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Triple Anti-Oxidant Liver Formula, a Proactive Approach to Dealing with Environmental Toxins, is Now Available for a Complimentary Trial
Date:7/30/2013

Wyckoff, NJ (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

The liver is a decidedly unglamorous organ that quietly goes about its assigned task of removing toxins from the body to maintain/restore homeostasis. The demands on liver cells have reached unprecedented levels as a result of technological trends in the food and drug industries.

Massive amounts of chemical compounds (6.5 billion pounds) are released into the environment each year, including toxic metals, pesticides, insecticides, PCB’s and herbicides. Residues of the herbicide glyphosate are found in the main food sources (sugar, corn, soy and wheat) consumed in the Western diet. According to the Epoch Times*, even though new research has linked glyphosate to serious health issues, the EPA has been petitioned to raise allowable residues even higher. New research (Samsel & Seneff, Entropy 2013)** argues that glyphosate residues in and on food enhances the damaging effects of other toxins by inhibiting enzymes (CYP 450) that facilitate detoxification of these xenobiotic substances.

One of the roles played by the liver involves removing and breaking down most drugs and chemicals that enter the bloodstream. Breaking down these toxins creates byproducts that can also inflame and damage liver cells. Liver toxicity is one of the greatest problems associated with the consumption of over-the-counter and prescription drugs.

“Among the prescription drugs that cause liver toxicity, the statins represent a great concern due to the widespread use of these cholesterol-lowering agents in our society. Although there is controversy regarding the risk of elevated liver enzymes with statin use, routine liver function tests are no longer required, and physicians are being encouraged to prescribe statins even for patients with existing liver disease (Eg., chronic liver disease, hepatitis C, and fatty liver). Intertwined with the direct effect of statins on liver cells, is the effe
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