Family Health News Offers Burn Clean for Well-Being Cleansing Program

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Family Health News is offering a step-by-step cleansing program — and a discount on the supplements to help complete the process — now at BurnCleanForWellBeing.com.

“The average person is walking around with six to 12 pounds of undigested material rotting in their intestines and colon,” Taggart said. “Digestion is a process of oxidation, so by introducing oxygen to the digestive tract you can complete the process naturally. So we’re just trying to help educate

Family Health News is offering a step-by-step cleansing program — and a discount on the supplements to help complete the process — now at BurnCleanForWellBeing.com.

The simple, effective and inexpensive process details how you can detoxify your body while also giving your metabolism a quick tune-up.

“Burn Clean for Well Being is a simple and effective regimen for the proper care and maintenance of a healthy metabolism,” Family Health News President John Taggart said. “If you practice regular internal hygiene by keeping your intestines, colon, liver and kidneys clean, they can perform better and last longer — and you can even lose weight.”

The first step is to start with the Total Oxygen Cleanse with Family Health News’ Colosan and Hepasan supplements. Colosan uses oxygen to cleanse your intestines and colon, and Hepasan is a liver, kidney and gall bladder flush.

The next phase is to Run Clean with daily supplementation of the company’s Vital O liquid oxygen drops, along with the digestive aid Prominzyme. Vital O provides extra oxygen to boost metabolism and oxidize toxins. Prominzyme acts to turbocharge digestion for maximum nutrient extraction as your body processes foods.

You also can incorporate Thinner G for all-natural weight loss help. Thinner G blocks the uptake of excess fats, carbohydrates and sugars while reducing cravings and causing your body to burn more calories at the cellular level.

“The average person is walking around with six to 12 pounds of undigested material rotting in their intestines and colon,” Taggart said. “Digestion is a process of oxidation, so by introducing oxygen to the digestive tract you can complete the process naturally. So we’re just trying to help educate people on this simple and inexpensive process, and direct them toward the right supplements to help with the cleanse.”

For more information on Family Health News products, visit http://www.familyhealthnews.com, where you can purchase the Colosan, Hepasan, Prominzyme and Vital O supplements together for $79 ($107 if bought separately). To read more on the step-by-step cleansing program, visit http://www.burncleanforwellbeing.com.

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