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Protect your liver with Liverguard

Some of the fat in the liver is normal but if it goes way beyond five to a maximum 10 percent of the overall weight of the liver, it can be too much and can be a serious health problem.

The liver is the second largest organ in the body. It helps process everything we eat and drink; it filters the harmful substances from the blood. If there is too much fat in the liver, it can interrupt this process and fail to process the harmful substances from the food and drinks we intake.

A fatty liver can do so much damage to your liver that it can cause liver failure caused by excessive drinking of alcohol, obesity, diabetes and genetic inheritance. Eating a high fat and high-sugar diet can also contribute to having a fatty liver too.

Live a better life by making better lifestyle choices. Let’s not forget that every organ is essential to keeping our body healthy and functioning the way it is supposed to. Take care of your liver with Liverguard.

Liverguard helps repair damaged liver cells and strengthens the liver’s storage function. Liverguard has 450mg of Silymarin and 50mg of Lecithin, an all-natural ingredient that also acts as an antioxidant. These ingredients combined have the potential to shield liver cells and prevent further damage to your liver. 

Protect your liver with Liverguard. Available at Mercury Drugstores and other leading drugstores nationwide for only P15 SRP per capsule. For more information about Liverguard, visit https://www.facebook.com/liverguardtheliverdefender/

Topics: Liverguard
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