Yogurugen, Effortless Detoxing

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Detoxing is very crucial to keep your bodily functions smooth and cleansed. Some people do it through juice detoxing, herbal tea detox and sometimes via pills or medication.

There's no right or wrong to any detox method, it is your preference. However, if you need a quick and easy way of detoxing (without having to juice your veggies 4 times a day), then Yogurugen is the perfect solution for you.

A product of Japan, it is made with a formula that cleanses the colon which leads to the following effects:

  • Detoxification
  • Replenishment of good bacteria
  • Weight loss (reduces bloating)
  • Strengthened immune system
  • Skin improvement
  • Better digestive system
  • Prevent constipation

Isn't the packaging too cute? The Japanese have a way of making even the most vile imagery (the poop) look cute – and yes that is poop. So to start your detox, all you have to do is to mix a cup of lukewarm water with a sachet of Yogurugen, mix and drink it.

It's orange flavored, so it's really easy to take in. Within an hour, you'll start to have the urge to 'pay a visit to the oval office for a meeting' – if you know what I mean. It's best you stay home for a day if you are going to detox, because you will need to be best friends with your 'oval throne' for quite a few sessions. I'm not kidding – it won't be cool to be dashing off to the loo all the time if you are, say, in the mall or something.

By the next day though, you'll feel pretty good. I'd recommend anyone to take this after an especially heavy session of 'bad food'. Clean all that bad stuff out with Yogurugen and your colon will thank you for it. This product is even deemed safe for pregnant women and children, and doesn't harbour any side effects.

A box of 5 sachets retails for RM68 at all SaSa outlets near you.

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  1. Thank you for sharing this, I every try a product like it but it's not safe for pregnant women, so It's very nice to know that I found a product that more safe :)

    xo June

    1. Hi June, yes this is definitely safe for pregnant women. Glad to have helped you in that aspect! :)

  2. I've always wanted to do a juice detox, but they seem expensive! Also, I don't know how long I could keep it up for. So this detox method that you've shared... do you change your diet at all, or do you simply add Yogurugen? -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

    1. Hi Audrey! Well juice detoxes are expensive, but you are only supposed to do them once or twice a year, so it isn't that bad. However, Yogurugen is different. You do not have to change your diet, but as you said, simply add it in. I find it useful especially after eating a hefty meal, plus it is definitely much cheaper (and less fuss) than juice detoxes.

  3. I've been doing a tea detox which I quite like but have been thinking of trying something like this. Just need to find some time when I am actually at home! x

    Jasmin Charlotte | UK Lifestyle Blog

    1. Haha yeah i think the issue with detoxes are that you actually need to be at home for an entire day. It's more or less the same concept as tea detoxes.


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