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Vale Detox drinks come in a variety of flavors and are relatively easy to use. According to the manufacturers, Vale Interprises, the drinks--which contain creatine, vitamin B and a number of other vitamins--work by flushing toxins from the system and replenishing the body's store of nutrients. Vale's effectivity depends on whether or not you follow directions and refrain from eating before and after you drink Vale. You also want to make sure you drink plenty of water when drinking Vale, or you will likely become dehydrated.

Refrain from taking medications--unless absolutely necessary--and from consuming alcoholic beverages for 48 hours before consuming Vale.

Eat a light snack--i.e. crackers or dry toast--three hours before you drink Vale.

Drink 24 ounces of water an hour before drinking Vale.

Shake the bottle vigorously before opening.

Drink the entire bottle of Vale Detox.

Fill the empty Vale Detox bottle with water.

Drink the bottle of water.

Wait one hour.

Urinate two to three times during the next hour. This will remove toxins from your body.

Fast for another five hours.


Detoxing with Vale works best if you refrain from drinking dehydrating drinks like tea, coffee and alcohol.


Vale Detox products are intended for use by adults ages 18 and over.

Ask a doctor before using Vale if you are pregnant or nursing.

Vale is not FDA approved.

According to nutritionist Katherine Zeratsky in her Mayo Clinic article, "Detox Diets: Do They Work?", dehydration, fatigue, dizziness and nausea can all be caused by detox products.