VICTORIA, Texas, Jan. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This January, thousands of health conscious individuals will make New Year's resolutions to become healthier. A popular method is to purchase expensive 'cleansing programs' that requires you to pop many different pills throughout the day in hopes of 'cleaning' your liver or colon. With recent reports of the FDA and DOJ cracking down on supplement and vitamin manufactures for dangerous adulterants in their products, it is best to use caution to protect yourself against those who would use your desire to become healthy to their advantage.
"It's imperative to know what is best for your biochemical and genetic makeup to benefit your health the most," says Labron Allen, A.C.N., a Functional Wellness expert at The Natural Health Clinic™. "Running out and purchasing expensive purification or cleanse systems without knowing or having expert support is akin to thinking Russian Roulette is a relaxing form of entertainment."
To help protect consumers, Labron offers these 5 reasons to be cautious of starting a 'cleanse program':
- According to new studies, your body is more toxic than ever before. Your biochemistry may simply not be capable or ready to take the significant added burden of forced toxic chemical expulsion from tissue that's triggered through 'cleansing'.
- Some cleansing 'systems' increase your blood sugar for weeks, which is a serious medical risk for many.
- MOST cleansing 'systems' fail to address common health causes, which leave consumers with a bite out of their pocket book, dashed hopes and possibly creating graver health concerns.
- The notion that you can remove a lifetime of environmental and other toxins in two or three weeks is simply a hyped marketing ploy to tear you away from your hard earned cash.
- Studies show simply improving your diet can go a long way towards helping prevent many diseases, while being much cheaper to your pocketbook and safer for your body.
For 14 years as founder, owner and lead clinician of The Natural Health Clinic™ in Victoria, Texas, Labron has had 34,000 office visits and helped 2,000 area residents regain their health through dietary improvement and wellness programs.
Labron is an outspoken proponent of eating local, real, whole food and teaching clients to be outrageously successful in improving their health.
For more information go to www.wholefoodcure.com or to interview him, call (361) 550-1167.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
LABRON J. ALLEN, A.C.N. -- (361) 550-1167
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SOURCE Labron J. Allen, A.C.N.