11 Ways to Detox Your Lovely Liver

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Your liver is responsible for over 500 different functions in the body. It plays a role in blood clotting, produces cholesterol, stores important vitamins, and makes bile which is an essential component of your digestive system. Your liver also works around the clock to eliminate toxins.

This is especially important now because toxins are more pervasive than ever. They’re in your food, the air you breathe, personal care products, drinking water, and even household furniture.

After exposure, toxins enter your bloodstream. From here, it’s your liver’s job to detoxify these chemicals before they cause too much harm. The liver has the incredible ability to identify toxins and ship them out of the body. But the liver can only process so many toxins in a given moment.

When your liver reaches its limit, toxins enter the bloodstream unchecked, store in your fat and tissues, and continually exert their damaging effects.

Given that there are upwards of 80,000 chemicals we can be exposed to, our livers are under constant stress. This is why it’s crucial to support your liver’s detoxification efforts so that it can work to prevent toxin buildup. Here are 11 natural ways to detox your liver.

Signs Your Liver Could Benefit From a Cleanse

Do any of these symptoms sound familiar?

  • Poor digestion — frequent diarrhea or constipation
  • Headaches — especially migraines
  • Skin issues — dry skin, eczema, acne, or excess oil
  • Uncontrollable weight gain, belly fat
  • Lethargy, lack of energy
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Foggy mind
  • Emotional mood swings
  • Heart palpitations or irregular pulse
  • Onset of allergies
  • Frequent sinus issues or congestion

The Liver functions to:
1. Filter, detoxify, and nourish blood;
2. Regulate amount of blood in circulation, release blood when needed and store blood until needed;
3. Store sugar in the form of glycogen, released into the body as glucose when extra metabolic energy is needed;
4. Manufacture enzymes essential for optimum immunity;
5. Store all toxins the body takes in;
6. Receive all amino acids extracted from food by small intestine then recombine amino acids to synthesize various forms of protein required for growth and repair of bodily tissue;
7. Harmonize emotions and prevent emotional stagnation;
8. Control peripheral nervous system by regulating muscle activity and tension;
9. Control ligaments & tendons (along with muscles determines physical coordination);
10. Create bile, which breaks down fats;
11. Help maintain electrolyte and water balance;
12. Break down and eliminate excess hormones;
13. Control the smooth flow of Qi.

When the liver is overloaded, increased amounts of toxins circulate through the blood affecting most of our body systems. Our liver must transform the hormones released during emotional states, so they can be eliminated. When the liver is not functioning properly, emotional states that should come and go, stay around longer than necessary. When our environment is full of excess emotions, this puts a burden on the liver.

1. Avoid Pesticides

Opting for organic food is a great way to give your body healthy nutrients, and reduce your exposure to harmful pesticides including glyphosate. Recent studies have found that glyphosate cripples an enzyme called cytochrome P450—an essential component of your liver’s detoxification efforts. By reducing your exposure to glyphosate, you could improve the rate at which your liver is able to process toxins.

2. Eat Plant-Based Antioxidants

When the liver chemically changes a toxin during the detoxification process, it can produce free radicals. Free radicals are unstable atoms that can cause substantial harm to any cell they touch. This is where antioxidants come into play. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals and prevent them from causing damage. Eating organic fruits, veggies and herbs is best way to boost your antioxidant intake.

Additionally, vitamin B6, magnesium, and selenium are shown to increase glutathione production—your body’s most powerful natural antioxidant. If you have trouble eating enough veggies, an organic green juice powder is a great option to give your body what it needs.

3. Detox with Nanosized Zeolite

Zeolite is a natural volcanic mineral that has a unique property. When sized correctly, it is attracted to toxins like a magnet. When zeolite comes into contact with a toxin, it traps them in a crystalline “cage.” Once trapped, zeolite helps transport the toxins out of the body.

As such, taking zeolite can be a detoxification game changer. By trapping toxins, zeolite takes some of the burden off of your liver. In turn, this allows your liver to detoxify other toxins that it may not have had the capacity to do so in the past. Just make sure you only purchase a liquid nanosized zeolite supplement, otherwise it won’t reach toxins throughout the body.

4. Eat Greens for Healthy Methylation

With some toxins, your liver uses a process called methylation to make them dissolve in water. This allows you to excrete the toxins through your urine. Poor dietary choices, smoking, or a lack of vitamin B12 and folate can decrease the amount of methylation that is possible.

Additionally, an estimated 20 percent of people have specific genes that make them poor methylators. Support healthy methylation by upping your intake of organic leafy greens.

5. Take an Alcohol Break

While moderate red wine intake is associated with health benefits thanks to the antioxidant resveratrol found in grapes, alcohol is still a toxin that your liver has to process and clear from your system. Lighten the load on your liver by eliminating or cutting back on alcohol consumption. Consider doing a “dry” month or more to help restore your liver to peak functionality.

6. Eat Cruciferous Vegetables

Cruciferous veggies such as broccoli and cauliflower contain a sulfur-based compound called sulforaphane which supports the liver in two critical ways. First, sulforaphane is a powerful antioxidant, which can protect the liver from free radicals produced as you detox. Second, sulforaphane stimulates phase II detoxification in the liver.

7. Cut Back on Sugar

While everyone knows that too much sugar can lead to weight gain, what’s less known is the impact sugar has on your liver. Studies have demonstrated that excess sugar can contribute to non-alcohol related fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Shockingly, an estimated 31% of American adults suffer from NAFLD, most unknowingly.

One of the issues is that unlike other sugars, fructose (found in high fructose corn syrup) is processed in the liver. Excess fructose gets converted into triglycerides, leading to excess fat in the liver. Cutting back on sugar can relieve this issue and help your liver regenerate.

8. Eat More Fiber

Eating fiber-rich fruits and veggies helps ensure toxins in your body end up where they belong… in the toilet. Many of the toxins you get exposed to are from your diet. When you have enough fiber in your diet, it acts like a sponge and soaks up toxins that are in your digestive tract. Fiber also helps to slow down the release of sugar, making it a double win for your liver.

9. Break a Sweat

Your body uses sweat to pull toxins out of your body, making it a highly effective detoxification strategy. Studies have found that your body can eliminate lead, arsenic, cadmium, and mercury through sweat. Getting rid of toxins this way can help reduce your toxic burden and take some of the stress off your liver. If you’re new to exercise, start slow before working your way to more high-intensity programs.

10. Drink More Water

Hydration is perhaps the easiest detoxification strategy to overlook. But that doesn’t make it any less important. Your kidneys eliminate a wide variety of wastes and toxins via the urine. As such, the elimination of toxins is highly dependent on your hydration status. Without enough water, the filtration rate of your kidneys slows down which means fewer toxins will be excreted and more toxins will remain in your body.

11. Take Milk Thistle

Research suggests that milk thistle protects the liver from damage and reduces liver inflammation. This is helpful because liver inflammation or damage can hinder its detoxification capacity. This could be particularly helpful if you drink alcohol, are overweight, or have blood sugar issues.

A Few Things to Keep in Mind During Your Liver Cleanse

Reducing or eliminating toxins that stress our livers can improve the quality of our lives dramatically.

While you should consult with a physician to diagnose health symptoms that persist or are life-threatening, following a simple liver detox using one of the recipes above can allow your liver to recuperate and relieve you from symptoms that keep you from living life to the fullest on a daily basis.

Keep in mind that drinking plenty of pure water and striving to keep your electrolytes balanced goes hand in hand with these recipes.

And remember: even a short break has benefits. One of the more remarkable aspects of eliminating or reducing toxins is that you’ll notice positive differences in your health early on in the process – it’s often just a matter of days before you’ll feel clear-headed and have more energy.

Once you’re back on track, maintaining a healthy liver can be accomplished through diet, supplements that support liver health, and keeping the toxins out of the picture.

This smoothie will help to open up the channels of elimination and excretion, which ultimately leads to a healthier mind and body.

Ultimate Liver Detox Smoothie

This smoothie will help to open up the channels of elimination and excretion, which ultimately leads to a healthier mind and body.
Author: Melissa Malinowski, ND

1 apple, peeled and cored
1 beet, cut
1 large carrot
1 cup of dark leafy greens (dandelion, spinach, kale, etc..)
½ lemon, juice or peeled minus the seeds
1 cup purple cabbage
1 cup fresh mint
1 inch chunk of ginger, peeled
1-2 tsp. of fresh tumeric (or powder)
2 TBSP coconut oil
Filtered water
1 cup of ice
and a Blender

Add all ingredients to blender
Fill up to ¾ of blender with water and add some ice
Blend and drink immediately to take advantage of the most nutrients
You can place the rest in the fridge and re-blend throughout the day. This should keep for up to 2 days in the fridge.
Drink and….love your liver!

The Bottom Line

Your liver is only capable of processing so many toxins in a given moment. Given the immense number of toxins out there in the world today, your liver simply can’t process them all. This leaves you vulnerable to their effects. The good news is that with these strategies, you can improve your liver’s detoxification efforts.
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