Detox, specifically Hvy Metal Cleanse by Renew Life.
I've been experiencing some odd changes, noticing weird stuff that I initially attributed to menopause/ perimenopause. The more research I did the more I'm suspecting something else is going on. So I'm starting with this 'cleanse'.
Has anybody under gone it using this product? What motivated you to try it? What did you experience during? After? Any palpable difference?
I'm not much for fasting because my blood sugar gets wonky QUICK. I'm not diagnosed with having any specific trouble, but that 6 hr glucose tolerance test was AWFUL, though technically I tested WNL. Point being, if anybody can suggest other cleanse diets/ nutritional changes to help purify, I'd love to know. I also have a Nutribullet and had forgotten about it. So recipes for detox/ liver/ kidney cleanse shakes are appreciated as well.
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Echoing SAcres--no real effect beyond hunger for a cleanse. Your body is remarkably good at cleansing itself. If your liver and kidneys are not functioning properly, then your self-cleaning mechanism is not working properly.
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True detoxification for heavy metals is most assuredly not by ingestion of some nostrum purveyed by any OTC supplier of dietary supplements or the like.
In many cases, it involves some relatively unpleasant parenteral medication.
Your own liver does a pretty amazing job of detoxification, in day to day existence.
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If you're having symptoms, OP they would be worth investigating. Whatever they are, unless you know you have heavy metal exposure, that would be one of the last things I would think of to be causing problems.
The GGT is meant to be awful. Well, not "meant to be" as in designed to be unpleasant for shits&giggles, but it is a generally unpleasant test. That you found it awful in no way points to there being something wrong with your body, it's a completely normal reaction.