Life exposes us to toxins in our environment and in our food. To help us deal with that constant influx, our livers do a non-stop, bang-up job of housing nutrients, destroying old cells, removing toxins and breaking down other unwanted items so that the body can then metabolize them.
However, the liver itself can get tired and then malfunction. It’s our job to help it do its job better. If reflux is a constant problem, or constipation. If you struggle with losing weight, hypertension and mood swings, or if your eyes show jaundice and your urine is dark, if any of these things are a factor in your day to day health, you could have a sluggish, toxic and weakening liver.
Besides medical intervention, you can consider some dietary moves that can assist the situation. A liver cleanse that involves a big influx of fresh and healthy vegetables, in the form of juice can effectively refresh and reinvigorate your liver. You will want to eliminate nitrate and nitrite rich foods and overly processed foods. Other useful moves, up the potassium rich foods you consume, try a coffee enema, and try supplements of liver-friendly milk-thistle, dandelion and turmeric.
- The liver in the human body has to work hard, replacing worn out blood cells, removing toxins and even store-housing some nutrients.
- If you are constipated, easily tired, moody, prone to acid back-up, or experience yellow eyes, or dark urine, you may have a sluggish, or toxic liver.
- Besides seeking medical intervention, there are natural roads to pursue, including consuming high-potassium foods and herbs and drinking lots of vegetable juices.
“Cirrhosis occurs when scar tissue replaces the healthy cells in the liver. As the scar tissue continues to grow, the liver’s ability to function is diminished. Liver failure is the next biological step and occurs when the scar tissue has created so much damage that it no longer functions.”
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