Top Secret Nutrition® Cleanse And Detox is a powerful comprehensive 4-part nutrient-packed dietary supplement that helps to support a sense of balance in your physiology.*
Top Secret Nutrition Cleanse And Detox is actually 4 products in one: An internal cleansing blend that supports the body’s natural elimination of excess hormones and lipids;* a gastrointestinal blend that helps flush out toxins and reduce bloating;* a liver cleansing blend that supports overall wellness and detoxification;* a prebiotic/probiotic blend that assists the balance of essential bacteria to support gastrointestinal health.*
Cleanse And Detox helps:
- Eliminate accumulated waste and toxins.*
- Replenish healthy gut bacteria and flora.*
- Support gastrointestinal health.*
- Helps protect your health and energy levels.*
total body blend
liver cleansing blend*
enhanced with prebiotics and probiotics
1. Internal Cleansing Blend
Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) - Is a micronutrient compound found in cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower. When IC3 molecules come into contact with stomach acids, they can combine to form biologically active compounds, which research suggests may promote liver and gut detoxification.*
Calcium-D-glucarate - Glucaric acid is found in many fruits and vegetables, with the highest concentrations in oranges, apples, grapefruit, and cruciferous vegetables. Calcium-D-glucarate supplements have been shown to inhibit beta-glucuronidase, an enzyme that is produced by colonic microflora and involved in liver detoxification.*
Pomegranate extract - Is rich in Vitamin C, nutrients, iron, and minerals; it is also a natural and potent antioxidant. All parts of the pomegranate fruit have been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years for a variety of health benefits. Recent studies have also shown that pomegranate seed oil may help support a healthy lipid profile.*
Polygonum Cuspidatim Extract - Also known as Japanese knotweed, has been used for centuries by herbalists for its astringent, coagulant, and diuretic properties. Scientific studies have shown that the high concentration of resveratrol provides antioxidant effects to help the body fight free radicals that may cause lipid peroxidation that results in cell damage.*
Olive leaf extract - The health benefits of this ingredient are attributed to its natural polyphenols, flavonoids, and antioxidants.*
Artichoke extract - The key components of artichoke extract, caffeoylquinic acids, have been shown to enhance detoxification reactions and protect the liver.*
Nettle leaf - Is an antioxidant that has traditionally been used as a blood purifier, cleansing and detoxifying agent, and as a support for urinary tract health.*
Hyssop leaf - Contains antioxidant phytochemicals, including caffeic acid, to help prevent free radical damage in the body. It has also been historically used to help soothe irritated digestive tract.*
Fennel seed extract - Has demonstrated inhibitory effects on the growth of numerous bacteria. This antibacterial effect may be the reason this ingredient has traditionally been used to soothe and support the digestive system.*
Garlic bulb - (Deodorized) Studies have demonstrated that it is effective as an antimicrobial agent against bacteria, viruses, worms, and fungi. Garlic also stimulates the digestive organs and may help with problems associated with poor digestion.*
Ginger root extract - Ginger root has been used for thousands of years to help soothe nausea and upset stomach, and has been shown in research studies to help support gastric emptying, which can help promote the detoxification process.*
2. Gastrointestinal Blend
Aloe vera extract – Helps promote bowel movements. The laxative effect is based on the cathartic properties of anthraquinone glycosides found in aloe vera.*
Psyllium seed - Is 90% soluble mucilage fiber. The bulking activity of dietary fibers makes elimination smoother and promotes regularity. The inert, indigestible fiber may also help to move toxins as it sweeps the colon.*
Senna leaf - Also contains anthraquinone glycosides, and is widely recognized as being a safe promoter of bowel movements. Much like aloe vera, it is historically and currently used to support healthy digestion.*
Oat bran - Provides a hemicellulose fiber that is insoluble and easily broken down by friendly microorganisms in the colon. Research studies have shown that adding oat bran to a healthy diet can help support healthy digestion.*
Apple pectin - Is a compound in apple skin that changes from an insoluble material in an unripe fruit to a much more water-soluble substance in a ripe fruit. It has gel-forming properties and provides bulk in a form that is soothing to irritated membranes.*
Sodium copper chlorophyllin - Is a derivative of chlorophyll, which is an antioxidant that slows the growth of anaerobic bacteria and helps support healthy liver function. Unlike chlorophyll, which is not soluble in water, chlorophyllin is water soluble, which means it can bind much more effectively to environmental pollutants.*
3. Liver Cleansing Blend
Milk thistle extract – Helps promote normal liver function. The extract has been used by various cultures for centuries. Research has shown that silymarin, its active bioflavonoid complex, acts as a powerful antioxidant that helps protect the liver.*
Turmeric extract - Contains several compounds that protect the liver, and stimulates bile from the liver. The compound curcumin has particularly been identified as having beneficial activity on liver function.*
Green tea extract - Has long been established as a source of potent antioxidants. Research has also shown that green tea extract provides antioxidant protection to the liver and help support detoxification.*
N-Acetyl-N-Cysteine - A derivative of the amino acid L-cysteine, has been used successfully in animal models to protect the liver from damage due to oxidative stress.*
FOS (Fructooligosaccharides) - Are plant sugars that also act as prebiotics. These compounds occur naturally in onions, garlic, asparagus, artichokes, and other vegetables. FOS compounds are able to pass through the small intestine unaltered, where they are then metabolized in the large intestine to form compounds that are beneficial to the digestion process.*
Lactobacillus acidophilus - Often found in dairy products like yogurt, provides a probiotic effect that helps to maintain a range of normal bodily functions. Probiotics help maintain normal digestion and support a healthy immune system. While Lactobacillus acidophilus is naturally found in the body, it can be reduced with antibiotics, stress, or other factors.*
Bifodobacterium bifidus - Is one of the major types of bacteria that make up the colon. It provides a probiotic effect and aids in healthy digestion.*
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