The Most Important Organ
The liver is among the most important organs in your body and is essential for survival. It is the largest internal organ and serves as the body’s filter. More importantly, it supports almost every organ in the body. So how exactly do you take care of this powerhouse? Very simply. First off, do not smoke or drink excessively – alcohol alone can potentially hurt the liver so badly that the damage becomes irreversible. Steer clear of overly-processed and fried foods and also limit your intake of medications containing acetaminophen, such as Nyquil and Excedrin. Essentially, the same adjustments you would make to lead a healthy lifestyle are the same to maintaining a healthy liver. The everyday choices you make will ultimately determine how well you are in the future. Choose wisely.
“More than 95% of all chronic disease is caused by food choice, toxic food ingredients, nutritional deficiencies and lack of physical exercise.” – Mike Adams