Optimal Liver Support

  • Optimize Liver Function
  • Improve Overall Health
  • Aid Glucose Management
  • Promote Eye Health



We put a lot of stress on our livers. Even eating regular, healthy food I normal, the liver is taxed. That’s why it’s the only organ that is self-regenerating. Some, and we’re not pointing fingers, tax the liver more than others with poor food choices, alcohol, drugs, and other substances. Over time, it becomes harder and harder to stay healthy and fit because the liver is responsible for processing literally everything we consume. Once that effect is diminished, we’re playing from behind. TUDCA, tauroursodeoxycholic acid, is a bile salt with profound effects.

Bile salts are natural compounds that facilitate digestion and nutrient absorption. They also help eliminate wastes. Supplementing with TUDCA and other bile salts have been found to have pronounced effects on digestion, organ health, and toxin elimination. TUDCA™ by Nutra Innovations provides a potent dose of TUDCA with BioPerine for enhanced absorption to help you stay healthy and fit.




A water soluble bile salt with potential to improve overall health

  • Studies have observed improvement of liver enzymes following TUDCA supplementation
  • Helps with glucose management
  • May reduce endoplasmic reticulum stress


BioPerine is made from black pepper extract with a high concentration of piperine.

  • Piperine significantly increases the bioavailability of some dietary supplements



Q: What is the best way to use TUDCA?

A: Take one capsule with food up to 2 times daily


Q: Can I use TUDCA with any other supplements?

A: Yes, stack TUDCA with Armor-XT for total body health.




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