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We live in a toxic environment, where the foods we eat, the air we breathe, and even the water we drink are contaminated by chemical products. This is, no doubt, the cause for serious diseases.
Did you know that all this toxicity overloads our liver?
You probably don’t even think about it, but you should know that the liver is one of the most complex organs of our body and deserves a lot of care.
After all, it works as a filter and has more than 200 functions. One of them is eliminating everything toxic from our bodies.
So, if the liver doesn’t work correctly, nothing else in our body will.
It is necessary to know how to choose our foods so we can offer more energy to the liver and lessen its overload whenever we exaggerate in the consumption of fat, alcohol, or toxic foods.
Also, did you know that the liver can regenerate itself?
To help you with this, we made a list with 7 steps to follow to regenerate your liver.
1. Eat artichoke
2. Drink lemon water
3. Eat apples
4. Drink boldo tea
5. Include milk thistle in your routine
6. Include malate magnesium in your supplements
7. Sleep before 11 P.M.
So, if you have liver issues, follow these 7 steps to regenerate your liver and have a much better quality of life!
Try it, then share your opinion with us.
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