November 9, 2021
From Vegan Life

DR.VEGAN® – the UK’s ground-breaking range of vegan vitamins and supplements – has launched Debloat & Detox which offers a new, affordable, natural solution to effectively relieve bloating, eliminate digestive discomfort and detoxify the liver.

Almost one in three people in the UK say they suffer from IBS, and four in 10 people regularly suffer digestion issues.  DR.VEGAN® Debloat & Detox provides clinically studied ingredients in optimal doses to eliminate bloating and combat symptoms of IBS.

Launched in October to DR.VEGAN’s existing customers, it is receiving rave reviews. Lucy says “Effective after only a week of taking it! I eat healthily, have a vegetarian diet but suffer from bloating.  My stomach has flattened and there is definitely a noticeable difference”. Christopher says: “I’ve only been taking Debloat & Detox for a few days but the difference is outstanding! I have lost a lot of the bloat already and no longer feel like a balloon that is about to burst”.

Created by expert nutritionists, it contains a unique blend of botanicals and amino acids, including an optimal level of the widely studied Milk Thistle and Silymarin with L-Glutamine and effective botanicals, including Fennel[1], Artichoke[2], Dandelion[3], Schisandra[4] and Burdock[5].

DR.VEGAN Debloat & Detox contains Silymarin, derived from Milk Thistle extract, as well as Milk Thistle powder. According to DR.VEGAN® consultant nutritionist Shona Wilkinson the ingredients chosen are unique in this blend.

“Compared to standard Milk Thistle formulas, we’ve added the essential Silymarin from Milk Thistle extract, as well as Milk Thistle powder.  Most standard milk thistle supplements don’t use this and it’s a common – but little known problem – that unless you have the extract providing Silymarin, you won’t get the benefits people often expect from milk thistle.  Dandelion is a great addition in this formula, helping with any fluid retention, and Artichoke is a prebiotic promoting a healthy gut as well as a source of fibre to reduce digestive issues.”


[1] Fennel Seed – research here which concludes “… study suggests that T. ammi and F. vulgare seed (Fennel seed) extracts could contribute as a highly significant bioresource of antioxidants to be used in our day-to-day life and in food and pharmaceutical industry.
[2] Artichoke – research here: “..results obtained demonstrated that artichoke extract exhibited significant preventive protective effect against acute alcohol-induced liver injury. 
[3] Dandelion – article here on Medical News Today
[4] Schisandra –Research here and here
[5] Burdock root – Widely clinically tested Research here