Dynamic Detox: How Nutri-Dyn's New Formula Works
From Nutri-Dyn’s fantastic Dynamic line of supplements comes their latest in targeted nutrition Dynamic Detox. This clinical-grade food supplement is designed to support your body’s detoxification process by providing you with superfoods and nutrients such as silymarin, curcumin, green tea, sesame seed (sesamins) and pomegranate. It also contains liver-supporting cofactors and nutrients like MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), NAC (n-acetylcysteine), quercetin, milk thistle extract, methyl folate and medium chain triglycerides (MCT) and more.
Dynamic Detox Liver Support
Your liver is one of the most important organs in your body that removes toxic substances. It filters the blood from your GI track to remove toxins so it can be sent through the rest of your body safely. It also helps your body metabolize drugs, chemicals and nutrients. If it isn’t functioning properly it can impair detox pathways and increase your risk of toxic build up. Dynamic Detox is formulated with select liver supporting nutrients and cofactors, which have been shown in contemporary clinical research (*4, 5, 6, 7, 8) to support healthy phase I & phase II detoxification in the liver. Your lungs, kidneys, large intestine and skin are also major players in your body’s detoxification. Dynamic Detox contains nutrients that not only support your liver but these other organs as well including a variety of nutrients for gut health like acacia, pea protein, vitamin A and carotenoids. Dynamic Detox also contains a vital nutrient found in foods such as prunes, apricot, sweet potato, banana and avocado, potassium citrate which provides support to your kidneys and renal tubes by supporting a higher alkaline state. Dynamic Detox may also boost your antioxidant capacity, energy production and GI function.
Symptoms of Chronic Poisoning/Signs You Should Consider Detoxing
Toxins in the body come from organophosphate pesticides, food additives & chemical compounds used in industry and agricultural products that we get exposed to daily. Symptoms of chronic poisoning include:
- Sleep disturbance
- GI distress
- Allergy symptoms
Almost everyone can benefit from a mild detox. Your organs need specific nutrition to function properly and Dynamic Detox has all that nutrition and more. If you continually struggle with any of the symptoms listed it is a good place to start on your road to better health. Consult your natural health practitioner if you have any questions about the best way to detox for you.
Major Benefits of Detoxing
- Reduce signs of aging
- Improves hair & skin health
- Boosts immune system
- Aids internal organs responsible for removing harmful toxins (liver, kidneys, etc.)
- Increased energy
- Weight loss/management
Daily Detox Usage
With its Evidence-Based nutrient profile Dynamic Detox by Nutri-Dyn is a healthy and easy way to help your body’s detoxification pathways function at their best. It has zero sugar, its pea protein base is gluten free and it comes in delicious vanilla and chocolate flavors. You can take one shake a day for a daily detox support.
Extensive Detox Usage
For a more extensive detoxification of the liver & other detoxifying organs you can use Dynamic Detox 2-4 times daily in conjunction with a vegetarian diet for 7-10 days. This is a protocol to use if your symptoms are severe or chronic. It is sometimes helpful to work up to that dose by starting at one shake a day and increasing every day until you are at 3-4 shakes a day then staying at that dose for the remainder of the cleanse. If you feel worse taking a higher dose back down to a lower one and stay the rest of the cleanse.
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