Contribue à l a fonction hépatique
- Stimulates liver regeneration and detoxification
- Protects liver tissue from damage and toxins
- Clinically researched herbs and nutrients
$45.95 – $67.95
Responsible for over 500 biological functions such as detoxification, energy storage, bile production, hormone regulation and the processing of nutrients absorbed from the diet, the liver may just be the body’s hardest working organ. Clearly, proper liver function is essential to good health. Unfortunately many apparently healthy people have suboptimal liver function, a factor which can lead to many of the modern illnesses that people face today.Liver Support contains four powerful ingredients known to support the liver: milk thistle extract, N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC), Phyllanthus niruri extract, and sulforaphane glucosinolate (SGS) from broccoli extract. These ingredients have collectively been shown to protect the liver from toxins, combat viral infections, stimulate liver regeneration, enhance levels of glutathione, the body’s most powerful antioxidant, and support detoxification processes.Those with liver illnesses or suboptimal liver function and those looking for a formula to support liver detoxification can benefit from Liver Support, as well as those looking to protect against liver damage caused by alcohol, drugs and environmental toxins.
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
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% Daily Value
† Daily Value not established
Ingrédients non médicinaux : Aucun.
Milk ThistleAcute hepatitis and milk thistleA study intended to determine whether silymarin improves signs, symptoms and laboratory testing results in individuals with clinically acute hepatitis. The etiology of the illness was not a concerning factor in the investigation. It was found that the patients who took silymarin had earlier improvement in clinical and subjective markers of biliary excretion. Although a modest sampling size was used and there were various etiologies for clinically acute hepatitis, the outcome of the study suggested that standard recommended silymarin doses are safe and could be potentially effective in decreasing symptoms of acute clinical hepatitis even without a lack of a detected effect on underlying hepatocellular inflammatory process biomarkers.Milk thistle protects the liver during chemotherapyAnother study found that milk thistle was beneficial in the treatment of inflammation in the liver of patients who were receiving chemotherapy. The study which was published in Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, stated that milk thistle could permit patients to receive potent amounts of chemotherapy without injuring their liver. Regardless of limited study data, the herb is frequently used for the chemotherapy treatment associated liver problems.In this randomized, double blind, controlled study, children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) were given milk thistle concurrently while receiving chemotherapy. Fifty children with ALL were participants in the study and were randomized to be administered milk thistle or placebo for 28 days. From the start of the investigation, all children displayed evidence of inflammation in their liver as was measured by elevations in the liver enzymes within the blood. The milk thistle also seemed to help keep fewer patients from having to take reduced doses of their medicines. Chemotherapy doses were decreased in 61 percent of those taking the milk thistle, compared with 72 percent of the placebo group.Additionally, milk thistle was demonstrated to be safe for consumption. The effects of combining milk thistle with chemotherapy on leukemia cells grown in the laboratory, was also studied. Researchers found that milk thistle does not interfere with beneficial effects of chemotherapy.Recent studies have also suggested that milk thistle promotes normal cell growth, helps to regulate blood sugar, and has cardioprotective effects.N-Acetyl-CysteineIn a randomized clinical trial which was conducted on 60 new TB patients who were aged 60 years or more, it was found that NAC protects against anti-TB drug-induced hepatotoxicity. The patients were given a daily drug dose regimen of isoniazid, rifampicin, pyrazinamide, and ethambutol. 28 patients were treated with the same drugs as well as NAC, this group showed no signs of hepatotoxicity, while 11 patients in the control group did on the fourth day of treatment.Phyllanthus amarus (PA)The effect of Phyllanthus for the treatment of infective hepatitis has been studied clinically in 160 patients suffering from jaundice. Of the 160 cases, 101 were completely cured while there were 59 dropouts. PA has also been documented to protect the liver from damage by a variety of chemical liver toxins and oxidative stress.
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