Modern lifestyle has its own unique consequences in many aspects of our life. At many places, we feel blessed to have experienced the bliss of the tremendous positive changes around us and many times we feel that life could have been simpler with not too many choices that spoil your thought process. Alcohol seems to be bridging social gaps and making a person socially neutral. Sounds funny? But that’s the truth.
It gradually has become the central feature of our life and sadly more of a status symbol, where everyone seems to be competing with each other. One must realize that this compelling addiction comes with a bag full of ailments, maladies, personal jolts and the vacuum it creates around is difficult to deal with. However, moderation never goes wrong, so please don’t get me wrong.
Is it a possible cause of Alcoholic fatty liver?
Yes, it is! As the name suggests, is the prime stage of alcohol-related liver disorder. The heavy or long-term drinking severely affects this vital organ, which is responsible for breaking down the alcohol, so as to push the quantity above the limits of the body out of the system. However, in this condition due to an over-dose of alcohol, the liver is unable to metabolize so much fat and leads to many liver-related serious conditions.
Can Turmeric be one of the solutions amongst many?
- Yes don’t be surprised! This humble spice does a lot of cleaning and soothing for us. This queen of spices with the magical component curcumin is not only prodigious in preventing the end stage of fatty liver disease, but also prevents accumulation of fat in the liver.
- Known for its toxins flushing properties, turmeric just does the work wonderfully to ensure you have a clean and healthy life and you enjoy the perks of health at its best.
Alchorid! What is it?
- In simple words it can be said that Alchorid is Mother’s Nature’s best gift to us, considering the insalubrious conditions and habits that are largely becoming a part of us. Alchorid from Bagdara Farms is curated, crafted and formulated to ensure that our vital organ stays healthy from the baneful effects of Alcohol.
Does Alchorid have enough Curcumin in it?
- Yes, it does! Every product of Bagdara Farm including Alchorid is high in its content of magical curcumin which heals the body, soothes our mind and puts our liver on the path to recovery.
What part does Alchorid play in this condition?
- Alchorid brimming with the properties of bio-active curcumin thwarts the initial jolt that this condition might inflict on the liver.
- Alchorid is prodigious at removal and flushing out of toxins without putting a lot of pressure on this important organ and it efficiently is able to clear up the toxin deposits.
- Alchorid is effective at shielding the liver from hepatoxins, aflatoxin and helps in rebuilding the liver naturally without causing side effects or further distress to it.
- Alchorid gives full assistance to the liver in coping up with the excess of alcohol and its consequences.
- Alchorid is effective at increasing the secretion of bile thus improving the digestion which usually suffers due to alcohol consumption and the inability of the liver to break it down.
- Alchorid is brimming with the properties of anti-oxidants and fights the oxidative stress that builds up in the body during this distressful condition, putting our liver at ease and allowing it to work to the best of its ability
- The anti-inflammatory properties avert the inflammation that builds up due to liver affliction in the condition of the alcoholic fatty acid disease. Thus Alchorid, nature’s own produce can be beneficial in keeping you in the pink of its health with its golden magic.
- Alchorid with its plethora of pharmacological properties bring down the pathological and drastic biochemical changes that take place and this indeed is very helpful to prevent alcoholic fatty liver diseases.
So enjoy your life, sit back, relax & have a great time the way you want, but not at the cost of your health. Go about things in moderation and get your magic potion of Alchorid today.
Click here for more details: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28476407