A female asked:
I drink isagenix shakes for breakfast, not to lose weight but as an easy/quick meal. i heard that this product is bad for the liver. is this true?
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Dr. Charles Cattanoanswered
Gastroenterology 41 years experience
Check website: The Isagenix website indicates there are numerous products targeted for multiple indications. HealthTap doctors cannot endorse or refute the commercial claims made, nor did you specify the product that concerns you. Prudence would suggest stopping or replacing any supplement that raises your expectation that it causes more harm than good.
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