For protective and regenerative purposes, use the BIOFITON® Healthy Liver supplement whose activity is focused on:
– increasing production and secretion of bile, improving its biochemical composition;
– support for anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and regenerative defense of hepatocytes;
– general strengthening and restoration of the level of essential vitamins and microelements in the body.

The result of the BIOFITON® Healthy Liver‘s composition of biologically active substances is the restoration of hepatocellular cells and hence the functions of the organ itself, which determine the condition of the whole organism and each system separately.

Regeneration of hepatocytes ensures rebuilding of the three main functions of the liver: detoxification, synthesis, and cholagogic. The rebuilding of these functions is expressed in:
– reduction of pain and discomfort in the area of ​​the right lower abdomen;
– improving the quality of sleep;
– lowering the feeling of tiredness;
– removal of symptoms of digestive disorders: bloating, nausea, vomiting and normalization of defecation.

Composition BIOFITON® Healthy Liver:
Active ingredients: sandy everlasting, bur marigold herb, milk thistle fruit, dandelion root, corn fibers, chamomile flower, peppermint leaf.

The liver is a multifunctional gland present in all vertebrates as well as in some other animals. It is part of the digestive system located intraperitoneally. Most animals are divided into two lobes. In man, its mass is about 1500-1700 g in an adult male, and in a woman 1300-1500 g. The intravital weight is 500-800 g higher, due to the blood contained in it. In pigs, the liver reaches a mass of 1.2-2 kg, in horses and cattle 4.5-5.5 kg. In humans, it is under the diaphragm (Latin: diaphragma). Its major part is in the right suborbital region. It also affects the upper part of the upper abdomen and left hypochondrium, reaching up to the nipple line. In an adult, the unguided liver is completely covered by the right rib arch, but it can protrude in children, and in the newborn it occupies a large part of the abdominal cavity. From the top and the front, it borders on the diaphragm, from the bottom and the back with the intestines and stomach.

What does the liver need?

At every minute, liver cells – hepatocytes – break down and neutralize about 20 million substances. Therefore, the liver is a unique laboratory for detoxifying the body. Liver – the only organ of our body that has the ability to regenerate.

The human liver is very hardworking. If there is even a quarter of the liver cells in the body, basically the body is able to cope with its tasks. However, when a breakdown occurs, it is final. The liver simply does not have pain receptors and it does not give a signal that it is sick for a long time. She literally “suffers in silence.” So when the liver refuses to work, usually nothing can be done. This is the main threat. Liver diseases are asymptomatic for a long time.

The liver is a huge factory that produces virtually all nutrients that arise in the body. Here, bile acids are also synthesized, supporting fat processing.

After consuming fatty food in the body, the emulsification process takes place, i.e. the fat is fragmented into tiny droplets. These droplets are then broken down by means of enzymes. Bile is synthesized in the liver, which gives the body the ability to digest fat. The liver also participates in the production of proteins that are responsible for blood coagulation.

It is also the place where most of the bacterial toxins, toxic substances (eg alcohol) and drug preparations (if we use them) are neutralized, which we sometimes poison ourselves. The liver, helping us to process these toxins, often destroys itself.

How does the process of processing toxins in the blood run? With the participation of the liver?

After passing through the membranes, the blood along with all poisons and toxins goes to the cells of the liver – hepatocytes. These cells suck up poisons and toxins, producing billions of cleansing enzymes. They are biologically active particles whose function is detoxification – they neutralize toxic substances, leading them to a harmless form soluble in water. These substances are then removed from the cells via the bile ducts.

Substances that damage the liver:

Drugs – among them are very popular preparations.
Some types of food – the two largest and direct poisons for the liver are alcohol and fat
Work in harmful conditions
Food poisoning
Nicotine – smoking is the main enemy of the liver among everyday habits.

How to help the liver?

Symptoms of liver disease: pain or discomfort in the right abdomen, nausea, periodic vomiting, enlargement of the liver. Regular wake up between 1 and 3 hours at night.

Liver diseases cause disorders of the following body functions:

Synthesis of bile and digestion of foods (with the disorder of this function is associated with the development of cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, constipation, flatulence, intestinal dysbiosis or parasite infection).
Blood filtration (with this disorder function is related to the development of allergies, venous insufficiency, thrombophlebitis, accumulation of blood toxins in the blood vessels, unprocessed metabolic products, ie «intoxication» of blood vessels, headaches, pain in the knees and hip joints).
hormones – effects on the endocrine system;
digestive enzymes – effect on digestion (unpleasant taste in the mouth, nausea, vomiting);
Vitamin K synthesis – effects on blood viscosity (if it is disturbed – increased formation of blood clots in the blood vessels, phlebitis);
skin pigmentation (uneven distribution of skin pigment is associated with the disorder).