Demystifying Medicine Video



Wondering whether you should try a juice cleanse? Do they really live up to the hype? Look no further! In this short video, join Kiwi Kardashian as she goes on a journey to uncover the truth about juice cleanses, their mechanism on the body and whether they actually work. She will answer once and for all whether this new trend will actually help you lose weight or not!

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