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Debunking the charcoal babble

It may be the silly season, but do health ‘experts’ seriously believe that eating activated charcoal rids our bodies of toxins? The Angry Chef, Anthony Warner, gets all fired up about detox trends

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IN A CONSTANT STREAM OF WEBSITES, blogs and features, we are told that modern life is bombarding us with unprecedented levels of toxins, from our water supply, foods, plastics, packaging and cleaning products. These chemicals are supposedly overwhelming our systems, building up in our organs and tissues and causing everything from heart disease, cancer, depression and fatigue, all the way through to disappointing hair – perhaps the greatest fear of the Instagram generation.

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