Bone Health

Because our livers sometimes need a little TLC.

 Milk Thistle has been used medicinally for centuries and modern research confirms that its long-held reputation as a live and gall bladder tonic is well deserved.

Milk thistle supports detoxification and other aspects of liver function, aids the emulsification of fats in the digestive system, and may help to relieve symptoms of indigestion, such as pain and poor appetite.

Silymarin, the active constituent is Milk Thistle, is a potent antioxidant that helps protect liver cell membranes from the potentially harmful effects of toxins and free radical activity. As well as protecting the liver, milk thistle may help to rebuild it after it has been damaged.

Silymarin has the ability to stimulate protein synthesis in the liver, which supports its natural regeneration capacity.

Summer Health: Holiday Survival Guide.

Summer holidays are a chance to put up your feet, relax and enjoy the festivities with family and friends. It’s a busy time of year with parties, gift shopping, late nights and often poor diet choices. Here are some tips to care for certain areas of your health that may be feeling the strain. Read more