How the liver functions:
The liver detoxifies the body. At any given moment 25% of our blood is present in the liver, being filtered for the toxins and impurities that may alternatively poison our system. The liver weighs about 1.3kg on average and fills most of the space under the right half of the diaphragm. It is the largest gland in the body, approximately the same weight as the brain, the largest organ in the body.
We are constantly exposed to pathogens, toxins, parasites, preservatives and antibiotics in our food. We consume nutrient deficient, processed food and the environmental pollution of our air and water result in our liver working harder than ever to detoxify our body and regulate healthy metabolic activity.
The liver produces clear, golden coloured liquid called bile. Bile is stored in the gall bladder, where it becomes concentrated. Bile is necessary for dissolving fats. Most gallstones are actually formed in the liver and comparatively few occur in the gallbladder.
Due to its extraordinary design, the liver often 'seems' to perform normally (balanced blood values), even after it has lost up to 60% of its original efficiency. As deceiving as this may be -to the patient and the medical practitioner alike- the origin of most disease can easily be traced back to the liver.
The liver also has a profound effect on the hormonal system, helping to regulate and balance hormonal activity to ensure the proper functioning of our neurological system. Many different symptoms of poor health may stem from a liver that is overloaded with toxins and undernourished. This may include poor digestion, chronic fatigue, skin rash and poor immune response. A poorly functioning liver may also contribute to depression and sugar imbalances.
Important facts about the liver:
The state of the blood in the liver may manifest itself in the condition of the fingernails. If the blood is deficient, fingernails may appear soft, chipped, or cracked. When the blood is ample, both the nails and tendons tend to appear strong and supple. Liver imbalance may contribute to the symptoms of PMS and menopause. It may contribute to mental problems such as depression and paranoia.
If the liver is not functioning properly, it may affect digestion and the secretion of bile, which may result in chronic heartburn.
Symptoms of a diseased liver:
The external signs may include a coating on the tongue, bad breath, skin rash, itchy skin, excessive perspiration, offensive body odour, dark circles under the eyes, red swollen and itchy eyes, cold hands and feet, acne, brownish spots (liver spots) or blemishes on the skin and small spider-like blood vessels visible in the skin.
Additional symptoms may include jaundice, dark urine, pale stool, bone loss, haemorrhage, an enlarged spleen, fluid in the abdominal cavity, fluid retention, chills, pain from the biliary tract or pancreas and an enlarged gallbladder.
Liver dysfunction include both physical signs and a variety of symptoms related to blood sugar levels, immune disorders, frequent infections such as of the ears, colds, flu, bronchitis, thrush and urinary tract or abnormal absorption of fats, chronic fatigue syndrome and a sluggish metabolic rate.
The malabsorption of fats (due to a diseased liver) may lead to symptoms that include indigestion, reflux, haemorrhoids, gallstones, intolerance to rich foods, intolerance to alcohol, nausea and vomiting attacks, abdominal bloating, and constipation.
Abnormalities in the level of fats in the blood stream may include elevated LDL cholesterol, reduced HDL cholesterol, elevated triglycerides, and clogged arteries leading to high blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes. It may cause the build-up of fat in the organs (fatty degeneration of organs), lumps of fat in the skin (lipomas and other fatty tumours), excessive weight gain (which may lead to obesity), inability to lose weight even while dieting, sluggish metabolic rate, protuberant abdomen (pot belly), cellulite, fatty liver, and a roll of fat around the upper abdomen (liver roll).
Disorders of the nervous system may include depression, mood changes (especially anger outbursts and irritability), poor concentration and feeling “foggy”, overheating of the body (especially hot flushes on the face and torso) and recurrent headaches -including migraine- associated with nausea.
Problematic blood sugar levels may cause a craving for sugar; hypoglycaemia and the fluctuating levels may indicate the onset of Type II Diabetes.The products in the Liver Cleansing will support the functions of the liver, in removing fatty substances from the liver and also to help rejuvenate the liver. The liver is the only organ capable of regenerating itself, given the ideal circumstances.
A Liver Cleansing may result in improved digestion and elimination, boost energy levels, improve immune system response and may bring relief from the above symptoms caused by a dysfunctional or diseased liver.
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