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It’s virtually impossible to live a toxin-free life...
Modern living exposes us to a multitude of chemicals and toxins on a daily basis which puts extra stress on the body. Luckily we have a great system for dealing with the daily onslaught, and that’s the liver.

Your liver is responsible for processing both external and internally-produced toxins so that they can be safely eliminated from the body. But we need to make sure that it works properly, by giving it all the materials it needs to function optimally.



Your liver relies on a number of essential nutrients, amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. That rate at which the liver processes toxins is determined by both genetics and lifestyle. If the process is put under pressure (by exposure to too many toxins) the system becomes unbalanced and the liver will be unable to effectively eliminate the toxins. This can lead to symptoms of toxic overload, which may include:

 Brain Fog    
 Low mood   
→ Headaches  
 Skin rashes 
 Aches and pains
 
New allergies and sensitivities
 Memory and concentration problems

By consuming key nutrients, and at the same time reducing exposure to toxins, you can help to support your liver function and avoid some of the problems caused by ongoing toxic overload. 


 

Read more about the important role of the liver & detoxification

From a simple explanation of the role of the liver to a technical paper examining specific elements that can affect toxicity, we have something for everyone wanting to know more about detoxification. 

 

Liver - The Facts

What Your Liver Actually Does

If You Only Make One Change This Year, Make It This

Why Detox Isn't The Devil

Common Sources of Toxins & 10 Ways They Cause Disease

How Your Body Gets Rid of Toxins: A Very Simple Explanation

How To Detox Your Life | Infographic

 

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Liver Detoxification Protocol

Nutritional Support for Detoxification

Clinical Guide - Nutri Advanced Products to Support The Liver