Restoring Your Liver Health
Liver disease is usually caused by internal infection as a result of exposure to medical drugs or toxic substances like chemical cosmetics which seep into the body, impacting the auto-immune process.
Quality nutrition will help a damaged liver to regenerate new cells.
And one of the most potent and effective foods on earth for regenerating and cleansing the liver is Lemons.
In fact, if when you rise you'll drink one cup of fresh squeezed lemon juice each day, within 90 days your liver will be completely restore itself.
Lemons are the only food on earth that contain "an-ions" (every other wholefood contains "cat-ions"). Your liver produces "an-ions" known as bile. That's why lemons have significance when it comes to restoring your liver to it's highest functional capacity.
What are the symptoms of Liver damage?
A toxic Liver will show up as skin disorders like psoriasis and acne, as well as digestive disorders, jaundice, fatigue and halitosis.
If you have any of these symptoms, AVOID alcohol, caffeine, processed foods, refined sugars, artificial sweeteners and hydrogenated oils because they will compound the problem.
Periodic 'fasting' on either fresh juices, water or even raw plant food mono diets are all very powerful when it comes to healing the liver.
Other wonderful, natural, plant-based detoxifiers like bentonite clay, psyllium husk and flax seeds are also extremely effective in removing toxicity from your liver and the rest of your body. That's why I combine all of these fibres into a specific protocol that I call, Cleanse Me.
If juicing, concentrate mostly on 'beets', 'greens' and 'lemon', as these mixes are rich in magnesium, chlorophyll and vitamins A, C and E.
If you struggle to juice regularly due to convenience, try my CABALA raw juice powder mix for an easy and nutritious way to increase your intake.
Daily Tip: Add a good squeeze of lemon to hot water and sip it as a tea in the morning or before bed. You can also help arouse a sluggish liver with a teaspoon of olive oil to stimulate the release of excess bile that congests the liver.