TUDCA is a bile acid naturally formed in the body that supports the digestion and utilization of fats and oils and demonstrates neuroprotective benefits*.
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Supports Digestion

Liver Support

Neuroprotective Support

What is TUDCA?

TUDCA (or tauroursodeoxycholic acid) is a supporting bile acid integral to the digestion of fats/oils and detoxification of the gut and liver*. At the cellular level, TUDCA transports helpful molecules into the cell and helps to protect from cell degradation and apoptosis*. It also assists in clearing cellular debris from the mitochondria and cell membrane*. In the microbiome, it improves gut bacteria diversity. It has also been shown to support eye health*.

Improve Your Bile Function: The Importance of Bile Flow for Optimal Health

Medical theories dating back to the time of Hippocrates have focused on the importance of balancing the “four humors”: blood, phlegm, black bile, and “yellow bile.” When these four fluids fall out of balance, it is said that illness is imminent. Among these four humors, the importance of yellow bile is often neglected. So what is this important “yellow bile”, and where does it come from? It all starts with your liver and gallbladder.


How to Improve Fat Digestion and Absorption

While fat has been villainized in the past, fat digestion is actually a very important bodily function. Still, many people suffer from an inability to absorb fat properly. Let’s look a little closer at fat digestion, fat absorption, and symptoms and causes of fat malabsorption.

Benefits of TUDCA

Digestive Support
TUDCA provides digestive support for those who may not be producing enough bile on their own.* Bile in the small intestine is very important for the digestion and absorption of fats and nutrients from the foods you eat. Bile also breaks down foods, cholesterol, and destroys some harmful bacteria.

Brain Health 
TUDCA acts as a mitochondria stabilizer, and antiapoptotic agent (inhibiting apoptosis) in neurodegenerative disease including, Alzheimers, Parkinson’s, ALS, and Huntington’s Disease due to its neuroprotective benefits*.

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