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True Health, Dr. Cutler's Liver & Kidney cleanse. Is this fraud?

True Health, Dr. Cutler's Liver & Kidney cleanse.  Is this fraud?

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I only hope they are not cheat ............

 

If you want to cleanse your kidney & bladder just drink purified water.  And, colon cleanse just use a good laxative.  All that other hype is just to put bucks in somebody else's pocket.  The only things they cleanse is your pocketbook.

Cutler advocates removing toxins from the body to achieve better health.  Since the liver is primarily responsible for removing or detoxifying chemical compounds, either naturally or artificially produced, it makes sense that helping the liver to do its job will help you maintain better liver health.  Cutler, however, is selling nothing more than snake oil; by improving your diet and supplementing it with vitamins and minerals in appropriate doses, you can do what he does for a lot less money.

 

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