Detox +*

$55.99 or Original price was: $55.99.Current price is: $50.39. / month

Detox + is a synergistic formula designed to support healthy liver function.* The mushroom extracts and herbal ingredients in this product are designed to protect liver cells against oxidative damage which may affect the function of the liver.* The ingredients also actively contribute to detoxification processes in the liver by supplying nutrients that may enhance the biochemical reactions involved in neutralizing harmful substances.

 

 

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Gentle Liver Support

Detox +  promotes healthy liver function with a synergistic blend of liver-supportive nutrients. It includes Cordyceps sinensis and reishi mushroom for immune support and a balanced inflammatory response. N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC) supports the body’s response to oxidative stress and stimulates glutathione production, the primary liver antioxidant.

Cordyceps aids healthy liver function by promoting lipid metabolism and a healthy inflammatory response. Reishi mushrooms enhance antioxidant status and normal cholesterol metabolism. Milk thistle seed with silymarin supports detoxification and liver health. NAC supports antioxidant pathways and glutathione synthesis, crucial for detoxification. The botanical compounds in Detox +  further support liver function by promoting antioxidant status, healthy lipid metabolism, and a balanced inflammatory response.

 

Who May Benefit*

  • Promotes healthy digestion of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates
  • Aids in cases of malabsorption and maldigestion
  • Potential support for individuals with gallstones or those who have undergone cholecystectomy
  • Occasional bloating and gas, particularly after eating
  • Feeling full after eating only a small quantity of food
  • Infrequent mild indigestion/heartburn (components of undigested food bubbles back up into the esophagus)
  • Bowel irregularities such as occasional diarrhea and/or constipation

 

Ingredient Highlights

Cordyceps sinensis (as CordycepsPrime™) is a rare fungus with bioactive compounds like adenosine, cordycepin, cordycepic acid, ergosterol, and polysaccharides, offering potential health benefits, including liver support. Its antioxidant properties enhance immune function and contribute to a healthy inflammatory response. Cordyceps may also aid healthy lipid metabolism. Studies show cordycepin’s role in reducing hepatocyte lipid accumulation and inflammation, protecting against nonalcoholic steatohepatitis in mice. Additionally, cordyceps safeguards the liver from damage induced by lipopolysaccharide, promoting gut microbial diversity for overall liver health.

Reishi Mushroom Blend (Ganoderma lucidum, Ganoderma applanatum, and Ganoderma tsugae): Rich in triterpenes, steroids, peptides, nucleotides, and polysaccharides, reishi mushrooms offer potential liver support. Studies indicate their role in enhancing antioxidant status, promoting a healthy inflammatory response, and maintaining normal cholesterol metabolism. Animal studies show protection against alcohol-induced injury and high-fat diet effects, including apoptosis inhibition and reduced serum lipid accumulation. In a trial with 42 participants, G. lucidum supplementation for 6 months increased antioxidant status, reduced liver enzyme markers, and normalized fatty liver condition based on ultrasound examination.

Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) with silymarin, including silybin or silibinin, supports liver function and normal detoxification. It promotes a healthy inflammatory response, immune function, antioxidant status, and mitigates liver fibrosis by suppressing key inflammatory responses and maintaining redox balance. A meta-analysis involving 1,198 patients showed prophylactic milk thistle supplementation reduced the risk of drug-induced liver damage from anti-tuberculosis medication and improved liver function. Another meta-analysis with eight trials found silymarin significantly reduced AST and ALT levels in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease treatment.

N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC), derived from cysteine, is a crucial precursor to glutathione. With its ability to neutralize reactive oxygen species and boost glutathione levels, NAC supports antioxidant status, normal detoxification, heavy metal detox, and liver health. A meta-analysis of seven studies on NAC treatment for nonacetaminophen-related drug-induced liver injury revealed significantly higher odds of survival compared to controls and a notable reduction in overall hospital stay length.

Chinese Skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis) boasts an extensive history of medicinal uses, highlighting numerous bioactive compounds, particularly flavonoids. Studies demonstrate these compounds enhance antioxidant status, foster a healthy inflammatory response, and contribute to overall liver health. Additionally, Chinese Skullcap supports healthy lipid metabolism.

Schisandra Extract (Schisandra chinensis) promotes antioxidant status and contributes to optimal liver function.* Animal studies indicate its potential to shield the liver from oxidative damage, preventing elevation of AST and ALT levels. Furthermore, it supports overall healthy liver function.*

Burdock Extract (Arctium lappa) fosters antioxidant status and encourages a healthy inflammatory response to bolster liver health.*

Support

*Digestion

*Detoxification

Systems

Gastrointestinal

Recommended Use

Take 4 capsules per day or as directed by your health‑care practitioner.

Servings 

120 capsules / 30 servings

Ingredients 

N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC), Reishi Full Spectrum Blend (Ganoderma spp.) (mycelium, fruiting body, primordial, and extracellular compounds), Cordyceps (as CordycepsPrime)(mycelium), Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) (seed), Chines Skullcap Extract (Scutellaria baicalensis)(root), Schisandra Extract (Schisandra chinensis) (fruit), Burdock Extract (Arctium lappa) (root), cellulose (capsule) , vegetable stearate, silicon dioxide.

Ingredient Partners

CordycepsPrime™ is a trademark of NuLiv USA, Inc.

What to Avoid

Consult with your health-care practitioner about your specific circumstances and any questions you may have about this product.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease“

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