Liver Juice is now available.
New research suggests that supplementing with Liver Juice before and during your cycle, can greatly reduce the liver toxic effect from 17aa methylated steroids. Its works by increasing bile production in the liver and reducing the chance of developing reversible cholestasis. (the primary condition developed from use of 17aa oral steroids)(1-18)
Because Liver Juice delivers milk thistle so efficiently with the Liqua-Vade delivery system, it is one of the most cost effective milk thistle supplements on the market.
Liver Juice -
- Natural liver protector, rejuvenator and cleanser
- Absorbs 8x better than other milk thistle extracts
- Increases production of healthy bile salts
- Natural milk thistle extract has zero side-effects
- Protective against oral steroid induced toxicity
Unmatched Delivery System
To show the exceptional solubility accomplished with the milk thistle in our Liver Juice, we went ahead and took a 5mL dose (500mg) of Liver Juice and mixed it into a glass of water. We then took 500mg of the exact same milk thistle extract used in our Liver Juice, and vigorously shook it into a glass of water. Then they sat for 12 hours.
As you can see, the milk thistle in Liver Juice remained completely stable and molecularly dispersed in the liquid. The milk thistle powder alone simply crashed to the bottom of glass. (“crash” means to crystallize, separate or no longer be in solution -- aka, not be absorbed into the body)
A 4 week supply of Liver Juice is only $19.95.
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