EPATOGUNA

Food supplement with freeze-dried pig liver extract, Choline and Green Tea, indicated to support and restore the liver function

  • Category: Food Supplements
  • 32 swallowable tablets of 1,125 g each
  • Product ID: 1404

Epatoguna is an innovative food supplement in controlled-release “gastroprotected” tablets which, along with a healthy lifestyle, helps support and restore the physiological hepatic function. Epatoguna contains freeze-dried pig liver, Choline and Green Tea. Choline helps to maintain normal liver function and physiological fat metabolism. Green tea (Camellia sinensis) is antioxidant and contributes to normal liver function. 

Epatoguna active ingredients

Freeze-dried pig liver “Neorland”®: produced through an exclusive and controlled process ensuring a higher bioavailability of specific natural nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids, useful to support and regulate liver metabolic and regeneration processes.

Choline: it is useful to counteract the storage of fats in the liver and to support its correct functioning.

Green tea (standardized to 95% Epigallocatechin-3-gallate): contains many beneficial components, among which the polyphenolic compounds called “catechins”. Several studies have shown the particularly beneficial effects of Epigallocatechin-3-gallate, a catechin which is present in large quantities in Epatoguna. It has a positive effect on the metabolism of lipids and on the maintenance of body weight balance. A consumption of Epigallocatechin-3-gallate is recommended to support the physiological hepatic function.

Why Epatoguna is unique

• Thanks to the special  “gastro-protected” tablet, the active ingredients of Epatoguna are protected from gastric juices, fully released and promptly absorbed only in the upper intestinal tract, for a quick and effective action.

• Approved claim for liver function

• Not contraindicated during pregnancy and breastfeeding

• Easy to use

• Pleasant taste

• Free from gluten, lactose, sucrose, maltodextrins

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