The modern-day fast food culture and excessive drinking habits are main two culprits that have taken our liver health to a disastrous low. All the non-organic food and processed food we consume delivers enough toxins to destabilize your digestive system.
The liver is the organ that orchestrates your digestive system. Everything that you eat or drink passes through the liver to be metabolized and broken down into usable molecules that exert their effects throughout the body.
The liver performs the following important functions: removes toxic substances like drugs and alcohol from the blood; it ensures steady levels of various hormones and blood sugar levels; it is the storage organ which extracts and stores energy from the food you eat; it produces several proteins such as albumin, bile and several essential enzymes needed by your body.
The health of your liver determines the health of your digestive system and your health in general. It is thus very important to protect your liver and keep it in good health. Ensuring liver health just means that you need to monitor your food and drink and avoid things that could damage your liver.
NutriNZ 100% Pure New Zealand Abalone: 90 Capsules
Abalone is a natural liver supporter and boosts the detoxifying power of the liver. It does that by supporting the metabolic functions of the liver. Antioxidants like Vitamin A, Vitamin E and Selenium prevent oxidative damage in the liver and the body. It can also prevent liver damage from regular or excessive alcohol consumption.
NutriNZ Maxi OMEGA-3 Plus: 60 Capsules
The metabolic benefits of krill oil offers greater liver gene control and is used as a remedy against major liver dysfunctions. The use of Omega-3 fatty acids from krill oil improves the glucose metabolism and lipid synthesis, thus providing support to the functions of the liver, while ensuring that renal diseases and liver dysfunction is avoided.
NutriNZ Premium Grade New Zealand Marine Collagen: 90 Capsules
The antioxidant peptides contained within Marine Collagen prevent free radical-mediated oxidation, which is detrimental to liver health and the health of the body as a whole.