Wellbeing nutrition

Detox

In many tarditional medecines such as Chinese, Ayurvedic, Greek, or Roman, the regular drainage of the emunctory organ, liver and kidneys, is essential to maintain an overall healthy condition. Today, herbalists and naturopathic physicians often recommend detoxification programs. The goal ? To help body organs such as the liver and kidneys with their funstion of eliminating toxins. They are partly transformed by bile and the liver in order to be evacuated by the intestinal tract and renal excretion.

 

up to 80%

of the world’s population is relying on non-conventional medicines

more than 500

vital functions in the body are related to the liver

1500 L

of blood are filtered by your kidneys

Ingredients solutions
Detox
grape seeds extract

Vitis vinifera L.

Detox action is deeply linked to oxidative stress and our antioxidants status. Grape seeds are one of the richest extracts in antioxidants, particularly thanks to the proanthocyanidins (OPC).

Benefits

OPC helps defend cells against damage caused by harmful molecules known as free radicals. When free radicals accumulate, they may cause oxidative stress. Fighting oxidative stress may help to maintain a functional liver.

Scientific evidences

The efficacy of grape seed OPC has been assessed in a preclinical study. After a high-calorie diet, grape seed OPC supplementation has been found to reduce the levels of stress markers in the liver.

Reduce the levels of stress markers in liver

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artichoke
Artichoke
Cynara scolymus L.
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Artichoke is an important component of the Mediterranean diet and is rich in bioactive polyphenolic compounds. It is traditionally used to treat liver diseases as well as hyperlipidemia by maintaining normal bile production and supporting lipid digestion and metabolism.

Health claim*   Traditional use  Preclinical study  Clinical study

dandelion
Dandelion
Taraxacum officinale web
organic only

Dandelion roots and leaves were used in traditional folk medicine to treat liver problems in Russia, India, and China. Dandelion has also been used as a diuretic to increase the amount of urine and eliminate fluid from the body.

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nettle
Nettle
Urtica dioica L.

Stinging nettle has been used since ancient times. Greek physicians Dioscorides (first century C.E.) and Galen (ca. 130-200 C.E.) reported that nettle leaves had diuretic action.

Health claim*   Traditional use   Preclinical study

olive leaf
Olive leaf
Olea europea L.

In Mediterranean countries, the leaves of olive tree have been widely used in folk medicine to promote the renal elimination of water and also to reduce water retention.

Traditional use

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