Taraxacum Officinales: Detox to boost weight loss

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Taraxacum Officinales: Detox to boost weight loss

When it comes to weight loss, it is important to take a “whole body” approach. The focus is often on metabolism, exercising, and changing eating habits. While those things are very important, there are other equally important weight loss factors and catalysts. Weight loss requires an integrative and holistic approach.

One thing not usually addressed is that some people have difficulty losing weight because their natural cleansing systems are clogged or not functioning at an optimum level. The liver, kidneys, and digestive system all play a vital role in strengthening the whole body and health in general; and they must function properly in order for your body to cleanse itself of toxins and waste products. Similar to the plumbing in your home, you want all the pipes to be without buildup and clogs.

The liver is considered the body’s most important organ when it comes to fat burning and the kidneys are viewed as one of the body’s most vital detoxifying organs. The kidneys are necessary to cleanse the blood and body of highly toxic waste products, especially those resulting from weight loss. Therefore, you really want your liver and kidneys operating at peak levels to assist with weight loss.

To help detox the body while on the Amino Diet, we have added Taraxacum Officinale to our Amino Diet Plus drops. What is Taraxacum Officinale? It is also known as the dandelion, which is part of the Sunflower family, and studies have shown that it:

  • strengthens the liver
  • assists the kidneys
  • aids the digestive system
  • reduces water retention

For hundreds and thousands of years, Taraxacum Officinale has been used as a homeopathic remedy to many different conditions and to improve overall health. It is a powerful addition to our weight loss drops.

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