Liver Detoxification Test
Is your Liver detoxifying properly?
The liver detoxification test is a simple test you can do right from your home or office, The test uses a saliva and urine sample that only takes a minute. This test takes an accurate account of your liver’s ability to detoxify properly, it helps you to determine if your liver’s detoxification pathways are removing toxins properly.
The Liver Detoxification Test
The liver test is a simple urine test that can be done right from you home or office. Testing for liver detoxification imbalances is really important due to it’s ability to prevent many common health problems including toxic build up of heavy metals that may require nutritional balancing. The test includes:
- The test kit
- The test kit full instructions
- Express post overnight return delivery to laboratory
- Test results are sent to one of our professional health practitioners within 10 -15 business days for evaluation. Our practitioners contact you with the results and recommendations on any findings via email, mail or phone so you’ll know exactly what you need to do if the results come back positive.
Symptoms Of Liver Detoxification Problems
There are many problems associated with liver detoxification deficiency, most of these are as a result of the liver being unable to break down toxic substances into safe substances for removal from the body. Some of the symptoms of poor liver detoxification include:
Adverse drug reactions
Leaky gut syndrome
Motor neuron’s disease
Multiple chemical sensitivities
About the Liver Detoxification Test
Not all liver test are created equal! The process of detoxification is one of the chief roles of the liver. It works to convert lipid-soluble substances into water soluble substances that can be safley excreted from the body. Unlike standard liver function tests which only provide a measure of hepatic damage which is the released hepatic enzyme levels. This liver detoxification test is a true functional test as it evaluates the ability of an individual to process caffeine, aspirin (salicylate) and paracetamol (acetaminophen) by assessing certain metabolites in salivary and urinary specimens, these specific pathways represent major detoxification pathways, when one or more of these important pathways become overwhelmed, this can cause serious health problems including serious disease.
Specific measurements of the different phases of liver detoxification including phase I and phase II (glycination, glucuronidation, sulphation and glutathionation) are obtained, guiding the design of effective and specific therapeutic strategies which can optimise liver function.
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