I have been drinking tomato juice for 2 weeks now since i made research about liver health. though quite expensive P102 a liter with only 5 glasses of 2 days of consumption but its beneficial specially for us.
Restores the Health of the Liver
Tomatoes play a key role in liver health.
Tomatoes are useful detoxifiers because of the presence of chlorine and sulphur, two very important detoxifying trace elements. 100 grams of uncooked tomato contains 51 mg. of chlorine and 11 mg. of sulphur.
Natural chlorine helps to stimulate the liver. It assists liver in its task as an important filter for body wastes. Tomato also assists the liver in removing the toxic waste products from the system.
Sulphur helps to protect the liver from cirrhosis and other debilitating conditions.
Drinking fresh tomato juice can help to regenerate the damaged, destroyed or surgically removed liver.
Tomatoes help promote the health and well-being of liver. "A tomato a day, keeps the liver in good stay!," according to John Heinerman, noted author and herbalist.
hepatitis technologies are the only makers who did trials, they got fda approval for cirrhosis even before end of trial.trial will be finished in june and results presented in int'l liver congress 2011 in october
you can see all that regresses cirrhosis in the ingredients of heptech products as we are saying on this board from 2009.if you look at old post you will find all studies of what is really regressing fibrosis
when you post you need to link a study.....not just advertise what they say on the internt because all kind of trash is online and it must be filtered by the trials and studies published on PUBMED or similar institution
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