Livatone Plus Reviews

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0.0 / 5.0
Derek Peterson
By Derek Peterson
April 21, 2011

Livatone Plus hasn’t been around quite as long as some. But its predecessor, Livatone, has been hyped u for years as the ultimate way to cleanse your liver, improve digestion, and improve overall health. Livatone Plus is just the “upgraded” version of that, promoting the same basic results, but better.

According to ads, Livatone Plus supports both phase 1 and phase 2 detoxification, with the idea that you can get even more cleansing benefits without the side effects. All of this is certainly possible. Will you see the results? Keep reading to find out.

Livatone Plus Ingredients

Livatone Plus ingredients include Milk thistle seed extract, Vitamin C, D-alpha Tocopheryl succinate (vitamin E), Thiamine hydrochloride (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Nicotinamide (B3), Pyroxidine hydrochloride, Folic acid, Cyanocobalamin (B12), Biotin, Calcium pantothenate, Zinc, Selenium, Taurine, Phosphatidylcholine, Soya lecithin, Broccoli powder, L-cysteine, HCI, L-glutamine, Glycine, Inositol, Natural carotenoids, Camellia sinensis (green tea) extract, and L-glutathione.


• Has plenty of essential vitamins and minerals
• Does not have a lot of harmful substances
• Uses the at burning green tea
• Has the cleansing milk thistle extract


• Does not have a real cleansing formula
• Can still cause caffeine related side effects
• Most of the ingredients are nothing more than vitamins
• $40 price tag for a big multivitamin
• Does not have a money back guarantee

Should You Use Livatone Plus?

Livatone Plus may seem appealing, at least at first. But truth be told, Livatone Plus does not actually have the cleansing approaches that would prove any of what it says to be right or reliable. Livatone Plus can say all it wants. But I suspect that the original Livatone was either the same or might have even been better.

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