When is the last time you thought about your liver? Most of us hardly ever do, but it is one of the hardest working organs in the body. Like a good housekeeper, the liver cleans out impurities in our bodies, breaks down dangerous chemicals, and filters what nutrients are kept. This process aids in digestion, helps build immunity, and maintains metabolism. Let's not forget, the liver is responsible for breaking down carbohydrates, which helps regulate blood sugar levels.
What's your liver up to all day?
Sometimes known as the “gatekeeper”, the liver oversees what stays in and what leaves the body. You can think of it as your body's natural detoxing organ. This means that on a regular basis the liver is exposed to environmental toxins, poor diets, processed foods, medications, and alcohol – all of which cause the liver to work overtime and may lead to major health conditions.
When is it time to think about cleansing your liver?
If you are like most of us living with pollutants, a not so healthy diet, or just want a good detox from a long weekend, then it’s probably time to think about cleansing your liver. After all, without a properly functioning liver, your body can become damaged and slowly begin to shut down. That's why Health Plus has created Super Liver Cleanse.
Health Plus has designed Super Liver Cleanse to protect the liver and support its natural functions.* Super Liver Cleanse is an herbal blend that is made up of artichoke leaf, beet leaf, astaxanthin, which are all known for their antioxidant benefits.* Artichoke leaf is also helpful in supporting the livers role in maintaining a healthy gut. We added turmeric and milk thistle as well.* Turmeric, to support the ever important bile secretion, which is important for food digestion, and milk thistle to support your liver's ability to store glucose.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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