LIVER CONCENTRATE (100 capsules)

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LIVER CONCENTRATE (100 capsules)Livatrate provides the growth and repair factors for liver regeneration as well as the inherent B vitamin, mineral, enzyme, and nucleic acid components used by the body on a regularbasis.The liver possesses the ability to perform a tremendous number of functions while retaining the power to regenerate itself. Its importance to the body's well-being cannot be over-emphasized.

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100 capsules Raw Liver Concentrate

Each capsule contains:
Raw Bovine Liver Concentrate 475 mg.

Other ingredients: defatted freeze dried liver, rice flour, magnesium stearate, gelatin.

PHYSIOLOGY: The liver possesses the ability to perform a tremendous number of functions while retaining the power to regenerate itself. Its importance to the body’s well-being cannot be over-emphasized. It deaminates proteins, destroys uric acid, stores glycogen, and it produces bile and cholesterol.

It is here that urea, serum albumin, fibrinogen, prothrombin, ketone bodies and conjugated glucuronides occur. However, most importantly, the liver is responsible for detoxifying the system (blood) of bacterial and mineral poisons and for excretion, modification, or absorption of dyes and drugs. It is not surprising that liver disease, no matter what the cause, upsets one or more facets of carbohydrate, protein, lipid, bile and/or drug metabolism.

Directions:
Livatrate provides the growth and repair factors for liver regeneration as well as the inherent B vitamin, mineral, enzyme, and nucleic acid components used by the body on a regular basis.

One to three capsules daily, or more, as directed by a doctor.

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