The 'teadox' Mark Wright tried ahead of his and Michelle Keegan's wedding

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Mark Wright and his future wife Michelle Keegan are making sure they look their very best for their fast approaching wedding. Healthy eating and gruelling exercise regimes have seen Mark lose two stone, while Michelle aims at being healthy, getting muscle tone and improving her fitness levels, as she wrote recently in her blog for HELLO! Online.

And as former TOWIE star Mark works hard in the final countdown to his wedding, he has also embarked on a "teadox", which he began upon returning from his stag do in Las Vegas.

Here we go !! The only thing to get you through vegas recovery !! @BooteaUK http://t.co/BHaLAEAXs2 #spon

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The 28-year-old posted a snap of himself with the box of tea on his Instagram account with the caption: "Here we go !! The only thing to get you through vegas recovery !!"

It's not the first time the TV and radio presenter has tried the detox tea – he and Michelle were pictured stocking up on Bootea at Holland & Barrett in Essex long before they jetted off for their pre-wedding adventures in Vegas and Dubai.

According to the brand's website the tea claims to perform an "intensive cleanse of your digestive system to help achieve the results you want". The cleanse is said to aid weight loss and boost energy levels.

Each caffeine-free brew is natural and preservative-free and contains healthy ingredients such as ginger root, fennel seeds and lemongrass, which claims to help burn fat, regulate blood sugar levels and assist with the digestion of food.

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A radiance smoothie is from Christian Coates, the expert whose dishes Mark and Michelle have been eating



While Mark and Michelle appear to be big fans of detox tea, as well as Kendall Jenner, One Direction star Louis Tomlinson and ex-Made in Chelsea beauty Caggie Dunlop, health experts have warned of the dangers of drinking the tea over a sustained period of time.

The medical research centre National Institutes of Health (NIH) say that following a teatox plan for more than two weeks can cause "abnormal bowel function or changes in electrolyte levels that can lead to heart problems, muscle weakness, liver damage, and other harmful effects".

The bride and groom-to-be have also been eating healthily from award-winning health food delivery service Soulmatefood. Check out some recipes from health and fitness expert Christian Coates' new cookbook here.