Liver Disease Symptoms


“Without wisdom, knowledge is either useless or destructive”
Mark Twain

Toxins are in the foods we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe. We are exposed to external toxins every day, including pollutants, pesticides, chemicals, caffeine, cigarette smoke, cosmetics, heavy metals, household cleaning products, pharmaceuticals, and many more. Internally our bodies produce waste byproducts as a result of normal metabolic function.

The liver is the main filter to your entire body. Most people change the oil and filter in their car every 5,000 miles. But they don't think twice about neglecting their body filter (liver) for an entire lifetime. Unlike a car filter, your liver is designed to detoxify and cleanse itself if it is giving sources it needs. But the liver can easily be overwhelmed and kept from performing its own self-detoxifying procedures. Additionally, your liver needs certain foods to perform this miracle. These foods are not the ones most people eat. The foods most helpful in cleansing and detoxifying the liver contain chemicals and enzymes which the liver uses in biochemical maneuvers to rid it of toxins.

Without these foods, most people find that their liver is overloaded. A toxic, congested liver leads to all kinds of health problems, not the least of which can be cancer. In fact, just about every cancer has its origins in the liver and/or the kidneys. All cancer cases are liver cases.

If the liver cannot keep up with its detoxifying duties, toxins, poisons, and heavy metals may end up being deposited in your tissues and fat cells. This type of bioaccumulation can also occur when your liver does not have the array of raw materials and nutrients it needs to perform its detox maneuvers.

  • Follicular cells use iodine from the blood to make thyroid hormone, which helps regulate a person’s metabolism.

  • C cells (also called parafollicular cells) make calcitonin, a hormone that helps control how the body uses calcium.

In this program you’ll find out:

  • Why we can’t lose weight if the liver is toxic

  • How liver produces a constant fatigue

  • How toxic liver leads to cognitive dysfunction

  • How toxic liver interferes with cellular communication

  • Why Chinese call the liver and kidneys the organs that "age"

  • How toxic liver produces allergic reactions

  • Why a toxic liver will have all kinds of digestive problems—sick, nauseous, diarrhea and constipation, hemorrhoids, gallbladder problems and stones, increased cholesterol levels, eyes, brain, fast aging and more.

  • Why a toxic liver leads to skin problems such as eczema, acne, hives, itching, and rashes.