We are here to prove Liver Juice is the best supplement for preventing liver toxicity from oral steroids.
I would like to give away a bottle of Liver Juice to someone about to start a cycle and willing to have alanine transaminase (ALT) and aspartate transaminase (AST) liver enzymes tested during their cycle.
You need to:
- Be planning to use a methylated steroid
- Have used the same methylated steroid in the past
- Have had alanine transaminase (ALT) and aspartate transaminase (AST) tested during your past cycle of this methylated steroid.
The point of this research is to show that using Liver Juice before and during a cycle reduces steroid induced cholestasis. Cholestasis is the primary toxic effect caused from 17 alpha alkylated (17aa) steroids.
After a formal review of the most current scientific literature on milk thistle, it appears milk thistle has specific protective effects against anabolic/androgenic steroid induced liver toxicity.(14-19)
Use of methylated steroids (17aa) cause the liver to slow bile acid production, and create a bile acid insufficiency. If the liver gets clogged up enough a condition develops known as cholestasis. (11-19)
Luckily this liver condition is reversible. If you have suffered toxic effects from steroids (or other drugs) you can still improve the condition of your liver by improving bile acid levels. (14-20)
Studies have shown that milk thistle can reverse the decrease of bile acid production even during the use of methylated (17aa) steroids. So when steroids are in the liver inhibiting production of the beneficial bile acids and slowing bile acid outflow, milk thistle helps increase production of beneficial bile acids while enhancing the export of built up toxins (and methylated steroids) from the liver. (14-20)
Milk Thistle – Suffers from Poor Delivery
What’s most damaging to milk thistles reputation is that 90% of the milk thistle products on the market have very poor absorption at only about 8%. Our Liver Juice has up to 80% absorption efficiency due to the Liqua-Vade delivery system.(1-10)
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We plan to prove how effective our Liver Juice is by gatherings data from actual steroid users. We will greatly appreciate your cooperation as will the entire community!
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