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DETOX

This is a large organ situated under the diaphragm on the right side in the abdomen. Its one of the most critical organs meant for biochemical metabolism connected to almost all major functions of the body ranging from digestion and absorption and assimilation of nutrients , manufacture of fats and also glucose in times of need , thyroid hormone de- iodination , Vitamin K production , and some other important functions related to immunity and metabolism of drugs and medications which we need to take sometimes.

TOTAL DETOX

REASONS FOR ONSET OF LIFESTYLE DISORDERS

TYPES OF ANTIOXIDANTS

ROLE OF BODY CHEMISTRY

ACIDITY IN BODY

ACIDIC IMBALANCE AFFECTS METABOLISM

ALLERGIES ARE AN ACID PROBLEM

FATIGUE IS AN ACID PROBLEM

FAT IS AN ACID PROBLEM

NUTRILIZER UNIQUE FORMULATION

BENEFITS OF NUTRILIZER

BODY IS LIKE A BIO-ENGINE

Toxins are like Dirt in the Engine of the Body. They can interfere with the functioning of the Body.

THE SIMPLE TRUTH IS THAT WE ARE LIVING IN A SEA OF TOXINS AND IT IS DESTROYING OUR BODIES AND BRAINS.

DETOX

What exactly does detoxing mean?

‘’It’s how your body gets rid of waste,” “If waste builds up, we get sick. The key becomes figuring out how to enhance our body’s capacity to detoxify and get rid of waste while minimizing our exposure to toxins.” Detoxification means cleansing the blood. This is done by removing impurities from the blood in the liver, where toxins are processed for elimination. The body also eliminates toxins through the kidneys, intestines, lungs, lymphatic system and skin.

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  • What does the liver do?

    The liver is the largest organ inside your body, and is essential to life, carrying out 500 different functions. It is the factory of the body, making proteins, blood clotting factors, and products to help with digestion and energy release. Your body uses it as a store for energy and iron. It also purifies the blood of bacteria, by-products of digestion, alcohol and drugs.

  • How can Liver health be affected?

    There are many causes of liver disease:-

    Drinking too much alcohol, usually over many years, is the single largest cause.

    There are also viruses that damage the liver; the most important are the blood-borne viruses hepatitis B and C.

    Some people lay down fat cells in their liver, often connected with being overweight or having diabetes.

    Other people carry genetic or develop autoimmune conditions that can lead to liver damage. It is also possible to suffer adverse reactions to medicines or drugs, resulting in liver failure.

    Cancer is both a cause and a consequence of liver disease. Finding the cause is important in designing the right treatment and stopping the progression of the disease.

  • My brother has been told he has cirrhosis. Does this mean he is an alcoholic?

    No, there are many different causes of cirrhosis. Alcohol is only one of these. Cirrhosis may be caused by viruses, iron overload, copper overload, metabolic disease, fat and autoimmune conditions.

  • What are the symptoms of liver disease?

    Liver disease is sometimes referred to as the �silent killer� as there are often only vague symptoms until liver damage is quite severe. Early symptoms can include feeling generally unwell or tired, having poor appetite, weight loss, a tender abdomen, feeling itchy or vomiting. These are symptoms that are common in other medical conditions as well, however. Most people with liver disease only find out during tests for an unrelated illness or a medical check-up. When liver damage is quite severe, people can experience some of the following symptoms including yellow eyes and skin, called jaundice; bleeding problems; drowsiness and confusion; fever; swollen abdomen and legs; and tarry black stools or vomiting blood. If you have any of the symptoms consult your doctor.

  • How common is liver disease?

    Liver disease is on the increase and is now the fifth largest cause of deathin the UK. However, there are many more people living with liver disease and others who have a liver disease but are not aware of it. There are also a large number of people with a liver problem of some description, such as gallstones, and problems that resolve themselves over time without medical treatment. The British Liver Trust estimates that around 2 million people have a liver problem at any one time.

References

Milk Thistle

[Milk Thistle (Silybum Marianum) as a Supportive Phytotherapeutic Agent in Oncology]. [Article in Czech] Frassova Z, Ruda-KucerovaJ. Abstract BACKGROUND: Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) has been traditionally used in medicine, particularly in the treatment of liver diseases. Today, it is used for the same purpose in evidence-based medicine (EBM). Its main active ingredient is a complex of flavonolignans, known as silymarin. Silymarin is used as a hepatoprotectiveagent, but its potential therapeutic use in oncology patients has drawn attention only recently. PURPOSE: The aim of this review is to provide comprehensive information on the potential therapeutic effects of milk thistle in oncology patients and potential indications for its use as a supportive therapy either as an anticarcinogenic agent or as an agent that attenuates the side effects of oncological treatments. Evidence of its effects and its safety, and possible interactions with other cancer treatments are emphasized. Available findings are supported mainly by in vitro studies and the results of animal research, but the number of clinical trials in oncology patients is increasing. Based on the results of these studies, milk thistle or silymarin could be beneficial in oncology patients, especially for the treatment of the side effects of anticancer chemotherapeutics. Evidence from clinical studies shows that it has mainly beneficial effects in hepatotoxicity and radiotherapy-induced skin and mucosa damage at dosages of 160-600 mg daily.Key words: phytotherapy - drug-herb interactions - cancer - adverse effects milk thistle - Silybum marianum This publication was written at Masaryk University as part of the project "Experimental and translational pharmacological research and development", number MUNI/A/1063/2016 with the support of the Specific University Research Grant, as provided by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic in the year 2017. The authors declare they have no potential conflicts of interest concerning drugs, products, or services used in the study. The Editorial Board declares that the manuscript met the ICMJE recommendation for biomedical papers.Submitted: 4. 6. 2017Accepted: 18. 9. 2017.