Black Walnut & Pumpkin Seed Intestinal Cleanse (90 Capsules)

Black Walnut & Pumpkin Seed Intestinal Cleanse (90 Capsules)
Brand: Lily and Loaf
Color: black
13.6 GBP
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For better intestinal health and immunity Your intestinal system plays a vital role in your overall health. It helps your body to process food, strip out the valuable calories and nutrients and dispose of the waste. It also houses around 70% of your immune system, which regulates your body’s response to infection, illness and disease. Unfortunately, when everything is not working as it should, it can lead to tummy troubles, sickness and a host of other health issues. Your intestinal system – or gut – relies upon hundreds of millions of healthy bacteria, known as gut flora, to function correctly. With the right conditions inside your intestinal tract, your gut flora will thrive. However, if harmful bacteria take hold, it can lead to problems. Our Black Walnut & Pumpkin Seed Intestinal Cleanse has been formulated to support healthy gut flora, stop the spread of harmful bacteria and soothe irritated tissue. Its two key ingredients are Black Walnut and Pumpkin Seed, which are renowned for their astringent, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties. What is black walnut? Black walnut is derived from the fruit of the Juglans Nigra tree, which is native to North America. Their outer shells contain antioxidant and antibacterial compounds which make them useful for naturally treating bacterial infections. They are also rich in protein, healthy fats and an impressive array of naturally occurring vitamins and minerals including Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Iron, Zinc, Copper, Manganese and Selenium. They are a low-carbohydrate source of fibre and astringent tannins – antioxidants which prevent the cellular damage caused by free radicals. What is pumpkin seed? Pumpkin seeds are also packed with valuable nutrients and contain antioxidants, including Vitamin E and carotenoids. These help to reduce inflammation and protect your cells from the oxidative stress caused by free radicals. As well as contributing to good intestinal and digestive health, pumpkin seeds h