Ultimate Detox, Cleanse & Rebuild
Ultimate Detox & Cleanse™
Works on four different levels at once:
Intestinal tract and colon cleansing support. Support for blood and body detoxification systems
Support for liver cleansing. Supports for fat metabolism (contains support for fat burning and energy processes and guggul gum for intestinal tract support)
Blood Detoxification Factors™
(Blood & Body Systems)
Iron, zinc, manganese and molybdenum – needed for detoxification enzymes.
Echinacea – Well known for detoxification properties.
Liver is central to detoxification of body systems
Toxins and free radicals must be de-activated
Fat is metabolized in the liver and mixed with bile for digestion and elimination
Thiamin – converted to its active form in the Liver. Also a carbohydrate metabolizer.
Nicotinic Acid (niacin) – for fat and cholesterol metabolism.
Pantothenic Acid – required for the metabolism of fats and proteins (70 enzymes need either pantothenic acid or Coenzyme A).
Lecithin – emulsification of fat and provides phospholipids for incorporation into cell membranes.
Choline and Inositol – metabolism of fat and cholesterol.
Threonine – lipotropic (helps the liver to metabolize fat).
Methionine – Sulfur-containing amino acid necessary to conjugation (liver detoxification) reactions.
Vitamin A and Vitamin E – Both act as anti-oxidants.
Milk Thistle – stimulates regenerative ability of liver and formation of new hepatocytes.
Vitamin K – utilized for the formation of prothrombin, necessary for blood coagulation.
B12 – also stored in the liver.
Fiber & More™
Fibers helps to inactivate toxins in the intestinal tract and increases peristaltic action of the intestinal tract.
Apple pectin and Okra Leaf – soluble fiber.
Rice Bran, Flax Seed, Psyllium Seed Husk – soluble and insoluble fibers.
Butternut Root Bark, Marshmallow Root – insoluble fibers.
Fat Metabolism Factors™
Choline and Inositol – both are lipotropics.
Lecithin – emulsifies fat.
Iodine, Sea Wrack and Chromium – Energy support.
Phenylalanine – stimulates the production of Cholecystokinin (CCK) which triggers being satiated.