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Best liver support supplements

- Sat, 03 Feb 2018 18:33:56 EST wBRWJkvj No.29721
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I like my drugs
Mainly alcohol and cocaine off a weekend

Been doing it for the last 10 years

Now I still look fresh because I go the gym and eat healthy drink lots of water.

But i know the amount I take will take its toll on my body over the years.

So with that in mind what supplments should o take.

I know of milk thistle.Some people think it's a meme others espicaly juice heads think it works.I tried it once (well a full bottle) and I think it helped but I hardly get hangovers any way.

I've also read about liv 52 and NAC what's supposed to help with paracetamol over doses
The there is activated charcoal and ALA
Then there are then detox teas puka brand I have now and then (I actualy enjoy it)

Normally all I take though are them cheap vitamin b complex dissolve able tablets (like berrocas

So any way without going overboard and without stopping (I only really party or even drink every 2 weeks now) what should I take.

Any suggestions
Charlotte Dacklehitch - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 16:05:57 EST /a8b+ph1 No.29733 Reply
I guess the best thing you can do is what you're already doing. Eat well sleep enough go regularly to the gym. Eat allot of veggies and keep the alcohol and other shit to the minimal and as much time between usages. Those are about the most essential things to do.
Hugh Ninnerridge - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 16:48:08 EST n8TcMLR6 No.29752 Reply
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Would any one recommend taking any of the supplments ?
Emma Darrynuck - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 00:39:29 EST vRJPC8Jm No.29754 Reply
Just vitamins for the most part. Some alternative stuffs are not regulated by the FDA, and some are liver toxic. Activated charcoal I believe is hazardous. But beneficial when actually needed. A multivitiman in the morning and a b-12 complex noon and evening. And keep on keeping on. Would not hurt to get a blood tests every now and then to see how your organs are functioning. My tests showed a couple of elevated results that were not super over the edge but high enough to keep an eye on.

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