The Liver Peptide is recommended for everyone whose liver may be compromised, and those with metabolic disorders, skin diseases, hepatitis, intoxication, liver failure, biliary dyskinesia, cirrhosis or complications from radiotherapy, chemotherapy or long-term antibiotic therapy.
It can be easily combined with other supplements and medicines and should be used in addition to conventional medical treatments.
Our Liver – is a life support laboratory of the human body. Prevention and treatment of diseases and injuries of the liver is a critical task in order to restore and maintain human health. Liver infections. diseases, drugs, alcohol, toxins eventually lead to acute or chronic liver failure. The above factors have a negative effect on the antitoxic, excretory and protein-synthetic liver functions. To correct these pathological changes in the liver we have developed a bioregulator for the liver, which has protective and restorative effects on the liver cells.
This is a peptide complex that contains amino acids that contribute to the normalization of the liver function and gastrointestinal tract.
A clinical study has demonstrated that it works as prevention and treatment for patients with hepatitis of different etiology, prevention of complications from radiation and chemotherapy and the side effects from antibiotics and other drugs, as well as effects on the body of various adverse factors (including environmental, toxins), and malnutrition, as well as to support liver function in elderly patients.
After the treatment, most patients with chronic persistent hepatitis and chronic liver disease, distinguished the disappearance of weakness, increased appetite and efficiency, reduced diarrhea illness, reduced the intensity of pain.
The Liver Peptide is well tolerated, with no identified side effects, complications, contraindications and drug dependence.
Reduced liver function,
Normalization of lipid metabolism in atherosclerosis and obese patients,
Prevention of diabetes,
Inflammatory liver disease,
The consequences after all types of viral hepatitis,
Alcoholic and toxic liver damage,
Acute liver failure,
Preoperative and postoperative periods during surgery for liver,
Chronic liver failure,
Long-term antibiotic therapy,
Chemotherapy and radiation therapy,
Cholestasis, biliary dyskinesia,
Cirrhosis of various origins,