Imagine waking up every morning completely refreshed and full of energy. You can feel this way every day by getting enough rest and giving your body what it needs to stay healthy.

While you sleep, your body gets rid of toxins, repairs cells and restores energy. It relies on your liver to detox your body every night. A healthy liver cleanses your blood, removes toxins and even breaks down food for energy. An unhealthy liver can be the cause of all sorts of problems though.

Did you know over 100 million people in the United States have some form of liver disease? [1] If you’re having health problems it could point to a damaged liver. We created Detox Complete Night to support your hard working liver and boost your health while you sleep.

Many of our customers have questions about their liver health. If you’ve ever wondered how well your liver is working this article is for you.


What are the 4 warning signs of a damaged liver?


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The scary thing is your liver could be damaged without you even knowing it. So it’s important to know the warning signs of a damaged liver.

Warning signs of a damaged liver include:

  1. Jaundice or yellowing of the eyes and skin.
  2. Lower leg swelling due to excess fluid.
  3. A painful distended abdomen.
  4. Confusion or forgetfulness due to toxin build up.

Liver failure is a life-threatening emergency. So if you’re dealing with any of these issues, you should seek medical attention. The good news is you can reverse the symptoms of a damaged liver. One way you can improve your liver health is by flushing it out.

How do you flush out your liver?


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Your liver removes all sorts of nasty toxins from your body. So it makes sense to cleanse your liver from time to time. Flushing your liver out comes down to three basic things:

  1. Limit alcohol intake.
  2. Hydrate your body.
  3. Eat a nutritious diet.

Limiting alcohol intake is crucial to detoxing your liver. Try to drink little to no alcohol when flushing out your liver.

The next step to a clean liver is drinking plenty of water. The type of water you choose to drink matters. Unfiltered water can have heavy metals and toxins that make your liver work harder. So be sure to drink only filtered water when flushing out your liver.

The next step to flushing out your liver is making a few changes to your diet. Avoid processed foods filled with refined sugar, additives and preservatives. Instead eat an organic diet with fruit, vegetables and meat.

Even inflammatory foods like gluten and dairy can force your liver to work harder. Try giving these foods a break when flushing out your liver.

It’s true, you may need to stop eating some of your favorite foods while detoxing your liver. Don’t worry though, you can detox naturally while eating plenty of delicious foods!

Here’s a list of foods you can enjoy that support a healthy liver:

  • Citrus fruit (grapefruit, oranges, lemon, lime)
  • Blueberries and cranberries
  • Beets
  • Avocado
  • Garlic
  • Leafy greens (spinach and cabbage)
  • Cruciferous veggies (broccoli, brussell sprouts, kale)
  • Nuts (almonds, walnuts, Brazil nuts)
  • Fatty fish (salmon, trout, sardines, tuna)
  • Green tea

You may be wondering about other ways to detox your liver. If you do a quick google search, you’ll see there are plenty of detox options. Some of these “detoxes” don’t help your liver at all and can even damage it!

So, it’s important to research the ingredients in the liver detox you choose. Look for a liver detox that has all-natural ingredients. Our Detox Complete Night supplement contains all-natural ingredients to boost your liver health. One of the best ingredients in any liver detox is milk thistle.


What does milk thistle do for your body?


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The milk thistle plant has been used for over 2,000 years. This powerful herb is well-known for its liver protecting properties. In fact, several studies have shown how milk thistle can help your liver.

The active component of milk thistle is called silymarin. Silymarin is most well-known for its antioxidant and chemoprotective effects on the liver. It’s frequently prescribed and self-prescribed as a hepatoprotective (liver-protecting) drug. [2]

One study focused on how silymarin improves liver function. [3] 106 patients with alcoholic liver disease were divided in half. Group A were given silymarin for 4 weeks. Group B received a placebo. 

Both groups started the study with high AST and ALT levels (liver enzymes). These levels show how well the liver is working. Higher levels can point to liver disease or other types of sickness.

The results? Group A members experienced a large decrease in both AST and ALT levels. While group B’s levels stayed the same. 

Another study looked at how silymarin affects liver disease. 116 patients with alcoholic hepatitis participated in the study. The patients were divided into 2 groups. The first group received a placebo and the second group were given 420 mg of silymarin each day.

The study lasted for 3 months and the results showed something incredible. Silymarin completely altered the course of the disease in the second group. [3]

3 months is a long time… how do I detox my liver ASAP?


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Improving your liver health is not a quick fix, it takes time to make your liver healthy. The good news is it doesn’t need to take 3 months, remember the patients in that study already had liver disease. You can detox a healthy liver in a fraction of the time!

Try our 21 day Detox Complete Night formula to detox your liver fast. It has all sorts of great ingredients like milk thistle to cleanse your liver and keep it healthy.

Don’t wait to give your liver an all-natural detox. Order your bottle of Detox Complete Night today!



[1] Liverfoundation. (2022). How many people have liver disease?

[2] Valková, K., Dúranová, H., Bilčíková, J., Habán, M. (2020). Milk Thistle (Silybum Marianum): a valuable medicinal plant with several therapeutic purposes. Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences. doi: 10.15414/jmbfs.2020.9.4.836-843

[3] Pradhan, S. C., Girish, C. (2006). Hepatoprotective herbal drug, silymarin from experimental pharmacology to clinical medicine. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 124(5), 491-504.