Supported by extensive research, silybin, a key component in Thorne Siliphos, has been proven to effectively protect liver cells from various damaging substances. This includes toxins such as carbon tetrachloride (a chemical found in some industrial products), ethanol (found in alcoholic beverages), paracetamol, and environmental pollutants like benzopyrene (found in car exhaust fumes).
Thorne Siliphos is a unique formulation combining silybin with phosphatidylcholine, creating a highly absorbable compound that synergistically enhances liver cell protection.
Silymarin, a component of milk thistle, plays a crucial role in maintaining the liver’s normal response to inflammatory stressors. Among the flavonoids in silymarin, silybin is the most active, offering substantial biological benefits.
Thorne Siliphos combines silybin with phosphatidylcholine, to enhance how well our bodies absorb the silybin, making sure it reaches and effectively protects the cells in the liver
Moreover, phosphatidylcholine in Thorne Siliphos is more than just a carrier for silybin; it’s an active component that contributes to liver health. Its effectiveness lies in its ability to aid in the repair and renewal of liver cell membranes. The dual action of silybin’s antioxidant properties and phosphatidylcholine’s membrane-repairing capabilities make Thorne Siliphos a superior choice for those seeking comprehensive liver support.