Love Your Liver
More About Your Liver... surprising results
Possibly one of the biggest contributing factors towards liver stress for
many people, is the practice of eating fruit for breakfast. One study,
involving two hundred hypoglycemic adults found that when these people
ate protein for breakfast they did not suffer from wide blood sugar swings
during the day. Meat source protein gave the best results. The people in
this study were watched closely throughout the day, blood was drawn
periodically, their bosses rated them for productivity, they rated themselves
for energy levels and mood swings, and their spouses rated their moods and
energy at the end of the day. When fruit or simple carbohydrates were eaten
for breakfast the results were the poorest.
The liver was always highly regarded by ancient herbalists, and specific
plants were found to benefit this important organ. However, certain effective
herbs were harsh, so mild modifying herbs were included with them.
Although no person is exactly like another, certain basic principles apply to
all. Using this foundation, the Chinese and other cultures developed their
own formulas, some of which are still available today.
LIVER BALANCE is such a combination. It was known as Tiao He, and is included
in a new cleansing program called by that name. It has traditionally been
used to treat depression, nervous and muscular tension, gallstones, hepatitis,
hypoglycemia, anemia, gastric ulcers, inflammatory skin conditions,
migraines and PMS. All of these problems are related to liver
Helpful Liver Habits
• Drink room temperature water with fresh squeezed lemon first thing in the morning (with your probiotics if need be).Hydration of 2L (6-8 glasses) of good water per day is sufficient for most people (Celtic or Evian are good - check the water pH... ideal between 7.0 and 7.5) . Remember that other fluids such as juice or tea do not replace drinking plain water.
With continuous attacks upon the liver from chemicals, pathogens, parasites, and unpleasant emotional situations, learning about the liver and how to take care of it has to be one of the greatest topics in the field of health. Your liver is where you live.
This information is for educational purposes only. Consult with a qualified health practictioner for all serious or persistant illness. Copyright © 1999 by Robinson & Horne, L.C., P.O. Box 1028, Roosevelt, UT 84066. This material may be duplicated for educational purposes only (not for resale) provided it is not altered in any way.
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