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4 Things To Assist With A Successful Liver Cleanse

Updated on October 17, 2011

The liver is the top detoxifying organ in the human body making it essential it is working properly. The slightest malfunction can mean the worst for you and your body. What many people do not realize is the toxins the liver helps get rid of also attack the liver in turn. This causes the liver to become congested making it difficult to get rid of large amounts of toxins.

Because of this, you need to flush out the harmful toxins completely with a liver cleanse. A liver flush will help wash out the small stones and crystals from the liver. Prior to going through with this it is also necessary for you to go through with a colon-cleanse and kidney-cleanse as well. Once you have done this you will be ready for a liver cleanse.

It is vital you perform a liver detoxification frequently in your life to fully remove the toxins from your bloodstream. It is imperative you do this often especially if you constantly consume fast food or a large amount of alcohol. Luckily it is fairly simple to do a liver cleanse.

One of the things you need to cleanse your liver is apple juice and lots of it. Prior to flushing your liver you will want to drink a lot of apple juice for up to five days. The reason apple juice is beneficial is because it contains malic acid which contributes to loosening stones and other pieces of debris attached to the walls of the liver tubules.

Next, Epsom salt in water or fruit juice can help relax your muscles and sooth them in the bile duct. This will allow large particles that would otherwise cause pain flow through smoothly. It will make the liver cleanse a much easier process altogether.

Virgin olive oil is next up on the list as it helps the gall bladder and the bile duct contract with force. The bile duct is where the liver waste runs, so the virgin olive oil makes it easier for the big particles to push through any tight areas that it might otherwise get trapped.

Lastly, you will want to have a large grapefruit or a few lemons. Add olive oil and the juice these fruits will help everything flow smoothly to reduce the chance of nausea. As the oil reaches the small intestine it will help carry away the various debris and stones from the liver.

By applying these techniques into your plan, the overall process of flushing your liver can be a simple and pain-free procedure. If you have never gotten a liver cleanse it is imperative you take the time to do so because it can make a huge difference to your health.

By applying the techniques mentioned in this article into your plan, the overall process of flushing your liver -liver cleansing- can be a simple and pain-free procedure. If you have never gotten a liver cleanse it is imperative you take the time to do so because it can make a huge difference to your health.

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      Bernadine Culley 

      5 years ago

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      With thanks! Awesome information!.

      Superb stuff, With thanks!

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      colonox 

      10 years ago

      Thanks for taking time and doing research on this subject i've been reading a lot about colon cleansing and using ColonOX

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      zakia zafri 

      10 years ago

      Excellent site and good information. I am ready to begin my cleanse this will help me to follow the steps.

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      beths nutrition 

      10 years ago

      You know, I'd never heard of a liver cleanse before. I know it's the place that our bodies end up dumping toxins, I just didn't know that there was anything you could do about it. At least not without a doctor and a hospital and maybe a transplant. I've heard of people getting new livers when theirs were just too toxic.

      But this sounds so simply and healthy! I've heard each of the ingredients recommended individually to make you healthier, just not all put together like that. I know I feel a lot better after drinking a lot of apple juice. I'll have to try this. Thanks!

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