Every person today needs proper care of their liver. It plays a major and crucial role in your health and how you will feel in 20 years. This is the case even if you do not currently suffer from any diseases or have been told that your liver is in good condition. There's still a lot to learn about what's really going on inside our liver and what it needs to protect us for years to come.

The liver is responsible for more than 2,000 chemical functions in the body (although science and research believe it is responsible for only about 500). This highly intelligent and special organ works hard for you every day and hour, but the liver also needs your help to perform its many tasks that ultimately keep you alive. Your liver needs the right foods, herbs, and supplements to cleanse, detox, and heal itself, and, very importantly, you need to know what not to do so you don't make it work even harder. We suggest you read the book "Help for the Liver" to have the necessary information on how to take good care of your liver and protect your health and the health of your family. In it you will also find information on conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, diabetes, strep infections, acne, gout, bloating, gallstones, adrenal stress, fatigue, fatty liver, weight problems, SIBO and autoimmune diseases. You'll read undiscovered new information that will change the way you think about your liver and what your body needs to recover from chronic symptoms and disease, and to prevent disease later in life.

The truth is that nine out of ten people today already suffer from a sluggish, fatty, toxic or diseased liver, and having such an overworked liver plays a central role in almost all the symptoms and conditions that people suffer from today. Knowing the truth and with the right nutrients and support, the liver can regain its health and work even more effectively to repair and prevent symptoms and disease.

How the liver works for you

To take care of your liver, it is important to understand how it works. There is a major blood vessel called the portal vein that conducts blood from the gastrointestinal tract to the liver. This blood vessel carries vitamins, minerals, nutrients, hormones, oxygen, hydrating fluid, and unfortunately, also Liver Harms.

In the book Help for the Liver, Liver Pests are described in detail, which are hundreds of different toxins, pollutants, and pathogens such as pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, medications, aluminum, lead, copper, mercury, viruses, bacteria, and more. These are the toxins that we are surrounded by in the modern world and that we are even born with (not because of genetics, but because they are passed down from generation to generation through the family line). They are what make us sick. They are what cause disease and chronic illness, including conditions thought to be autoimmune diseases.

The liver is a master at sorting out good and bad substances. It takes goodness - the nutrients and other beneficial natural compounds - and stores them in the part of the liver where they need to be used. Your liver is incredibly smart. He knows all about the compounds that are contained in a given food, and how to store or distribute those elements.

Let's take an apple as an example. This amazing fruit contains living water that is hydrating and nourishing for the liver and your entire body. The liver can take the special living water from this apple, compress it and store it until it needs to be used later. Then, when your body needs these elements or you are dehydrated, the liver can activate and rehydrate this living water and send it into the bloodstream. All this is undiscovered information that is not known to medicine. You need to know how truly miraculous your liver is so that you can take care of it properly.

The liver's ability to organize everything that enters the portal vein keeps you in balance and keeps your body functioning. This is not yet known to science, but the liver also has its own immune system that helps it protect itself and thus protect you. The Liver Help book has a whole chapter on the liver's immune system with a full explanation of how it works for you.

Your liver also identifies the pests we mentioned and works to neutralize and detoxify them. Neutralization is the process by which the liver makes toxins less harmful so that if they travel through the bloodstream and especially to the heart and brain, they do not cause serious problems.

The liver also holds some of the biggest "offenders" and locks them deep inside. He really doesn't want certain toxins swimming around in your body and getting to your heart or brain - those pests are too dangerous. Therefore, they are stored in the deep depots of the organ.

But to deal well with all this, it is necessary that the liver is healthy. If the liver is overburdened by toxins and poor food choices (now or in the past) and if it is sluggish, fatty or weak, it cannot do its job properly. As a result, your health begins to suffer or deteriorate even more. Even if you do not have any symptoms or disease conditions at the moment, this does not mean that they are not in the process of internal development. As already stated, nine out of ten people have a slow-functioning liver, and very soon it will be ten out of ten people, so it is important that everyone knows what their liver needs and how to limit and cure the symptoms and conditions that can to arise as a result thereof.

Cleaning the house for a fresh start

The right kind of cleansing is needed to help flush out toxins from the liver and thus lighten its load. The 3:6:9 Therapy is specially designed to help your liver. This cleanse is a gentle and safe way to draw out the toxins that burden the liver so that it can effectively eliminate existing or now-incoming pests - viruses, bacteria, chemicals and metals - before they make you sick. You can repeat the cleanse as many times and as often as you like.

It is important to know that there are many different programs, cleanses, practices, flushes and diets that are popular or claimed to help the liver. Unfortunately, almost all of them do not help the liver or even harm it. It is extremely important to know the truth about what your liver really needs and how to safely and effectively cleanse and support it.

What the liver needs to be healthy is oxygen, water, sugar and mineral salts. These elements, along with the nutrients from fruits and vegetables, are what the body craves. Interestingly, the liver can only take in nutrients when they are surrounded by sugar (glucose). Of course, I'm not talking about table sugar or corn syrup, but the natural healthy sugars in fruit, tomatoes, potatoes, and squash.

People on fruit-free or low-carb diets are unknowingly starving their livers and doing themselves a disservice. If a nutrient comes in but is not bound to sugar, the liver will set it aside. The sugar allows the liver to take in the nutrient. Sugar is the fuel that helps the liver break down fat as well. This may surprise you, given how popular and trendy high-fat, high-protein, high-carbohydrate (whether plant-based or animal-based) diets are today. Although these diets have some advantages in that they deprive us of processed and unhealthy foods, they are still problematic.

Your liver also needs natural sugars to cool itself. It's a naturally hot organ, but toxins and high-protein, high-fat diets make it toxically hot. Glucose from fruit and carbohydrate-rich vegetables help cool it down.

Your Liver's Neighbor: The Gallbladder

The hot liver discharges into the gall bladder a sediment of slags, toxins, poisons and chemicals, as well as cholesterol and bilirubin. The gallbladder is a naturally cooler organ and its temperature is related to the liver temperature. The hotter the liver, the cooler the gallbladder must become. When a liver that is too hot leads to a gallbladder that is too cool, people experience symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats. These problems stem from the dynamic between the liver and gallbladder.

When hot substances cool in the gallbladder, stones form. This is how people get gallstones. Liver Help describes the foods that dissolve these stones and flush out toxins.

Foods to support your liver

Now that you know more about how the liver works, let's share some of the best foods, herbs, and supplements to help cleanse, heal, and care for it.

Apples provide active living water that hydrates the liver and supports its ability to hydrate your body. Apples also remove bacteria, yeast and mold from the intestinal tract and liver. In this way, they keep sediments out of the gallbladder. Apples can also dissolve gallstones. If you can, eat one to three apples a day (or more).

Artichokes contain phytochemical compounds that inhibit the development of tumors and cysts in the liver. Artichokes also contain many chemical functions that help the liver neutralize toxins before they reach the brain or heart. They help your liver sift and filter your blood.

Asparagus is high in flavonoids and powerful anti-inflammatory compounds - they're like natural aspirin. They also flush out and expel fat cells and other toxins. Asparagus cleanses, detoxifies and soothes the liver.

Bananas are antibacterial, anti-yeast and anti-fungal foods. The fructose in bananas provides quick fuel for the liver—it's one of the organ's favorite food sources. Bananas also soothe the lining of the intestinal tract.

Berries are a rich first aid kit for the liver. The liver contains a type of cell known as Kupffer cells, and wild blueberries are especially high in the antioxidants that these Kupffer cells need. Raspberries, blackberries and blueberries are powerful healing foods for the liver.

Brussels sprouts are the best liver cleansing food. You can eat it raw, steamed or even juiced. Brussels sprouts and other cruciferous vegetables have a special sulfur that flushes poisons and pathogens out of your liver.

Celery contains undiscovered subgroups of sodium that I call cluster salts. These cluster salts protect the cell membranes of the liver. They remove viruses from cells and bind to free-floating poisons. Drinking sixteen ounces (473 ml) of pure celery juice without anything extra every morning on an empty stomach is a powerful way to cleanse the liver.

Coriander binds to heavy metals so you can safely eliminate them from your liver and body. Coriander also contains phytochemicals that inhibit other liver pests such as neurotoxins and dermatotoxins. Coriander is another liver cleanser.

Cranberries do a lot of work for the liver. They cleanse the deep parts of the liver. The strong fruit acid in cranberries kills pathogens. They also have a huge amount of vitamin C, which stops the oxidation of cells.

Cucumbers are a good ally of the liver. They provide hydrating water for the liver just like apples. Cucumbers also cleanse the liver.

The green leaves of the dandelion cause a squeezing action in the liver, which helps it to get rid of toxins.

Lemons and limes improve the production of hydrochloric acid (HCL) in the stomach. They also cleanse the fatty liver and help dissolve gallstones.

Melons are an incredibly powerful cleansing food that also has the ability to hydrate the liver. It is ideal to eat melons at the beginning of the day, not after you have eaten something heavy.

Peaches remove old, deeply stored poisons, debris and rotting food in the small intestine, which helps the liver to recover.

Oranges and tangerines provide plenty of calcium and vitamin C that the liver can use as they are combined with the glucose in the fruit.

Pitaya , which is also called dragon fruit, is a liver rejuvenator. It clears the poisons from the body. You can often find this food with red fleshy particles in frozen foods.

Raw honey contains a combination of sugars that the liver needs, along with minerals, vitamins and nutrients that help restore it.

Spinach has minerals and nutrients that help the liver. It also helps the liver get better at vitamin B12.

Tomatoes contain essential phytochemicals, trace elements, vitamins and minerals that support the liver. The fruit acid in the tomato also helps the gallbladder eliminate some of the sediment that may be stuck at the bottom of the gallbladder. They also dissolve gallstones.

Wild blueberries have pigments that reverse degenerative processes in the liver.

Nutritional supplements to support

There are also specific supplements that are useful for healing, cleansing and strengthening the liver. When it comes to nutritional supplements, there are huge differences in quality and composition.

Here are a few of the supplements that support the liver and how they do it:

5-MTHF helps the liver obtain vitamin B12.

Ashwagandha is good for the liver and strengthens the adrenal glands.

Barley grass juice powder contains phytonutrients that nourish a malnourished liver while allowing it to detoxify.

Organic vitamin B12 with adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin is crucial for the liver and almost everyone is deficient. Even when blood tests show your vitamin B12 levels are normal, you may still be deficient.

Burdock root is very healing for the liver and cleanses it deeply. You can find burdock root in grocery stores and make juice or tea out of it.

Cat's claw kills pathogens and viruses that reside in the liver.

CoQ10 is a great antioxidant for the liver.

Hydrastis kills pathogens, including streptococci.

Hibiscus contains anthocyanins, which give it its red color and help restore the liver.

Lemon balm kills pathogens and bacteria. It also calms the liver and nervous system so that the liver can relax enough to be cleansed.

Licorice root tea and tincture.

Spirulina extracts the toxic heavy metals that are found in the liver and are the cause of many problems.

Vitamin C strengthens all levels of the liver's individual immune system. It uses vitamin C in all of its more than 2,000 chemical functions.

Zinc plays a critical role in all 2,000 chemical functions of the liver.

Your liver is constantly working to preserve your life and keep you at your best health for as long as possible. He just needs your help to do his job. When you learn how to properly care for it and apply the information you learn, you will be doing the best you can for your health now and in the future.

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