DETOX™ – NATURAL DETOXIFICATION FORMULA
SUPPORT YOUR LIVER HEALTH AND YOUR BODY’S NATURAL DETOXIFICATION PROCESSES. *
A detox is your opportunity to give your body a break and allow your own self-cleansing and self-healing processes to kick into gear. Your body is innately intelligent and a period of cleansing is the perfect way to hit the reset button and start on a path to a healthier, happier, more vibrant you!
DETOX™ is a premium herbal supplement, based on Psyllium – an excellent source of dietary fiber. DETOX™ contains 100% research-backed, clinically dosed, safe and effective herbal proprietary blend of 11 ingredients, carefully selected to support the body’s normal detoxification processes in the following ways*:
- Helps colon cleanse;*
- Helps stimulate bowel movements;*
- Helps lower cholesterol levels;*
- Helps regulate blood sugar levels;*
- Helps slow down the absorption of fats and carbohydrates;*
- Helps normalise intestine microflora;*
- Helps with body detoxification;*
- Helps normalises metabolism;*
- Helps in weight control;*
- Essential for the healthy cardiovascular system;*
A detox program can help the body’s natural cleansing process by:
- Resting the organs through fasting;*
- Stimulating the liver to drive toxins from the body;*
- Promoting elimination through the intestines, kidneys, and skin;*
- Improving circulation of the blood;*
- Refueling the body with healthy nutrients.*
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
We have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions here, with answers by our panel of experts.
DETOX™ herbal supplement brings balance back and helps our systems function properly again.*
Psyllium Husk: In any detox program, it’s important to make sure that the wastes being drawn from the body are able to leave the body as well. Psyllium husk acts as a natural laxative, and is an ingredient in Metamucil. Psyllium husk comes from the seed of the plant Plantago ovata. Psyllium husk is a soluble fiber best known for its ability to treat constipation.
Health Benefits of Psyllium Husk:
- Psyllium Husk May Relieve Constipation;*
- Psyllium Husk May Relieve Diarrhea;*
- Psyllium Husk May Lower Blood Sugar Levels;*
- Psyllium Husk May Aid in Weight Loss;*
- Psyllium Husk May Lower Cholesterol;*
- Psyllium Husk May Decrease Blood Pressure;*
- Psyllium Husk May Treat Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Ulcerative Colitis;*
- Psyllium Husk May Be Anti-Amoebic.*
Slippery Elm Bark: Slippery elm powder supplies a number of gums and mucilages that are important for the mucous lining of the gastrointestinal tract. It works with the body to draw out impurities and toxins, assisting with the healing of all body parts. Also contains antioxidants that my help relieve inflammatory bowel conditions. This makes the bark an excellent herbal treatment for a variety of digestive conditions including Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Crohn’s Disease, ulcerative colitis, diarrhea, diverticulitis, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).*
Aloe Ferox: Aloe ferox produces 20 times more bitter sap and has higher nutrient concentrations. it is very well known for its renowned natural colon cleansing benefits. As an effective natural laxative and colon cleanser, it is probably the strongest of the colon stimulating herbs.*
Chlorella: Chlorella contains many nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and omega-3 fats. Chlorella may help the body detox by binding to heavy metals and other toxins. Chlorella may bolster immune function by increasing the activity of various parts of the immune system. The nutrients found in chlorella, including niacin, fiber, carotenoids and antioxidants, may help lower your cholesterol levels.*
Ginger Root: Ginger (Zingiber officinale) has been used in both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years and was known for its beneficial gastrointestinal effects. The dried rhizome of ginger contains volatile oils, which are the medically active constituents of ginger. They are also responsible for ginger’s characteristic odor and taste. Ginger has also been studied for its supportive roles it may play in the cardiovascular system as well.*
Health Benefits of Ginger Root:
- Ginger Root Helps Treat Nausea
- Ginger Root Fights Fungal Infections
- Ginger Root Protects Against Stomach Ulcers
- Ginger Root Eases Menstrual Pains
- Ginger Root May Inhibit Cancer Growth
- Ginger Root Regulates Blood Sugar
- Ginger Root Relieves Joint and Muscle Pain
- Ginger Root Lowers Cholesterol Levels
- Ginger Root Improves Brain Function
- Ginger Root Blocks Bacterial Infections
- Ginger Root Eases Inflammation
- Ginger Root Promotes Proper Digestion
Black Walnut: Black walnut (Juglans nigra) has traditionally been used to support the body’s normal defense against microorganisms. In Traditional Chinese Medicine they were regarded as a kidney tonic, and the bark, kernel and the hulls were also used to eliminate various types of intestinal worms and parasites.*
Health Benefits of Black Walnut:
- Walnuts help fight oxidative damage in your body;*
- Walnuts help reduce heart disease risk;*
- Walnuts Help decrease inflammation;*
- Walnuts promote the health of your gut;*
- Walnuts may reduce your risk of certain cancers;*
- Walnuts Help you control appetite and hunger;*
- Walnuts may help control type 2 diabetes;*
- Walnuts may help improve blood pressure;*
- Walnuts may help preserve physical function;*
- Walnuts may help counteract potential harmful effects;*
- Walnuts may help protect your brain from damaging inflammation and support good brain function as you age.*
Hyssop Herb: Hyssop has been utilized all through history both like a medicine as well as an internal cleanser. In Biblical times, hyssop was used to create a holy tea. It was believed to have religious qualities that may thoroughly clean holy sanctuaries. Many people drank this particular tea believing it might cleanse their souls from wrongdoing.
Health Benefits of Hyssop Herb:
- Hyssop Herb helps Respiratory Conditions;*
- Hyssop Herb Fights Parasites;*
- Hyssop Herb Fights Infections;*
- Hyssop Herb Increases Circulation;*
- Hyssop Herb Relieves Muscle Pain and Spasms;*
- Hyssop Herb Helps Digestion;*
- Hyssop Herb Promotes Skin Health;*
Papaya Fruit: The papaya is an incredibly healthy tropical fruit. Its powerful antioxidants like lycopene may reduce your risk of many diseases — especially ones that tend to come with age, such as heart disease and cancer. It may also defend against the visible signs of aging, helping your skin remain smooth and youthful.*
Inulin: Inulin is a nutritional powerhouse. It’s high in fiber, low in calories, and has other health benefits. As an immune system booster, it may also be a good preventative supplement against cancers of the digestive system.*
Acai Berry: Acai berries are a Brazilian “superfruit.” Acai berries contain healthy fats and low amounts of sugar, as well as many trace minerals and plant compounds, including anthocyanins. Acai is incredibly rich in antioxidants, boasting three times the amount found in blueberries.*
Lycopene: Lycopene is a strong antioxidant that can protect your body against oxidative stress and offer some protection from certain environmental toxins and chronic diseases. Diets rich in the antioxidant lycopene may help prevent the development of prostate cancer. It may also protect against cancers of the lungs, breasts and kidneys, but more human-based research is needed to confirm this.*
Lycopene’s strong antioxidant properties may help improve cholesterol levels and reduce your likelihood of developing or dying prematurely from heart disease. Lycopene may help increase your skin’s defense against sunburns and damage caused by UV rays. However, it is no replacement for sunscreen.*
Lycopene may help reduce feelings of pain and have beneficial effects on your eyes, brain and bones. More studies, especially in humans, are needed to confirm these results.*
Our bodies can become overwhelmed due to the volume of toxins exposed in its environment by way of water (fluoride and other chemicals), air (chemical trails, pollution and other toxins), food (chemicals, pesticides, preservatives, genetically modified ingredients etc.), pharmaceuticals and other drugs.
DETOX FORMULA MAY BE A USEFUL DIETARY SUPPLEMENT FOR:
- People searching for support for normal toxin cleansing and individuals on a weight-loss program;
- People exposed to chemical solvents;
- People who experience continuing fatigue;
- People undergoing sauna therapy and people with chemical sensitivities;
- People who frequently have coffee, alcohol, drugs (prescription or otherwise) or cigarettes;
- People who seem to pick up colds, flus, bugs and viruses easily and are often on medication;
- People who experience frequent headaches and/or lack of mental clarity;
- People who suffer from constipation or diarrhoea.
As a dietary supplement, take two (2) veggie capsules once a day. For best results, take one (1) veggie capsule during the day and one (1) veggie capsule in the evening. Repeat the process daily. Do not exceed two capsules per day. For best results use daily and consistently. You may want to set a reminder on your phone or computer to make sure you take your supplements at correct time.
Results may vary from person to person, but in most cases, we would expect the beneficial effects of the nutrients and bioactive elements in DETOX – NATURAL DETOXIFICATION FORMULA capsules to build over several weeks, with noticeable results in one to three months. A regular intake is recommended and should be used in conjunction with a balanced and healthy diet. There is no maximum length of time over which DETOX – NATURAL DETOXIFICATION FORMULA may be used. If you are unsure about taking supplements consult a doctor or pharmacist before use.
- Serving Size2 Veggie Capsules
- Servings Per Container30
- Calories from Fat0
- Food ComponentAmount/Serving% Daily Value*
- Psyllium Husk Powder 85%1080 mg
- Slippery Elm Bark Powder50 mg
- Aloe Ferox Powder Alion 18%50 mg
- Chlorella Powder50 mg
- Ginger Root Powder50 mg
- Yuuto™ Detox Proprietary Blend252 mg
- Black Walnut Powder, Hyssop Herb Powder, Papaya Fruit Powder, Inulin, Acai Berry Extract, Lycopene 5%
Inactive Ingredients: Vegetable Stearic Acid, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.
- 100% All Natural
- Suitable for Vegans: Yes
- Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes
- Third Party Tested: Yes
- 60 Veggie Capsules: 1 Month Supply
- Non-GMO / Dairy Free / Gluten Free / Wheat Free: Yes/Yes/Yes/Yes
- U.S.A manufactured in a GMP facility
- Yuuto™ Nutrition proudly uses only the highest quality ingredients
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This information is not intended to replace orthodox medical treatment, but is offered as additional, complementary information.
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