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    Body
  • LIFESTYLE
    LIFESTYLE
  • BIOMARKERS
    BIOMARKERS
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When your Liver is full of fat and toxins, it cannot process what you ingest anymore. Fat from foods remains in your blood and starts accumulating in other parts of your body as visceral fat: first in your belly and waist, cascading into other organs like heart, gut and kidneys.

Combined with other factors, the state and size of your belly is important to assess the risk or presence of Fatty Liver disease.
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When your Liver is underperforming, it affects your digestion and the absorption of vitamins.

This will in turn affect your hairline because proper digestion and the absorption of vitamins are crucial for hair growth.
1 Lucas, Christiana et al. “A systematic review of the present and future of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.” Clinical and experimental hepatology vol. 4,3 (2018): 165-174. doi:10.5114/ceh.2018.78120
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When your liver is damaged, it becomes unable to eliminate toxins, and your body has to expel them through your skin.

When these toxic substances are released through your pores, they cause skin irritation and inflammation, rashes, itchiness, acne and even eczema.
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Fatty Liver disease is present in 45% of U.S adults and it’s the most common liver disease in children in the United States, with an estimated prevalence of 25% in the general population.
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Smoking is bad for your health, even if it’s coming from a stranger’s mouth.

If you are a smoker, the quantity you smoke per day is relevant because it determines your toxin intake: a big contributor for Fatty Liver disease.
1 Akhavan Rezayat A, Dadgar Moghadam M, Ghasemi Nour M, Shirazinia M, Ghodsi H, Rouhbakhsh Zahmatkesh MR, Tavakolizadeh Noghabi M, Hoseini B, Akhavan Rezayat K. Association between smoking and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis. SAGE Open Med. 2018 Jan 24;6:2050312117745223. doi: 10.1177/2050312117745223. PMID: 29399359; PMCID: PMC5788091.
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40g of alcohol is equivalent to:

- Three beers of regular strength (5% ABV)
- Two medium (175ml) glasses of 12% ABV wine
- 1 shot of tequila
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One can of sugary soda has on average 39g of sugar. For a Frappuccino is 55g of sugar.
Both exceed WHO’s recommendation for daily sugar consumption, which is 25g.
Research shows that the intake of sugary sweetened beverages is strongly linked with Fatty Liver disease1.
Excess sugar turns into excess fat, which accumulates and leads to liver injury.
1 Ma, Jiantao et al., Sugar-sweetened beverage, diet soda, and fatty liver disease in the Framingham Heart Study cohorts,Journal of Hepatology, Volume 63, Issue 2, 462 - 469
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All the foods listed above contain High fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS), a sweetener used to enhance the flavor of foods and beverages.

Diets rich in HFCS have been linked to fatty liver disease, high triglycerides, insulin resistance, high blood sugar, and an increased risk of type 2 diabetes.

Plus, many foods and drinks that contain HFCS also have lots of calories, highly refined oils, preservatives, and artificial colorings and flavors. Each of these may contribute to weight gain, increased inflammation, and many other health concerns.
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In general, fast-food consumption contributes significantly to fatty liver disease.

Research also shows that consuming Pizza has the highest risk of developing Fatty Liver disease1.
1 Doost Mohammadi F, Vazirinejad R, Rezaeian M, Vazirinejad E, Bastam D, Ahmadinia H et al . Fast Food Consumption and the Risk of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver in Adults: A Community-Based Case-Control Study. J Occup Health Epidemiol 2019; 8 (4) :176-184
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Depending on where you live you can be exposed to more air pollution.

Exposure to air pollution is associated with an increased risk of metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease1.
1 Exposure to air pollution is associated with an increased risk of metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease Guo, Bing et al.Journal of Hepatology, Volume 76, Issue 3, 518 - 525
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Painkillers and fever reducers contain acetaminophen which is a common cause of liver injury1.

Anti-inflammatory drugs and anticonvulsants can cause acute liver injury2.

Some muscle-building supplements are not screened by the FDA and may contain androgenic anabolic steroids, which damage the liver3.
1 LiverTox: Clinical and Research Information on Drug-Induced Liver Injury [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases; 2012-. Acetaminophen. [Updated 2016 Jan 28].
2 Lee, William M. “Drug-induced acute liver failure.” Clinics in liver disease vol. 17,4 (2013): 575-86, viii. doi:10.1016/j.cld.2013.07.001
3 Villavicencio Kim, Jaimy, and George Y Wu. “Body Building and Aminotransferase Elevations: A Review.” Journal of clinical and translational hepatology vol. 8,2 (2020): 161-167. doi:10.14218/JCTH.2020.00005
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Around 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men don’t do enough physical activity to stay healthy.
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Fatty Liver disease is known in the medical community as “The Silent Killer”. Most of the time, it’s diagnosed when screened for other diseases. That’s why blood testing is paramount.
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High Triglycerides levels are a clue that your liver is underperforming, because it’s your liver’s job to eliminate them from your bloodstream.
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People with high blood cholesterol are more likely to develop Fatty Liver, and liver problems increase the likelihood of high cholesterol.

High cholesterol can also turn fatty liver disease into a more serious and sometimes fatal condition known as nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
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Because the liver plays such an important role in regulating the body’s blood sugar, the buildup of fat in the vital organ makes it harder to control fasting glucose levels.

It also makes the body more resistant to insulin, straining the pancreas and its beta cells and speeding up the arrival of type 2 diabetes.
1 Younossi ZM, Koenig AB, Abdelatif D, Fazel Y, Henry L, Wymer M. Global epidemiology of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease—meta-analytic assessment of prevalence, incidence, and outcomes. Hepatology. 2016;64(1):73–84. doi:10.1002/hep.28431
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Infiltration of liver cells with fat are strong genetic traits. More genetic than body mass index1.
1 Heritability of Hepatic Fibrosis and Steatosis Based on a Prospective Twin Study Loomba, Rohit et al. Gastroenterology, Volume 149, Issue 7, 1784 - 1793
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What to expect for Month 1
  • Better
    Digestion
  • Less
    Bloating
  • Improved
    Energy
  • Clearer
    Skin
  • Less
    Brain Fog
  • Less
    Heartburn
  • Higher Toxin
    Removal
  • Reduced
    Cell Damage
  • Reduced Liver
    Inflammation
  • Improved
    Immunity
What to expect for Month 2
  • Rebalanced
    Microbiome
  • Better Bowel
    Movements
  • Improved Sleep
    Quality
  • Less
    Tiredness
  • Higher Brain
    Performance
  • Better
    Mood
  • Decreased
    Triglycerides
What to expect for Month 3
  • Activated
    Defenses
  • Reduced Bilirubin
  • Reduced Risk of
    Diabetes II
  • Reduced Levels
    of AST & ALT
  • Less risk
    of CVD
What's inside
our ampoules

Each ampoule contains a mix of ingredients clinically proven to achieve and maintain Liver health.

Pharma-grade
Artichoke (400mg)
Boosts bile production by 123% and improves digestion, reduces heartburn and IBS.
Pharma-grade
Choline (100mg)
Reduces the accumulation of fat in the Liver and reduces bad cholesterol.
Pharma-grade
Chicory (2mg)
Reduces liver inflammation and boosts toxin elimination.
Pharma-grade
Bromelain (15mg)
Helps the metabolization of fat and reduces inflammation.
Pharma-grade
Manganese (2mg)
Research shows that Fatty Liver disease is associated with low levels of manganese.
Pharma-grade
Rosemary (50mg)
Decreases Triglycerides by 29% and increases “good” Cholesterol by 23%.
Pharma-grade
Fennel (300mg)
Decreases blood sugar levels and reduces Fatty Liver biomarkers.
Pharma-grade
Inositol (20mg)
Prevents excessive liver accumulation of cholesterol and triglycerides.
Pharma-grade
Papain (7.5mg)
Reduces oxidative stress.
Pharma-grade
Zinc (1.5mg)
Zinc deficiency plays a critical role in the pathogenesis of Fatty Liver disease.
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What people are saying
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A great investment 
on your health!
I recommend this product
“Easy to use and i felt less bloating.”
Feeling great
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“Feeling great after 21 days and my skin is looking amazing!”
My liver and kidney...
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“My liver and kidney numbers looked good. I will continue to use this product. Now, if you only had something for high blood pressure.”
Feeling the results daily
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“Really impressed with the detox supplement and looking forward to trying other by biocol.. taste great and very motivating..”
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I recommend this product
“This product is excellent! I am mid-way through my second week and I have noticed improvements in my skin (unexpected bonus), my belly has less bloat, and my interest in junk food has seriously decreased. I feel great and it tastes great!”
Delicious, easy, effective, measurable results.
I recommend this product
“I tried the 7 days reset and it seemed easier to drop the weight, even though I have not changed my eating habits. I lost about a pound every 3 days on average for about 3 weeks after using this delicious product! So I am going to do it again.”
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