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    📝 Liver is the 2nd largest & only organ that can regenerate itself. 
    📝 The liver carries out more than 500 vital roles in the human body.  
    📝 Liver is one of the most vital but overworked organs.
    📝 The constant stress on your liver from your unhealthy diet and lifestyle can wear out the liver quickly. A liver that is failing will pose a danger to your life. 
    📝 Fatty liver affects 57% of Malaysian.

    Nourish Your Liver Wisely & Naturally 🌿

    For centuries, natural herbs have been used to give the liver a boost in metabolising (breaking down) and processing nutrients and removing toxins in our body. 3 good examples of powerful liver herbs are:

    Milk Thistle Extract

    ◾Contains silymarin, potent liver protective flavonoids.

     

    ◾Protecting liver cells by prevents toxins from entering the liver & slows down the rate at which the liver absorbs harmful substances.

     

    ◾A powerful antioxidant, Silymarin helps to neutralises harmful free radicals and helps to increases level of glutathione & superoxide dismutase (SOD).

     

    ◾Repairs injured cells & generates liver cells by stimulating protein synthesis.

     

    ◾Aids digestion by increases the production of bile for breaking down fat.

    Dandelion Root

    ◾As a general tonic & has blood cleansing properties.

     

    ◾Protects & strengthens the liver.

     

    ◾Stimulating bile secretion & aids in digestion.

     

    ◾Acts as diuretic.

     

    ◾Helps to break down gallstones & kidney stones.

     

    ◾Improves overall functions of liver, kidneys, spleen & pancreas.

    Turmeric

    ◾A herb that has medicinal value of turmeric compound called curcumin, an antioxidant & anti-inflammatory constituent that gives turmeric its brilliant yellow-orange colour.

     

    ◾Protects the liver against injury caused by toxins.

     

    ◾Increases bile solubility & production for preventing & treating gallstones.

     

    ◾Anti-inflammatory to mucous membranes, which coat the stomach and intestines.

    The combination of herbs have been traditionally used for:

    Aids in digestion, repair & regeneration of liver cells. 

    Supports liver function and bile production.

    Protects the liver against free radical damage.

    Helps in detoxification.

    Promotes the natural healing process of liver cells.

    Restores energy levels.

     

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    References:

    1. Kroll DJ, Shaw HS, Oberlies NH.(2007). Milk thistle nomenclature: why it matters in cancer research and pharmacokinetic studies. Integrative Cancer Therapies. 6: 110 - 119.
    2. Feher J, Lengyel G., [Silymarin in the treatment of chronic liver diseases: past and future]. [Article in Hungarian], Orv Hetil. 2008 Dec 21;149(51):2413-8.
    3. Darvesh AS, Aggarwal BB, Bishayee A., Curcumin and liver cancer: a review. Curr Pharm Biotechnol. 2012 Jan;13(1):218-28.
    4. You Y et al. In vitro and in vivo hepatoprotective effects of the aqueous extract from Taraxacum officinale (dandelion) root against alcohol-induced oxidative stress. Food Chem Toxicol. 2010 Jun; 48(6):1632-7.

    This information is provided by Groway for education purposes only. It should not be used to substitute medical diagnosis.

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