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Fatty Liver & Elevated Cholesterol

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Fatty Liver & Elevated Cholesterol

Total Protocol Duration: 12 weeks

Liver Support

1 capsule, 3 times daily on an empty stomach, week 1 to 12.

Description: Comprehensive liver formula containing NAC and sulforaphane precursors.


1 scoop, 2 times daily after or between, week 1-12. 

Description: Patented and studied hydrolyzes guar gum, no taste or thick texture, fully dissolves into water. Lowers cholesterol.

Optional: Pro Phase II Detox

2 capsules, 2 times daily with food, week 1-12. Take 2-3 hours away from medication.

Description: Hepatosis and endotoxemia may influence the development of NAFLD.

Optional: High Dose R + Lipoic Acid or Pro Lipoic Acid

1 capsule, 2 times daily with or without food, week 1- 12.

Description: For those with insulin resistance and suspected glucotoxicity, lipoic acid supports health blood sugar metabolism.


The following may be considered according to requirements for additional support:

High simple carbohydrate intake, including fructose, contributes to glucotoxicity and the pathogenesis of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). Consider low glycemic diet and elimination of processed foods.



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