Is Your Liver the Cause of Your Health or Weight Problems?

Category: Blog, Videos • Dec 2 2021

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Is your liver the cause of your health or weight problem?


Did you know that your liver has more than 500 functions? The liver is one of the largest and most important organs in your body. It also has a crucial role in your body’s metabolic, detoxification, and immune system functions.

Your liver is responsible for breaking down fats, proteins, and carbohydrates and it excretes bilirubin, cholesterol hormones.  Your liver cleans your blood from harmful toxins that enter into your body.

Your liver is amazing!

Here are some symptoms you may have if your liver is causing your health or weight problem:

Liver: The Root of Your Poor Health

Pot belly – your fat collects in the abdomen and your belly is hard
Bad breath  – if toxins aren’t filter out of the liver it can cause bad breath
Smelly urine
Early morning insomnia – you sleep about five hours and wake up feeling tired, sluggish, achy
Brown age spots
Red dots on the surface of the skin
Arthritis – your joints hurt, your fingers hurt, the hands swell, the knees hurt
Pain in your head, neck, or shoulder – specifically on the right side. This is due to irritation of the phrenic nerve, which runs up the right side of                    your body. The irritation is due to your liver being inflamed.
Floating Stools – Your stool will float due to not having the fat broke down in the liver.

Taking care of your liver by having a healthy life style is the best way to avoid liver damage or disease.

Liver: The Root of Your Poor Health

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