for them comes from supplement manufacturers trying to sell supps. I feel great pretty much all the time and like you mentioned sometimes people cause problems by detoxing.

    That said I'm not 100% saying they have no merit as it isn't something I've put in enough research to be fully satisfied with.
    For one I think people have misconceptions with the term " toxins" and often people don't understand free radicals, how they are created/discarded and such. Not saying anyone in particular by the way, just generalizing.
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  27. I prefer to detox single systems at a time, I find it much more effective.

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  28. Red clayyy

  29. I am a long time faster. The best detox in the world is a water fast. Period. Avoid caffeine. Avoid food. Try it for 36 hours. It is tough! The benefits are incredible!!!!! Pound like 4-5 gallons and you will be cleaned out! After the water fast...edge your way into things with 2 days of fruits and vegetables and then slowly add in protein sources on days 4 & 5 and by day 6 you should be ready to continue your normal diet!
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  30. Quote Originally Posted by chimeranD
    What toxins? What diets did our body evolve on? Greens, grains, meats, fruits, poultry, fish, etc. How about this, the liver is capable protecting the body from harsh compounds and alcohol, but isn't able to do it's job with diet and exercise? How about the kidneys? Detox's are a scam, the idea behind them is that your body isn't capable of doing it's job without help. Sure, if you have an illness that keeps your organs from doing their job then you may need help, but from a doctor not from a detox product.
    Probably the most ignorant post I've read in a good while. The amount of toxins in our environment is much higher and you can see this with the skyrocketing disease rates. Autism all time high, cancer runs rampant. Just because the body is resilient doesn't mean we shouldn't try to make it healthier and more efficient.
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