Liver Forte Hepato-Protect

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Liver forte hepato-protect is recommended for:

  • General: tired liver, intoxicated liver, liver failure, steatosis, alcoholism, chronic hepatitis of viral etiology (including the aggressive forms),toxic hepatitis (especially alcoholic), compensated cirrhosis, prophylaxis, during administration of potentially hepatotoxic substances.
  • As a prophylaxis: during the administration of some potentially hepatotoxic substances and in alcoholism.
  • As prevention: for the regeneration and the maintenance of good function of the liver and bile.
  • Therapeutic: chronic hepatitis of viral etiology (including the aggressive forms), toxic hepatitis (especially alcoholic), compensated cirrhosis, liver failure.

Our body is subjected day after day to the harmful action of toxins. The liver perpetually struggles to eliminate this invasion, cleaning and purifying the blood 24 hours in 24. Sometimes the liver gets tired and needs to be supported. Other times, the liver cells are damaged by both toxins that alcohol, in which case it takes a remedial action.

Silymarin is well known for its hepatoprotective and detoxifying effect.

Liver Hepato Protect contains the maximum therapeutic dose possible, extracted from 5000 mg of powdered Sylibum marianum (milk thistle).

Cynara scolymnus is one of the most efficient detoxifying and regenerating  for liver as well as for bile. Stabilizes the membrane of the liver cell, ensures the liver production of bile and bile flow.

Dandelion extract (Taraxacum officinale) is well known for its beneficial effect against bile.

The combination of Alpha Lipoic Acid + L-Glutathione (reduced) + Selenium is a synergistic combination that ensures the detoxification of liver cells. Selenomethionine is the form of Selenium more indicated for the liver.

Curcuma longa is a strong antioxidant and anticarcinogenic recommended in all diseases of the liver, while the Foeniculum vulgare ensures the elimination of toxins stored in the fat in the liver (hepatic steatosis or fatty liver).

The formula in Liver represents a strong combination, unique and complex, which ensures the nutrition, the regeneration and effective detoxification of the liver and bile.


Compozition / capsule (880 mg):

20:1 extract of Milk Thistle fruits (Silybum marianum) – with 80% of silymarin 250 mg
Black radish root (Raphanus-sativus niger) 140 mg
Beet roots (Beta vulgaris) 150 mg
10:1 extract of Dandelion root (Taraxacum officinale) with 3% flavonoid 50 mg
15:1 extract of Artichoke leaves (Cynara scolymus) with 5% cinarin 35 mg
18:1 extract of Curcumin (Curcuma longa) with 95% of curcuminoids 50 mg
Fennel fruits (Foeniculum vulgare) 50 mg
Alpha Lipoic Acid 50 mg
L-Glutathione (reduced) 5,0 mg
L-selenomethionine 0,2% 10 mcg
Capsule (gelatin) 95 mg

It does not contain: dairy products, eggs, gluten, soy, wheat, corn, ferments, nuts, sweeteners, taste correctors and artificial dyes.


The recommended way of use

  • For maintenance: 1 capsule per day.
  • For persons living in urban or toxic environment: 2 capsules per day (1-0-1) for a few months a year.
  • Hepatic steatosis (fatty liver): 3-4 capsules / day (1-1-1) or (1-2-1).
  • Hepatitis, severe cirrhosis: 2 capsules 3 times a day (2-2-2) on an empty stomach at least for 60-90 days.


  • It is recommended to be taken on an empty stomach, at least 30 minutes before meals.


  • The maximum daily dose allowance is: 6 capsules/day.


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  3. Garciapina, M.P., Perez-Alvarez, V., and Mourelle, M. „Silymarin Protects Against Paracetamol-Induced Lipid Peroxidation and Liver Damage.” Journal of Applied Toxicology. 1992. 12(6):439-42.
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