Milk Thistle

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Milk thistle is a common herb native to the Mediterranean and has been used for over 2000 years for nutritional support of liver function. The milk thistle flower is rich in three flavonolignins: silybin, silydianin and silychristin. When combined, they form silymarin, the bioflavonoid complex responsible for it’s powerful protective and regenerative effects on the liver. New Beginnings Nutritionals Milk Thistle contains 80% silymarin making it a strong and effective ...

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Artichoke Extract

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Artichoke extract has demonstrated antioxidant action and the ability to maintain healthy digestion and liver function by promoting adequate bile flow.  Bile serves as a major carrier of cholesterol and detoxified substances for excretion from the body.  Artichoke Extract is an excellent alternative to Milk Thistle because it not only protects the liver from damaging pesticides, heavy metals and other liver damaging chemicals; it helps fight free radicals as a ...

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Glycine

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Glycine is an amino acid essential for aiding the detoxification pathways in the body and for central nervous system function. In the brain, glycine acts to inhibit the neurotransmitters that can cause seizure activity, hyperactivity, and manic (bipolar) depression. It also helps supply the body with glucose needed for energy and helps to regulate blood sugar levels. And lastly, glycine participates in processing motor and sensory information that permits movement, ...

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