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Shield and rejuvenate your liver with our liver support supplement, infused with Milk Thistle. This potent blend helps detoxify your liver, promotes overall liver health, and aids in maintaining a robust digestive system.

Liver Support with Milk Thistle + Dandelion

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Shield and rejuvenate your liver with our liver support supplement, infused with Milk Thistle. This potent blend helps detoxify your liver, promotes overall liver health, and aids in maintaining a robust digestive system.

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Would you like to…

  • Enhance Your Liver Health

  • Reduce Inflammation & Oxidative Stress to Your Liver

  • Improve Your Digestive Health

  • Increase Bile Production to Aid Digestion

  • Improve Nutrient Uptake from Food

  • Improve Phase 1, 2 and 3 Detoxification

  • Improved Food Protein Breakdown

  • Worry Less about what You Eat & Drink

If so, you may want to try our Liver Support with Milk Thistle & Dandelion formula.

This herbal blend can also potentially give you a whole host of other benefits, such as:

  • Stronger Immune System

  • Improved Skin Health

  • Increased Brain Health

  • Improved Bone Health

  • Improved Blood Sugar Regulation

  • Lower Cholesterol Levels

  • Aid Healthy Weight Loss & Boost Metabolism

Why is it important to Support Your Liver and Gallbladder?

Your liver is extremely important to a number of processes in your body. It’s responsible for:

  • producing bile, which helps to break down fat.

  • Helping to remove bilirubin (a substance in bile)

  • Storing energy for future use (glucose is stored as glycogen in the liver)

  • Plays a crucial role in filtering toxic waste out of your blood, including external toxins and metabolic waste products.

But this only scratches the surface of what the liver does, it’s actually the most multifaceted organ in your body performing 1000s of tasks every second of the day!

When your liver is not functioning optimally, it can create a variety of different problems, such as :

  • Jaundice (yellowing of the skin & eyes)

  • Nausea & vomiting

  • Itchy skin

  • Bruising easily

  • Bloody, black or pale stool

  • Decreased appetite

  • Weakness & fatigue

  • Swollen legs & abdomen

  • A variety of Autoimmune problems can occur

More mild symptoms of the Liver being Suboptimal that a naturopathic doctor would commonly look out for include low tolerance to fatty foods, pain around the right shoulder blade, constipation, gut dysbiosis, headaches, allergies + intolerances and joint pain.

What Damages the Health of Your Liver and Gallbladder?

The most commonly known condition is called fatty liver disease, which is mainly linked with excessive alcohol consumption. However, it is possible to develop non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

There are many factors that can contribute to poor liver health:

  • Poor diet - eating too much, too often, and too processed foods all stress the liver

  • Excessive alcohol consumption

  • Being overweight or obese

  • Not exercising enough

  • Smoking

  • Excessive use of medicines, such as ibuprofen & paracetamol

  • Excessive exposure to environmental toxins like Mold, Heavy Metals and Pesticides

  • Hepatitis infection through unprotected sex, exposing yourself to other peoples blood and sharing needles to take drugs

  • Inhalation, consumption or absorption (through skin) of toxic products, such as cleaning sprays, air fresheners, aerosols (including deodorant) and other chemicals

  • Stress, depression & anxiety

How Do You Test the Health of Your Liver?

Liver function tests, or liver chemistries, measure the levels of bilirubin, liver enzymes and proteins in your blood.

Different variations of liver chemistries are: Bilirubin test, Albumin test, ALT test (alanine transaminase), AST test (aspartate aminotransferase), and ALP test (alkaline phosphatase).

If your levels are too high, or too low in any of these tests then it could indicate there is some damage to the health of your liver.

However, these tests are not very sensitive to minor reductions to your liver’s optimal functioning. Most naturopathic doctors agree that periodically supporting your liver with some kind of herbal combination is a good idea, even for those with otherwise excellent health, even if only as a preventative measure.

The Top 10 Ways to Improve the Health of Your Liver and Gallbladder:

Here’s the top 10 lifestyle changes you can make to support the health of your liver:

  1. Eat a nutrient dense, organic diet. A poor diet can cause fat to build up in the liver (fatty liver disease) which can inhibit the liver's ability to play it’s part in metabolism. This can also lead to scarring or hardening of the liver [1] Foods containing Choline are important to prevent this, like egg yolks, liver and nuts and seeds. (see below for recommendations if you don’t regularly enjoy these foods.)
  1. Don’t consume alcohol excessively. As with poor diet, excessive consumption of alcohol can lead to fat building up in the liver (alcoholic fatty liver disease) [2]

  2. Maintain a healthy weight. If you eat a clean organic diet then your weight should normalize over time [3]. Being overweight will cause a build up of fats in the liver and hinder its ability to function properly.

  3. Exercise regularly. Around 150 minutes a week is recommended, and there are many benefits to consistently exercising regularly, and this will help to reduce fat on the liver [4]

  4. Cut down on painkillers. Excessive use of painkillers, such as paracetamol and ibuprofen can cause damage to your liver [5]. Only take them if you absolutely need to and try to stick to minimum doses, discontinuing use as soon as possible.

  5. Avoid toxic chemicals. Toxic chemicals can enter our bodies through our skin (especially cuts), inhalation, consumption and even through our eyes. Aerosol deodorants and air fresheners are easily overlooked examples.

    If you’re going to use aerosols or kitchen sprays, make sure the room is well ventilated or wear a mask, and be sure to steer clear from air fresheners [6]. This is also why it’s a good idea to purify what you take in, whether it’s a high quality air purifier, water purifier, or pure (organic) food…it gives your liver less toxicity that it has to handle.

  6. Avoid unprotected sex and don’t share needles. Unprotected sex can lead to the contamination of the hepatitus virus. Hepatitis can lead to a long term autoimmune system developing, which causes a build of scar tissue in liver cells [7].

    You can also catch hepatitis from sharing bodily fluids with infected through needles, cuts and sores. If you are struggling with a drug problem, speak to your physician for help.

  7. Fast Occasionally. We get it, no one enjoys not eating! But never missing a meal is not very natural…most animals in nature, and our ancestors, would have had times of hunger. And during those times, your body goes into what’s called a catabolic state, where it basically clears out the backlog of waste that has been building up, and breaks down and recycles old cells.

It’s also a chance for your liver to unburden itself of fats that may have built up as it burns them for fuel. If the idea of going a day without food seems too much, consider intermittent fasting, a very popular strategy these days amongst people seeking to lose weight, improve their health, or who just want to optimize their performance! [8]

  1. Lower your stress and improve your mood. Stress can indirectly and directly damage hepatic tissue [9]. There are many ways to reduce stress and improve your mood and anxieties, such as meditation and psychotherapy.

    You can also try supplementing with our Serenity Anti-Stress Support or 5 HTP products

  2. Support your liver with the building blocks it needs for optimal function:

Dandelion. A study showed that dandelion helped to prevent damage to the liver in mice [10]. More studies on animals have shown that dandelion can help to protect the liver from oxidative stress, as well as reducing the levels of stored fat [11]. Traditionally, Dandelion was used as a cholagogue, meaning it causes your liver and gallbladder to excrete bile, which also helps mobilize any build up of excess fat.

Milk Thistle. Scientifically known as silybum marianum - milk
thistle is well known for its powerful “liver protecting” effects, and is commonly used as a complementary therapy by people who have
liver damage [12].

Zinc. A study on 60 non-alcoholic liver cirrhosis patients showed that zinc supplementation improved liver function, while helping to prevent the excessive accumulation of copper that can lead to damage of the liver [13].

Choline. An essential nutrient that is crucial to make substances required to remove cholesterol (fat) from the liver, which is also important for many other bodily functions [14]. Hard to get from a plant based diet, and some people need a lot more than others due to genetic factors (see Genetic Insights to find out if this is you)

Beetroot. Possesses a compound called glutathione, which has the ability to help detox the body of toxins [15], and also Betaine, a precursor to Choline.

Artichoke Extract. Increases bile production in the liver, as well as promoting the growth of new liver tissue - all while protecting the liver from damage because of the antioxidant silymarin found in artichokes [16].

Chanca piedra. Contains powerful antioxidants that can help to protect the liver from free radicals and improve liver function [17]. Its name translates as ‘stone breaker’ and it has been traditionally used in South America to break apart calcified stones in the gallbladder and kidneys.

Yarrow. Scientifically known as achillea millefolium, test tube studies have shown that yarrow can help to reduce inflammation of the liver [18].

Jujube Fruit Extract. Rich in antioxidants, a study on animals found that flavonoids found in jujube helped to reduce inflammation and stress in the liver [19].

Introducing Feel Younger® Liver Support with Milk Thistle + Dandelion

We understand that it’s not always easy, nor practical to implement a variety of
lifestyle changes - especially all at once.

We’d advise that you make as many of those changes as possible, but do so 1
or 2 at a time, make sure they stick and then move onto more.

In the meantime, you can support your body with the essential nutrients and
minerals it needs that can help you to support the health of your liver.

That’s why we’ve included the above ingredients in our Liver Support with
Milk Thistle & Dandelion supplement, along with:

Chicory root, Alfalfa, Burdock Root, Celery Seed, Feverfew, Grape seed extract, L-Cysteine HCL, Methionine, Yellow Dock, N-Acetyl Cysteine, Raspberry juice powder, Turmeric, Berberine HCL and Ginger to enhance the effects even further.

By combining all of these ingredients together into an easy to swallow capsule, we’ve taken the stress out of buying each of these ingredients separately, researching and experimenting how much of each you should take and then incorporating them into your diet/supplement regime.

Here at Feel younger, we believe in providing strong doses at reasonable prices. Our Liver Support with Milk Thistle + Dandelion capsules are antibiotic free, gluten free, all natural, sugar free, hormone free, lactose free and contain no nasty binders. They provide a 1,166 mg daily dose, and will cost you no more than $29, with discounts available on multiple bottle and subscription purchases.

How Do You Take Feel Younger® Liver Support with Milk Thistle + Dandelion?

Take two capsules once a day.

For the best results, take 20-30 minutes before a meal with a glass of water.

Any Cautions?

In very rare cases, people may experience abdominal pain, painful urination or nausea. If this occurs, discontinue immediately.


ALWAYS consult a healthcare professional before taking any new supplements.

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Antibiotic Free
Gluten Free
All Natural
Sugar Free
Hormone Free
Made in the USA
No Binders
Lactose Free

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