Reviewed By: Pramod Kerkar, MD, FFARCSI

Detoxing liver is an essential part to maintain the well-being of the entire body. Liver functions continuously, and the hardest working organ because it removes the toxins from the body. Apart from detoxifying the blood, it is also responsible for the production of bile necessary for digest fat, storing essential vitamins, minerals, and breaking down hormones. When the functionality of the liver decreases, it is not possible to digest the food properly. The primary function of the liver includes producing bile, nutrients required for the intestines, chemicals that prevent blood clot, remove toxins from the bloodstream, and storing iron, minerals, and vitamin A.

Cleansing Helps in Removal of Toxins

Environmental toxins and excessive dependence on processed foods are making it impossible for us to keep up in good health. The liver helps us to maintain good health by removing the impurities from body. The following is the latest that increases the risk factor of decreasing the functionality of liver:

  • Alcohol abuse
  • Intravenous drug use
  • Low potassium levels
  • Unprotected sex
  • Body piercing
  • Exposure to a particular industrial chemical or chemicals
  • Viral infections
  • Excessive use of prescription medications
  • Processed foods and a diet rich in saturated fats

How Do I Clean My Liver?

How Do I Clean My Liver?

The following steps will be helpful in boosting the functionality of liver:

Removing Toxic Foods - do not depend on processed foods as they are rich in refined sugar, hydrogenated oils, and preservatives that prolong the life of the food. Try to decrease the intake of processed foods and opt for fresh food.

Raw Vegetable Juice - it can be difficult for everyone to eat all the raw vegetables that are helpful in cleansing the liver. However, by juicing, you can quickly make up for the organic vegetables that help in boosting the efficiency of the liver. It also contains the vegetables that are not your favorite.

Potassium-Rich Foods - it is necessary for the human body to receive 4700 mg of potassium per day. When you provide the body the required quantity of potassium, you are lowering the chances of developing systolic blood pressure and cholesterol. Potassium-rich foods also support cardiovascular health.

Coffee Enemas - coffee enemas aid in liver detoxification reduces fatigue and improves constipation. During the enema, the fluid passes through the intestinal wall to the liver while the bowel retains the organic coffee. The process has a stimulating effect, as it increases bile flow that helps to kick-start the functionality of the liver and gallbladder. The method also aids in the production of glutathione chemical, an essential element that helps in cleansing the pile up of the toxins in the system.

Turmeric Supplements, Dandelion, and Milk Thistle - the king of detoxifying the liver is by using milk thistle. The hope is capable of removing heavy metals, and environmental pollutants, prescription medications, and alcohol particles accumulated in the liver. Using turmeric supplements is helpful in reducing joint pain, increasing digestion, and acts as a perfect antidepressant. It also restores sugar balance and supports liver metabolism and tissue. Dandelion flower and root are rich in minerals and vitamins. The root of the plant is rich in diuretic effect that allows the liver to remove toxins at a faster rate. Apart from this, the minerals and vitamins of the plant strengthen the immune system, relieve heartburn, balance blood sugar levels, and offer soothing effect to upset digestive system.

Consuming Real Liver - eating liver from chic and or grass-fed cattle is rich in folate acid, zinc, copper, chromium, vitamin A and B, and CoQ10. If it is not possible for you to consume real liver, you can opt for liver tablets after consulting a doctor.

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Pramod Kerkar

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, MD,FFARCSI

Pain Assist Inc.

Last Modified On: October 17, 2018

This article does not provide medical advice. See disclaimer

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