Characterised by inflammatory and anti-oxidation properties, the preparation protects from free radicals and prevents from liver cirrhosis (fibrosis) and steatosis formation.
Silibinin is a flavonoid belonging to the group of flavonolignans that can be found in the milk thistle seeds (Silybum marianum). By sealing hepatocyte cell membranes, and therefore by hindering the permeation of toxic substances thereto, silibinin exhibits a protective effect on liver. Due to collagen synthesis inhibition, it prevents from liver cirrhosis (fibrosis) formation. Protecting from free radicals, silibinin is also characterised by inflammatory and anti-oxidation properties.
Silibinin effectiveness is enhanced through its combination with phosphatidilocholine (lecithin). The latter one is a natural constituent of bile that due to emulsifying lipids allows for lipid hydrolysis and prevents the liver cirrhosis. Having the ability to selectively incorporate into the liver cell membranes, phosphatidilocholine enhances their resistance to the fatty acid oxidation process.
Vitamin E protects from liver fibrosis (cirrhosis) and oxidation of cell membrane phospholipids by fixing compounds that stabilize them against an extremely harmful chain reaction.
Through maintaining the cell metallothionein on a proper level, zinc is involved in the process of organism detoxification of toxic metal ions and the immune defence reaction related to the oxidative stress.
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