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detoxification

[dē‚täk·sə·fə′kā ·shən]
(biochemistry)
The act or process of removing a poison or the toxic properties of a substance in the body.
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And weight loss is a positive side effect of a detox treatment although we cannot confirm or promise the weight loss will happen.
What were your successes with the detox and how long did they last?
LEAST surprising news of the week is that detox diets don't work.
The Life Detox is jam-packed with the vitamins and antioxidants essential for keeping your system working well.
In fact, many of the detox diets and supplements really aren't that good for you, nor have these been properly tested.
My impression is that we as physicians love the idea of rapid detox simply because it's something we can do.
Buprenorphine enjoys much greater patient acceptance and has better efficacy for detox than clonidine.
I'm very skeptical and I love meat,'' says Nancy Agosto of Newhall, who had to give up chorizo and any number of things while doing the 21 Day Detox run by the American University of Complimentary Medicine.
Patrick Gallus, founder of Gallus Detox Centers , states, "This facility is larger than our Prescott facility and will allow us to better serve our patients.
Only a few weeks ago a health journalist lent her name to the latest detox fad.
Detox Weight Manager comes in, single-serving drink mix packets.