Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Natural way to lower liver enzymes and cleanse liver

Liver damage can begin with very few signs or symptoms. However, once the enzymes in our liver become elevated, health issues will follow quickly in the form of hepatitis, cirrhosis, or fatty liver disease.

Here are some easy lifestyle changes we can make to protect liver and lower liver enzymes
One of the quick wins that we can do is stop drinking alcohol. It’s already difficult enough for the liver to process alcohol. That’s why, if we imbibe a little too much and too often, our liver will suffer damage. The best thing we can do to lower high liver enzymes is to stop drinking alcohol.
The second thing that we can do is lessen exposure to toxins. Environmental toxins, such as chemical cleaners, sunscreens, personal hygiene products, perfumes, detergents, disinfectant or paint fumes, and even second hand cigarette smoke contain dangerous additives that will damage our liver.
The third thing that we can do is cut processed foods such as boxed, pre-prepared foods that contain excess sodium and refined sugar. A quick path to a healthier liver is to cut these completely from our diet and opt for fresh and whole foods instead. When you’re craving sugar, look for natural alternatives, like honey or Stevia.

We should eat whole foods and focus our diet on organic, whole foods with no added preservatives. We should make it a habit to do the bulk of your shopping around the grocery store’s exterior—in the fresh produce section—as opposed to the inner aisles where the shelved, processed foods are kept.
Also we should detox with natural herbs. One such herbal product is Kamalahar which is very effective in liver cleansing.


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