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Fight Inflammation Big Time

The unique combination of the ingredients in the Inner Healing Caps help soothe inflammation, reverse the signs of skin aging, strenghten your bones, improve lung function, increase brain health and more.

The formula contains Turmeric, a beautiful yellow compound critical to your body’s, your brain’s and your skin’s defense against inflammation. When inflammation is reduced you are healthier, live longer, and have better looking and younger appearing skin. The Inner Healing Caps also have Milk Thistle for a healthy liver and NAC (N-Aceytl Cysteine) for younger cells.

Never before has one capsule done so much!

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End Aging As We Know It!

This fantastic supplement soothes inflammation, detoxifies your liver, stops diabetes, prevents bone loss, maximizes your immune system, and even gives your body the exact right nutrients it needs to turn back your skin’s aging clock.

My latest research and investigation also reveals that the combination of ingredients in Inner Healing Caps may help to destroy plaques and tangles (seen in patients with Alzheimer's) in the brain, as well as reduce the inflammatory process creating a dynamic and secure foundation for brain fitness.

Other Benefits of the Inner Healing Caps:

  • It’s great for the health of your cells
  • It will rejuvenate your mind and memory
  • It’s amazing for the cleansing of your entire body
  • It helps you in your fight to lower your cholesterol levels
  • It enhances the infection-fighting power of your immune system
  • It’s terrific to support the all-important detoxifying abilities of your liver

Medical research is abundant with exciting studies unveiling the tremendous healing power of NAC. NAC, in the Inner Healing Caps formula, acts to increase the amount of glutathione, the master antioxidant that keeps both your skin, your organs and your brain ageless. It’s your most abundant and important antioxidant protective system.

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References


Milk Thistle

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N-Acetyl L-Cysteine

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Tumeric

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