Is Surbex Z harmful for the liver?

In the past, our elderly probably believed 100 percent to any health practitioners and advice without any objection. However, in this current era, patients are able to just ask Mr Google and with a click of a button, they can get access to much information relating to medicine. The downside of this is patients tend to self-diagnose and create their own treatment without any doctor’s supervision. Some are even scared to take prescribed medicine as they fear it would damage the body. In this article, we will be discussing whether Surbex Z is harmful for the liver.

Before going further, a proper short introduction of Surbex Z will help gain more insight. Surbex Z is a dietary supplement consisting of vitamin B complex, vitamin C, vitamin E and zinc. These ingredients are essential for the body to function properly. It helps improve the immune system, development of brain and nerve, protect from heart diseases and improve energy level.

If you ever wonder if Surbex Z is harmful for the liver, rest assured, it does not harm the liver at all. The reasons lie in the way the supplements work in the body. Vitamin B complex is accumulation of 8 essential types of vitamin B which are B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9 and B12 which have varied functions and enzymes for the body. This vitamin B complex and vitamin C is considered a water-soluble vitamin, which is excreted through the renal system and urine. Meanwhile, vitamin E and zinc is excreted through faeces. When we eat or take supplements, the contained vitamins will be metabolised by the liver and the liver will store most of the vitamins especially the fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamin A, D, E and K. It is a normal process occurring in the body and does not cause liver damage.

Liver damages or diseases are detected through the patient’s symptoms and series of laboratory tests. Patients would complain abdominal pain specifically on the right upper side of the body, nauseous, vomiting, loss of appetite, skin bruises, yellowing of the eye and skin and dark colour urine or pale colour stool. Blood test results will show elevated liver enzyme or anaemia and urinalysis or urine test result will show presence of bilirubin due to liver failure to break it down normally.

This shows there is no harm to the liver from consumptions of Surbex Z as this supplement has been well regulated and the ingredients dosage is in concordance of daily human body nutrients needs.  As a matter of fact, ingredients in Surbex Z have been proven in many researches and clinical trials to help people with liver diseases. Vitamin B especially vitamin B6, B9 or folate and B12 are known to help reverse the effect due to liver cirrhosis such nerve damage. It also helps in reducing the fat causing damage to the liver which can lead to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Alcohol in drinks can greatly injure the liver especially when drinking excessively. Since the level of vitamin B is low in alcoholics, vitamin B supplements are needed to prevent themselves from alcoholic fatty liver disease (AFL). Deficiency of zinc causes worsening symptoms in patients with liver diseases because the liver enzyme could not work well in absence of enough zinc. Fibrosis or scarring of the liver will get worse in patients with chronic liver disease due to low levels of zinc caused by the disease itself.  Zinc helps to reduce the risk of a deadly liver cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma by improving the liver function and inhibiting further development of cancer.


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