Cleansing the liver and gall bladder, how to do it head on?

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Cleansing the liver and gallbladder of gallstones is a lengthy process. However, the procedure itself does not take much time. It should be approached responsibly and with full seriousness. Nowadays, it can be assumed that almost every person carries from one thousand to almost twenty thousand gallstones in the liver.

This, of course, depends on the degree of poisoning of the body as well as the diet. It is the excess sugar in the diet as well as overeating that are the reasons for the rapid growth of gallstones in the liver. As for the gallbladder, stones take years to form there. It should be remembered that the liver is the most important and largest gland, it performs hundreds of different functions: cleanses the blood, produces cholesterol which is important for the construction of human body cells, bile and hormones. It produces up to 1.5 liters of bile per day, which is responsible for the proper digestion of proteins and fats and also the absorption of certain vitamins and calcium. Proteins produced in the liver are the basic building blocks of neurotransmitters, hormones, genes, eliminates harmful substances,bacteria, parasites, etc.

Take care of your belly!
Take care of your stomach!

The liver fundamentally affects the proper functioning of all parts of our body and the presence of gallstones can only worsen it. The presence of stones causes blockages, with the result that bile, which removes many toxic substances, cannot get out of the liver, which consequently leads to liver disease, poor work of the large intestine and, consequently, diseases of the digestive, circulatory and respiratory systems. Gallstones are also one of the causes of diseases of the bones, joints, skin and reproductive system.

So how to recognize that we have gallstones in the liver if even an ultrasound of the liver will not show anything because it can not show anything, only a significant enlargement of the liver or a high concentration of bilirubin in the blood indicates that things are going wrong. Dark circles under the eyes indicate bad work of the kidneys and therefore the liver, bags under the eyes, white or yellow coating on the tongue, cracked tongue, indicating bad work of the intestines due to too little bile, vision problems, reddened whites of the eyes, lack of shine of the eyes, constantly red nose, hair loss on the top of the head is the result of bad work of many organs, transverse wrinkles on the nose, hair growth between the eyebrows, skin pimples, etc.

Learn how to take care of your liver and gallbladder
Find out how to take care of the liver and gall bladder

So it is very important to cleanse the liver of gallstones at least once in a lifetime with a series of usually about 12 flushes every 2-3 weeks one. After that, you can do such flushes only once or twice a year. However, if one does not make too many dietary mistakes and one’s diet is well-balanced, such flushes can be done much less frequently.

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