CLAIMS OrovoDetox combines the benefits of the original 10 OrovoSuperFoods with the power of 31 other natural detoxifying agents. This effective combination helps to clean up and clear out the toxins and poisons that naturally accumulate in your body every day! The results: decreased body fat and higher energy levels! The Orovo research & development team was shocked to discover that the main underling cause of weight gain affecting over 70% of men and women is TOXIC BUILD UP!
CLAIMS Original Orovo's 10 SuperFoods do a terrific job at removing these toxins from our bodies and vital organs. But it is not the "CURE ALL". Which is why we created Orovo DETOX Try today RISK FREE! - Orovo Detox is backed by our 100% Money Back Guarantee!
Instructions “Each bottle of Orovo DETOX contains TWO 7-Day Cycles. Take for 7 days followed by a 7 day rest period before beginning your next 7 day cycle. Each bottle lasts for 4 weeks before you need to start your next bottle. Recommended Use: Take 4 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast and lunch with at least 12-16 ounces of water. Use for 7 days off before starting your next 7 day cycle. Results usually improve with each 7 day cycle.
PURCHASING Orovo Detox Retails For $89.99 per bottle. However, when you make an online order you automatically become a member of the Orvo Club where each bottle will cost 39.99 . Orders are processed within 24 business hours. If shipped to the Western States, delivery takes 2-3 business days. If shipped to the Eastern States, delivery takes 4-5 business days.
Testimonials "Thank you so much so far I've lost 10lbs in only 4 days. I will most definitely be reordering more than 1 bottle.“ "I lost 14 pounds this month with orovodetox I have so much more energy now and had to buy new pants and shorts because most all the weight came right off my belly. I have no love handles anymore! I love this stuff!“ "Finally a product that really works for me. I know everyone is different but I am 14 pounds lighter than I was 3 weeks ago. This is getting addicting“
Superfood Ingredients Green Tea Alpha Lipoic Acid DMAE Idebenone Acai Lactobacillus Acidophilus Soy Barley Cayenne Pepper Buckwheat Flaxseed Alfalfa Sprout Garlic Wheatgrass Dandelion
THREE ACTIVE INGRIDIENTS Acai Dandelion Alpha lipoic acid
ACAI The Acai berry is considered to be one of the highest antioxidant fruits in the world. It has a combination of healthy fats, amino acids, plant sterols, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. It has been claimed to aid in sexual performance, digestion, detoxification, skin appearance, heart health as well as heightened energy levels, relieve chronic illnesses, reduce cholesterol levels and increase fiber content.
A University of Florida study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry on Jan 12. 2006 found that Acai berries triggered a self-destruct response in up to 86 percent of leukemia cells tested in vitro. In a study of different Acai varieties for their antioxidant capacity, a white species displayed no antioxidant activity against different oxygen radicals, whereas the purple variety most often used commercially was excellent against destroying free radicals.
DANDELION Dandelion has long been used as an herbal remedy dating back to native American use. It has been commonly used to treat liver and kidney disorders. Also, it is said to have a number of properties including diuretic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidants. Dandelion root and leaf are used widely in Europe for gastrointestinal ailments. The European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy (ESCOP) recommends dandelion root for "restoration of hepatic and biliary function, dyspepsia [indigestion], and loss of appetite." The German Commission E authorizes the use of combination products containing dandelion root and herb for biliary abnormalities, appetite loss, dyspepsia, and for stimulation of diuresis (urine flow). Some modern naturopathic physicians assert that dandelion can detoxify the liver and gallbladder, reduce side effects of medications metabolized (processed) by the liver, and relieve symptoms associated with liver desease. Dandelion is generally regarded as safe with rare side effects including contact dermatitis, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal upset.
ALPHA LIPOIC ACID AKA: Dihydrolipoicacid; Lipoic acid; Lipolate; Thioticacid Alpha Lipoic Acid is an antioxidant found in every cell. It is created by the human body. ALA is a very unique antioxidant in the fact that it is both water-soluble as well as fat-soluble. ALA converts glucose to energy.
It has been suggested that ALA may promote the regeneration of destroyed antioxidants It is also thought that Alpha lipoic acid helps against diabetes, liver disease, brain function and stroke. Alpha Lipioc acid may be found in organ meats, red meat, and yeast. However, A healthy body creates a sufficient amount. It can also be purchased in capsule form. Possible side effects include lowered blood sugar as well as negative interactions with medications for insulin, and thyroid-regulating drugs. Combined with headaches, tingling sensations, skin rash, or muscle cramps.
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