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Liver Cleanse

Curcumin is the primary active ingredient in turmeric. Turmeric is a yellow-orange spice that's well-known as a prominent ingredient in Indian cuisine, but it also offers potent therapeutic benefits. Curcumin is the pigment responsible for turmeric's brilliant golden color and many of its health benefits. Curcumin is a potent antioxidant that soothes irritated tissue, supports wound healing, resists harmful organisms, and helps maintain the gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, and immune systems.[1] (more…)

To understand liver cleansing, it's necessary to understand the function of the liver is to process toxins. If a liver running at 60% efficiency is leaving 40% of toxins unprocessed to accumulate in and float around, what effect do you think that has on your body? (more…)

Your liver is responsible for processing toxins in the body, so you’ll want to keep it working at its best. Sometimes, though, diet or lifestyle can catch up to you. If that happens, a liver cleanse becomes necessary. With a cleanse, you’ll certainly get rid of all that toxic buildup, but there are lots of other perks as well. (more…)

You may consider dandelion as a type of weed, but its root has a long history of therapeutic use. Dandelion has been used since ancient times for its healthful properties and support for liver complaints.[1] In Korean herbal medicine dandelion has been used to improve energy levels and health.[2] It is generally accepted by many people in Mexico, and elsewhere in the world, that natural plants have beneficial effects. Indeed, research has shown that compounds in plants have pharmacokinetic effects.[3] Dandelion, long speculated to have antioxidant activity and hepatoprotective properties, […]

Chicory root has a long history of providing support to liver concerns. Ancient Romans used the herb to help cleanse the blood. Egyptians were known to consume chicory root in large amounts to help purify the liver and the blood. It’s popular today as a caffeine-free replacement for coffee- you may have tried it if you’ve visited New Orleans. (more…)