Serves to bind the bile, in order to make not catalyzes toxins, as a result of the above enzymatic action of some intestinal microorganisms. This catalyst is not possible even when the toxins are transported from the blood, from plasma or by the gastric juices once the bile is linked to the charcoal. It 's also used as an antidote in the case of poisoning, and acts as a sponge for ammonia, viruses, bacteria and for their slag, even used for the treatment of cholera and dysentery. And the best and the binding of toxins derived from wood is the only recommended in the book. Dosage: 2 capsules with each meal or 2 teaspoons powdered.
If food is too long in the intestines may occur processes of necrosis (tissue death) and intestinal poisoning. Adequate doses of soluble fiber can be taken from futta fresh, vegetables and rice milk shakes, and can reduce the formation of endotoxins and absorption by promoting the elimination.
Decrease in intestinal permeability
The intestine in good health allows a certain passage of nutrients but when the permeability increases beyond the physiological values here is that the filter function by bacteria and toxins which should be removed from the gut enter the bloodstream.
The substances responsible to repair the damage to the intestinal wall are:
· Vitamin E
· pantothenic acid (contained in the probiotic "Probiophilus")
· soluble fiber
To achieve this aim the reorganization of the intestinal walls is sufficient to assume the alga Spirulina, such as soluble fiber can take guar gum, shakes, rice, seeds, psyllium and pectin (found in the cookie jar).
Vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients
These elements are essential as carriers of the detoxification process. The nutrients are listed are contained in high doses in spirulina, the carrot, and several vitamins (Vitamin B2, B6, B12, pantothenic acid and folic acid) in the probiotic formulazione Probiophilus.
Spirulina (Spirulina maxima)
It has a high content of Vitamin C, E, B group, carotene and carotenoids, selenium, methionine, manganese, copper, zinc, and superoxide dismutase, an antioxidant enzyme very useful to fight free radicals. It therefore has a key role to support the fight against free radicals released by the process of purification and toxins, and strengthening the defenses and facilitate transit of bile.
Natural antioxidants are capable of protecting the tissues. Vitamin C increases the antioxidant capacity of bioflavonoids for which the combined use of two substances is recommended.
No drug synthesis proves so effective as hepatoprotector, increases by 35% the production of GLUTATHIONE even in healthy patients facilitating detoxification hepatic phase 2 and preventing the depletion of glutathione, very important because also acts as an antioxidant against free radicals generated by the first phase of detoxification which would tend to damage the liver itself.
Directions for use:
Fatty liver in patients with diabetes
Nausea in pregnancy
Hepatic dysfunction alcoholism (ie you have cholestasis permanence of bile in the liver, the blood can not be properly filtered to 99% in one step as occurs in healthy patients because the liver fails to eliminate toxins, and sometimes also requires 10 steps )
Acute viral hepatitis
Protecting the immune system and liver
Dosage: 200 mg 3 times / day.
Recommended RETINOL, or ACID RETINOLICO, for immune disorders and infections rather than vitamin A itself. Dosage: 10000-30000 IU / For doses of more than 10000 IU requires a prescription.
RIBOFLAVIN (VITAMIN B2)
Promotes cellular energy production and glutathione. Gives a yellow color to the urine Dosage: 10-20 mg / day.