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Dr. Oz’s 3-Day Cleanse — Helpful or Harmful?

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is a tricky business. When done correctly, the health improvements can be remarkable. But when done incorrectly or for the wrong reasons—such as instant weight-loss, for example—cleanses can be harmful and even dangerous.

Dr. Oz 3-day Cleanse

Consulting with Dr. Alejandro Junger, the “Father of Detox,” Dr. Oz explains how poor digestion can zap your energy levels, dull your skin and weigh you down—literally. On his show this week, Dr. Oz has been discussing the health benefits of cleansing and repairing the gut in ways that aren’t too drastic or difficult to fit into your everyday life. Given that healthy digestion is arguably the single most important contributor to optimal health and wellness, Dr. Oz’z 3-Day Jumpstart Cleanse is actually rather beneficial and one of the best approaches to take if you’re attempting your first cleanse.

Focusing on the digestive system layer by layer, this 3-day cleanse improves the health the digestive system naturally using a combination of veggies paired with grains, beans or animal protein as well as prebiotic foods and all natural supplements such as a probiotic supplement, berberine, L-glutamine and magnesium.

He provides this excellent, easy-to-print chart and offers step-by-step details and explanations over on his website. We recommend checking out Dr. Oz’s 3-day cleanse and seeing if it’s a good fit for you. Do you think you’ll try it?

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Article updated on: April 30th, 2013

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