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Tips on how to support your liver during detoxification

The detoxification organs in our body include the liver, colon, skin and lymphatic system. In this blog article, I focus specifically on the liver and share with you simple actions you can take to support this organ. Our liver has the important task of neutralizing and rendering harmless a large number of different toxins on a daily basis. These include, for example, drugs, pesticides, alcohol or additives from food. The liver also plays an important role in women's health. Although the liver does not produce active hormones, it nevertheless has a decisive influence on our hormone balance. If the liver is overloaded, it can no longer perform its important tasks properly and the entire hormone system can become unbalanced.

For example, the hormone estrogen is broken down in the liver, and if this breakdown does not function smoothly, too much estrogen remains in the body. Estrogen dominance is one of the most common hormone disorders in women. The stress hormone cortisol is also broken down in the liver and if this process does not work properly, too much of this stress hormone has a significant impact on other hormone systems.

To support and maintain healthy liver function, I share with you holistic measures that you can easily incorporate into your daily routine: 1. A healthy alkaline-surplus diet with as little sugar and alcohol as possible, as well as moderate amounts of animal protein, is the be-all and end-all when it comes to liver support. 2. In the relief of liver complaints ginger and garlic are also very useful. For example, they help the liver to eliminate heavy metals. In addition, garlic is one of those spices that boost fat metabolism and affect the formation of cholesterol.

3. Kitchen herbs, such as coriander, oregano, rosemary and thyme can be easily integrated into the diet and support liver function. Coriander is said to help with heavy metals in the body.

4. Bitter substances ensure that the digestive power is supported and the liver is relieved. Bitter substances can be found in all bitter-tasting foods (such as artichoke, yarrow or dandelion). Some of these medicinal plants with built-in "liver protection" grow right outside your door. However, you can also use bitter substance preparations that are available as teas, powders, tabs or drops.

5. Provide regular exercise to promote the elimination of harmful substances and support the liver in its detoxification activity.

6. reduce stimulants such as alcohol, nicotine, caffeine and unnecessary synthetic substances, e.g. from cosmetics or household cleaners, as well as artificial fragrances and artificial hormones.

Which tip are you going to implement?

Yours Jana Noel 🤍

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