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Heparan Royale - 90 capsules
Daily support for your liver and the associated energy and fat metabolism
Everybody knows what the heart, lungs and stomach do. But when it comes to the liver, many people have no idea what its function actually is. And yet, as the largest gland in the human body, it is a multifunctional metabolic organ without which our body would be unable to function and we would be unable to live. Weighing around one-and-a-half kilograms, it is responsible for complex metabolic processes, it stores vitamins, fat, and sugar, produces hormones, proteins and digestive juices, is involved in fat digestion, and is the body's number one detoxification organ. It is just incredible and fantastic when you stop and consider all the things that our liver performs for us.
To gain a better idea, let us take a closer look at the main individual tasks and functions of our liver:
Everything we eat and drink first enters our stomach and intestines, where it is broken down. Nutrients such as fat and sugar are then transported along with vitamins through the portal vein to the liver, which is located directly beneath the diaphragm – protected by the ribs – in the right-hand upper abdomen. The portal vein also transports all harmful substances to the liver, where they undergo natural detoxification.
Around 300 billion liver cells take care of the various substances that are supplied to the liver in this way. First of all, the liver cells perform an important filtering function, with approximately 1.5 litres of blood per minute flowing through them every minute (that is around 2,000 litres per day). The substances entering the bloodstream from the intestines are filtered by the liver cells and then either immediately used, or else stored, converted or broken down, depending on requirements.
For instance, the sugars, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and trace elements transported in the blood are processed, stored and, returned to the organism by the liver cells as they are required. For example, if Vitamin A is needed for the eyes, then the liver store releases this vitamin. If the bones need vitamin D, it is also triggered in the liver. Is iron currently needed for transporting oxygen? The liver is responsible for that too and releases the trace element accordingly. Is protein needed by the immune system? The liver reacts fantastically to this need and supplies our body's defence system with the immune substance it needs to successfully defend itself against foreign substances that cause illness. You could say that the liver is a nutrient store for all cases. It stores many of the substances that we ingest with our food and that are essential for us to live.
But there are also many other important substances that the liver cells are able to produce or synthesise (thanks to the liver's synthesis function). For instance, the liver makes many important proteins from protein elements. It produces clotting factors, for example, which cause the blood to clot in the event of an injury, as well as the C-reactive protein (CRP), which plays an important role in the body in the event of inflammations. It is also produces proteins for transporting fats and hormones in the blood. And it is able to produce the protein albumin, which is needed to keep body fluids in the vessels. A large proportion of the body's cholesterol is produced by the liver and used to form bile. Every day, the liver produces 1 litre of bile, which is needed to make the fat in our food digestible.
Thus our liver performs an essential task for all the subsequent associated energy and fat metabolic functions in our body.
Another central function of the liver, as already indicated at the outset, is to remove harmful substances formed either inside the body during the metabolic processes or which are created outside the body and are ingested by the body (the liver as a detoxification organ).
Toxic substances are regularly formed by the human metabolism. However, the liver transforms them into harmless substances. For example, it converts toxic ammoniac into harmless urea. Alcohol is another substance that the liver is able to render harmless. It is able to break down approximately 1 gram of alcohol per 10 kilograms of body weight every hour by transforming it into acetic acid and subsequently into fat.
It is unfortunately not uncommon for us to ingest external toxic substances through foods (from herbicides, insecticides and pesticides, etc.) and medicines. But we also frequently absorb toxic substances through our skin or respiratory system (in the form of chemical contaminants from the environment).
It is the liver's constant task to filter all of these toxins out of the blood and to render them harmless. Only then can the neutralised toxins be excreted by way of the kidneys or intestines.
The liver is working day in day out, around the clock, without a break. To ensure that it is able to manage all of its tasks, it has a marked ability to regenerate itself (regeneration is another special ability of the liver). If the liver becomes damaged or injured, or if a part of it dies away, it is able to rebuild the lost liver tissue. However, for this to take place, the cause of the injury must have been rectified and less than 50% of the organ's functional mass must have been damaged.
Even though our liver has this thoroughly fantastic natural regenerative ability, its natural function can be impaired and limited by a number of factors, including the following:
- An unhealthy, unbalanced diet (e.g. food excessively rich in fat)
- Environmental toxins
The problem here is, however that the liver is not capable of giving us any direct signals of an overload or restricted functionality. This is due to the fact there are no nerve cells running through our liver that would allow it to communicate with our consciousness.
However, we are able to receive such signals indirectly through other reactions from our body that may be attributable to a restricted or overloaded liver function. This is due to the fact that all other organs in the body are affected to varying degrees by the liver's function. Such signals include tiredness, lethargy, bloatedness, wind, excess weight, sleeplessness and increased susceptibility to infection. Even back pains and headaches or other unwelcome physical impairments may in the worst case be attributable to a long-term restricted or overloaded liver function.
The liver is one factor that may be responsible for all of the aforementioned unwelcome consequences and many more besides. Ultimately, a healthy liver is essential for the health of our whole body. A liver of normal strength is therefore one of the most important requirements of a body with normal strength.
Ultimately, this also includes all of the other related energy and fat metabolic functions in the body.
Make the most of the incredible natural regenerative power of your liver and give it and the associated energy and fat metabolism the attention it deserves. In addition to conscious, healthy and varied nutrition, this also requires a healthy lifestyle.
However, you can also indulge the liver's incredible regenerative power and the associated important energy and fat metabolism by systematically supplying it with a variety of natural substances from Mother Nature's garden.
We have gathered together a number of different fascinating plant extracts and nutrients in our dietary supplement 'Heparan Royale' that are well known for supporting the various functions and tasks of the liver in different ways:
- Vitamins: thiamine, riboflavin, niacin und pantothenic acid
The vitamins thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and pantothenic acid are needed for a normal energy metabolism. Riboflavin also plays a role in protecting the (liver) cells from oxidative stress.
Choline is a substance similar to a vitamin that plays a role in maintaining a normal liver function and fat metabolism.
- Turmeric extract
The turmeric plant belongs to the ginger family. Its rootstock has been used for generations as a spice and to support health. The curcumin contained in the turmeric extract is traditionally consumed to support digestion, as it stimulates the formation of gastric juice and bile. Curcumin is also said to have a liver-protecting function.
- Milk thistle extract
This extract from milk thistle seeds contains a natural substance known as silymarin. Tea preparations made from milk thistle seeds were traditionally used long ago to support the wellbeing of the liver and gall bladder.
- Artichoke leaf extract
Artichoke leaves have been traditionally eaten for generations to support the natural digestive function.
- Dandelion leaf extract
The most important active agents of dandelion leaves are known to be their bitter substances. They are traditionally used among other things for generally supporting the natural secretions of the digestive glands in the liver and gall bladder.
- Wild chicory powder
Wild chicory has been in popular use since medieval times, both as a salad and to support health. It is traditionally eaten to stimulate the natural secretion of digestive juices in the liver and gall bladder.
- Grape seed extract
Little attention used to be given to the nutritional value of the seeds inside grapes. But since several decades ago, we have been aware that grape seeds indeed contain several valuable substances. Among these are the so-called oligomeric proanthocyanidins, generally known by the abbreviation OPC. OPC is the strongest antioxidant that we have so far found in nature, and its antioxidant effect is actually up to 20 times stronger than that of the comparable quantity of vitamin C.
Another special property of OPC is that it is soluble in both water and fat, which is what allows it to display its effect as a natural antioxidant in all the different tissue areas of our body. It is for this reason that we have integrated grape seed extract in our product formulation, to give your liver cells additional protection against oxidative stress.
So-called neurotoxic (poisonous) substances such as ammoniac are regularly formed in our intestines; these are transported to the liver via the portal vein. The liver needs the semi-essential amino acid L-glutamine for the purpose of ammoniac detoxification.
L-glutamine also helps to maintain the mucous membranes of the gastro-intestinal tract.
Due to its antioxidant effect, the tripeptide glutathione that occurs naturally in our body is regarded as one of the key substances of our natural immune system. However, glutathione is also involved in the body's natural detoxification and drainage processes.
Taurine is a natural component of bile acid conjugates and as such, it is involved in fat digestion. In our bodies, it is appended to the bile acids produced in the liver to improve their solubility. These compounds (conjugates) are stored in the gall bladder and are transported from there to the small intestine, where they are broken down again.
- Alpha lipoic acid
Alpha lipoic acid is a compound that occurs naturally in our bodies and that is involved in our energy metabolism as a co-enzyme. Moreover, it is a strong antioxidant and also plays a decisive role in the carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. Since alpha lipoic acid is soluble in both fat and water, it is able to impact on all cells and accumulate temporarily in many body tissues, to be released when they are needed there.
It is this cocktail of different substances contained in the fine formulation of 'Heparan Royale' that ultimately supports the liver in its natural function along with the associated energy and fat metabolism.
In this way, 'Heparan Royale' serves to maintain your normal liver function and associated energy and fat metabolism. Since our 300 billion liver cells are called upon every day to perform their varied tasks, we recommend a correspondingly regular daily consumption of our product 'Heparan Royale'. We are convinced that within only a few weeks, you will start to feel the new energy and freshness that your entire organism will ultimately gain as a result.
Incidentally, we recommend additionally indulging your liver twice a year – alongside your daily intake of 'Heparan Royale' – with our additional 'Milk Thistle' product, which is taken as a treatment and is specially coordinated for this purpose. After all, a strong liver is the requirement of a strong body and remains so for a lifetime.
1 capsule contains: Thiamine – 1.1 mg = 100*, riboflavin – 1.4 mg = 100*, niacin - 16 mg = 100*, pantothenic acid - 6 mg = 100*, choline – 82.5 mg; L-glutathione – 5 mg, alpha lipoic acid – 5 mg, L-glutamine – 16 mg, taurine – 20 mg, silicon dioxide – 5 mg, milk thistle extract - 31 mg, dandelion leaf extract – 35 mg, grape seed extract – 73 mg, other plant substances – 46 mg.
* = % of the reference amount (NRV) based on the Food Information Regulations.
Recommended daily use: Please consume 1 capsule daily with sufficient liquid.
Information for diabetics: 2 capsules contain 0.02 bread unit.
Please note: Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.