Benefits of Liv D-ToxTM
- Helps detoxify hormones from fat cells
- Can be used as part of an Acne protocol
- Can be used as part of an Estrogen Dominance related Weight Loss Protocol
- Can be used with Bio Identical Hormone Therapies
- Can be used as part of a Cancer Immune Support Protocol
Proprietary Blend: Turmeric, Astragalus, Cyperus rotundus (nut grass), Asparagus, Apricot Kernel seeds, Pomegranate Extract, Ginger, Silymarin (from milk thistle seed extract), Wasabi root Powder, Vitamin E 15 mg (as D-Alpha Tocopherol Succinate 50% ), Phosphatidylcholine from Sunflower seed powder 40%, Lecithin powder from Sunflower seed (non GMO).
It contains no soy, no stearates, no phosphates, no synthetic derivatives, and no animal products.
Turmeric may help prevent, control or even kill several types of cancer including breast, colon and prostate. A study published in 2001 in the scientific journal “The Prostate,” found that curcumin significantly inhibits prostate cancer growth and has the potential to prevent the progression of the cancer to its hormone refractory state. Although further human trials are required before doctors can recommend curcuma, the substance appears to have a strong potential for fighting many different cancers. The University of Maryland Medical Center explains that the herb may work by stopping the growth of the blood vessels that supply cancerous growths, and its preventative effects may derive from its antioxidant activity that protects cells from damage.
Wasabi (Wasabia japonica) Root Powder. Current research is focused on the isothiocyanates (ITCs) that provide the majority of activity. Many scientists have concentrated on 6-MITC, of which Wasabia japonica contains a high concentration. It has been found to be 40 times more effective than other ITCs found in other Brassicas (broccoli, cauliflower). An important point is that ITCs are effective against the cancerous cells but do no harm to healthy cells. No side effects have been encountered. There is now evidence showing that wasabiand its ITCs provide other medical effects to include reducing diarrhea (Nakayama et al., 1998); protecting nephrons in diabetes patients (Fukuchi et al., 2004); acting as antioxidants (Gao et al., 2001; Lee et al., n.d.); providing immune modulation (Manesh and Kuttan, 2003); and inhibiting cancer and reducing treatment toxicities (Manesh and Kuttan, 2005).1
Sunflower Lecithin Powder is increasingly used by formulators in place of soy lecithin, which is not only allergenic, but often comes from GMO (genetically modified) soy. The sunflower lecithin powder in this formulation comes from non-GMO sunflowers and is non allergenic. The Phosphatidylcholine in this formula is also derived from sunflower seeds.