Love Your Liver, Take JuvaPower

0 February 15, 2011 - Archive

Young Living JuvaPower Dietary SupplementGary Young had great insight when he formulated Young Living’s JuvaPower®. In fact, the supplement turned out to be so effective that both he and his wife, Mary, have continued to take it every single day.

When developing this product, Gary specifically targeted the liver, an organ that often takes the brunt of a busy lifestyle. The liver is one of the most important organs in the body, as its main job is to filter and purify the blood coming from the digestive tract before circulating it to the rest of the body. It also detoxifies chemicals and converts carbohydrates to energy, storing that energy in the form of glycogen and fats. As it does, the liver secretes bile that ends up in the intestines.

JuvaPower helps combat the negative effects of a modern lifestyle by providing many of the world’s best liver-supporting, nutrient-rich foods: rice seed bran, spinach leaf, tomato fruit, beet root, flax seed bran, oat seed bran, broccoli floret/stalk, cucumber fruit, dill seed, barley sprouted seed, and many other natural ingredients, as well as Young Living’s essential oils anise (Pimpinella anisum) seed and fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) seed.

When these whole-food fibers are consumed, the body generates this food power to optimize normal liver function and to promote healthy intestinal cleansing. Essentially, your body not only gently cleanses, it also replenishes and fortifies with these amazing nutrients.

The most prevalent ingredients in JuvaPower, rice seed bran and spinach powder, offer great benefits in and of themselves. Rice seed bran has been known to have tocotrienol rich fraction (TRF) that can boost the activity of liver enzymes that clear toxic substance from the liver. In addition, spinach is one of the highest known antioxidant foods with an extremely high score on the ORAC scale. In each serving, you receive a hearty 2.7 grams of rice seed bran and 0.81 mg of spinach powder.

Try this tip: Take the majority of your JuvaPower dosage in the evening and let these nutrients go to work for you overnight. You’ll discover just how beneficial a happy, healthy liver can be in your life. We’d love to hear of your success!

For more information on JuvaPower, visit www.youngliving.com.

—Jennifer
Associate Product Manager, Nutrition

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  • Steve

    Is this product gluten-free ?

    • Young Living

      Hello Steve, JuvaPower® is not gluten free. It contains gluten from barley sprouted seed. We apologize for any inconvenience. If you have additional concerns, we recommend speaking to your healthcare provider. Thanks for stopping by!

  • Etta

    My auntie has cirrhosis, may I know what kind of EO or supplement can support her?

    • Young Living

      Hi Etta, Unfortunately due to very strict FDA regulations we are unable to answer your question. Young Living’s products are intended only for the use listed on individual labels—either for topical/aromatic use or as a dietary supplement. Please always refer to the label for usage directions. Because Young Living’s products are not labeled to be used as drugs, they are not intended for use in the treatment or cure of disease or any abnormal function of the body, including ailments or injuries. Therefore, Young Living cannot provide advice or recommendation for products to address any type of disease, ailment, or injury. We advise that you consult with a medical professional on your specific issue.

  • Heike Boecken

    Hello
    A friend of mine ( who just signed up for the starter kit) has diagnosed non alcoholic liver cirrhosis, any recommandation how to support and strengthen the liver, with supplenents abd oils? Any experience with juva powder in similar situations?
    Thank you

    • Young Living

      Hi Heike, Young Living’s products are intended only for the use listed on individual labels—either for topical/aromatic use or as a dietary supplement. Please always refer to the label for usage directions. Because Young Living’s products are not labeled to be used as drugs, they are not intended for use in the treatment or cure of disease or any abnormal function of the body, including ailments or injuries. Therefore, Young Living cannot provide advice or recommendation for products to address any type of disease, ailment, or injury. We advise that they consult with a medical professional on their specific issue.

  • Jessica

    I am wondering if JuvaPower is safe to take while nursing my son?

    • Young Living

      Hi Jessica, We encourage you to consult with your health care provider to ensure that your infant and yourself would not have any sensitivities to essential oils or essential oil products when breastfeeding. It should be okay to use some oils topically; however, we do not encourage use of essential oils internally until you have ended the breast-feeding stages of your infant’s life. If you proceed to use the oils, use them in very small amounts and use them in locations that would not come into contact with your infant (unless otherwise directed by your health care provider). Thanks for stopping by!

  • Tina

    What is the difference between this and Juva Spice

    • Young Living

      Hi Tina! There are three ingredients that are different between the JuvaPower and JuvaSpice products. JuvaPower contains the following additional three ingredients: Cayenne pepper, potassium chloride, and Real Salt. Hope this is helpful!

  • Pam

    I can’t stand the taste of this powder and I’ve tried it according tot he label directions. Do you know if it would be effective taking in capsules?

    • Young Living

      Hi Pam! It is okay to take JuvaPower in capsules if you prefer.

  • Lynn

    Because I have liver disease, I have been doing some research on which oils are beneficial and which are harmful to the liver. Both anise and fennel were on a list of oils dangerous for a compromised liver, yet they are in this supplement. Comments? Thanks!

    • Young Living

      Hi Lynn! Young Living’s products are intended only for the use listed on individual labels—either for topical/aromatic use or as a dietary supplement. Please always refer to the label for usage directions. Because Young Living’s products are not labeled to be used as drugs, they are not intended for use in the treatment or cure of disease or any abnormal function of the body, including ailments or injuries. Therefore, Young Living cannot provide advice or recommendation for products to address any type of disease, ailment, or injury. We advise that you consult with a medical professional on your specific issue.

      If you would like further information on Young Living’s Seed to Seal process, the quality of our essential oils, recommended uses, or any further information on any of Young Living products, please visit YoungLiving.com.

  • Very interesting! Thanks for posting. How do we consume it?

    • Young Living

      Hi Mirzda! Use JuvaPower™ according to the label directions which state, Sprinkle 1 tablespoon on food (e.g., baked potato, salad, rice, eggs) or add to 4-8 oz. purified water, rice milk, or almond milk. Not to replace balanced meals. Use JuvaPower 3 times daily for maximum benefits. Hope this is helpful!

  • Just one potential problem about taking the Juvapower at night: many patients of mine have experienced “bad dreams” that disrupt their sleep. I usually suggest they take it in the morning and at noon rather than at night. Perhaps, once they have somewhat cleared the liver, they could switch to the night or include a dose at night.

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