Our livers are one of the most hard-working organs in our bodies. Lucky for us, it flushes out all of the toxins by way of our bowel movements, and does so in a safe and healthy way!

But when the liver begins to be encased with fatty tissue due to our poor diets, it begins to malfunction dangerously. This means all of the toxins our body can’t deal with aren’t being regulated and eliminated as they once were.

That’s why it’s of the utmost importance to keep our livers fat-free and working properly!

Before your liver shuts down entirely, there are several warning signs that you need to pay attention to! According to Holisticole, these symptoms may indicate that your liver is seriously underperforming due to your diet:

– Chronic Fatigue

– Negative Emotions

– Brain Fog (Lethargy/Feeling Drained)

– Dull Headaches Improved with Rest

– Headaches/Migraines Behind Eyes

– Chronic Joint or Muscle Pain

– Excessive Perspiration

– Allergies

– Acne or Skin Conditions

– Gas

– Bloating

– Abdominal Pain

– Constipation


– Hormonal Imbalances

– Anxiety

– Depression

– Chemical Sensitivities

– Chronic Bad Breath

– Unexplained Weight Gain

These symptoms may seem generalized, but having more than three of them at a time could easily mean that your liver is struggling to do it’s job!

The good news is that if you catch an underperforming liver in time, you can bring it back to the healthy state it was once in with a handful of easy lifestyle changes.

Once you realize that it’s time to make a change, try implementing these important tips into your life:

Buy Organic: Avoid GMO other chemically engineered foods

Consume A Balanced Diet: High-quality proteins (both animal and produce), natural grains, fermented foods, healthy fats, as well as plenty of nuts and seeds

Avoid Unnecessary Oils: canola, corn, vegetable and sunflower oils

Drink Enough Water: To find out how much water you should drinking daily, take your weight in pounds, and divide it in half. This number is the amount of water your body needs in ounces.

Eat Lots Of Healthy Fats: Coconut oil, red palm oil, grass-fed butter, avocado, and hemp are all great for you

Stock Up On Fiber: Most people need at least 1.25 ounces of fiber daily. This can come from foods like chia seeds, artichokes, flax seeds, avocado, broccoli and brussels sprouts

Ditch The Refined Sugars: brown/white sugar, cane sugar, cane juice, cane juice crystals, beet sugar

Munch On Leafy Greens: These vegetables are packed full of magnesium, folate, vitamins C and B

Take It Easy With Alcohol: Try a healthy vice replacement like exercising or meditation

In addition to these helpful tools, several common foods and herbs do wonders for your liver! For one, globe artichokes are known to protect and support your liver function. At the same time, this powerful food item can help bile production and elimination!

When it comes to your health, Turmeric is actually one of the most scientifically tested herb. Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, is known to flush carcinogens out of your body with ease! This means that, after ingesting turmeric, you will experience even more protection against liver damage, and even regeneration of harmed liver cells.

Milk thistle may sound odd, but it works wonders for your liver! The active component in milk thistle, Silymarin, is an anti-fibrotic, anti-viral, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. This herb also protects liver cells from damage!

In addition to the items and lifestyle changes listed above, these foods can really make a difference.

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