Toxic Relief Booster
The relief from toxic overload grows even stronger when Liver Cleanse is taken with “Toxic Relief Booster”, which contains key minerals vital to phase I and phase II detoxification, and also extra botanical extracts to reinforce and augment the effects of the first supplement.
The two key minerals found in the Toxic Relief Booster are magnesium and selenium. Magnesium, in particular, is a mineral often found deficient in people suffering from toxic overload. Magnesium is a cofactor in the reaction which turns a form of cysteine and glycine into glutathione, and is thus an essential mineral to the detoxification process.
Selenium is also involved with glutathione, but in a slightly different manner. Selenium forms a complex with glutathione in a family of enzymes which is in charge of protecting the body from oxidative damage. While this family of enzymes is not directly involved in detoxification through the liver, they play a vital role in detoxifying red blood cells.
Grape seed extract, one of the botanicals in the Toxic Relief Booster, can play a significant role in boosting phase I detoxification by increasing expression of an enzyme known as CYP7A1, which regulates how much bile our body produces. Producing more bile is extremely useful in detoxification as the liver excretes toxins through bile, which then binds to soluble fiber in our intestines and gets eliminated. By increasing bile production, toxin elimination is directly increased!
Curcumin is a phytochemical which is effective against mercury, an increasingly common toxin in our food supply, especially seafood. By increasing activity levels of certain enzymes, such as glutathione peroxidase, and helping to increase glutathione levels in general, curcumin not only protects against mercury-related toxicity, but can actively reverse it!
In short, the Toxic Relief Booster brings your detoxification efforts to an even greater level, ensuring you have enough of the necessary mineral cofactors for your body to utilize its detoxification pathways as well as helping your body target specific toxins, such as mercury.
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