Malic Acid (Food Grade)
Benefits of Malic Acid
The malic acid in apples, tart cherries, and cranberries softens even the crumbliest cholesterol gallstones for smooth passage in liver cleansing, according to Cleanse-Me-Healthy.com. About 80 percent of all gallstones are said to be cholesterol stones.
Dissolving liver stones and gallstones through the use of malic acid allows for more bile production and bile flow, which in turn lowers the amount of cholesterol and fat in the liver and elsewhere in the body. The production of bile is the main way through which fat and cholesterol are eliminated from the body, and an increase of bile will help reverse fatty liver disease.
Cleansing the liver and gallbladder using malic acid helps to restore homeostasis, balance weight and set the precondition for the liver and the rest of the body to heal itself. The liver flush involving malic acid is also one of the best precautionary measures you can take to protect yourself against nearly every kind of illness, including those involving the liver,
Malic acid plays a vital role in improving overall muscle performance, reversing muscle fatigue following exercise, reducing tiredness and poor energy levels, as well as improving mental clarity. These actions can make it a beneficial treatment for sufferers of fibromyalgia and CFS (both these conditions involve muscle pain, joint tenderness and low energy levels).
In addition to increasing energy levels, malic acid is also an effective metal chelator. This means it is able to bind to potentially toxic metals that may have accumulated in the body, such as aluminum or lead, and inactivate them. As a result, the risk of toxicity is considerably reduced. Heavy metal overload has been linked to serious problems like liver disease and brain disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.