Milk thistle has been in use for well over 2,000 years for liver disorders. Ancient civilizations noticed the health benefits from early on and science now indicates milk thistle’s benefits come from its ability to protect against cellular damage particularly in the liver, gallbladder and bile ducts. For example, ancient Romans used milk thistle to treat most any toxin in the body, even snakebites. However, it was primarily used for common liver ailments.
In Germany, the Health Department commissioned studies and concluded that milk thistle should be used in liver damage treatment even as severe as cirrhosis due to its safety and efficacy.
Its important to note that the comparative bioavailability of silybin over milk thistle is higher. Most studies show the absorption between the two is approximately 10:1. Mathematically stated, this requires 1000 mg of milk thistle to equal the health benefits found in that of 100 mg of silybin.
Choline’s Important Role:
Many are not aware the ingredient choline further increases silybin’s bioavailability. A common form of choline in supplementation is phosphatidylcholine. When choosing a supplement to treat fatty liver or other liver ailments, this should be a consideration.1
There are studies that prove increased absorption of the silybin phosphatidylcholine complex at approximately 7-8 times that without phosphatidylcholine. Any supplements taken to treat the liver, gallbladder and or bile ducts must have these two ingredients without exception to most effective: silybin and phosphatidylcholine.2
These two ingredients are fundamental in fast tracking liver recovery; although they are hard to find in the marketplace. This is one of the reasons Brendan Gaughran, founder of Liver Medic formulated Hepatiben so you don’t need to search for multiple supplements. They are all found in one solution: Hepatiben.
The Way in Which Silybin Works is as Follows:
* Silybin, choline and many other critical liver detox ingredients can be found in Hepatiben. Join the thousands of customers that have improved their liver health.
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