Soon to expiration December 2023
Item Code: 6406
Quantity: 20 oz. 566.99 grams 14 gr scoop
Description: Metabolic Clearing Formula Phase 1 and 2 Liver Detox: NEW ADVANCED FORMULATION! Certified Organic/NON GMO pea protein formula.
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Indications: Consider for Metals detox and to support hepatic detoxification and GI tract healing; also consider digestive inflammation, leaky gut syndrome, ulcers, rheumatoid arthritis, and food sensitivities; use with Livotrit Plus™ for hepatic clearing. Detoxification is a complex process that demands nutrients over and above what are needed for normal daily functioning. Detoxification is an active process that involves at least two steps:
1) Oxidation: In a process that generates free radicals, an molecule of reactive oxygen is added to the toxin that is being processed. The purpose of this first step is to make the toxin ready for the second stage of the detoxification process. If nutrient supply is insufficient, then the first oxidative step may not proceed efficiently or the free radical damage from the biochemical reactions may increase oxidative stress and lead to tissue damage.
2) Conjugation: The second phase of detoxification is the conjugation stage, wherein a molecule such as taurine, glycine, or glutathione is covalently bound to the toxin to increase its solubility in water. After the conjugation step, the toxin is ready to be excreted in the bile or urine. If nutrients are not sufficiently available for this second step, then the oxidized toxin cannot be excreted efficiently and may cause secondary damage by interacting with body tissues and DNA
Ingredients: See PDF Label below.
Suggestion: Blend, shake, or briskly stir 2 level scoops (28 grams) of NutriClear into 8 oz. of chilled water or the beverage of your choice.
References: Independent research and additional information
Fletcher RH, Fairfield KM. Vitamins for chronic disease prevention in adults: clinical applications. JAMA. 2002 Jun 19; 287( 23): 3127-9