Recovery from alcohol abuse

November 2012, Xtend-Life Expert

Summary

Anyone recovering from long term alcohol abuse needs a steady source of vital nutrients supporting general health as well as those organs and systems that are most affected. A solid foundation for this can be put together with a product from out Total Balance range, an Omega 3 fish oil product, and Kiwi-Klenz. While this in itself will provide an exceptionally strong combination, specific needs may also need to be catered for with one or more of our specialty supplements.

We've got a question asking us to recommend the best products to support recovery from long term alcohol abuse. Excessive drinking can cause major health problems. Every situation is different and we would encourage everyone to seek advice from a qualified medical professional, but numerous studies have confirmed that alcohol affects all major systems and organs of the body including:

  • immune system
  • bones and muscles
  • brain and nervous system
  • eyes and hearing
  • heart and blood pressure
  • digestive system
  • liver and kidneys
  • mental health
  • sexual and reproductive system (both men and women)
  • skin and hair

In other words, anyone recovering from long term alcohol abuse needs a steady source of vital nutrients supporting general health as well as those organs and systems that are most affected. A solid foundation for this can be put together with a product from out Total Balance range, an Omega 3 fish oil product, and Kiwi-Klenz. While this in itself will provide an exceptionally strong combination, specific needs may also need to be catered for with one or more of our specialty supplements.

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