Most important liver antioxidant is glutathione. The intracellular antioxidant which is not only capable of removing toxic substances from the body, but also restores the (recycled), other antioxidants, such as vitamin C, E, CoQ10, and others. Glutathione is the last link in the chain of recycling antioxidants, which are then secreted by the liver from the body.
Glutathione produced in the liver of the three amino acids, cysteine, glutamic acid and glycine. Over the years, unfortunately it decreases the ability of the liver to form glutathione. In its antioxidant activity is itself inactivated, becoming an oxidant (in the form of the oxidized GSSG), but also regenerates itself. The optimal condition is a balanced ratio between the active reduced glutathione GSH and inactivated GSSR 90/10%. Problems arise when this ratio falls below 70/30%. Many ailments and accelerated aging in a causal connection with the deterioration of the relationship, for example. Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, cardiovascular disease, asthma and COPD, rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases. In the prevention of these diseases, it is important to maintain an optimum ratio of reduced and oxidized glutathione. To achieve this, the introduction of glutathione food inadequate because it absorbs very little of the bowel, but can promote the formation of glutathione in the liver from entering certain nutrients in the diet or as dietary supplements.
Glutathione has several useful functions in the body:
-the Central intracellular antioxidant and restorer active form of a number of other antioxidants. -Promotes Operation of nitric oxide in the inner wall of the veins (endothelium), which regulates the functioning of most organs of the human body. -Pomaga Metabolic and biochemical activities such as synthesis and regeneration of damaged DNA, protein synthesis, prostaglandin, and in the activation of enzymes. All body systems, especially the immune, nervous, digestive and respiratory, are dependent on the functioning of glutathione.
What may increase the formation of glutathione in the liver?
The amino acid cysteine, which is a component of glutathione. Located in organic meat (hormones and various toxins to neutralize glutathione, the oxidised), it also contains watermelon, walnuts and hazelnuts, avocado, cottage cheese, dark green leaves vegetables, asparagus, broccoli, tomatoes, wheat germ and oatmeal.
What do major liver:
-It help Purify the body of toxic and harmful waste substances, including drugs and alcohol. One of the most important activity of liver enzymes, the conversion of the lipophilic (fat-soluble) of the metabolites of these harmful substances into more hydrophilic (water soluble) which is easily eliminated from the body through the kidney.
-Balancing Metabolism of blood sugar so that it is stored in the form of glycogen, if it is too much and returns back from glycogen or by the form of protein and fat if it is enough. -Tvori Bile, which is necessary for fat digestion to the small intestine. -Dolgoročno Stored in the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K, and vitamin B12.
-Jetra Are real chemical factory that produces vital proteins such as albumin and globulins. Albumin help maintain calcium and other important substances in the blood and regulate the amount of fluid in the bloodstream. Some globulins are antibodies and an integral part of the immune system, as well as components of the blood pigment hemoglobin. Produce chemical substances necessary for blood clotting, forming cholesterol and metabolize certain hormones such as aldosterone, testosterone and estrogen. Too much aldosterone retains sodium and lower potassium, which can raise blood pressure and have a negative impact on the cardiovascular system.
Long-term exposure to low levels of harmful substances can cause fatty liver. Exposure to large amounts of harmful substances, the most common cause of different large-scale deterioration of liver tissue.
All ingredients used are of high quality and natural origin. It is of utmost importance that they are bound to phospholipids. This allows the body to be truly well absorbed, and therefore the effect very quickly.
Liver Protect Formula 1
The composition of the item (1 capsule):
L-Carnosine 50 mg
L-Arginine 100 mg
R-alpha-lipoic acid 10 mg
Choline 50 mg
Lecithin 50 mg
Folic acid 200 mg (100% *)
Vitamin B6 2 mg (143% *)
Vitamin B12 2 mg (80% *)
Vitamin D3 (200 IU), 5 mg (100% *)
* Recommended Daily Intake
Use: Take 1 capsule daily at breakfast.
Quantity: 30 capsules
Liver Protect Formula 2
The composition of the item (1 capsule):
Phospholipids complexed silybin 01:02 (kotPhytosome-siliphos) 80 mg
01:02 phospholipids complexed silymarin (silymarin as Phytosome) 100mg
The extract shisandre complexed phospholipids 100 mg
Schizandrin (2%) 2 mg
Seed extract terrible complexed phospholipids 50 mg
Use: Take two capsules daily, with breakfast and dinner
Quantity: 60 capsules