Liver Support

by Nurture
Code
00454860438291
Size:30s
R329.95 R294.95 R35.00
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Overview

Nurture Liver Support is designed to support detoxification

Description

Nurture Liver support is designed to support detoxification, by providing nutrients that optimise liver function and balance detoxification pathways, helping our system to cope better with the demands of modern living. This formula will assist those with chemical sensitivities and increased exposure to environmental toxins who may display symptoms such as increased allergies, fatigue or headaches.

Ingredients

Vitamins A 2500 IU, C 67 mg, D 16.5 mg, E 33.5 IU, Thiamin 5 mg, Riboflavin 2.5 mg, Niacin 11.5 mg, B6 8.5 mg, Folate 134 mcg, B12 16.2 mcg, Biotin 33 mcg, Pantothenic Acid 16.5 mg, Zinc 3.25 mg, Selenium 25 mcg, Copper 0.325 mg, Manganese 0.82 mg, Molybdenum 33 mcg, Extracts of: milk thistle 25 mg, Decaf Green Tea 28 mg, Artichoke 83.5 mg, Watercress 66.5 mg, Pomegranate 43.75 mg, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine 33.5 mg, Sodium Sulfate 50 mg, and Taurine 58.5 mg.

Directions

Take 1-2 capsules daily.

Dietary Summary

  • Gluten Free
  • Wheat Free
  • Dairy Free
  • GE/GMO Free Ingredients
 

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