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Newly created in 2017 by the makers of Thermo-Lift Classic, Detox & Cleanse Advanced Daily Care is designed to be used with all other Thermolift.com products for improved health, digestion, weight loss and energy!

Primary benefits:

• Deep daily digestive cleansing for men and women
• Weight loss and slimming
• Improved liver and colon health
• Increased energy
• Decreased inflammation
• Removal of harmful toxins
• Reduced sluggishness, bloating, gas, constipation and other digestive issues especially after meals

 

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Detox & Cleanse Advanced Daily Care for Men & Women
Ingredient Details & Scientific Research

1. Psyllium Husks

Psyllium, or ispaghula, is the common name used for several members of the plant genus, Plantago.1 Psyllium is a source of soluble and insoluble fiber both offering a wide range of health benefits.

Weight Loss

Fiber has been shown to significantly enhance weight loss, especially in overweight individuals.2 Soluble fiber helps control hunger and weight by increasing the intensity and duration of feelings of fullness after meals.3

Digestive Health & Waste Elimination

When psyllium comes into contact with water it swells and forms a gelatin-like mass that helps transport waste through the intestinal tract.4 Psyllium has been shown to increase fecal output and promote easier waste elimination.5 6 Psyllium is a demonstrated natural treatment for constipation.7 While constipation is not usually considered a serious condition, chronic constipation can cause belly pain and lead to other complications.8

Heart Health

A report by the Council for Responsible Nutrition Foundation (CRFN) has found that approximately 4.4 billion dollars per year, largely due to coronary heart disease-related medical events, could be saved if adults in the US over the age of 55 with heart disease took adequate daily psyllium fiber.9 Fiber intake has been shown to help prevent insulin resistance.10 When the body becomes resistant to insulin, the pancreas produces more and more of it which can lead to high blood glucose, a risk-factor for heart failure and diabetes.11 Research also shows that soluble fiber may help reduce blood pressure, another risk-factor for heart disease.12

2. Flaxseed Powder

Flaxseed is a rich source of these healthy components:

• Soluble and insoluble fiber
• Prebiotics
• ALA (alpha-linolenic acid) omega-3s
• Lignans

Weight Loss & Detoxification

Studies involving flaxseed have shown it to cause weight loss, in addition to lowering waist size, blood glucose and LDL cholesterol.13 Flaxseeds work as prebiotic fiber14 which nourish the body’s healthy intestinal bacteria called probiotics. By supporting probiotic function, flaxseeds can increase the body’s probiotic weight loss and detoxification benefits.15 16 The high fiber content of flaxseed powder can enhance detoxification of the body by optimizing colon health. If the colon isn’t working optimally, bloating, gas and pain can occur. A healthy colon will rid the body of leftovers it no longer needs, including stool bacteria, which is a crucial factor in daily system cleansing.17

Omega-3s and Lignans

A multitude of health benefits have been linked to the ALA omega-3s and lignans found in flaxseed. Lignans are plant polyphenols that have been shown to improve heart health partly by reducing LDL cholesterol.18 Flaxseeds contain 75 to 800 times more lignans than other plant foods.19 Flaxseeds are also a rich source of the omega-3 fatty acid called ALA. ALA positively affects heart health, cholesterol levels and blood pressure.20

3. Oat Bran Powder

Oats are an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fiber. Both types of fiber help maintain the health of the digestive system and promote regular bowel movements.21 Fiber helps the body remove toxins by maintaining healthy colon function and preventing constipation.22 23 Sluggishness and bloating are two common symptoms of constipation.24

Oat’s soluble fiber has been shown in studies to promote weight loss by controlling appetite and increasing satiety after meals.25

Other benefits of natural fiber include lower blood cholesterol and reduced heart disease risk.26

4. Papaya Leaf

Papaya is a source of digestives enzymes. One of these enzymes, called papain, has the ability to break down tough proteins like meats.27 Papain can also enhance weight loss and digestion.28
Studies have linked inflammation to many health problems including obesity.29 Research has shown that nutrients in papaya may help decrease inflammation30 thus supporting weight loss.

In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study a preparation of papaya has been shown to reduce digestive issues, including constipation and bloating.31 Preventing the buildup of toxins is one of many reasons it is important to take steps to avoid constipation.32 Weight-gain is a health problem closely associated with elevated levels of toxins.33

Papaya is a natural source of fiber34 which has been shown to help the body detoxify by stimulating enhanced digestion, decreased weight and reduced cholesterol.35  36  37

5. Mangosteen

Mangosteen, a tropical fruit also known as Garcinia mangostana, is rich in xanthones.38 39 Xanthones are organic compounds shown in studies to reduce inflammation.40  Taking measures to control inflammation in the body can help improve digestion, detoxification and weight loss.41  42

Oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) are a component of mangosteen43  that have been shown to block the absorption of starch by inhibiting alpha-amylase.44 Foods high in starch, like bread, rice, pasta and cereal, cannot be absorbed without interacting with digestive enzymes like alpha-amylase. Studies have shown that substances like OPCs that inhibit alpha-amylase can successfully block starches and cause weight loss.45 46

6. Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay, also referred to as montmorillonite or fuller’s earth,47 48 is a medicinal clay that swells when it meets water and acts as a sponge for toxins in the digestive system: by assisting the removal of toxins, clay can help improve digestion, boost probiotic function and assist weight loss.49 50

A study published by the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy suggests that iron-rich clays like bentonite can help rid the body of a wide range of toxins including the disease-causing bacteria E. coli and Salmonella enterica.51

7. Black Walnut Hull Powder

For many people, intestinal worms or gut parasites are the cause of their digestive issues.52 Parasites can live in the intestines for years without causing symptoms but when they do symptoms include:53

• Abdominal pain
• Diarrhea
• Nausea
• Gas
• Bloating
• Tiredness

Black walnut contains a compound call juglone (also known as 5-Hydroxy-1,4-naphthalenedione.)54 This substance has been shown to help eliminate intestinal parasites55 56 which is why it is often professionally recommended as a treatment.57 58
Colon care is essential to any digestive cleansing program. Black walnut contains ALA omega-3s, also called n-3 fatty acids, which may help protect the colon from cancer.59 ALA omega-3s have also been shown to reduce risk-factors for heart disease: lower cholesterol and inflammation have been associated with ALA omega-3 consumption.60

8. Prune Powder

Prune powder delivers all of the terrific cleansing benefits of one of nature’s most effective digestive aids: the prune. Because of their high fiber content,61 prunes have a natural laxative effect. Constipation can be avoided or lessened by the fiber from prunes. This promotes detoxification by preventing the buildup of stool bacteria.62 63

According to nutritionist, Adrienne Forman, fiber can also help prevent the buildup of cholesterol: fiber interferes with the absorption of bile in the intestines and the liver responds by removing cholesterol from the bloodstream to compensate.64 Forman also says that fiber improves intestinal health, reduces blood pressure, regulates blood sugar and aids in weight loss.64

9. Aloe Vera Powder

The liver plays a key role in helping the body remove harmful toxins. A fully functioning liver is necessary for cleansing, energy and weight management. A cancerous or diseased liver cannot function optimally. Numerous clinical studies have shown that the constituents in Aloe can protect the liver from cancer and disorder.65 66

Aloe is a natural source of anthraquinones. Anthraquinones enhance elimination and have natural laxative properties.67 They stimulate peristalsis which is the contraction of muscles along the digestive tract required to effectively move food and food waste through the digestive system.

Aloe has also been shown to cause weight loss. An 8-week clinical study demonstrated Aloe’s influence on metabolism which caused a decrease in total body weight, lowering of body fat percentage and reduction in insulin resistance.68 When the body becomes resistant to insulin, the pancreas produces more and more of it which can elevate blood glucose. High blood sugar is a risk-factor for heart failure and diabetes.69

10. L. Acidophilus

Lactobacillus acidophilus (L. acidophilus) is one of the most widely known and used probiotics. Like other probiotics it can improve intestinal health which promotes the removal of toxins and disease-causing bacteria.70 Probiotics from the Lactobacillus genus have been shown to help the gut remove fat—actually increasing the amount of fat eliminated in waste.71 Other studies have shown that probiotics can reduce fat specifically centered around the belly.72 Much evidence supports probiotic use for decreasing bad cholesterol and increasing heart health.73 74

11. Apple Pectin Powder

Apples are naturally high in pectin. In human digestion pectin binds to cholesterol in the gastrointestinal tract and slows sugar absorption by trapping carbohydrates.75 76 Pectin, a source of soluble fiber, acts as a prebiotic that nourishes healthy gut bacteria and helps improve intestinal health and performance.77 Pectin has also been shown to protect colon health and function which is essential to detoxification.78

12. Glucomannan Powder

Glucomannan, fiber derived from konjac root, is well documented as an effective aid for enhanced detoxification, digestion and weight loss. Glucomannan promotes stools that pass through the colon more easily; stools that require less pressure and straining to expel.79 Glucomannan helps prevent constipation and promotes detoxification: when constipation occurs the accumulation of stool can stretch the colon, irritate the lining of the colon (mucosa) and produce toxins while waiting to be eliminated.80

Probiotics (healthy gut bacteria) are critical to optimal digestive function. Glucomannan offers prebiotic function: it provides nourishment for the growth of probiotics.81 In this way, glucomannan helps the gut perform key functions like detoxification.

Glucomannan supports weight loss in a number of ways. As a prebiotic it improves probiotic function which has been directly associated with weight loss.82 Studies have also shown that glucomannan’s fiber content consistently helps people lose weight.82

Why Choose Evergenics Detox & Cleanse Advanced Daily Care

Like all Evergenics health formulas, Detox & Cleanse represents the very best a supplement can be. It is a complete detoxification formula made only with premium ingredients all shown to be effective and safe in scientific studies. Detox & Cleanse is made in the USA in an FDA recognized facility in strict compliance with USA Good Manufacturing Practices.

No other daily formula offers such a wide range of potent ingredients shown to help the body eliminate toxins and assist weight loss. Key constituents of the formula, like fiber, xanthones, probiotics, prebiotics, OPCs and ALA omega3s have been shown to have added benefits including protecting and enhancing the capacity of the heart, colon, liver, kidneys and entire digestive system.

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