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How to treat your liver

  • Date : 10 Jan 2016

HOW TO TREAT YOUR LIVER

You feel the need to offer him a good rest? Here are some suggestions that might help.


SIGNS OF INTOXICATION LIVER
In fact, any health problems may indicate that the liver is affected to one degree or another, because it is the organ that purifies the blood, which, in turn, is responsible for feeding the cells. If the liver is not functioning at its peak, its filtration power will be lessened, and toxins can circulate in the body.

BENEFITS germination
Young shoots (alfalfa, radish, sunflower, buckwheat, etc.) and germination in general tend to neutralize toxins that are found in the liver and give it the strength to recover. When the liver is really bad shape, it is recommended to provide it as light and pure food as possible, full of chlorophyll. The juice from green vegetables organic homemade consumed immediately extracts are valuable tools to promote self-healing. They produce very little toxins, leaving time to regenerate liver.

THE CARE OF HIS GUT TO HAVE A HEALTHY LIVER
Do not forget that when the liver cleans, he empties its waste in the intestines, which are responsible for evacuating. If they are malfunctioning, the toxins back again to the liver. Thorough cleaning of the intestine using a specific cure (a good naturopath might guide you) and some colonic irrigations administered by a specialized therapist could provide you a great wellness.

LARGE DAMAGING THE LIVER
Condoms agents, nicotine, alcohol, gaseous poisons (eg gases emitted by automobiles, intestinal gas, noxious gases found in poorly ventilated locations such as office towers, etc.), touch poisons (those that absorb through the skin in contact with injuring rusty nails, for example), blood (those transmitted by blood), oral poisons (transmitted through kissing, in particular), plant poisons ( eg, poisonous mushrooms, some irritating spices, etc.), metal poisons (eg mercury amalgams, lead, copper, tar, etc.) fried and refined foods generally tired liver, particularly if it is already weakened by an inherited condition or merely by the passage of years.

 

HEALTH EXPRESS

CAUTION TO TOO GRANDEQUANTITÉ MATIÈRS OF FAT!
Be Careful of the fats we consume, and all trance fats should be avoided completely. The best fats are those from plant foods themselves, like avocados, nuts and seeds. Even vegetable quality oils, cold pressed, should be consumed with great moderation, ensuring that the majority of them contain omega. However, watch out for foods high in fat, because even the best are heavy for the liver.

HERBS FOR STOMACH BURNS RELIEF
If you suffer from heartburn after a heavy meal you made some very bad food combinations, or if you have high acidity in the stomach due to a minor problem, some herbs like bark red elm or marshmallow, dandelion, meadowsweet and ginger may relieve you greatly. But first, a well balanced diet including plenty of sprouted plants would be the best remedy to prevent this type of problem.
PULSES GIVE YOU GAS?
Here is a little trick that might help you: soak overnight in pure water, then discard the soaking water and let them simmer gently, adding a good piece of kombu seaweed (available in stores health food), which will help them cook faster while providing a lot of minerals.

 

If you feel stressed and even a little panicked, it seems the Rescue Remedy, makes essence of Bach flower, could help you to find peace and inner tranquility.

Turmeric: hepato-protective action, stimulates the formation of bile

Ginger: contains several protective substances of the liver.

Artichoke: (leaves and stems), ideal to strengthen a tired liver

Dandelion: leaves are diuretics, roots are beneficial against the serious malfunction of the liver

Sesame (seeds), rebalances the liver

Chamomile: liver cleaner.

Rosemary: liver cleaner

Linear: heal the liver.

Young Milk Thistle leaves to your salad mix with turmeric and ginger as dressing. What a blessing to our liver.