Many factors determine whether the liver performs its critical functions well. Too much pressure on the liver from overeating, too much rich or poor-quality food, environmental stresses, overwork or emotional stress can cause liver overload, leading to a decreased ability to clear toxins and hormones and manufacture bile.
Support Liver Health
Start your morning with fresh lemon juice in water; this helps flush and
decongest the liver and the kidneys.
Eat beets or drink beet and vegetable juice regularly. Beets are an
excellent liver cleanser.
Chlorophyll drinks (available at health food shops) can be used regularly
to aid in liver cleansing.
High quality protein foods are necessary to restore and sustain the liver.
Free-range eggs, fish, raw nuts and seeds and whole grains are
Nutritional antioxidants such as vitamin E, zinc and selenium are essential
for protecting the liver from free radical damage.
Liver restoration also requires plenty of fresh air, exercise, adequate rest,
natural foods and plenty of pure water daily. Despite popular belief, other
liquids do not count toward the required water intake.