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Detox definition

Helps in the process of removing toxic substances that are harmful to the body, usually via the kidneys and liver.


Medical conditions that can affect Detox

Alcohol Use Disorder
Arsenic Poisoning
Cholestasis
Cirrhosis
Drug Use and Addiction
Fatty Liver Disease
Hepatopulmonary Syndrome
Lead Poisoning
Liver Cancer
Liver Damage
Rashes
Smoking
Viral Infections

What supplements help with Detox?

  • Spirulina for Detox

  • Garlic for Detox

  • Polypodium leucotomos for Detox

  • Seaweed Extract for Detox

  • TUDCA for Detox

  • Vitamin E for Detox

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Moderately Positive


Healthy status continued without any abnormal symptoms, and without any subjective complaints on the questionnaire. In the control group also, no changes occurred during the investigation. Gamma-tocopherol changes were measured in plasma and RBCs. As plasma and RBC tocopherol levels rose after administration, the isomer levels were suppressed in both plasma and RBCs.


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Moderately Positive


It is concluded that megavitamin E supplements in this group produced no apparent toxic side effects and that subjective claims for beneficial effects were highly variable.


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Moderately Positive


Our data suggest that the measurement of the level of plasma transforming growth factor-beta1 represents a possible method of distinguishing between non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and non-alcoholic fatty liver. Long-term alpha-tocopherol treatment may be safe and effective for non-alcoholic steatohepatitis. A randomized, controlled, double-blind trial is needed to confirm the full potential of alpha-tocopherol in the management of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis.


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Moderately Positive


Short-term vitamin E supplementation improves immune responsiveness in healthy elderly individuals; this effect appears to be mediated by a decrease in PGE2 and/or other lipid-peroxidation products.


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Moderately Positive


Supplementation did cause a significant increase in serum vitamin E, and a small (5%) but significant (P < 0.05) increase in plasma zinc in the vitamin E-supplemented group. Thus, short-term supplementation with 800 mg vitamin E/d has no adverse effect on healthy older adults.


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Moderately Positive


There was no significant effect of vitamin E on serum nonspecific immunoglobulin concentrations or anti-DNA and anti-thyroglobulin antibodies. The cytotoxic ability of neutrophils against Candida albicans was not compromised. Thus, 4 mo of supplementation with 60-800 IU vitamin E/d had no adverse effects. These results are relevant for determining risk-to-benefit ratios for vitamin E supplementation.


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Moderately Positive


Two years or longer treatment can be expected to ameliorate NASH fibrosis, especially in those whose serum transaminase activities and insulin resistance can be improved.


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Moderately Positive


Vitamin E was superior to placebo for the treatment of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis in adults without diabetes. There was no benefit of pioglitazone over placebo for the primary outcome; however, significant benefits of pioglitazone were observed for some of the secondary outcomes. (ClinicalTrials.gov number, NCT00063622.)


  • Vitamin K for Detox

  • Artichoke for Detox

  • Benfotiamine for Detox

  • CDP-choline for Detox

  • Cocoa Extract for Detox

  • Curcumin for Detox

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Slightly Positive


Collectively, these results demonstrate that a low dose of a curcumin-lipid preparation can produce a variety of potentially health promoting effects in healthy middle aged people.


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Slightly Positive


Consumption of 98 mg of highly bioavailable curcuminoids with each principal meal sufficed to achieve curcuminoid accumulation in the blood, was safe, and did not alter blood lipids, inflammation, glucose, or iron homeostasis in healthy subjects with slightly elevated blood cholesterol and C-reactive protein.


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Slightly Positive


Curcuminoids at doses of 6000 mg/d in 3 divided doses are well tolerated and may prove efficacious in controlling signs and symptoms of oral lichen planus.


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Slightly Positive


In conclusion, short-term curcumin intervention ablates DKD progress with activating Nrf2 anti-oxidative system and anti-inflammatory efficacies in patients with T2DM.


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Slightly Positive


NC supplementation in overweight/obese NAFLD patients improved glucose indices, lipids, inflammation, WC, nesfatin, liver transaminases, and fatty liver degree. Accordingly, the proposed mechanism for ameliorating NAFLD with NC was approved by the increased serum nesfatin and likely consequent improvements in inflammation, lipids, and glucose profile. Further trials of nano-curcumin's effects are suggested.


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Slightly Positive


Our results showed that daily intake of 1500 mg curcumin plus weight loss is not superior to weight loss alone in amelioration of cardiovascular risk factors in patients with NAFLD. Further studies with different dosages of curcumin are needed to be able to conclude about the effects of this dietary supplement on cardiovascular risk factors and NAFLD characteristics.


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Slightly Positive


The data of this trial indicate that FTP is effective and safe, generally well-tolerated without severe AEs, in the treatment of subjects with elevated ALT levels over a 12 weeks period.


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Slightly Positive


The reduction from baseline in total WOMAC score (also subscale scores) and VAS score resulted in statistically significant difference when compared to placebo. It was also found to be safe and well tolerated as there was no incidence of treatment related AEs.


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Slightly Positive


The results of the present trial revealed a beneficial effect of curcuminoids plus piperine supplementation on glycemic and hepatic parameters but not on hs-CRP levels in T2D patients.


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Slightly Positive


There were also significant reductions in body mass index and serum levels of total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, triglycerides, aspartate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase, glucose, and glycated hemoglobin compared with the placebo group. Curcumin was safe and well tolerated during the course of trial. Findings of the present proof-of-concept trial suggested improvement of different features of NAFLD after a short-term supplementation with curcumin.


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Slightly Positive


These findings suggest a glucose-lowering effect of curcuminoids in type 2 diabetes, which is partially due to decrease in serum FFAs, which may result from promoting fatty acid oxidation and utilization.


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Slightly Positive


These results are associated with reduced levels of homeostasis model assessment-insulin resistance, triglyceride, uric acid, visceral fat and total body fat. In summary, a 6-month curcumin intervention in type 2 diabetic population lowered the atherogenic risks. In addition, the extract helped to improve relevant metabolic profiles in this high-risk population.


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Slightly Positive


Turmeric supplementation as an adjuvant to T2DM on metformin treatment had a beneficial effect on blood glucose, oxidative stress and inflammation.


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Slightly Positive


Turmeric supplementation improved glucose indexes and serum leptin levels and may be useful in the control of NAFLD complications.


  • Fish Oil for Detox

  • Hesperidin for Detox

  • Jiaogulan for Detox

  • Korean Black Raspberry for Detox

  • Kutki for Detox

  • L-Carnitine for Detox

  • Melatonin for Detox

  • N-Acetylcysteine for Detox

  • Resveratrol for Detox

  • Roselle for Detox

  • SAME for Detox

  • TMG for Detox

  • Whey Protein for Detox

  • Zinc for Detox

  • Chiretta for Detox

  • Hoodia gordonii for Detox

  • Vitamin B3 for Detox

  • Yohimbine for Detox


Body systems related to Detox


Respiratory System

Integumentary system

Digestive System

Nervous System
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