One of the most important factors in preventing disease and maintaining good health is the elimination of toxins from the body. M'Lis Detox Program produces these benefits:
The digestive tract is given a chance to cleanse itself of accumulated waste and putrefied bacteria
Liver, kidneys, and blood are purified, and function more effectively
A mental clarity occurs that is not possible under the constant bombardment of chemicals and food additives
Dependency on habit-forming substances such as refined sugar, caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, and drugs is greatly diminished. As the blood is purified, residues of these additives are flushed from the body. Cravings and withdrawal symptoms are lessened Bad eating habits are broken. As you come off the program, it is easy to start all over again with a wiser choice of diet
The stomach has a chance to shrink to normal size, making it easier to control the quantity of food eaten
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