What part of your body does this?
It deactivates drugs – without it, a few ounces of alcohol could keep you drunk for life; a moment’s adrenaline rush would go on and on; pharmaceuticals would never stop altering your body chemistry.
It helps life-sustaining nutrients to get to your cells.
It converts food into nutrients.
It stores fats, sugars, iron, and vitamins for later use by the body
It is the most amazing juggler in existence – creating and balancing over 13,000 chemicals and hormones.
It keeps your blood sugar levels within a safe margin and balances vitamins and minerals so your bones will stay strong and won’t deteriorate.
It clears out inhaled, swallowed, or absorbed (through the skin) toxins, chemicals, and pollution. Without this constant detoxification of waste and toxins, you’d be dead in less than a day.
It works 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and doesn’t take off for holidays.
With the exception of your skin, it is the largest organ in your body and performs more than 500 functions to keep you healthy.
If you guessed your liver……… go to the head of the class.
When your liver is not functioning properly you may feel sluggish and possibly nauseous. Many of your organs are affected by an unhealthy liver – your eyes can be bloodshot, you can have bad breath, abdominal bloating, poor digestion, fatigue, a coated tongue, a sluggish metabolism, excessive body heat, sugar cravings, and inability to lose weight. A sluggish liver stresses the kidney, heart, and brain.
This is one very important organ.
An important way to keep your liver healthy is to make sure your spine is healthy. Why? Because your liver, as well as your other organs, needs constant communications from your spine. A subluxation could block essential communications between your brain and body, potentially affecting liver function.
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