You may be familiar with calcium due to its potential to support strong bones. However‚ Calcium Glucarate is unique. It is a form of glucaric acid.
While you can find glucaric acid in a variety of foods (most commonly potatoes‚ oranges‚ and broccoli)‚ a supplement such as Pure Encapsulations' Calcium-d-Glucarate may be a more convenient source. It provides 500 milligrams of calcium-d-Glucarate (which contains Glucarate salts) in every single capsule.
D-Glucarate may have a detoxification effect because toxic compounds in the liver--whether they are naturally produced during bodily processes or occur due to environmental exposure--can bind themselves to glucuronic acids for excretion. As a result‚ a safe cleansing process called glucuronidation is able to remove these toxins from your body. Unfortunately‚ the human body also contains an enzyme called beta-glucuronidase‚ which may break these compounds apart and prevent them from exiting through waste products (meaning that have the potential to be reabsorbed). The good news is that D-Glucarate might be able to moderate and manage the activity of this enzyme when it is metabolized by bacteria in the gut‚ allowing your body to cleanse itself during Phase II detoxification.
Calcium-D-Glucarate provides further assistance in detoxification by supporting the health and functioning of liver cells and tissues. In fact‚ it promotes cellular health throughout the body‚ including the lungs‚ breasts‚ colon‚ and prostate. Finally‚ it may help manage healthy levels of lipids (fats).
Take one to six capsules daily‚ in divided doses with meals. At the recommended dosage‚ each 60-capsule bottle of Calcium-d-Glucarate by Pure Encapsulations should last from 10 days to two months.
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