Oxford Vitality Offers Natural Remedies for Liver Health to Counteract Alcohol Consumption

Imbibing alcoholic beverages is a common way to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s, followed immediately by an effort by many to stop drinking. Richard Sanderson, owner and nutritionist of Oxford Vitality, announced that natural and organic methods are available to cleanse the system, boost immune function and help restore liver health.

Bicester, UK – Alcohol consumption affects the body’s health in a variety of ways, from increasing the risk of conditions ranging from heartburn and inflammation throughout the body to reduced immune system function and liver damage. Oxford Vitality offers a variety of herbal remedies for detoxification and improvement of liver health.

“With January being the detox month of choice for many, boosting your liver health now can help halt and reverse the damages of excess before they become a long-term irreparable issue,” said Sanderson.

The liver is responsible for cleansing the blood, neutralizing toxins, metabolizing fats, and helping to direct waste materials through the digestive tract, all of which are functions that can be assisted with aloe vera. While many people are familiar with the benefits of the botanical for healing wounds, it’s equally applicable for maintaining digestive and liver health.

Oxford Vitality offers 150mg. aloe vera tablets in containers ranging from 30 to 1,000 to accommodate consumer needs. The supplement tablets are small, easy to swallow and a rich source of antioxidants. Aloe vera supports gastrointestinal, bowel and immune health. Other benefits include relief from fatigue and the ability to stimulate metabolism.

The company also offers iron tablets in 14mg. and 34mg dosages for liver health. Individuals can choose from packages containing 30 to 1,000 tablets depending on their specific requirements. The body stores iron in the liver and releases it when needed for the formation of bone marrow, new blood cells and in immune health that’s connected to healthy liver function.

For some people, even a single beer or glass of wine can precipitate problems with the liver. Alcohol produces a toxic enzyme when it reaches the liver. If an individual consumes more alcohol than their liver can comfortably handle, the organ struggles to efficiently process it and toxins begin to build up.

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