Pine bark and grape seed
Modernization has brought extremely positive things to our society and lifestyle, although it has also brought about some negative changes that can directly affect our health.
We have considerably increased the consumption of refined and processed foods.
We live surrounded by a large amount of environmental toxins and pollution.
The increase in life expectancy has brought with it an increase in the consumption of medication that leaves its remains in our body.
As a consequence of our rhythm of life, mediated by stress, chronic inflammatory pathologies are becoming more common.
The liver acts as the filter for everything that passes through our body and that is why it is recommended to improve the two phases of liver detoxification with powerful and quality antioxidants.
Vitarlic cleanse works on both liver detoxification phases: promotes oxidation in phase 1 and improves elimination in phase 2
Based on aged garlic, vitamins A, C and E, selenium and green tea, among other ingredients
Everything that enters our body passes through the intestine. Chlorella algae contains a lot of micronutrients with high chelating power of heavy metals that will help us cleanse the intestine by trapping the toxics and promoting its elimination. We will improve intolerances and inflammation caused by an excess of toxins.
Based on Chlorella pyrenoidossa enriched with zinc.
Hepatoprotective thistle, cleanses the liver safely
High tolerance physiological antioxidant
Antioxidant and antihepatotoxic
Detoxifying and with high chelating (trapping) power of heavy metals
The body has, naturally, different ways of eliminating toxins: liver processes, renal clearance, biliary excretion, etc. That is to say, our body, naturally, detoxifies daily in such a way that it prevents substances that may be harmful to our body from accumulating and affecting us in the long term.
Therefore, when we do a detoxification process, we are promoting these physiological processes of the body. Most of the time we focus on helping liver detoxification, since the liver is the main purifying organ of the body. We thus promote the elimination of these toxic substances through the use of powerful antioxidants that neutralize these substances, and we protect the body as we ensure that the liver continues to function without being exhausted to the extreme.
Apart from liver detoxification, there are other types of detoxification with which can help our body to eliminate substances that can be a potential risk, such as drug residues, excess lipids, reactive proteins, etc.
Well, they are two totally independent concepts, although both are closely related to our physical well-being. Mainly, slimming diets allow us to reduce body volume by adjusting some dietary restrictions (fats and hydrates) in such a way that we reduce the volume associated with abdominal fat tissue.
On the other hand, a detoxification process eliminates substances mainly associated with purifying organs (liver, intestine, kidney), although it is true that part of this elimination will be of visceral fat and circulating blood lipid. What we are not going to achieve is to reduce the volume associated with adipose tissue.
As we have said, although the liver is the main purifying organ, there are other organs with an important detoxifying function, including the intestine. The digestive tract receives everything that enters our body: food, medicines, drinks, etc. And not only that, but it eliminates everything that, once processed, we do not need. This means that our digestive system also accumulates substances that damage our body: inflammation, intolerance, bloating, constipation, etc..
That is why it is good to consider, at least, a digestive detoxification, so that we can reset our digestive system and, later, with high quality probiotics we provide the necessary microorganisms for an optimal digestive system.
Also, we have to think that the natural path of most of the detoxified substances at the liver is the bile duct, and therefore they flow into the intestine in order to join the stool. This means that what we improve in the liver, also needs an improvement in the intestine. Therefore, it is convenient to consider intestinal cleansing once we have finished liver detoxification. If we are also on a diet with loss of adipose volume, it would be even more necessary to purify the intestine and eliminate the heavy metals that are released when burning fat and that only contribute inflammation, swelling and discomfort to our digestive tract.
If we carry out a complete detoxification, we will be able to improve the body's purifying physiological processes and we will benefit from a better quality of life on a physical level. We cannot look for a specific or short-term result as when, for example, we take an analgesic for pain, although we will improve our overall well-being in addition to preventing possible general symptoms.
Situations of digestive discomfort of unknown cause will also improve a lot with a comprehensive digestive cleansing and a good seeding of the microbiota, since inflammation will be reduced and an integral eubiosis will be promoted at the digestive level.
On the other hand, at the liver level we will improve blood fat levels, thus reducing the cardiovascular risk associated with dyslipidemia (high triglycerides and cholesterol), in addition to promoting the proper elimination of the remains of drugs that may saturate this metabolic path, thus achieving a clear effect of medication in chronic polymedicated patients.