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    Liver Support & Detox Intensive



    Genestra Liver Support & Detox Intensive has been discontinued by the manufacturer. 

    Supports digestive system health and detoxification*
    • Promotes liver health and function*
    • Supports healthy hepatic lipid metabolism and detoxification*
    • Provides antioxidant support in the liver*
    • Reformulated to remove fructose and include more prebiotic fiber
    • Delicious lemon-berry flavor

    Liver Support & Detox Intensive* is a great-tasting combination of nutrients and herbal extracts that promote hepatic and gastrointestinal health.1-13* The liver is the main organ involved in cleaning and detoxifying the blood.1 Research demonstrates that green tea poylphenols, vitamin C, indole-3-carbinol and N-acetyl cysteine promote the activity of hepatic antioxidant and detoxification enzymes to support liver health.6-10* Lipotropes, including choline and methionine, promote healthy hepatic lipid metabolism to further maintain liver function.11* Liver Support & Detox Intensive* has been reformulated: the fructose has been removed and replaced with increased fructooligosaccharides (FOS). This type of prebiotic, soluble fiber has been shown to promote the presence of beneficial bacteria in the gut, increase the production of short chain fatty acids, promote regularity and improve general well-being in adults.12-15*

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