CAPLABS 15 Day Cleanse is designed for short-term use lasting around two weeks and should not be taken daily for long-term. It is best performed in cycles or rotations as needed.
Please note the 15 Day Cleanse is not designed as a ‘quick fix, ’ and for long-term weight loss, it should be combined with a sustainable and healthy diet and exercise protocol.
Research & References
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