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New Nordic™ BioFirm
New Nordic™ BioFirm60 Tablets
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Danish Detox Plan
Systemic Cleanser and Detoxifier
10 Day Plan
- Supplement Facts
Take 2 tablets with a large glass of water, 3 times a day, preferably for 3-6 weeks
Serving Size 6 Tablets Servings Per Container 10 Amount Per Serving % DV Chicory root (Radix chichorii) 2000.00 mg 0% Citrus fruit pulp (rich in flavonids) 780.00 mg 0% Nettle (Urtica dioica) extract 5:1 equal to 3700 mg dry herb 740.00 mg 0% Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) extract 5:1 equal to 3000 mg dry herb 600.00 mg 0% Citrus fibres (rich in pectic polysaccharides) 600.00 mg 0% Psyllium (semen isphagula) 600.00 mg 0% Asparagus (asparagus officinalis) extract 5:1 equal to 2550 mg dry herb 510.00 mg 0% Globe Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) extract 13.5:1 equal to 5990 mg dry herb 444.00 mg 0% Celery Seed (Apium graveolens) extract 5:1 equal to 1650 mg dry herb 330.00 mg 0% Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) extract 7:1 equal to 875 mg dry herb 125.00 mg 0% ** Daily Value (DV) not established
Do not exceed stated dose. Do not take if you are pregnant or breast feeding. If you are taking any prescribed medicines consult your GP. New Nordic
Montreal, Quebec, H3E 1S5
- Health Notes
Colon Cancer PreventionColon Cancer Prevention
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Supplement Amount WhyGreen Tea Drink a few cups per day [2 stars]The polyphenols in green tea leaves may help protect against colon cancer.Selenium 200 mcg daily [2 stars]Selenium appears to protect against a variety of cancers, including colon cancer.Calcium Refer to label instructions [1 star]Through a variety of mechanisms, calcium appears to reduce precancerous conditions in the colon and the risk of colon cancer.Conjugated Linoleic Acid Refer to label instructions [1 star]Preliminary and test tube studies indicate that CLA may reduce the risk of colon cancer.Fish Oil Refer to label instructions [1 star]Several studies have found that supplementing with fish oil reduces markers for colon cancer risk.Folic Acid 400 mcg daily [1 star]Folic acid appears to help prevent colon cancer, especially in people with ulcerative colitis and people who drink alcohol.Glutathione Refer to label instructions [1 star]Preliminary research suggests that glutathione might have anticancer activity by binding with cancer-causing agents or by acting as an antioxidant.Vitamin C Refer to label instructions [1 star]Vitamin C has been shown to improve precancerous conditions in at-risk people.Vitamin D Refer to label instructions [1 star]People who take vitamin D supplements have been shown to be at low risk for colon cancer.Vitamin E Refer to label instructions [1 star]In most preliminary reports, vitamin E appears to protect against cancer.
About This Condition
Colon cancer is a malignancy in the colon. It is characterized by unregulated replication of cells creating tumors, with the possibility of some of the cells spreading to other sites (metastasis).
This article includes a discussion of studies that have assessed whether certain vitamins, minerals, herbs, or other dietary ingredients offered in dietary or herbal supplements may be beneficial in connection with the reduction of risk of developing colon cancer.
This information is provided solely to aid consumers in discussing supplements with their healthcare providers. It is not advised, nor is this information intended to advocate, promote, or encourage self prescription of these supplements for cancer risk reduction or treatment. Furthermore, none of this information should be misconstrued to suggest that dietary or herbal supplements can or should be used in place of conventional anticancer approaches or treatments.
It should be noted that certain studies referenced below, indicating the potential usefulness of a particular dietary ingredient or dietary or herbal supplement in connection with the reduction of risk of colon cancer, are preliminary evidence only. Some studies suggest an association between high blood or dietary levels of a particular dietary ingredient with a reduced risk of developing colon cancer. Even if such an association were established, this does not mean that dietary supplements containing large amounts of the dietary ingredient will necessarily have a cancer risk reduction effect.
In Western countries, cancers of the colon and rectum account for more new cancer cases each year than any other site except the lung. Although the genetic susceptibility is low, some families have a predisposition for colon cancer that usually occurs before age 40. Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease as well as familial polyposis, are disorders that, to varying degrees, increase the risk of colon cancer.
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