Hello wonderful community
I am taking a supplement called Calcium d Glucarate.
How does it work?
Glucuronidation is the liver’s normal process of attaching a glucuronic acid molecule to potentially harmful substances to detoxify and eliminate them from the body.* During phase II liver detoxification, certain hormones and various fat-soluble toxins will undergo glucuronidation and be excreted through the bile or urine. Calcium D-Glucarate helps this elimination process to occur uninterrupted.* In short, it Calcium D-Glucarate’s detoxifying and chemopreventive properties are attributable to its ability to increase glucuronidation, and the accompanying excretion of harmful compounds.* It does so by inhibiting the enzyme beta-glucuronidase.*
Do any of you have an idea if it can interact with Rapamycin and cause it to eliminate faster?