by Denise Temple
Week 7 of series:
The 'filter' for the body's blood. A pretty important organ. More than 500 vital functions have been identified with the liver. The liver is the largest internal organ in the body, so it’s safe to say we need to take good care of it. This football-sized organ is located in the upper right part of the abdomen.
Turn on the television, flip through a magazine or open your internet browser and you’re bound to hear about a new detox diet or juice cleanse being peddled.
The liver has many responsibilities and functions in the body. This beautiful organ couldn’t be more of a helping hand for those late nights out drinking or the over-consumption of junk food on a cheat day.
-The liver plays a part in the metabolic process of breaking down proteins and
fats for storage1.
-The point of this storage is to eventually convert it into the energy we need to
get through our day-to-day tasks.
-Another large role the liver plays in the body is detoxification.
It’s true that most of us are exposed to a plethora of toxins, heavy metals and chemicals on a daily basis, found in everything from the air we breathe to the food on our plates. However, your body is equipped with a natural detox system that can help remove these dangerous compounds, and switching up your diet and lifestyle is the best way to maximize your body’s toxin-removing potential.
Curious how to cleanse your organs, your body and optimize your health? The extremely helpful source of knowledge obtained from Nutritional Dry Blood Cell Analysis can identify your body’s most needed attention. These few drops of blood will clarify why you are having symptoms like hormone imbalance, skin rashes or irritations, acne, chronic inflammation, skin discoloration,...Resolve your body’s challenges with a few drops of blood and get to the ‘root cause(s) today.’