- Highly concentrated liver complex of 4 powerful plants
- Synergistic association of Methionine and Choline
- Milk Thistle extract containing 80% of Sylimarin
- Optimization of taking 2 simultaneous capsules once a day
- 100% Quebecois
- Standardized extracts: each capsule ensures the same optimal dosage of active ingredients
THE 6 ACTIVE PRINCIPLES OF TOP DETOX
Since ancient times, milk thistle has been the liver plant with its hepatoprotective action. It regenerates hepatocytes (liver cells) and repairs the liver damaged by liver diseases. Silymarin is the active principle of milk thistle, which gives it all its virtues, in particular that of stimulating the production of enzymes essential for the proper functioning of the liver.
Artichoke promotes the body water elimination and is of help against water retention. It promotes hepatic-biliary function. Artichoke renews the dermis for a glowing complexion. It helps in weight loss.
He is known to be the greater cleaner of the organism. It has diueritic and depurative properties. It stimulates and soothes the liver and prevents kidney problems such as urinary, liver or biliary insufficiency.
Boldo stimulates digestion and relieves digestive disorders such as dyspespia. It is a cytoprotector (protects from harmful substances) and a cholagogue (stimulates the flow of bile into the duodenum). It relieves liver problems like gallbladder stones and liver pain.
Choline is the precursor of the phosphatidylcholine, which is essential for the digestion and elimination of lipids. Choline is a lipotrophic agent that prevents the accumulation of fat in the liver. This accumulation of fat is generally the cause of liver diseases such as fatty liver.
Methionine and Cysteine are only two sulfur-containing amino acids. Methionine is involved in the production of glutathione, which is the best antioxidant that the body, and more precisely the liver, can produce. This antioxidant is of help to get rid of free radicals waste. Methionine is also the precursor of choline. It is worth noting that a Methionine deficiency can lead to intoxication and liver dysfunction.