In this pathway, glucuric acid (made from glucose, I think) binds to the toxin, and then the pair is excreted back to the gut in the bile.
There are some bacteria that make an enzyme (beta-glucuronidase) that breaks this bond. Suddenly, the toxin is free again, and so it can be reabsorbed. Then it needs to be detoxified. Again. These bacteria would be classified as BAAAD bacteria, and so probiotics are VERY beneficial here.
There is a substance, calcium D-glucurate, which inhibit that enzyme - so the toxin isn't released. It's found naturally in some foods like apples, grapefruit, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, lettuce, and alfalfa. And it can be purchased as a supplement.