Helping you deal better with toxins

Good news! The de-tox process of the liver which won’t work as well for people with Gilbert’s Syndrome is called Glucuronidation and this process can be helped with Calcium D-Glucarate, glycine, magnesium, and b vitamins.

  • Calcium D Glucarate can be taken as tablets or capsules, but is also available in apples, brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage and bean sprouts.
  • Glycine is an amino acid and in high-protein foods, such as fish, meat, beans, milk, and cheese. Glycine is also available in capsule and powder forms, and as part of many combination amino acid supplements.
  • Spices, nuts, cereals, coffee, cocoa, tea, and vegetables are rich sources of magnesium. Green leafy vegetables such as spinach are also rich in magnesium as they contain chlorophyll. Magnesium supplements are widely available and often with calcium and vitamin c which help its absorption. The best absorbed types of magnesium are citrate and malate, rather than the cheaper form of oxide.
  • B vitamins are available in many different foods (see the NHS website), but the easiest ways of accessing them are through yeast extracts such as Marmite, and fortified cereals.

So why not help yourself and make sure your diet contains a good balance of foods that may help your liver to work better.

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  1. Alan Fortune

    Hi, I have Gilbert’s Syndrome and I’m reliably informed that ‘sufferers’ do not process Monosodium Glutamate very well. I was taking Amlodopine (a Calcium Channel Inhibitor) which blocked the action of MSG (a Calcium Channel Opener), but when I stopped taking them I started to feel more and more ill. I finally figured out what was going on with help of this site – http://unblindmymind.org/ – a very useful resource. All suffers of Gilbert’s Syndrome should be aware they may be sensitive to MSG. Its added in large quantities to most processed foods and really should be avoided by everyone. Its known as an Excitotoxin and activates the taste senses by overstimulating the brain, not a good idea. I can’t emphasise enough that you may be quite sensitive to this common food additive.

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