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Note: Dual Action Cleanse has sold out in most major stores in , .
As of August 18, 2017 it's still Available Online.

Your digestive system is the central hub of your body. It uses your blood stream to distubute nutrients to every other organ system ib your body, But when it is clogged an filled with toxins, your liver, kidneys, brian and literally every other organ in your body also becomes saturated with toxins.

Our modern diet of processed low fiber, chemical filled food actually becomes sticky inside our digestive system. It slows us down and "clogs us up" inside. It can even make our abdomen look bloated an distended, since many of us carry around several pounds of unneeded compacted matter in our colon.

Total Body Purifier formula, which contains 33 powerful cleansing herbs that target 15 specific body parts. Among these powerful herbs are Milk Thistle to support the liver, an organ that often becomes saturated with toxins. Red Clover and Beet Root to purify your blood, Hawthorne Berry to enhance blood flow, Licorice to support digestion of other herbs, along with 24 other nutrients to stimulate cleansing.

... Total Body Purifier may improve regularity

... May cause the number on the scale to go down due its cleansing effect

Colon Clear contains a proprietary blend of 22 fibers and herbs to enhance peristaltic action and support your digestive function (promoting 2-3 bowel movements per day). This natural action tones and cleanses the colon while eliminating unnecessary toxic build-up.

Colon Clear delivers such ingredients as Psyllium, Alfalfa, Pau D'Arco, Oat Bran, and Lactobacillus Acidophilus in a proprietary blend to enhance elimination of built up toxins and waste matter. Colon Clear should be taken every 30-days, followed by a 30-day "break," and is not intended to be taken on a constant basis.

Greater than 75-95% of colon cancer occurs in people with little or no genetic risk. Other risk factors include older age, male gender, high intake of fat, alcohol or red meat, obesity, smoking and a lack of physical exercise. Approximately 10% of cases are linked to insufficient activity. The risk for alcohol appears to increase at greater than one drink per day.

Current dietary recommendations to prevent colorectal cancer include increasing the consumption of whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and reducing the intake of red meat.

As of 2008 it is the second most common cause of cancer in women and the third most common in men.