Luv Ya Liver

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A bottle of Bill And Ben’s Beneficial’s Luv’ya’liverThis is a unique formula of herbal extracts and powders. As well as vitamins ‘Luv Ya Liver’ includes, choline, biotin, artichoke, garlic, burdock root, parsley leaf, N-Acetyl L- Cysteine, beetroot, liquorice root, Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA), fennel seed, turmeric, ginger root, cayenne and dandelion root.

Love ya liver is formulated to support the liver and other detoxification organs and systems of the body. It’s especially beneficial during periods of overindulgence in food, alcohol or smoking.

The synergistic ingredients in Luv Ya Liver can help to cleanse a congested liver and gallbladder and support cell repair and protection. Designed to stimulate, flush, cleanse and protect these two vital organs; in particular, ensuring that the cleansing and detox process takes place at a gentle pace (keeping any ‘healing crisis’ reactions to a minimum).

Many people believe that milk-thistle is the only supplement available as a liver booster. However, there are many health claims for the natural ingredients contained within this formula.

 

Beneficial for:

Liver Cleansing – Blood purification – Body cleanse and detox –
Low energy levels – Bad body odour – Digestive health-Cholesterol levels – Homocysteine metabolism – Lipid metabolism – A sluggish liver and gallbladder

About the ingredients:

Chorine

While humans make chlorine in their livers, dietary consumption of this water-soluble vitamin is still vital for healthy liver function. Those eating diets lacking in choline develop fatty liver, liver damage and muscle damage. In particular, chorine plays a crucial role in normal homocysteine production, normal lipid metabolism and general functioning of the liver.

Biotin

Similarly a water-soluble vitamin (also known as vitamin B7), biotin is essential for cell growth, the production of fatty acids and the metabolism of fats and amino acids. It assists in various metabolic reactions involving the transfer of carbon dioxide. Helpful in maintaining blood sugar level. Biotin is contained in a wide range of foods used in intestinal bacteria enabling absorption into the body. In particular, biotin contributes to normal energy-yielding and macronutrient metabolism.  A normal function of the nervous system and psychological function, as well as hair, skin and maintenance of the mucous membranes.

Artichoke

Artichoke has been used for centuries as a herbal treatment for liver and digestive health, along with promoting healthy cholesterol levels. The active ingredients in this extract are luteolin and the antioxidants – caffeic acid, cholorgenic acid and cynarin (the close botanical cousin to milk-thistle). These bio-chemicals all act to protect liver cells from damage while stimulating the production of bile acid in the digestive tract. Ultimately this aids the breakdown of fats and has the effect of lowering both cholesterol and triglycerides. It’s worth noting that cynarin’s properties, in particular, are considered to support the prevention of heart disease, as well as cleansing the liver.

Garlic

Garlic is, again, an ancient natural remedy used for a range of different ailments. It has antibacterial, antiseptic, anti-parasitic, antispasmodic and fungicide actions (amongst many other properties). Historically, it has been used to treat everything from dysentery, typhoid and cholera, to bacterial food poisoning, worms cold and flu (it is widespread support to the immune system). Moreover, helps to heal the bowel and is also used as a cholagogue to stimulate bile (hence its beneficial effects on normal liver function).

Burdock root

Another well-known blood purifier and powerful detoxification herb is burdock. Burdock is usually partnered with dandelion for best effect. In particular, toxins that have been displaced by the burdock will need to be quickly eliminated by dandelion and the other herbs in this formula (all carefully chosen to partner burdock in its clearing actions). As potent lymph and skin cleanser, burdock forces the body to eliminate waste products. Clearing the skin, bloodstream and other organs and tissues of toxins. Its antibiotic-like actions will also assist in dealing with toxins circulating in the system. The primary uses of burdock are as a hepatic (supports the liver in its functions and promotes the flow of bile). Hepatoprotective, cholesterol reducer and general body detoxifier. Burdock root is also a diuretic and is believed to help with skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis.

Parsley leaf

Parsley leaf is used to treat kidney stones, infections, and to help soothe and heal cuts and scratches. It is also thought to ease the linings of the kidneys and intestines and act as a diuretic. It is antimicrobial, laxative, carminative, gastric and a uterine tonic, and is high in minerals – calcium, potassium and silica.
N-Acetyl L – Cysteine (NAC)

Beetroot

Not only a source of protein & carbohydrates, but beetroot is rich in vitamins A, B & C and minerals (iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, calcium, sodium & phosphorous). It also contains plenty of soluble fibre, betaine and folic acid, while its colour comes from betacyanin, a powerful antioxidant that is thought to help suppress the development of some types of cancer. It is particularly popular with athletes, as its additionally high in dietary nitrate, which affects oxygen uptake and increases stamina and makes exercise less tiring.

Liquorice root – Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)

ALA is an antioxidant. Antioxidants protect against damage to the body’s cells. ALA is a naturally occurring compound made in the body. It serves vital functions at the cellular level, such as energy production. There are food sources of ALA such as yeast, organ meats like liver and heart, spinach, broccoli, and potatoes. However, ALA from food does not appear to produce a noticeable increase in the level of free ALA in the body.

Fennel seeds

A concentrated source of minerals like Copper, Potassium, Calcium, Zinc, Manganese, Vitamin C, Iron, Selenium and Magnesium. From regulating blood pressure to water retention and helps beat bad breath.

Turmeric

Turmeric powder has a wide range of synergistic benefits including bone and joint health by reducing inflammation in the body.  Increasing immunity, antioxidant levels, cognitive function and energy levels. It also helps support hormonal balance, acid-base metabolism, macronutrient metabolism, nails, skin and hair, amongst many other health benefits.

Ginger root

A plant belonging to the Zingiberaceae family. Ginger root has been used in herbal medicine for centuries. Historically, used to alleviate symptoms of gastrointestinal distress due to its carminative and antispasmodic actions ( promotes elimination of intestinal gas and soothes the intestinal tract).

Modern research has revealed further therapeutic properties, such as ginger’s direct anti-inflammatory actions, its antioxidant effects, and its ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds. Ginger is extremely high in gingerols – potent anti-inflammatory compounds (which are believed to explain why so many people with osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis experience reductions in pain levels). Improvements in mobility when regularly consuming ginger root.

Cayenne

Cayenne peppers are a type of chilli pepper. They belong to the nightshade family of flowering plants and are closely related to bell peppers and jalapeños. The main active compound in cayenne is capsaicin, which gives the spice its heat and has analgesic properties. Additionally used for its stimulant effects (known as the purest and safest stimulant available to herbalists), cayenne opens up every tissue in the body. Help’s increase the flow of blood and therefore improve circulation. It has also been used historically for weak digestion, as a carminative, to increase gastrointestinal secretions and as an antispasmodic. Its pain-reducing action is mainly due to the effect of capsaicin on substance P – a biochemical released in tissue damage that alerts the body to injury. It’s found that long-term or repeated exposure to capsaicin can reduce substance P in an area, and result in a lowered pain response.

Dandelion root

Dandelion is probably the most well-known herbal diuretic. It contains high levels of carotenoids and sesquiterpene lactones, which have many regulating actions. This leaf acts as a pancreatic regulator, bitter tonic, bile duct stimulant, urinary antiseptic, anti-rheumatic, anti-eczema and chloretic. Moreover, it increases urine production and works as a gentle laxative. This excellent detoxifier and is considered to support the liver and kidneys, as well as regulate blood sugar levels. It is used as a skin toner, blood tonic, digestive tonic, and is thought to ease aches and pains.