Liver Rite

The liver is one of the body’s most essential organs, filtering blood and metabolizing nutrients in order to keep you healthy and alive. The liver is our natural filtration center. Everyday our bodies are faced with numerous different toxins. We are faced with air pollutants like

smoke, paint fumes, micro organisms, pet dander, and mold on an almost daily basis. We are also faced with toxins and pollutants that we sometimes ingest. Things like BPA’s from plastics, trans fats, pesticides, Mercury, and even types of additives placed in foods are all examples of things we unknowingly consume. As modern life becomes more and more toxic, what we demand of our liver becomes more and more intense.
Exposure to too many toxins can slow down the liver’s functioning, leading to an increase of toxins within the body. When the body becomes stressed, a lot of these toxins get released in the blood causing negative side effects. like headaches, memory loss, fatigue, and nausea.

The brain, breast and adrenal glands are organs with higher levels of fatty tissue, making these favorite places for toxin stores. Unfortunately, this can lead to brain toxicity and hormonal imbalances, creating a negative environment in the body and leading to damaging side effects like cognitive issues such as impaired thoughts, memory loss, and headaches. Other symptoms may include nausea, a general “out of sorts” feeling, sluggishness, cold like symptoms, fatigue,as well as contributing to infertility and even the development of some forms of cancer. All of these symptoms will lead to a diminishment in overall quality of life.

The liver filters the blood coming from the digestive tract, and detoxifies chemicals and metabolizes drugs in the system. Think of an oil filter or air filter in a car. The human liver works on a similar concept. As it does so, the liver also secretes bile that ends up back in the intestines. The liver also makes proteins important for blood clotting and other bodily functions.

What happens when your liver can’t keep up with the demands you’re placing on your body?
If your liver doesn’t receive the proper nutrients to process toxins effectively, it could lead to symptoms and problems mentioned earlier. When your liver function improves you can see benefits like:

  • Increased energy levels
  • Clearer skin
  • More regular menstrual cycle with reduced PMS
  • Freedom from sinus pain
  • Fewer infections and stronger immunity
  • Less digestive complaints and more regularity
  • Fresher breath and oral health
  • A positive mood and sharper mind

There are a few things that you can take that will improve the health and functionality of your liver. Milk Thistle, Dandelion Root, Artichoke Leaves, Turmeric, Vitamin C are all herbs and vitamins that have very positive effect on liver detoxification. Milk Thistle as a matter of fact, could arguably be considered the heavyweight champ of detoxification herbs. If you are serious about detoxifying your body then Milk Thistle should be a regular part of your regiment. Another simple thing you can do to improve liver function is simply drink more water. make sure you try and get at least an extra 32 oz of water daily. Water helps hydrate the liver and helps flush toxins out, so by getting more water in its only going to help the liver more.

Keeping your liver healthy is one of the most important things you could do to improve your overall health. Cleansing and detoxing the liver helps to clear pesticides, medications, heavy metals and radiation out of your system, resulting in a healthier more productive liver. The best way to keep your liver working optimally is to watch your intake of alcohol, processed foods, heavy metals and environmental pollutants. You can further boost the function of your liver by using certain herbs and minerals that help detoxify the liver.


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