Liver Support Supplements

The liver is the main center of metabolic processes in the human body. It is crucial in the transformation of macronutrients, micronutrients and also in the breakdown of some harmful and waste substances. Although the liver has a significant ability to regenerate, increased and prolonged intake of sugars, fats, alcohol, or drugs can lead to its damage.

Dietary supplements and vitamins for the liver

Vilgain Omega-3
Vilgain Omega-3 ⁠–⁠ natural form of triglycerides, high oxidative stability, 500 mg EPA and DHA in 1 capsule, support vision, brain and heart health
60 capsules
314
£9.99
Vilgain Curcumin
Vilgain Curcumin ⁠–⁠ three types of curcuminoids standardized to 95% content, supports the immune system, liver function and acts as a powerful antioxidant
90 capsules
£9.99
Vilgain Milk Thistle
Vilgain Milk Thistle ⁠–⁠ supports liver function, reduces inflammation, soothes acne, 25 times stronger than powder
90 capsules
£7.49

A healthy lifestyle is a key factor in proper liver function, which can be supported by the use of appropriate dietary supplements which have a positive effect on liver function:

  • milk thistle thanks to the active substance silymarin, prevents the deposition of collagen in the liver and contributes to normal liver function. It is usually an adjunctive treatment for liver disease;
  • omega 3 fatty acids contribute to the regulation of cholesterol and thus combat fatty liver (steatosis). Fish is therefore an essential component of the so‑called liver diet;
  • curcumin promotes normal liver function and prevents the development of liver disease.
  • vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps to neutralise free radicals and may also act against the accumulation of fat in the liver;
  • zinc is one of the most deficient minerals in liver disease. Zinc plays a key role in nutrient metabolism.

Extracts of artichoke, dandelion root or chicory root also appear to be effective dietary supplements for the liver.

How to "detoxify" the liver?

The main function of a healthy and fully functioning liver is to break down waste and harmful substances, which are then eliminated from the body. Thus, when the metabolism is functioning properly, there is no need to "detoxify" the liver. Liver problems can be prevented by following the following principles a healthy lifestyle especially by:

In case of damage to the liver's function or structure, no 'remedial treatments' will help, and it is necessary to seek medical attention.

Dietary supplements and vitamins for the liver

The liver is the main centre of metabolic processes in the human body. They are pivotal in the conversion of macronutrients, micronutrients and also ensure the breakdown of certain harmful and waste substances. Although the liver has the capacity for considerable regeneration, increased and prolonged intake of sugars, fats, alcohol or drugs can lead to liver damage.

A healthy lifestyle is a key factor in proper liver function, which can be supported by the use of appropriate dietary supplements that have a positive effect on liver function:

  • milk thistle thanks to the active substance silymarin, prevents the deposition of collagen in the liver and contributes to normal liver function. It is usually an adjunctive treatment for liver disease;
  • omega 3 fatty acids contribute to the regulation of cholesterol and thus combat fatty liver (steatosis). Fish is therefore an essential component of the so‑called liver diet;
  • curcumin promotes normal liver function and prevents the development of liver disease.
  • vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps to neutralise free radicals and may also act against the accumulation of fat in the liver;
  • zinc is one of the most deficient minerals in liver disease. Zinc plays a key role in nutrient metabolism;

Extracts of artichoke, dandelion root or chicory root also appear to be effective dietary supplements for the liver.

How to "detoxify" the liver?

The main function of a healthy and fully functioning liver is to break down waste and harmful substances, which are then eliminated from the body. Thus, their deposition in the liver, when the metabolism is functioning properly, does not occur and therefore there is no need to "detoxify" the liver. Liver problems can be prevented by following the principles of a healthy lifestyle, especially by:

In case of damage to the function or structure of the liver, no "recovery treatments" will help and a doctor should be sought.

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