When to take our SanaLiverTM?
- SanaLiver can be taken in two ways: 1 capsule with breakfast and 1 capsule with lunch - or - 2 capsules with lunch.
- If SanaLiver is taken in combination with antibiotics, it is best to take the capsules about 3 hours after the antibiotics.
How many capsules?
- Adults: 2 capsules per day.
- Maintenance treatment (use over 3 months): 1 capsule per day.
- Initial treatment: 2 capsules per day.
How to take the capsules?
- Simply take with a large glass of water.
Precautions for use
- Food supplement based on plants and vitamins, to be used in addition to a healthy and balanced diet.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under 18 years of age, or individuals with known medical conditions (on anticoagulants), under medical supervision, diabetics as well as people with liver or heart problems, and people on medication, should seek the advice of a physician before supplementing.
- Not suitable for children under 18 years of age.
- Store in a dry place away from light and heat.
- Keep out of reach of children.
SanaLiver® contains effective ingredients in a revolutionary formula and at SanalysLab™ to help nourish and maintain liver function for active energy and focus while promoting healthy metabolism and overall health.
Supporting your liver health can help you manage your weight and even improve your energy levels*.
Everything you consume is filtered by the liver, so treating your body with a healthy diet alongside SanaLiver® can lead to better liver health*.
SanaLiver® contains ingredients that promote proper cell division in the liver*.
Milk thistle extract (silybin) helps to reduce the penetration of toxic substances (drugs, alcohol, etc.) into its cells.
SanaLiver® contains numerous antioxidants including Artichoke Extract, Choline Bitartrate, N-Acetylcysteine, L-Methionine, Inositol as well as Reduced Glutathione, S-Adenosylmethionine and Vitamins B1, B2 and B6 to maximise the health benefits to your liver, support liver enzyme levels and promote focus and clarity*.
The benefits of SanaLiverTM are numerous.
For optimal effectiveness, it is advisable to use SanaLiver on a regular basis (if you miss 1 day, it doesn't matter).
The time needed to fully benefit from the reconstructive effect of this natural treatment is estimated at 3 months. Beware, this is not a miracle cure, but a very effective natural solution nonetheless!
We recommend that you follow this cure for 3 months, while improving your lifestyle. You will certainly notice a very positive change in your gut, your vitality and your general well-being.
|For 2 capsules||Amount (mg)||AR*|
|Extract from chadron-Marie||280 mg||**|
|Artichoke extract||100 mg||**|
|Artichoke powder||100 mg||**|
|Choline Bitartrate||75 mg||**|
|Reduced glutathione||20 mg||**|
|Vitamin B1||0.44 mg||40%|
|Vitamin B2||0.7 mg||50%|
|Vitamin B6||0.54 mg||39%|
*RAC: Reference Inputs
** No RA available
Ingredients : Milk thistle extract (Sylibum marianum L. Gaertn., 80% sylimarin), coating agents (gelatine), artichoke extract (Cynara scolymus L., 5% cinarina), artichoke powder (Cynara scolymus L.), choline bitartrate, N-acetylcysteine, anti-caking agent (magnesium carbonate), L-methionine, inositol, reduced glutathione, s-adenosylmethionine, vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride) and vitamin B1 (thiamine hydrochloride)
What is a food supplement?
A food supplement is not a food. A food supplement is not a medicine.
It is a prepared product, containing one or more substances, intended to be taken as a supplement to food.
Often designed to improve well-being (slimming, coping with winter, strengthening hair, soothing, for digestion, etc.), they should not be confused with medicines, or products reserved for use by sportsmen, or even certain products for losing weight. Similarly, food supplements are not meal replacements or even a substitute for a balanced diet.
Food supplements contain one or more substances combined in a specific form.
What do food supplements contain?
The substances authorised in food supplements are set out in a 2006 decree. They are mainly :
- of certain nutrients (vitamins and minerals);
- certain substances with nutritional or physiological purposes, such as amino acids, for example;
- other substances such as plants or plant extracts.
Some components, such as vitamins or minerals, may be found in the same way in food supplements as in other types of products. This does not mean that these products are identical or even comparable.
Can food supplements interact with medicines?
There are possible drug interactions between substances contained in certain food supplements and medicines (melatonin, omega 3, etc.)
If you are planning to take food supplements, and you are (or have recently been) on medication, you should :
- consult the leaflets of medicines and the compositions of food supplements;
- ask your pharmacist or doctor for advice on the composition of the food supplements you wish to take.
In addition, the French National Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health Safety (ANSES) stresses that when consuming food supplements it is important to :
- avoid prolonged, repeated or multiple intakes during the year without seeking advice from a health professional;
- to scrupulously respect the conditions of use set by the manufacturer, who is responsible for the safety of the products he markets;
- report to a health care professional any adverse reaction to a food supplement;