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The NY Post recently reported about Dherbs.com, a California-based company that markets a set of four Children’s Cleanse liquid extracts. The cleanses sell for $99 and are meant to be paired with a raw diet. They promise “to nourish and cleanse” everything from the lungs and liver to the adrenals and colon. The program is aimed at kids ages 2 to 12, and can be customized for up to 14 days.
I've tried cleanses before, and they tend to leave me, um, in the bathroom quite a bit. Not sure moms want to have their 2-year-old stuck in the potty all day.
What's your thought?
I would not recommend it as it is not doctor-recommended for the kids whose bodies are growing at a rapid rate and need all the sustenance they can get for those budding sex organs and extra few inches of height. Children should not do any type of juice cleanse or fast while they are still growing.