Supplements: Product for joint and liver conditions could be ‘toxic’ – experts warn

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The researcher continued: “When we gave the supplement to mice, we expected they would become healthier.

“But instead we found the opposite.

“We found that when SAMe breaks down in the body, it produces very toxic molecules, including adenine which causes gout, kidney disease and liver disease.”

Fustin noted that while the study was conducted on mice, these results were also relevant for humans.



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