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The Doctors discuss the story of a bride who reportedly decided to do a detox before her big day, but ended up literally soiling herself. She reportedly had one too many detox drinks on the day of her wedding, according to a social media post from a wedding planner, who wrote, "It turns out the bride had a gamble on a fart and lost in a big way.”
According to the report, the bride's mishap occurred while wearing her wedding gown. She reportedly woke up on the big day of feeling bloated and thought a detox shake would help, but The Doctors explain the ingredients found in detox drinks can often lead to digestion issues. The bride also reportedly had some morning cocktails to help with her wedding day jitters, which created the perfect storm for the unfortunate accident. This social media post continued with the following horrific details about the bride's mishap, “The substance that had come out of her body, as a result, defied explanation. It was slimy, oily even, with stringy beads and had the consistency of hair gel. Not only had it been a rather profound accident, but the smell was unrivaled. Generally, a substance no human should emit.”
The Doctors say there is no significant data, research, or findings that prove detoxes are effective at weight loss or minimizing bloating. Additionally, these products are not regulated by the FDA. They suggest a more effective way to avoid wedding day bloating is to stay be hydrated and eat a healthy well-balanced meal.