MUSCLESPORT – LIVER PRO REVOLUTION
The liver is one of the most important, underrated organs in the body. It is responsible for over 500 health functions that are crucial to sustain life, and it is the epicenter of metabolism.
LIVER FUNCTION SUPPORT
- May increase the rate of protein synthesis in liver cells and encourage subsequent repair after injury to the cells*
- Assist the enzymes that are responsible for flushing out known dietary carcinogens*
- Stimulates bile secretion and benefits the liver by helping it to eliminate toxins*
- Fights against various forms of oxidation & pro-inflammatory cytokines*
Of these 500, three are of vital importance. First, the liver filters the blood coming from the digestive tract before passing it to the rest of the body, a critical step in filtering out toxins and directing nutrients. Second, the liver detoxifies chemicals and metabolizes drugs. Third, the liver makes enzymes responsible for proper digestion and intestinal function.
WHAT’S IN IT ?
Supplementing with Milk Thistle may help support a reduction in LDL (bad cholesterol) and acts as a mild liver tonic by supporting detoxification pathways.
Glutathione is a naturally occurring amino acid in the body and plays a vital role in acting as a potent antioxidant while also being a critical nutrient required for optimal methylation. Supplementing with Glutathione can help support efficient methylation and may also help mitigate liver inflammation.
N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC)
NAC is a potent antioxidant and acts as a natural pre-cursor to Glutathione production while also being linked to potentially reducing AST/ALT levels in those suffering from fatty liver disease, which are enzymes related to liver damage or inflammation.
It’s no surprise that this herb is popular in Ayurveda medicine as its active constituent Curcumin is a potent COX 2 inhibitor, which is responsible for causing inflammation.
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)
ALA is a mitochondrial fatty acid that helps regulate energy metabolism, with specificity for also improving insulin sensitivity and carbohydrate assimilation.