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|Servings: 90 caps.|
In case of slight disorders of the parameters defining liver function or just for prophylaxis, the dose of one capsule a day may be sufficient. However, when we use Liver & Tudca in order to protect the liver for example during steroid cycle or taking invasive drugs, the daily dose may be increased to 3 capsules, divided into 2 or 3 portions during the day.
The time of application is not imposed, as it should be adjusted to the time of drug application or the pace of progress in test results. Taking during or after a meal is the most optimal option.
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Tauroursodeoxycholic acid (TUDCA) is a bile salt found naturally in the body. It has hydrophilic properties and is thus characterised by very good solubility in water.
TUDCA is targeted at improving the flow of bile and promoting its production. What is more, it protects hepatocytes (liver cells) and cholangiocytes (epithlial cells of the bile duct) against harmful effects of toxins and promotes their efficient regeneration.
TUDCA supplementation is recommended mainly to promote the treatment of disorders of the liver and bile duct accompanied by cholestasis. In addition, it may be a perfect solution for individuals who want to improve detoxification and liver regeneration, e.g. caused by alcoholism or anabolic agents and hepatotoxic medicines.
Cysteine belongs to the group of essential amino acids, synthesized by the body, involved in detoxification of the body. The combination of L-cysteine with glutamine and glycine is involved in the synthesis of glutathione (a powerful antioxidant) and the proteins, enzymes and co-enzymes. Present in the protein product, in smaller amounts in corn and peanuts. The source of the acquisition are also concentrates and whey protein isolates, and preparations containing mixtures of amino acids. Not in the form mono-preparations. It is a component of detoxification, supporting the work of the liver supplements and in supplements improving the cosmetics of the body, usually in the form of L-cystine (two connected cysteine particles) or in the form of NAC.
Dosage: the usual supplementation: 50-500 mg per day.
Extract from milk thistle (Silybum marianum) a plant of the Asteraceae family, of which a source of active substances are fruit, providing silymarin (silibilina, silydianina, silichrystyna in the ratio of 2: 1: 1), an antioxidant, natural protection of liver cells, affecting positively the level of glutathione, anti-inflammatory properties (slow release of prostaglandins, and histamine). It affects the blood lipid profile by lowering levels of LDL cholesterol. It is used in medical prophylaxis and treatments (food poisoning, liver disease and in case of high calorie diet). Available in the form of mono-preparation supplements and multicomponent supplements supporting the work of the digestive system and the liver in the "health."category. Preparations available at www.muscle-zone.pl
Dosage: Dose converted into silymarin, from 200 to 400 mg / 24h
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