Jewles wrote:There are posts about this kind of junk all the time. There is no quick fix, tablet, miracle cure, vibrating machine, injection, massage or berry that will help. Eat less and move more, dont waste your money on this junk.
Jewles is correct. Marketers realise that people will try anything, especially if it is the easy road out, so they market a detox as a weight loss diet to get you in. I have been invoved in detox diets for a long time, and if you are going to use a detox diet like the 48 hour rapid detox as part of a plan to lose weight you will be dissapointed. No detox diet is going to give you a long term weight loss. The basics of weight loss is calories in v's calories out. A detox will reduce your calorie intake therefor you will lose some weight, but when you stop your detox and resume normal eating there is no magic... if your calorie intake is higher than your output then you will put weight on.
A detox diet is not for everyone, the benefits vary from person to person.