3 Gentle And Effective Ways To Heal Your Liver Naturally

Apr 10 2017 - 1:09pm

If you are dealing with prediabetes, type 2 diabetes, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and vascular issues, you have a liver issue that can be reversed naturally. Heal your liver naturally by doing 3 things daily.

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Heal liver naturally

Your liver is a very important and under-appreciated organ. Without it, you cannot survive. Your liver is perhaps the only organ that works for you harder than your heart. To break it down a step further, your liver actually work as a gatekeeper for your heart, ensuring all the blood that enters your heart is well filtered and cleansed.

Over time, with years of improper eating, the liver shows signs of slowing. This is why we see weight gain that is difficult to lose in middle age, as well as insulin resistance leading to prediabetes, type 2 diabetes, vascular issues, skin conditions and even dandruff.

A burning question may be “How can I cleanse my liver?” The good news is, there are three natural ways to cleanse the liver, and reverse many of its affiliated diseases. Healing your liver naturally is easier than you think!

The Liver Is The Cause Of Many Diseases

When the liver is clogged or the so-called filter is dirty, the liver cannot complete the work it needs to do for the heart with its usual effectiveness. As a result, the blood thickens. That’s where you may see early “warning signs” or symptoms of trouble, such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, prediabetes, type 2 diabetes and vascular disease.

Numerous studies have shown that if you’re suffering with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, or eczema, or rosacea, psoriasis or vascular problems, then you’re well on your way to developing cardiovascular disease.

Your Liver Stores Stuff

Your liver has many jobs. One major function of your liver is to store stuff. Your liver stores vitamins, minerals and glucose and saves it for a rainy day. What’s bad about the liver storing stuff is that your liver doesn’t know how to let go of things it doesn’t need. That means, your liver will store, or even hoard, toxins such as plastics, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, herbicides and pesticides.

Your liver also processes fat to use as an energy source. As your liver continually hoards the toxins that it can’t unload and neutralize, and cannot turn fat into a usable energy source, your liver throws itself into survival mode.

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Your Liver Is Incredibly Self-Serving

In an effort to save itself your liver encases itself in fat. Of course this doesn’t work in your favor, but your fatty liver is in survival mode because it is in distress and acting in its own best interest. The downside of this unfortunately, is that you begin to see symptoms.

It should be noted that your liver has another very important function – it acts as a back up for your pancreas. If your liver is sluggish, it can’t back up the pancreas by releasing glucose during periods that you forget to eat. How that works is, if you’re not eating for three, four or six hours, your liver shoots out its glucose reserves to keep your pancreas from becoming stressed.

When the liver is stressed, it again works in its own best interest and rejects glucose. This is known as insulin resistance. With the liver in revolt, the pancreas is left to fend for itself. When there’s too much glucose being taken into the body that the liver refuses to store, and the pancreas cannot accommodate, there is an overload of glucose floating around the bloodstream. High blood sugar readings are what gets you a prediabetes diagnosis. If left unchecked, the end result is type 2 diabetes, where insulin may need to be administered to function for your overburdened pancreas.

Your Liver Can Regenerative Itself

If there any light at the end of the tunnel, it’s that your liver is highly resilient and has amazing regenerative powers. When your liver gets what it needs, it will begin to resume function and repair itself, reversing many, if not all liver-related conditions, as well as thwart heart disease.

So How Can I Cleanse My Liver Gently To Revive It?

Harsh cleanses and detoxes only serve to stress the liver even more and if they do work, they will only do so in the short-term. Trendy cleanses and detoxes are typically not the way to go if you truly want to heal your liver permanently without having symptoms recur again. Instead, you’ll want to gently incorporate three simple, yet effective habits into your daily routine that will help your liver to shed its fat gently and begin working optimally for you again.

Three Ways To Heal Your Liver Naturally

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