Suggested Use: 1-6 capsules per day, in divided doses, with meals
Pure Encapsulations patented Calcium-d-Glucarate™ nutritionally supports the body's natural ability to detoxify endogenous and environmental compounds and to promote cellular health for tissues including the liver, prostate, lung, breast and colon. Researchers at the the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center of New York, AMC Cancer Center in Colorado, and Ohio State University have extensively studied d-glucarate. Calcium-d-Glucarate™, a patente
What Is It?
Calcium-d-Glucarate is a patented form of glucaric acid, a
robust nutrient with the potential to support the body’s
natural ability to detoxify endogenous and environmental
compounds and to promote cellular health for tissues
including the liver, prostate, lung, breast and colon.*
Uses For Calcium-d-Glucarate
Detoxification And Cellular Support: Researchers at the
University of Texas M.D. Anderson Center, Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Center of New York, AMC Center in
Colorado, and Ohio State University have extensively
studied d-glucarate. In the liver, toxic compounds are
bound to glucuronic acids so that they can be eliminated
in a safe form from the body in a cleansing process known
as glucuronidation. Beta-glucuronidase is a naturally
occurring enzyme found in various organs and cells,
which can cleave apart these neutral compounds.
Studies have indicated that d-glucarate moderates
beta-glucurondiase enzyme activity, supporting the
process by which healthy cells eliminate waste and
foreign elements. Other studies suggest the promising role
of d-glucarate in supporting healthy lipid metabolism.*
What Is The Source?
Calcium-d-Glucarate is derived from cornstarch and
glucose. (United States Patent Nos. 4,845,123; 5,364,644;
5,561,160. European Patent No. 0,528,950.)
Pure Encapsulations recommends 1-6 capsules per day, in
divided doses, with meals.
Are There Any Potential Side Effects Or
At this time, there are no known side effects or precautions.
If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before taking
Are There Any Potential Drug Interactions?
Although there are no known drug interactions, many
drugs are metabolized in the liver by binding to
glucuronic acid. It is therefore possible that taking
calcum-d-glucarate could increase the elimination of
certain drugs or hormones from the body, thereby
reducing their effectiveness. If you are taking any
prescription medication, please consult your physician or
pharmacist before taking calcium-d-glucarate.