Formulated with amino acids to support phase 2 detoxification pathways which aid in removal of toxins for the system to aid in liver health, hormone balance, and neurological function.
This formula is a helpful tool to aid in offsetting lifestyle stressors, seasonal allergens, or removing debris from a gut cleanse. Learn more
Benefits of Ultimate Detox:
- Reduced toxin load and chemical sensitivity
- Healthy skin and hair
- Hormone balance
- Reduced brain fog
- Improved energy
- Reduced aches and inflammation
How to Take
Take 1-2 two to three times daily
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Contains 90 capsules which lasts 2-4 weeks with typical use.
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- Safe with breastfeeding
- Not recommended during pregnancy
Safe for Kids
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Detox and Liver Support Hormones and Fertility
Ultimate Detox: essential for preparing the liver for phase 2 detoxification. It does not contain botanicals, minerals, or B vitamins that upregulate phase 1 detoxification, which may result in intermediate metabolites that could cause sensitivity reactions. Providing nutritional support for phase 2 detoxification helps conjugate toxins and prepare them for safe elimination from the body.
Ultimate Detox is used in the Naturally Nourished clinic to support the detox process on an ongoing basis and can also be pulsed up after environmental toxin exposure, alcohol consumption or during a Candida Cleanse.
- Taurine, methionine, MSM, & N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC): sulfur-containing amino acids and compounds, which support the sulfation pathway of detoxification. Think of sulfur as an ‘escort’ the liver uses to tag certain toxins for removal from the body. This pathway requires sufficient sulfur to function optimally.
- Glutathione: the body’s master antioxidant and free-radical scavenger, aided by glutamine & NAC
- Calcium-D-Glucarate: supports the glucuronidation pathway and inhibits an enzyme that can undo Phase II detoxification in the colon. Glucuronic acid, which is part of this pathway, is another of the liver’s escort molecules that binds to toxins and aids in their excretion.
Ultimate Detox is a perfect addition to any detox program. It’s great for anyone who wants support for Phase II detoxification pathways, and may even be used in preparation for an intensive detoxification/cleansing protocol.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Why Naturally Nourished
- Clinical Results
- Synergistic Formulas
- Third Party Tested
How to Use
This product is used in our Beat the Bloat Cleanse to aid in removing debris of die off of bacteria and yeast. It is also included in our Reset Restore Renew Detox Packs as 3 of the 5 pills per pack to aid in comprehensive detox support. If you are looking to do a 10-day Detox, it would be recommended to use the Reset Restore Renew Detox Packs.
Also, if you have a lifestyle that is prone to toxic exposure due to hazardous chemical exposure, traffic and exhaust, cosmetics and hair dye, alcohol, etc. you may consider incorporating 1 Reset Restore Renew Detox pack at bed daily as opposed to using the Ultimate Detox throughout the day as a more consistent routine.
Note: During breastfeeding it is not recommended to do a 10-Day Detox or gut cleanse as this would liberate too many toxins that would pass through the breast milk and stress your baby; however, if you are doing something that is stressing or toxic to your baby lifestyle wise and/or you have known heavy metal toxicity or estrogen dominance, this may be a reasonable tool to support balance. Likely a dosage of up to 4 capsules daily is safe for breastfeeding mothers to reduce toxic impact with overdriving release. As always consult with your practitioner.
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