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How a Liver Cleanse Can Help Trim Those Extra Inches

By Edited Apr 13, 2016 1 2

One of the most powerful, safest, and cheapest methods of burning off excess body fat is by cleansing the liver. The liver is one of the most important organs in the entire body, and unfortunately, is also the most abused.

One of the primary jobs of your liver is the digesting of foods, if the liver isn't functioning properly, foods that go into the colon won't be broken down enough by the livers juices, which leads to many uncomfortable side effects, diseases, and even cancer in the pancreas, colon, gallbladder, and stomach if the problem persists over many years ; because many of the foods will get backed up and rot over time.

This is the reason why some people have bellies that bulge out unnaturally. This is due to the colon being so backed up of undigested foods, that it just swells up and bulges out. This is also the main reason for constipation, low energy, stress, acne, odor, and migraine headaches.

It doesn't sound pretty, but this stuff needs to be known.

Your liver also controls your metabolism rate, and is your primary fat burner. When foods cannot be digested properly, toxins and bacteria begin to build up inside the body overtime. The liver is responsible for cleaning out these toxins, but when it's so over worked from non-digested foods, it cannot cleanse these toxins efficiently. The only place then for your body to store these excess toxins is inside the fat cells, which makes it even more difficult to burn them off from methods such as exercising.

How The Liver Becomes Toxic

In today's society, the potential for liver pollution is everywhere, a lot of it can definitely be avoided though! Here are some of the main culprits of liver damage.

• Overeating

• Eating processed, hard to digest foods such as white flour, white sugar, red meat, saturated fats, starch, and carbohydrates.

• Foods that contain pesticides, chemicals, artificial sweeteners, corn syrup, MSG, aspartame, and hydrogenated oils.

• Pollution in the air and water.

• Consuming excess amounts of alcohol, caffeine, soda pop, tobacco, prescription and non-prescription drugs.

• Not Exercising

Since everything that goes into your body must also be digested by the liver the ingredients in these foods require extreme amounts of energy for your liver to try and eliminate them from the body. Your liver can only do so much, and overtime, it's ability to do this declines dramatically.

Fortunately, the liver is the only organ in your entire body that can regenerate itself when given the proper care, it truly is a remarkable organ, and any damage from the past is absolutely reversible!

If you want to give your liver a fresh start, so it can begin to perform like it's supposed too, the best way to begin this process is by finding yourself a high quality, liver cleanse. The ingredients in a good liver cleanse will contain everything your liver needs to start repairing itself, but you must make sure to stay away from the foods that damaged it in the first place.

Signs of an Unhealthy Liver

Here's some more symptoms of an unhealthy liver. Even if you're not manifesting any of these, it is still recommended to do a liver cleanse at least two times per year to make sure it stays that way.

• Obesity (The number one symptom of a diseased liver, and the one most weight-loss programs won't tell you!)

• High Cholesterol Levels

• Acne

• Brain Fog

• Constipation

• Allergies

• IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

• Stress and Fatigue

• Migraine Headaches

• Always Feeling Cold (Your liver is your body's heat furnace)

Most of these symptoms can be fixed by taking the required steps and making sure your liver can do what it needs to do. Most of these are the result of toxin buildup inside the body, which is what your liver is responsible for cleaning out. In my personal experience, healing the liver provides the opportunity to heal from almost any disease.

How to Cleanse Your Liver

You now know what the liver does, and what causes it to become toxic, now let's learn how to get it back to its prime condition! In my experience, a natural liver cleanse is actually a fairly simple process, and doesn't require taking any weird concoction that scares you away.

The first step is finding yourself a high-quality liver cleanse supplement, that contains all the necessary herbs that have been proven to clean out your liver such as milk thistle, dandelion, and artichoke extract. Most of the time this will be in capsule form, and luckily, most liver cleanse supplements are fairly inexpensive for the benefits they provide. A lot cheaper than regular doctor visits and prescription medication.

The next is focusing on your diet, making sure to refrain from consuming anything which damages the liver during the cleanse, especially alcohol. Changing your diet can be a difficult process, but one that will benefit you for your entire life!

Next, for the duration of the cleanse, it is very important that you try drinking 8-10 glasses of purified water each day. Drinking enough water will be the defining factor as to how much you receive from the cleanse.

Lastly, try doing a light exercise each morning before you start the day. It doesn't have to be anything too difficult, just something to get your blood flowing such as yoga, walking, jogging, biking, or jump rope.

Typically, a liver cleanse lasts for about 30 days. If you can remain steadfast and stick to your plan, the benefits of the cleanse will absolutely amaze you. The number one benefit being the losing of excess body fat. Many people will do a liver cleanse before summer begins, so they can trim off the extra weight they might have put on over the winter holidays before putting on that swimsuit.

When the liver is back to its normal condition, it will immediately and happily get back to work, getting your metabolism and overall health back to where it's meant to be.



May 12, 2011 9:32am
Very good information on how and why to take care of your liver.
May 12, 2011 5:48pm
Thank you very much! Thanks for the comment :)
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