Liver Detox Complex – Fight Toxins With This Natural Cleanse
Our bodies work incredibly hard to keep us going.
Just think about it for one second. Right now, you’re sat down in your chair doing nothing at all. Ostensibly that is.
On the inside, your heart is beating 80 times a minute – forcibly pushing 5 litres of blood from your toes to your head and back again. Your stomach is churning, digesting your breakfast and your gut is squeezing all the nutrients out of last nights dinner.
Your liver, your poor old liver, gets none of the good stuff. Its job is to sort through all the stuff you shouldn’t have eaten, drunk, inhaled, or touched and keep it there until it can’t harm the rest of your system.
This isn’t even just about drinking. All those everyday pollutants from car fumes, cleaning products, and second-hand smoke are in there too. And when things get too much, your liver starts to turn to fat, this fat starts to scar and this process is called cirrhosis.
Luckily, the liver is blessed with a stunning capacity for self-regeneration. In fact, a healthy liver transplant doesn’t require either party to have a whole liver as it will actually grow back on its own.
But, we shouldn’t neglect the liver just because it can handle itself. This process only works if you really take care of it liver a whole lifetime and the best way to do that it with a natural herbal detox.
Our Liver Detox Complex is made up of 5 healthy ingredients that are essential for keeping this vital organ in tip-top shape.
Chicory root extract has exceptional liver detox properties.
This is because chicory is pretty much unique in the natural world for the manner in which it protects against chemical-induced free radicals.
A 2015 study showed that, by fighting these free radicals, chicory root extract significantly reduced oxidative stress. Thus preventing cell damage, and ultimately improving all-round liver conditions.
Choline is a macronutrient that’s imperative for healthy liver function.
It’s essentially similar in structure to a vitamin. Choline is an essential nutrient that is naturally produced in our bodies. But, when we’re sick – a little extra choline goes a long way towards making us feel better.
That’s because it helps detox the liver and drains out all the toxins that are stored in there. What’s more, choline is thought to fight fatty liver disease, promote normal brain development, nerve function, muscle movement, increase energy levels, and maintain a healthy metabolism.
What’s not to love?
Aside from being the No. 1 choice of topping for veggie pizzas across the globe, Artichoke is also a member of the milk thistle family.
Milk thistle has been used for centuries as a detox plant. In those days this was associated with fighting fever and ‘sweating out’ the illness.
Nowadays, we know for sure that artichoke can help control blood sugar levels, due to its cynarin content. Cynarin is a phenolic acid compound that experts believe is responsible for the production and transportation of bile.
These two functions are extremely important to the liver’s well-being. We need the bile to break up the toxins, but, because it is so powerful a substance, if the bile is not transported adequately to the gallbladder, the liver has an increased risk of being damaged.
Not very pretty but absolutely essential.
Dandelion root, just like artichoke, is an effective liver detox and also works to increase bile production.
This happens because dandelion naturally stimulates the liver. Especially in situations where the liver is somewhat damaged, dandelion can help to kickstart a sluggish or congested liver.
The roots also provide a very mild laxative effect and can be used to improve digestion as well!
Turmeric, and its active ingredient, curcumin, are among the plants of highest importance in the canon of ayurvedic medicine.
Curcumin is especially good for the liver as it is high in polyphenols.
Polyphenols are shown to help fight fatty liver disease. And, while the liver should contain no fat whatsoever, it has been shown that 1 in every 3 people in the UK has warning signs of Fatty Liver Disease.
For centuries this disease was only present in people battling alcoholism. However, the sad truth is that these days, the increase in fatty foods and refined carbohydrates in the everyday diet has brought this illness into the mainstream.
It could be worth taking the time to think about this ancient medicine as a cure to our failing 21st-century diets.