Rosemary, Dandelion and Milk Thistle are three plants known for their protective and stimulating effects on the liver and gallbladder
Rosemary, Dandelion and Milk Thistle are three plants known for their protective and stimulating effects on the liver and gallbladder.
In addition, they provide antioxidants that protect the cells of the body against the oxidative stress caused by free radicals.
Rosemary is a remarkable detoxifier, many studies have demonstrated its ability to promote the elimination of xenobiotics (non-food molecules whose accumulation can have harmful effects); it also has a draining effect favoring the renal elimination of water retained in the body.
Dandelion is known for its stimulating effect on the gallbladder, which promotes digestion of fat and helps maintain normal blood glucose levels.
Milk Thistle is useful for maintaining the functions of physiological purification and against the excess of free radicals due to stress, alcohol consumption, exposure to UV or polluted atmospheres.
Chromium contributes to the normal metabolism of macronutrients and the maintenance of normal blood sugar levels.
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