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Liver detoxifier & regenerator - 90 gelules - Now foods
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- Le foie est l'organe central du processus de détoxification du corps
- Now Foods foie detoxifier & régénérateur est une combinaison d'herbes et de nutriments, qui ont été développées pour soutenir le foie dans ce processus.
- Avec vitamine C, Chardon-Marie et un mélange de fines herbes Co-Enzyme (Artichaut, fucus vésiculeux, framboise et de betterave pancréatine)
- Avec set riatm l L-Glutathione, n Acetyl cysteine (NAC), de pépin de raisin, pissenlit, l Carnitine, Baikal casque de millepertuis, schisandra, berberitze, organique Curcuma et l de methionine
- Sans soja, sans gluten, casher
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IngrédientsCalories 10 Total Carbohydrate 1g Dietary Fiber .7g Vitamin C (from Ascorbyl Palmitate) 12mg Milk Thistle (Standardized Extract) (Seeds) (Silybum marianum) (min. 80% Silymarin) 300mg Proprietary herbal-Nutrient Blend 250mg Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) (Leaf) Beet (Beta vulgaris) (Leaf) Black Radish (Raphanus sativus) Bladderwrack (Fucus versiculosus) (Whole Plant) Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) (Leaf) Phosphatidyl Choline Pancreatic (Pancreatic Enzymes) Blue Flag (Iris versicolor) (Root) Cleavers (Galium aparine) (Aerial Parts) L-Glutathione (Free-Form) (Reduced) 100mg N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100mg Bupleurum (4:1 Conc. Extract) (Root) (Bupleurum chinense) 100mg Grape Seed (Standardized Extract) (Vitis vinefera) (min. 90% Polyphenols) 100mg Dandelion (4:1 Conc. Extract) (Root) (Taraxacum officinale) 100mg L-Carnitine Base 50mg Scute (4:1 Conc. Extract) (Root) (Sculellariae baicalensis) 50mg Pueraria (4:1 Conc. Extract) (Flower) (Pueraria thunbergiana) 50mg Schisandra (Fruit) (Schisandra chinensis) 50mg Barberry (Root Bark) (Berberis vulgaris 30mg Turmeric (Root) (Curcuma longa) 30mg L-Methionine 20mg Greater Celandine (4:1 Conc. Extract) (Whole Plant) (Chelidonium majus) 10mg
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Description du produit
Ingrédients (pour 3 capsules = 1 dose, ETM = Quantité journalière recommandée): Calories 10 - Glucides totaux 1 g = <1% ETM - Fibres <1 g = 3%. Vitamine C (du palmitate d'ascorbyle) 12 mg = 20% ETM, chardon-Marie (extrait standardisé, fruit / graine, chardon-Marie, min 80% silymarine.) 300 mg, Mélange exclusif d'enzymes: artichaut (Cynara scolymus, feuille), betterave ( Beta vulgaris, racine), fucus vésiculeux (fucus, plante entière), framboisier (Rubus idaeus, feuille), pancréatine (enzymes pancréatiques) 170 mg, L-glutathion (forme libre, réduite) 100 mg, N-acétyl-cystéine (NAC) 100 mg, pépins de raisin (extrait standardisé, Vitis vinifera, normalisé pour les polyphénols) 100 mg, pissenlit (racine, Taraxacum officinale) 100 mg, L-carnitine (tartrate de L-carnitine) 50 mg, scutellaire (racine, Scutellaria baicalensis) 50 mg , Schisandra (fruit, Schisandra chinensis) 100 mg, Barberry (écorce de racine, Berberis vulgaris) 30 mg, curcuma (racine, Curcuma longa) 30 mg, L-méthionine 20 mg.
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quand au produit, c'est à base de concentré de plantes considérées considérées comme efficaces pour les problèmes hépatiques depuis des décennies voir des siècles.... et en effet il semble bien que ce soit efficace...
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I read some great reviews on here and decided to buy this product . I felt like puking the first week or two so I took 2 a day instead of the recommended 3X. After the first two weeks I woke up feeling like a new person . No more stomach issues . I have changed my diet to eating way more vegetables that I have eaten before , took in more water . Eating more fruit and no more coffee, no more alcohol not even 1 beer every once in awhile .
I have been working out and noticed these pills have me eating less and providing me with more energy like other have claimed . I lost 7 pounds in a few weeks and can't believe I feel like my old self ! I plan on taking the whole bottle and going on a break for more than a few months . E celebrate detox .
Alcohol is bad for your body and other man made proteins and creatine. If you want to take supplements don't take these workout and pre-workout powders are harmful for your body .
Hope this helps someone out !
100 mg. Not only that but they also took out from the Proprietary Herbal-Nutrient Blend:
Black Radish (Raphanus sativus) (Root)
Phosphatidyl Choline (soy)
Blue Flag (Iris versicolor) (Root)
Cleavers (Galium aparine) (Aerial Parts)
The Proprietary Herbal-Nutrient Blend went from 250mg to 170mg per 3 capsules. Someone is trying to pull a quick one over its loyal clients to add to its profits. Consider the reviews of this product useless since they don's apply to the current formula. Call Now Foods and let them know that it is not OK to do this. They will tell you that the new formulation is just as effective if not better but you know what that means.
I've been taking this product at a rate of one capsule each with breakfast and dinner, because I'm taking Terbinafine HCl (Lamisil) to treat a longstanding toe nail fungal infection. My prescribing doctor wrote me a second script to get a blood test for my liver, since Terbinafine's well-documented side effect is liver damage. My first test came back normal. While anecdote isn't a double-blind clinical trial, I'm comfortable recommending this product for liver cleanse and support. The following text is a brief analysis of the supplements contained in this product. It's intended to help you decide if this product will work for you, and isn't a prescription or a recommendation for or against. It's not exhaustive, but cites reputable sources that can serve as a starting point for your own research. (Milligram dosages are for one serving size of three capsules.)
Milk Thistle (250mg): The University of Maryland Medical Center reports: "Several scientific studies suggest that substances in milk thistle (especially a flavonoid called silymarin) protect the liver from toxins, including certain drugs such as acetaminophen (Tylenol), which can cause liver damage in high doses. Silymarin has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and it may help the liver repair itself by growing new cells." The Mayo Clinic is less enthusiastic, noting: "Although numerous human trials have been published, most studies have lacked a strong design and strong conclusive evidence." On the other hand, the Mayo says: "Milk thistle has been well tolerated with mild side effects when used in a recommended amount and duration." This is a stuffy way of saying that even though this is an herb, it is still a medicine, so adverse reactions are possible. There can be allergic reactions. According to University of Maryland: "People with a history of hormone related cancers, including breast, uterine, and prostate cancer, should not take milk thistle. Do not take milk thistle if you are allergic to ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, chamomile, yarrow, or daisies." They also recommend pregnant women avoid this herb.
[The following four herbs and one digestive enzyme account for 170mg per three capsules.]
Artichoke leaf: New York University's Langone Medical Center says: "A number of animal studies suggest that artichoke protects the liver from damage by chemical toxins. Artichoke's liver-protective effects, however, have never been proven in controlled clinical trials." However, they also cited research showing that artichoke improved cholesterol levels, and noted: "has not been associated with significant side effects in studies so far."
Beet root: WebMD notes that beet root lowers triglyceride levels and blood pressure, and some evidence that beet root reduces fatty deposits in the liver. They warn that this herb can reduce calcium levels and cause kidney damage.
Bladderwrack: Because this seaweed contains high levels of iodine, it's been used to treat thyroid conditions, as well as digestive disorders and constipation (WebMD). However, WebMD also reports: "Bladderwrack is used for many conditions, but, so far, there isn't enough scientific evidence to determine whether or not it is effective for any of them. It's also important to note that it's not safe to take bladderwrack by mouth." They also say this could exacerbate thyroid certain conditions.
Raspberry leaf: WebMD says it's used for gastrointestinal tract disorders, including diarrhea.
Pancreatin: WebMD says this is usually obtained from the pancreas of pigs or cows. Now Foods told me theirs is from pigs. As a supplemental digestive enzyme, it's used for digestive disorders.
L-Glutathione (100mg): WebMd says it's used for liver disease, along with a raft of other conditions, from high cholesterol to Parkinson's disease.
N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) (100mg): National Institutes of Health says NAC is used to treat psychiatric disorders. WebMd notes a wide variety of uses, from chest pain to bile duct blockage in infants, to Alzheimer's disease. It's also used to treat liver damage.
Grape seed extract (100mg): National Institutes of Health says this is used to treat certain circulatory conditions. Side effects can include indigestion, high blood pressure, and nausea, among others.
Dandelion root (100mg): The University of Maryland Medical Center notes that dandelion root is "chock full of vitamins A, B, C, and D, as well as minerals such as iron, potassium, and zinc." It's used to treat liver and gallbladder problems, but notes that more human studies would help.
L-Carnitine (50mg): WebMD says it's used for certain "conditions of the heart and blood vessels," as well as high cholesterol. According to WebMD: "It can cause side effects such as nausea, vomiting, stomach upset, heartburn, diarrhea, and seizures. It can also cause the urine, breath, and sweat to have a "fishy" odor."
Scute root (50mg): It's scientific name is Scutellaria baicalensis, a member of the Skullcap family of plants. WebMD says it's used to treat respiratory and gastrointestinal infections, as well as liver problems. Possible side effects include drowsiness, fever, and lung inflammation.