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LiverGARD (Formerly First Call)

First Call is now LiverGARD
First Call is now LiverGARD
Item #: NBLG579
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    LiverGARD (formerly First Call) is an all natural hangover remedy* and liver supplement.  It is designed to break down toxins & support overall liver health.  It is whole food active created from the edible part of the hybrid artichoke, and sarsaparilla root. A whole food active is a complex extraction of components of regular food products with higher concentrations of the same chemicals that would be found in food.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

    Report on ORACFL Values of Artichoke/Sarsaparilla Extract, Brunswick Laboratories

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    Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) measures the ability of the sample being analyzed to protect against attack by free radicals, or to act as an antioxidant. Several methods have recently been developed to measure the total antioxidant capacity of biological samples, but the ORAC method is quite unique. It measures... View Full Report Here
    "During rigorous testing in our office (hey who are we to shirk the scientific method?), the pill worked very well...when we were sober enough to follow the directions.

    "Pop a few FIRST CALL ™ pills before bed and you really - really - will avoid a hangover (this reporter tried it, and it worked)."