1 Week Flush™
Supports Colon Cleansing, Blood Detox, Liver Detox, Fat Metabolism
Convenient individual packets, provides nutritional support for:
- Colon cleansingª
- Blood detoxingª
- Liver cleansingª
- Fat metabolizingª
1 Week Flush™
Works on four different levels at once:
Intestinal tract and colon cleansing support
Support for blood and body detoxification systems
Support for liver cleansing
Helps eliminate fatty tissue “storage depots” of toxins
Blood Detoxification Factors™
(Blood & Body Systems)
Iron, zinc, manganese and molybdenum – needed for detoxification enzymes.
Echinacea – Well known for detoxification properties.
Liver is central to detoxification of body systems
Toxins and free radicals must be de-activated
Fat is metabolized in the liver and mixed with bile for digestion and elimination
Thiamine – converted to its active form in the Liver. Also a carbohydrate metabolizer.
Nicotinic Acid (niacin) – for fat and cholesterol metabolism.
Pantothenic Acid – required for the metabolism of fats and proteins (70 enzymes need either pantothenic acid or Coenzyme A).
Lecithin – emulsification of fat and provides phospholipids for incorporation into cell membranes.
Choline and Inositol – metabolism of fat and cholesterol.
Threonine – lipotropic (helps the liver to metabolize fat).
Methionine – Sulfur-containing amino acid necessary to conjugation (liver detoxification) reactions.
Vitamin A and Vitamin E – Both act as anti-oxidants.
Milk Thistle – stimulates regenerative ability of liver and formation of new hepatocytes.
Vitamin K – utilized for the formation of prothrombin, necessary for blood coagulation.
B12 – also stored in the liver.
Fiber & More™
Absorption of toxins
Inactivation of toxins
Rapid elimination of toxins
Increase of peristaltic action
Apple pectin – hold metals while they transit the colon and are eliminated.
Fat Metabolism Factors™
Choline and Inositol – both are lipotropics.
Lecithin – emulsifies fat.
Iodine, Sea Wrack and Chromium – Energy support.
Methionine – Detoxification support.
Phenylalanine – stimulates the production of Cholecystokinin (CCK) which triggers being satiated.
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