Q: How long does Dual-Action Cleanse take to work?
A: The formula should begin to help increase the frequency of your bowel movements within the first week or so.* You will notice your bowel movements becoming more consistent and comfortable.* You may also begin to feel trimmer, less bloated and notice more energy within the first week.*
Q: Can I take Dual-Action Cleanse if I am taking medications or other supplements?
A: While our researchers are not aware of any adverse interactions between Dual-Action Cleanse and drugs or other supplements, it is always best to consult with your doctor or health professional regarding such questions. Since the formula affects the digestive system, make sure that you consult with your physician if you are currently taking medications or are being treated for a medical condition, especially any digestive disorders.
Q: Will my bowel movements or stool change in appearance when taking Dual-Action Cleanse?
A: Yes, this is perfectly normal. Most people observe that their stool may have a different color or change in shape and consistency during the cleanse. If your stool is wellformed and tends to float, then you know that the formula is beginning to work.
Q: Can I take Dual-Action Cleanse while pregnant or nursing?
A: DO NOT use this product while pregnant or nursing.
Q: Can young children take this product?
A: Dual-Action Cleanse is not suitable for children under the age of 18.
Q: Will Dual-Action Cleanse have me running to the bathroom all the time?
A: The gentle cleansing process should not interrupt your daily life.* During the first few days taking the formula, you may experience more frequent bowel movements as your body gets rid of built-up waste material.* Dual-Action Cleanse can help you feel light, energetic and trim.* In contrast to typical laxatives (which cause loose, watery stools as they liquefy the contents of your bowels), Dual-Action Cleanse gently stimulates the digestive process.*
Q:Is there anything else I need to know about Dual-Action Cleanse?
A: The product contains Cascara sagrada which belongs to a family of plants containing compounds that have laxative effects. Because of this, it is important to follow all package instructions and warnings regarding this product. With continual longterm use of more than 30 days at one time, Cascara sagrada may lead to dependence or could interfere with diagnostic imaging procedures of the colon. When used as directed, Dual-Action Cleanse is designed to naturally support the detoxification and elimination pathways of the body.
1. Drink plenty of water. Eight to ten glasses a day helps to keep toxins moving through the body, making them less likely to collect in the bowels. Fluids also soften stool, helping to prevent constipation.
2. Cut down on alcohol. Try to stick to one drink (women) or two drinks (men) a day, maximum. Alcohol can inflame your stomach lining and make key digestive muscles sluggish.
3. Eat moderate portions. Skipping meals can lead to excessive hunger, which then results in overeating and stress to your digestive system.
4. Don't skip meals. Large meals may overburden digestion, since your body has a limited capacity to produce digestive enzymes. Try five to six smaller meals a day, rather than two or three large ones.
5. Relax while you eat. When you're calm, you tend to chew your food more completely and your digestive muscles contract and relax normally. That means they'll be more apt to keep harmful toxins moving out of your body.
6. Get regular exercise. All it takes is a brief 20 to 30-minute brisk walk a day. Sustained physical activity stimulates your intestinal muscles, helping push waste through more efficiently.
7. Avoid tobacco. Nicotine from cigarettes, pipes, cigars and smokeless tobacco can increase acidity in your stomach, causing digestive discomfort.
8. Use medications cautiously. They can slow your digestive and elimination processes. Narcotic painkillers (like codeine, Vicodin® and similar drugs) can cause nausea and constipation, as can many blood pressure drugs. Follow your doctor's directions if you are taking medications, and talk to your doctor about the best ways to avoid these side effects.