Take care your liver !!!

Posted on 2011/06/17. Filed under: FEBICO Nutraceuticals |

The liver is also known as a silent organ, because the majority of infections are asymptomatic until the hepatitis outbreak. Global Overview: 80% of primary liver cancer is caused by chronic hepatitis B. Each year, about 1.2 million people die from hepatitis B-related chronic liver diseases.

Asia: This region carries the highest incidence of Hepatitis B, carriers of Hepatitis B accounts to about 10 percent of the total population, or more than 100 million people. In South East Asia, each year about 25 million deaths are caused from liver diseases, and there are many more patients who suffer from long-term liver infection and diseases.

China: The country has the highest ranking with people infected with HBV, about 120 million people (about 1 out of 12 people is infected), and around 30 million people suffer from chronic type Hepatitis B. 

Taiwan: Liver cancer is ranked number 2 in the top 10 cancer caused deaths. Every year, 7 to 8 thousand people die due to lung cancer, and Hepatitis B carriers is calculated at 3 million people (average of 1 out of every 7 people is a carrier).

Significant difference of micronutrients found in Hepatitis B carriers and healthy people

Clinical studies show that the micronutrients status changes in carriers or patients of viral hepatitis, such as the rise in oxidative stress, the rise in percentage of heavy metals and microelements. These symptoms reduce the body’s immune, anti-oxidize and anti-virus abilities, which therefore, affect the cure rate.

Related studies show that, carotenoids, folate, vitamin B2, vitamin B12, vitamin C, iron, zinc, copper, selenium and other micronutrients have immune ability, and also affect the patient’s susceptibility for infectious diseases and cure rate.

Therefore, Hepatitis B patients can take supplement externally to replenish the micronutrients status, which may decrease side affects of Hepatitis B therapy, also improving the cure rate.

FEBICO Bpogen Capsules

Bpogen is the latest product developed from bio-technically developed spirulina. It not only contains high purity of phycocyanin (CPC), zinc, selenium, chromium, it is also capable of replenishing carotenoids, folate, and other micronutrients. It can effectively regulate the immune function, enhance anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-virus abilities, thus reducing side effects of Hepatitis B drug treatment and enhancing the cure rate of Hepatitis B treatment.

Bpogen has proven from experiments that, the special anti-oxidant ingredient known as phycocyanin is capable of reducing carbon tetrachloride (CCI4) and other chemical reagents ability to bio-transform, and prevent damage to the internals from the toxic elements created during its process, it can also effectively reduce GOT and GPT. In addition, Bpogen also focused research and clinical studies on chronic Hepatitis B patients. During the process of medical treatment for chronic Hepatitis B patients, Bpogen was applied, and the study shows that the anti-oxidant enzymes (Zn/CU-SOD, Se-dependent GPx, GR) found in patients have improved significantly, suggesting that viral clearance and live function improvement are significant. Bpogen can further help reduce liver total lipids and triglycerides, and increase good cholesterol (high density cholesterol, LDL) levels, reduce liver and cardiovascular burden. Therefore, an adequate usage of FEBICO Bpogen capsules, is the solution to building up strength, reducing fatigue, and good circulation.

To know more about Bpogen , please go http://www.febico.com/pro_febico_Bpogen%20Capsules_en.html

 

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