Triple Anti-Oxidant Liver Formula, a Proactive Approach to Dealing with Environmental Toxins, is Now Available for a Complimentary Trial

Wyckoff, NJ (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

The use of pesticides, drugs and simple carbohydrates are spreading at an alarming rate and placing an added burden on our already over-burdened liver cells, the primary site for detoxification in our bodies.  In light of the recent EPA announcement considering raising allowable glyphosate (Roundup) residues higher, the solubilized triple anti-oxidant from Ethical Alternative Products, ThioGel-L is now available for a complimentary trial.

New research (Samsel & Seneff, Entropy 2013) argues that glyphosate residues in and on food enhances the damaging effects of other toxins by inhibiting enzymes (CYP 450) that facilitate detoxification of these xenobiotic substances.

One of the roles played by the liver involves removing and breaking down most drugs and chemicals that enter the bloodstream.  Breaking down these toxins creates byproducts that can also inflame and damage liver cells.  Liver toxicity is one of the greatest problems associated with the consumption of over-the-counter and prescription drugs.  “Among the prescription drugs that cause liver toxicity, the statins represent a great concern due to the widespread use of these cholesterol-lowering agents in our society” stated Gerald Bruno, Ph.D. founder of Ethical Alternative Products.

New research (Vos & Lavine, Hepatology June 2013) is pointing to the possibility that fructose contributes directly to the development and severity of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).  NAFLD is the most common chronic liver disease in adults and children, and in human studies, fructose has been associated with increasing hepatic fat, inflammation, and possibly fibrosis.  “Fatty liver and diabetes share “insulin resistance” as their chief pathogenic determinant, underpinning the complex and bi-directional relationship linking the liver and diabetes,” stated Bruno.

“Nature has provided many substances that have a beneficial effect on liver function, and standing out among these natural substances are alpha lipoic acid, silymarin and selenium.  These substances have been incorporated into a solubilized, high-bioavailability softgel dosage form sold under the brand name ThioGel-L.  ThioGel-L has been successfully used by integrative medicine and holistic practitioners for more than a decade for conditions affecting liver function and is now available to consumers on a free trial basis,” stated Bruno.


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