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Can you tell me about using acai berry cleanse?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology 46 years experience
Scam: There's nothing magic about these little fruits. Your body and your internal organs clean themselves naturally. Anyone telling you to drink something weird or do something off-the-wall is at best deceived and at worst playing a cruel prank on you -- some of the "health cleanses" on the internet can land you in the intensive care unit.
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