- Acts against the damaging effects of alcohol consumption.
- Helps to regenerate and protect the liver.
- Protects brain cells against alcohol induced oxidative damage.
Alcohol Detox capsules contain a combination of ingredients which act synergistically against the damaging effects of alcohol consumption. You can buy this new formulation at Supersmart, now with improved benefits from adding asparagine, Picrorhiza kurroa and kudzu, to further boost its efficacy. Combined in a single capsule, this concentrate of active principles can help regenerate and protect the liver, especially against the harmful effects of alcohol.
Acetaldehyde, a by-product of alcohol metabolism by the liver, is thirty times more toxic than alcohol itself. It encourages the formation of crosslinks between glucose and proteins, a process known as ‘glycation'. Alcohol metabolism also significantly increases free radical production which, if left unchecked by antioxidants, results in major oxidative stress. Alcohol consumption can cause a massive drop in levels of numerous micronutrients:
For optimal liver protection, you may also be interested in a powerful and natural chelator called zeolite clinoptilolite, available to buy at Supersmart. Studies suggest this compound can reduce the body's alcohol absorption by around 40%.
|Daily dose : 1 capsule
Number of doses per box : 120
|Amount per dose|
|Ascorbic acid||125 mg|
|Sodium R-lipoate||50 mg|
|Thiamine HCl||50 mg|
|Milk thistle 80 % silymarin||50 mg|
|Picrorhiza kurroa 4 % Kutkin||50 mg|
|Kudzu 40 % isoflavones||50 mg|
|Other ingredients:Acacia gum, rice flour.|
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