Standard Process: Hepatic System Support

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Hepatic System Support

Standard Process Hepatic Support is designed to support the liver at multiple levels. This support is provided through the combination of whole food nutrients, gland and organ extracts and concentrates, along with botanical ingredients. It is important to recognize that the liver is a complex organ with numerous interactions between the intestinal tract, cardiovascular system, kidney, and autonomic nervous system. Therefore, broad support for the liver can only be accomplished with combinations of nutrients that facilitate optimal function of these related areas. With this synergistic grouping of factors, Hepatic Support can be used in a wide range of hepatic conditions. In addition, Hepatic Support can be beneficial for reducing hepatic metabolic stress when used in situations when pharmaceuticals like phenobarbital or glucocorticoids are used long-term.

 

Suggested uses:

  • Primary liver disease
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Elevated cholesterol
  • Liver degeneration
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Joint stiffness
  • Kidney disease
  • Gallbladder symptoms

 

 

The liver is a complex organ that interacts with many other organs in the body, including the intestinal tract, the heart and lungs, the kidneys, and the autonomic nervous system. Canine Hepatic Support and Feline Hepatic Support assist and maintain the liver’s response to metabolic demands and the liver’s ability to regenerate. This support is provided through the combination of whole food nutrients. Capitalizing on the complexity of food, Standard Process has provided broad-spectrum coverage for the liver, which can only be accomplished with combinations of nutrients that facilitate optimal function of these related areas.

Canine Hepatic Support or Feline Hepatic Support may be recommended for general liver support, in patients with increased metabolic demand such as during long term medication use, when laboratory tests shows evidence of increased stress on the liver and kidneys or even during intestinal disease.