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Why is the liver worth detoxing and supporting?

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The liver is one of our most crucial organs, performing over 500 functions. Like a miniature refinery, the liver converts carbohydrates, fats and proteins into substances essential for life. It exports and manufactures nutrients needed by other organs to function properly such as bile used by the intestines during digestion.

The liver also purifies our blood of toxic substances from food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe. If the liver is not functioning optimally, our body begins to store these toxins in our tissues.

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Over time, these toxins can weaken the immune system and contribute to the development of degenerative conditions.

Bile is made in the liver but stored in the gall bladder. Bile is produced in the liver from cholesterol. It is stored in the gallbladder which is situated just below the liver. The gallbladder is connected to the cystic duct which opens in the small intestine.

The gall bladder receives the bile from liver through the common bile duct which is formed by the union of two hepatic ducts. The bile is then concentrated to more than ten times in the gallbladder. It is released in to the small intestine in response to the stimulation by fatty food.

Bile's function is to breakdown fats into microscopic droplets. This emulsification helps digestion by increasing greater surface area for better absorption. Then the pancreas would produce pancreatic lipase to break down the fat into glycogen and fatty acids.

The herbs, botanicals, enzymes and nutrients in Transfer-Tox™ have been carefully selected to:
  • liver supportDandelion Root :

    Provide synergistic benefits to the liver which produce increased liver function.

  • liver supportApple and Citrus Pectin :

    Provide nutritional support for healthy gallbladder function.

  • liver supportBlack Currant Extract :

    Support the liver by allowing for more effective fat metabolism

  • liver supportSilymarin from Milk Thistle:

    Reinforcing liver function and relieving liver stress by enhancing the detoxification process.

The complexities of the liver:

The liver is the body's master chemist. It is used for fuel storage and refining, toxin filter, and poison control center. It performs some five hundred functions. The American Liver Foundation reports that more than 25 million people are afflicted with liver and gallbladder disease each year. The complexities of the liver make it susceptible to many different diseases including hepatitis, cirrhosis and liver cancer.

Your liver is your most important detoxification organ. So if you cleanse your liver, your health will improve.

To help keep your liver nourished try eating three to eight servings of vegetables on a daily basis.

The best veggies for the liver are leafy greens such as kale, chard, collards, beets and beet greens, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, and Brussels sprouts, are especially beneficial for the liver.

Add some fresh dandelion or chicory leaves to a salad they help support and detoxify the liver.