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Faut-il avoir peur des toxines ? Les cures et produits détox permettent-ils vraiment de les éliminer ? S’agit-il d’un vrai service à la santé ou d’un business juteux ? La réponse en vidéo.

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  1. Bonjour Benjamin,
    Vous parlez beaucoup de ces produits détox dont la véracité n’est pas démontrée. OK
    Pourtant une chose me choque lorsque vous parlez du thé, des jus.
    La plupart de ces produits sont hyper pollués aux différents produits de la culture moderne. Même dans les pays qui émergent, la pollution y est intense.
    Alors, comment croire aux produits détox ? Ils sont en fait, des produits qui intoxiquent dans la plupart des cas.
    Voilà c’est tout, la pollution chimique sur des produits soient disant détox…

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