The Importance Of A Liver Cleanse For Living a Disease Free Life
Do you want to live the rest of your life virtually disease free? How much more could you accomplish in life if you never had to battle illness? How much more productive would you be? How much money would you save not having to pay for drugs and regular doctor visits? What if something happened due to poor health, that could cost you thousands of dollars in surgery to fix?
This is precisely why I always tell people it’s so worth spending a small amount of money in preventing illness.
Even if you think you’re healthy right now, in the long run, preventing illness is far more beneficial on all levels over waiting for the illness to come and then having to find ways to cure it.
Cleansing Your Liver
The absolute best method I’ve found in preventing disease, and living the healthiest life possible, is by keeping a healthy liver.
Your liver is the most active and alive organ in your entire body. It’s the only organ in the body that can regenerate itself, and is responsible for digesting all your food, and removing all the toxins and chemicals in your body.
When our livers become over rot, it loses much of its ability to keep toxins and diseases from festering in our bodies, therefore making us sick.
This happens mainly due to poor diet rich in processed and fast foods, excess alcohol and drugs, and poor exercise. An unhealthy liver is also the main reason why many people cannot lose weight, because your liver burns off all of your excess, unneeded fat. This will lead to many other health conditions such as obesity, heart disease, cancer etc..
Another sign of an unhealthy liver is brain fog. Since your liver cleanses your body of all toxins, when it isn’t able to do this effectively, all of these chemicals begin to build up over time. These toxins will build up inside fat cells, and since your brain is made up mostly of fat cells, all these toxins will begin to be stored there. Which leads to your overall intelligence to be lower than it really should be.
None of this is permanent. Your liver is an amazing organ and when given the proper nutrition and care, will repair itself back to normal. The best place to start is by doing a quality liver cleanse and then making sure to eat a healthy diet after the cleanse is over.