ATP LAB - Digestive Health Hepatik Defense (HD)
Helps support liver function. Highly concentrated liver detox formula.*
- Lowers cholesterol Reduces the risk of hepatitis and cirrhosis
- Helps regenerate liver cells
- Facilitates weight loss
- Balances estrogen in women
- Detoxifies the body
- Improves general health and well-being
- Supports liver function.*
- Increases bile flow (choleretic).*
Recommended use or purpose: contributes to healthy liver function. Hepatoprotector. Medicinal plant used to increase bile flow (choleretic).
Recommended dosage: Adults: Take one capsule three times daily with food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Recommended duration of use: use for at least three weeks to achieve beneficial effects. Consult a healthcare practitioner for use beyond 6 months.
Warnings : Consult a physician if you have liver disease, cystinuria, or are taking nitroglycerin or antibiotics or if symptoms persist or worsen after use. Consult a physician before using this product if you are pregnant or have gallstones or are breastfeeding.
Contraindications: do not use if you are allergic to plants of the Asteraceae/sunflower/daisy family. Do not use if you have a common bile duct obstruction.
Known adverse reactions: hypersensitivity, such as allergy, has been observed. If this happens, stop using Hepatik Defense. Some people might suffer from gastrointestinal disorders.
Liver is responsible for more than 500 functions in our body. These functions include the production of bile, the management of blood sugar, the storage of glycogen, the production of enzymes and hormones, the elimination of dozens of toxins, viruses, bacteria, the absorption of vitamins, minerals. .. a liver that is diseased or not functioning optimally is the beginning of many chronic diseases. Liver diseases are very common in America: in fact, 400000 people suffer from cirrhosis of the liver each year in the United States (NIH, 1994) and 2000000 North Americans also suffer from major liver problems due, for example, to overconsumption of 'alcohol. Smoking, coffee, fatty foods, overeating or drinking alcohol, the effects of certain medications or drugs. This is all on the list of things that can be responsible for what is commonly known as a "liver attack."
MORE SERIOUS ILLNESSES: You should know that there is no liver attack. When the liver is damaged, it is because we are suffering from more serious illnesses such as hepatitis and not just a temporary crisis. Nevertheless, the liver is responsible for many functions of our body and if it becomes disordered, several associated symptoms may appear, such as fatigue, sleep problems, itchy skin, greater sensitivity to cold, asthma...
GALLBLADDER: Rather, true attacks are due to gallbladder dysfunction (often causing right shoulder pain, stomach pain, vomiting), stomach ulcers, or acid reflux (often relieved by medication ) or bowel problems (manifested by gas, abdominal pain, flatulence, belching, belching, diarrhea or constipation).
CONGESTED LIVER SYMPTOMS: However, without a crisis, the liver can become engorged. You will then feel digestion problems, a feeling of heaviness in the liver (under the ribs on the right side). In this case, you should avoid eating certain foods such as dishes with sauces, fried foods, fatty meats, white sugar, foods with additives, alcohol, at least for a few days or even weeks. , until digestive functions return to Normal. When you drink alcohol, drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration and all the unpleasant effects that come with it.
HEPATIC DEFENSE TREATMENT: To take care of him when he is sick, we of course suggest watching his diet, but also taking Hepatik defense at the rate of 1 to 2 capsules 3 x per day for 4 to 6 weeks and putting a hot water bottle on his belly to activate the proper functioning of the liver.
CHOLINE: Long considered a B vitamin, choline was recognized in 1998 by US authorities as an essential nutrient. It is the precursor to acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that plays a particularly important role in muscle control and memory. It is also used for the synthesis of lecithin (or phosphatidylcholine), an essential component of cell membranes and a component of bile that promotes the digestion of lipids.
INOSITOL : The level of inositol in the nerves decreases with age, as does the speed of reflexes. Considered the vitamin of the golden age, inositol or vitamin B7 is a real tonic for nutrition, the nervous system and the liver. It mobilizes fats by preventing their accumulation. It promotes phase 2 detoxification of the liver.
NAC (N-Acetyl-Cysteine) : NAC is the precursor to glutathione peroxidase, one of the most powerful antioxidants in the human body. NAC protects the liver from free radicals, drug side effects, and many other environmental poisons.
MILK THISTLE: Milk thistle has been used for over 2000 years in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to treat the liver. These virtues are numerous; antidiabetic, anticancer, cholesterol and triglyceride regulator, powerful detoxifier, regenerator of liver cells and its famous phase 450 detoxification cytochromes p 1.
ARTICHOKE: Artichoke reduces cholesterol levels and restores the balance between LDL and HDL, it promotes efficient digestion and increased elimination of toxins. It is also hepatoprotective and is also choleretic or cholagogue (increases bile flow).
Available in 120 capsule format.