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BIOLIFE LIVASIL 100+30’S (MILK THISTLE 500MG)

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BIOLIFE LIVASIL 100+30’S (MILK THISTLE 500MG)

Overview
Livasil is traditionally used as liver tonic. It contains milk thistle which helps to protect the liver.

What is Livasil?
Livasil contains milk thistle which is well known for its liver-protective properties and has been medically used for centuries.
The core constituent of milk thistle is silymarin that consists of at least 7 flavonolignans (silibinin, isosilibinin, silychristin, isosilychristin, and silydianin) and 1 flavonoid (taxifolin).1
Among these, silibinin which is also known as silybin, is an ingredient for liver protection.2
How does Livasil help in maintaining liver health?
Silybin acts as an antioxidant to scavenge free radicals and inhibit lipid peroxidation.3
Silybin helps in detoxification by blocking the release andreabsorption of foreign substances.4
Silybin enhances the protein synthesis which stimulate theregeneration and repair of liver cells.5
Who are recommended to take Livasil?
Heavy alcohol drinkers
Smokers
Those who are having unhealthy or stressful lifestyle
What is the recommended dosage?
Adults: One tablet daily with food or as recommended by your health professional

What are the features of Livasil?
Contains 500mg milk thistle extract (standardized to 80% silybin)
Once-a-day dosage
Suitable for vegetarian
References
Kim NC, Graf TN, Sparacino CM, et al. 2003. Complete isolation and characterization of silybins and isosilybins from milk thistle (Silybum marianum). Organic Biomolecular Chemistry, 1: 1684–1689.
Crocenzi FA and Roma MG. 2006. Silymarin as a new hepato-protective agent in experimental cholestasis: New possibilities for an ancient medication. Current Medicinal Chemistry, 13: 1055–1074.
Flora K, Hahn M, Rosen H, et al. 1998. Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) for the therapy of liver disease. American Journal of Gastroenterology, 93: 139–143.
Loguercio C and Festi D. 2011. Silybin and the liver: From basic research to clinical practice. World Journal of Gastroenterology. 17(18): 2288-2301.
Hackett ES, Twedt DC, and Gustafson DL. 2013. Milk Thistle and Its Derivative Compounds: A Review of Opportunities for Treatment of Liver Disease. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 27:10-16.

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