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How the Liver and Kidneys Affect Your Emotions

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Most people understand that certain organs not functioning optimally can have negative effects on physical health, but they can also affect emotional health. A sluggish liver, decreased kidney function, and digestive issues can all contribute to emotional issues like anxiety, depression, mood swings, etc. In this week’s episode we’ll discuss how the liver and kidneys can affect your emotions, and how you can support these organs to help them function optimally.

Products Mentioned in Today’s Show

L-Carnitine – L-carnitine has been shown to stimulate the use of fat for fuel and boost metabolism, making it essential to energy generation in the body. L-carnitine is an amino acid essential for the transport of fatty acids into the cell mitochondria. Research has shown that L-carnitine stimulates the use of fat for fuel and boosts metabolism, which plays a key role in weight management. L-carnitine has also been found to support cardiovascular health and to increase aerobic capacity during exercise. The L-Carnitine formulation provides 500 mg of L-carnitine per capsule, now delivered using quick-release, fast-absorbing Licaps® Technology. The Licaps® capsule shell matrix seals and protects the nutrient inside with a nitrogen bubble, ensuring maximum freshness. The thin shell dissolves rapidly, releasing a liquid formulation that speeds nutrient absorption.

Reduced L-Glutathione – Glutathione is the master antioxidant in the body and is heavily concentrated in tissues such as the liver, spleen and heart. Therefore, it plays a crucial role in immune function, detoxification capacity and protection against oxidative stress. This formulation is preformed, reduced glutathione (GSH) and provides a 250 mg dose in a one-capsule serving.

You can also listen to How the Liver and Kidneys Affect Your Emotions on our YouTube channel here.

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