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FAQQ: how much time does it take double action clean work? A: the formula should begin in the first week or even slightly increase the frequency of bowel movements. * You can tell its more consistent saddles and more comfortable. * Also, you start feeling trimmer, less bloated and more energy in the first week of notice. * Q: take double action, clean, if I take medicines or other supplements? A: Although our researchers are aware of the non-negative interactions between dual action cleanse and medicines or other supplements, it is always best to consult your doctor or health care professional service with respect to these issues. Because the only digestive formula, make sure that you consult your doctor if you are taking the drug or treatment for a medical condition, venapro target particularly the gastro intestinal. Q: changed aspect with double action clean my stool or stool? A: Yes, this is quite normal. Most people notice that their droppings of a different color or the shape and texture may change during cleaning. If penthouse of Lee and they tend to float, then you know that the formula starts working. Q: can I take double action clean the pregnant or breast-feeding? A: use r.: this product should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Q: can you children this product? A: double action clean for children less than 18 years should not be. Q: you have double action is clean, I use all the time on the toilet? A: gentle cleaning process should not stop your daily life. During the first day, with the formula may have bowel movements more often in your body that eliminates the accumulated waste. Double action clean will help to feel light, energetic and shaped. Unlike typical laxatives (which causes watery stools as they liquefy the contents of the intestine), double-action clean gently stimulates the digestion. * Q: is there anything you need to know about the dual action cleanse. A: this product contains Cascara Sagrada, belongs to a family of plants that contain compounds with a laxative effect. For this reason, it is important that you follow the instructions on the packaging for this product instructions. With continued long-term use for more than 30 days, at the same time Cascara Sagrada can affect diagnostic procedures or custom through images of the colon. If according to the operating instructions double action clean, routes of elimination and naturally Detox the body support. 8 Tips1. Drink plenty of water. Eight to ten glasses, which contributes to the day, toxins move through the body, so that you are less likely to enter the bowels. A stool also relieves the fluids to prevent constipation help. 2 reduce alcohol. Yes, a drink (women) or 2 cups (men) per day, maximum of alcohol can try the lining of the stomach and the digestive tube heat slowly the major muscles. 3 eat moderate portions. Skipping meals can cause excessive hunger, which then translates into excess food and stress on the digestive system. 4. don't skip meals. Large meals can overload the digestion, because your body has a limited capacity to produce digestive enzymes. Try five or six small meals a day instead of two or three large. 5. relax while eating. If you calm down, will tend to grind food and fuller muscles relax your digestive and contract normally. In other words, they are more likely to keep the toxins from the body. 6. take a regular movement. Everything you need is in walking distance of 20-30 minutes a day. A sustained physical activity stimulates the intestinal musculature to help push more effectively through waste. 7. avoid tobacco. Nicotine cigarettes, pipes, cigars and tobacco increases the acidity in the stomach, causing digestive problems. 8. the use of drugs with caution. That it can slow the elimination and digestive processes. Medicines (such as codeine, vicodin ® and similar medicines) may cause nausea and constipation, like many drugs for blood pressure. Follow the instructions of your doctor if you are taking medication and talk to your doctor about the best ways to avoid these side effects. . . . . .