Do you know that toxic liver leads to anger? Yes, you read that right. Experts in Chinese medicine have found a link between the biggest detox organ and your anger. Changing your lifestyle habits is a must, and that’s the only way to affect your mood and health positively.
Toxins block your ability to control or let go your anger. Toxic chemicals tend to accumulate in your body. We live in a toxic world flooded with plastic, and yes, we still use microwaves. Let’s not forget out Teflon coated pans, cigarettes, synthetic drugs, fried/processed food, etc.
Food-like products are packed with toxic chemical preservatives, glyphosate, GMOs and pesticides. We’re eating poison! Poor lifestyle and dietary habits can lead to immune deficiency, mood disorders, low mental performance, and cancer. It’s that serious.
We give you a few tips on how to cleanse your body and life a happy life.
- Lower the intake of added sugar and check up for any possible yeast overgrowth in your gut
Yeast turns on the fermentation process, and your body actually ferments food instead of digesting it. This results in bloating, gas, and even leaky gut syndrome. Toxins travel back to your brain and nervous system. Yeast overgrowth produces alcohol as a byproduct. Acetaldehyde gives you that “hangover” feeling. It damages liver, and blocks its regular elimination of pollutants, while increasing the toxicity of other toxins.
- Boost liver with plants
Have you ever used Milk Thistle and Dandelion Root? These are great for your liver. The extracts of this plants are safe and tolerable. There are minimal toxic or adverse effects confirmed in several clinical trials. Avoid using dandelion if you have a ragweed, iodine or latex allergy.
- Drink fresh Aloe Vera juice
Raw and organic Aloe Vera juice has an amazing effect on your digestive system. It seals any “holes” in your fut wall, enhances digestion, offers anti-inflammatory effect, boosts immunity, and cleanses your liver, skin and colon.
- Add more turmeric and black pepper to your food to boost the absorption of nutrients
Piperine in black pepper increases the bioavailability of food. It decreases the activity in the intestinal tract and inhibits the metabolism of some enzymes. Cook your food with a lot of turmeric and black pepper. This is a mighty duo, and it helps the body absorb more curcumin (active ingredient in turmeric).
It heals gut wall permeability thanks to its amazing anti-inflammatory power. It also enhances digestion, boosts immunity, treats asthma symptoms, accelerates the healing of wounds, prevents memory loss, controls diabetes, boosts the function of your liver, lowers bad cholesterol, and destroys abnormal cancer cells.
- Add liver-cleansing foods to your menu
Your liver will sure appreciate your efforts to eat more green leafy veggies, avocado, apples, garlic, olive oil, citrus fruit, beets, and cruciferous veggies.
- Consult an acupuncturist
Acupuncture has been helping people for thousands of years. It’s an excellent detox method that balances the liver meridians and reduces anger and other emotional/psychiatric issues. Experts apply a simple, needle-less acupressure on children.
Source: Collective Evolution