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Eclectic Institute, Vita Lipotropic Formula, 120 Tablets

Item # : 1393
Manufacturer SKU : 023363520015
Product Code : EI2001
Package Details : 120 Tablets
Serving Size : 4 Tablets
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 30 Days
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Eclectic Institute, Vita Lipotropic Formula, 120 Tablets
Price(र)  : 3248.00
Offer (र)  : 2923.00
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Eclectic Institute created this vitamin, mineral and herbal combination formulated to aid in fat mobilization and liver cleansing. Vita Lipotropic is a wonderful supplement for liver strenghtening and detoxification. Lipotropic nutrients are compounds that promote the flow of bile to and from the liver, thereby improving liver function and fat metabolism. Such nutrients are useful in enhancing detoxification reactions and other liver functions and may help in the treatment of hepatitis, cirrhosis and chemical induced liver disease.

Suggested Use:

As a dietary supplement, take four tablets daily or as directed.

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 4 Tablets

 

Four Tablets Contain:

% Daily Value*

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCl)

30 mg

1500

Magnesium (Oxide)

75 mg

19

Choline (Bitartrate)

225 mg

**

Inositol

600 mg

**

l-Methionine

900 mg

**

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Root, fresh freeze-dried

300 mg

**

Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) Leaf, fresh freeze-dried

150 mg

**

Beet (Beta vulgaris) Greens, fresh freeze-dried

150 mg

**

Oregon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) Root

300 mg

**

Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) Seed

120 mg

**

* Percentage of the United States Daily Referenced Value for adults and children 4 or more years of age.
** United States Daily Referenced Value not yet established.

Other Ingredients:

Dicalcium phosphate, Microcrystalline cellulose, Chlorophyll, Stearic acid, Magnesium stearate, Silicon dioxide.

Warnings:

Discontinue use if unusual symptoms occur. Consult your health care advisor regarding the use of herbs during pregnancy, with infants or with prescription drugs.

Q. What is Vitamin B6 ?
A. Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) is required for the synthesis of the neurotransmitters serotonin and norepinephrine and for myelin formation. Pyridoxine deficiency in adults principally affects the peripheral nerves, skin, mucous membranes, and the circulatory (blood cell) system. In children, the central nervous system (CNS) is also affected. Deficiency can occur in people with uremia, alcoholism, cirrhosis, hyperthyroidism, malabsorption syndromes, and congestive heart failure (CHF), and in those taking certain medications. Mild deficiency of vitamin B6 is common.

Q.What are the sources of Vitamin B6 ?
A. Major sources of vitamin B6 include cereal grains, legumes, vegetables (carrots, spinach, peas, and potatoes), milk, cheese, eggs, fish, liver, meat, and flour. Pyridoxine is frequently used in combination with other B vitamins in vitamin B complex formulations.

Q.How l-Methionine detoxifies tha liver ?
A. Many people may be deficient in lipotropic nutrients due to dietary inadequacies. The essential, sulphur-bearing amino acid methionine is absolutely critical for liver detoxification, the regulation of excess estrogen, and for the detoxification of toxic metals and chemicals. L-methionine is necessary for the bio-synthesis of other critically important amino acids such as taurine, cysteine and carnitine.
Vegetarians and vegans are dangerously at risk of being deficient in L-methionine, due to the fact that plant sources of this essential amino acid are very low. Due to the increasing prevalence of environmental toxicity, the need for sufficient methionine is critical. Methionine is a heat labile amino acid, which will be destroyed when protein-rich sources are over-heated.

Q.What are the functions of choline, inositol and betaine ?
A. Choline and inositol are lipotropic B-vitamins, which have the ability to mobilize fat from the liver. Choline is necessary for the synthesis of of phospholipids, which are essential structural components for all cell membranes in the body. Choline is also essential for the synthesis of the neurotransmitter phosphatidyl choline. Inositol is also a member of the B-vitamin complex, which plays an important role in fat metabolism and liver detoxification. Betaine, a powerful lipotropic nutrient found in high concentrations in foods such as beets and beet greens, also has a powerful effect upon the liver's detoxification pathways. Betaine is also known as trimethylglycine. Lipotrophic nutrients such as L-methionine, inositol, choline and betaine are of critical importance today more than ever, due to the prevalence of environmental toxicity and the increase of diseases such as CVD and diabetes.

Q.What are the benefits of Dandelion leaves ?
A.The benefits of Dandelion is as follows:
Diuretic Function:
Dandelion leaves produce a diuretic effect, useful for relieving fluid retention, in cases of premenstrual syndrome, impaired kidney function, high blood pressure and poor digestive function.
Provides Nutritional Support:
Consuming nutrient-rich dandelion leaves may help you achieve overall health. The leaves contain vitamins A, C, D, and the B family of vitamins. They also contain high levels of minerals including iron, zinc, magnesium, manganese, potassium, copper, calcium and silicon
Provides Digestive Support:
Dandelion leaves contain bitter constituents that stimulate the liver and the digestive system. Consuming the leaves may confer a laxative effect, increase the production of bile and its flow from the liver. Dandelion is considered useful for people with slow moving liver processes because of overconsumption of alcohol or unhealthy foods. The herb's stimulation of bile flow may improve the metabolism of fats.
Culinary Ingredients:
Dandelion leaves are often prepared similarly to other culinary greens, such as arugula, spinach or kale. The leaves are the most tender and flavorful when harvested in the spring. Try adding them to salads, sauteeing them in olive oil or steaming them with vegetables. Avoid boiling the leaves, because the nutrients would be removed in the water.