Best ways to unburden the liver?


Hello guys, What is the best ways to unburden the liver?

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Kati 4 years 0 Answers 681 views 0

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  1. Mikk thistle, dandelion and n-acetyl-cysteine

    Clean up your exposure to toxins in your environment and diet

    Limit sugar, carbs etc

  2. Malic acid and Chanca Piedra, carb

  3. Is it effective to drink milk thistle and dandelion teas regularly or do you need more than this? Maybe supplemental powders?

  4. Intermittent Fasting. Nothing unburdens the liver like 18 hours a day without anything except water.

  5. What about burdock root powder

  6. I'm getting a few liver spots on my face would these suggestions help with those and are they safe when breastfeeding?

  7. What about beets? I thought I read somewhere that they are good for the liver

  8. Following

  9. Drink ginger root tea, (2-3 times a day) while cutting out or reducing red meat.

  10. Coffee enemas!

  11. Find "the cause" of your liver burden by looking at mineral status and ceruloplasmin levels and treat according to results.

  12. Warm water and lemon first thing in the morning.

  13. Castor packs help, especially with an infrared heating pad.

  14. Beet kvass

  15. 85% of our immune system is in our gut and in my research over the years so many illnesses stem from having a congested colon, which makes your digestive system sluggish, which intern makes your liver sluggish and so on, the blood goes through the bowel so if your toxic inside your blood is toxic. My first port of call when healing is colon cleansing. herbs like cayenne pepper, milk thistle, burdock are all liver supportive's. i take pysillium husks and black strap molasses to get my digestive tract reset, apple cider vinegar (with the mother root) is also of benefit to digestion amongst other things

  16. Rachael Maria I take acv and some of the others…what is the mother root?

  17. if you go to telcos its just basic ACV but in whole foods and organic shops and farmers markets you get it with the fermented pulp at the bottom, the is the most beneficial for health. I did this cleanse 2 years ago and the results were amazing, i haven't done a full cleanse since but always have the husks and molasses when I am run down and digestion gets sluggish

  18. Avoid high fructose corn syrup and limit fructose.

  19. how do you know that your liver is burdened? What are your symptoms?

  20. Donate blood. Unload the iron burden in your liver.

  21. Kati Fay
    Have you got any labs which identify your liver status, copper, iron and ceruloplasmin?

  22. Beet root, lemon, and natural organic applesauce.

  23. I throw some dandelion roots ( I get them at publix) into my green smoothie I have daily.

  24. What minerals are in dandelion roots? If the liver is good at replenishing: recovering itself then perhaps the answer to the initial question could be don't take or do anything!

  25. Health Benefits of Dandelion Greens

    When your grandmother said dandelion greens were good for you, she wasn't kidding.

    Folk medicine claims the dandelion plant is a powerful healer, used to purify the blood, settle digestion and prevent piles and gall stones, among other maladies. The fact is the greens of the humble dandelion provide 535 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin K, which may be the most important source of any other plant-based food to strengthen bones, but may also play a role in fighting Alzheimer's disease by limiting neuron damage in the brain.

    Dandelion greens also give the body 112 percent of the daily minimum requirement of vitamin A as an antioxidant carotenoid, which is particularly good for the skin, mucus membranes and vision. A flavonoid called zeaxanthin protects the retina from UV rays, while others, primarily carotene, lutein, and cryptoxanthin, protect the body from lung and mouth cancers.

    Need more benefits? Dandelion greens are high in fiber, which helps your body shed waste. These greens also contain vitamins C and B6, thiamin, riboflavin, calcium, iron (crucial for generating red blood cells), potassium (to help regulate heart rate and blood pressure), and manganese. Other nutrients present in dandelion greens include folate, magnesium, phosphorus, and copper.

    Dandelion greens are on Dr. Mercola's “most highly recommended vegetables” list.


    While dandelions are considered a nuisance by those who prefer a pristine lawn, others know the many benefits that dandelions have yielded over centuries in the areas of folk medicine and healthy eating. It's proven as an antioxidant that also lowers blood sugar, but it may also be useful in treating jaundice, cirrhosis, edema, gout, eczema, and acne. There's even evidence that dandelion greens might prove helpful in treating AIDS and herpes. Highly nutritious as an ingredient in salads, its roots show ever-increasing possibilities in the fight against cancer.

  26. I would still rather check my mineral status first, in case levels are ok. Excess minerals and out of balance ratios can cause chaos in the body.

  27. hmmm….. send it to confession then report back… can i get an AH MEEEN!

  28. Coffee enemas, of course. Nothing else comes close.

  29. If you have heart problems a coffee enema can kill you

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