What is Amino Support?
Amino Support provides nutrients which promote phase II of liver detoxification, without stimulating phase I. (Phase I support may create toxic intermediates, and phase II eliminates those intermediates.) It also helps the body to bind heavy metals, and facilitates the excretion of toxins from the body.*
What are the benefits of Amino Support?
Amino Support contains nutrients which promote natural detoxification, by supporting the normal processing and safe elimination of toxins from the body.*
How does Amino Support support the liver’s detoxification phases?
Amino Support is useful for preparing the liver for phase II detoxification. It does not contain botanicals, minerals, or B vitamins that would also upregulate phase I detoxification, which may result in intermediate metabolites that can be more inflammatory than the original toxins. Providing nutritional support for phase II detoxification helps conjugate toxins and prepare them for safe elimination from the body.*
What is the recommended dose?
The recommended dose is six capsules per day.
When should I take Amino Support?
I recommend taking two capsules at breakfast, lunch and dinner, for a total of six per day.
How long can I take Amino Support for?
It’s recommended to take Amino Support for 1-2 weeks for liver support, or 2 months for gut cleansing.
Can Amino Support be taken with thyroid medications?
Amino Support should be taken 30 to 60 minutes away from thyroid medications. Testing your thyroid hormone levels every 30-90 days to see if a medication adjustment is needed, is recommended.
Can I take Amino Support with B vitamins?
If you wish to use Amino Support and B vitamins at the same time, it is recommended to take the B vitamins with food, and Amino Support without food.
Not to be used by those with a sulfur sensitivity.
Check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking if pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not take with alcohol, or if you are allergic or sensitive to any of the ingredients in this supplement.
DO NOT TAKE if you are taking the following medications: ACE inhibitors, anticoagulant/antiplatelet drugs (including warfarin), anticonvulsants, antihypertensive drugs, blood thinners, chloroquine, clozapine, glucuronidated drugs, lactulose, lithium, and/or nitroglycerin.
- Research and Science. Klaire Labs. https://klaire.com/researchandscience/. Accessed 11 August 2020.
- Natural Medicines Therapeutic Research Collaboration. https://naturalmedicines.therapeuticresearch.com/. Accessed August 11, 2020.