Features and Benefits
Healthy liver function
Protects the liver
Natural liver detox processes
Healthy immune system function
Artery health and circulation
Your liver is a key player in your body’s digestive system. Everything you eat or drink including, passes through the liver. The Liver is a vital organ and not something you can live without. As well the liver plays a central role in all metabolic processes in the body. In fat metabolism the liver cells break down fat and produce energy. It has been estimated that 1 in 5 people worldwide has some form of liver damage. Unfortunately most are unaware until it is a real health issue.
BPF99™ 250mg contains a unique combination and large quantities of polyphenols (plant chemicals), together with an extremely large amount of antioxidants which vastly decreases oxidative stress, all of which result in an increase in blood circulation and improvement in vascular health and a reduction in inflammation. Three studies have shown it to lower fat (steatosis) and improved function in the liver.
Is used in traditional medicine for centuries as a specific liver and gallbladder remedy. The active ingredient in artichoke is cynarin which is found in highest concentrations in the leaves. Like silymarin, cynarin has demonstrated significant liver protecting and regenerating effects.
Treated subjects displayed lower levels of the liver enzymes alanine transaminase and aspartate transaminase, as well as decreased triglycerides and cholesterol, and significant weight loss. These preliminary findings suggest that berberine may indeed represent a potential new approach to treating NAFLD.
Decreases cholesterol production in the liver and to increase the breakdown of LDL (low-density lipoprotein or “bad”) cholesterol. It also decreases the stickiness of particles in the blood known as platelets.
Supplementation prevented progression of NAFLD and the beneficial effects were accompanied by reduction of hepatic triglyceride accumulation, elevation of hepatic lipid catabolic enzyme, improvement of glucose and lipid metabolism, suppression of inflammation as well as resolution of oxidative stress, probably through enhancement of insulin signalling. Our findings suggest that chromium could serve as a hepatoprotective agent against NAFLD.