Clean Your Liver Naturally With These 19 Super Foods

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Today we live in a world in which diseases are constantly on the rise, and this should not surprise us because the environment around us is extremely toxic i.e. our water, air, food etc.

An example of this is the bleach that is one of the most used cleaners in the world, but it can do a damage to the respiratory tract by inhaling the gases that it emits from being used.

One another example of this are the pesticides that are used on our food and that have been connected to many health ailments. Scientists have been in fear for a long time about our toxic environment. One research shows how toxins found in our surrounding can lead to many disorders, including autism.

The list continues and the point remains, you do have a choice. Instead of surrounding ourselves in a toxic environment, we can surround ourselves in a totally clean, natural and chemical free environment. Today the importance of detoxification is huge, and there are many ways to clean out our bodies and the organs from the extreme accumulation of toxic chemicals that retain over a long time.

The liver is a very important organ in the body

All this is about detoxing the largest gland of the body – the liver. Without this organ, a person can’t survive because it has many functions including, but not limited to:

  • Stores vitamins and iron
  • Detoxifying the blood in order to get rid of harmful substances like drugs, toxins, alcohol…)
  • Converts stored sugar to usable sugar in case the body’s sugar levels fall below the normal range
  • Breaks down hemoglobin and also insulin and many other hormones
  • Produces bile – a substance that is needed to digest fats
  • Destroys old red blood cells

The liver operates many vital functions, and because of that it is very prone to disease.

Clean your liver with these 19 foods

1. Tomatoes

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They have generous amounts of Glutathione that is a great detoxifier for the liver. Also the Lycopene in this food will protect against skin, breast and lung cancer.

2. Carrots and Beets

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Carrots are also rich in Glutathione – protein that helps in detoxifying the liver. The carrots and the beets are very high in plant-flavonoids and beta-carotene. If you eat carrots and beets that will help you to improve and stimulate overall liver function.

3. Spinach

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Spinach, used as a raw is a great source of glutathione that causes toxin cleansing enzymes of the liver.

4. Grapefruit

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Another great source of the glutathione is the grapefruit. This fruit is very high in antioxidants and vitamin C, boosts the production of the detoxification enzymes of the liver and increases the natural cleansing procedure of the liver.

5. Cabbage

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The ITCs or isothiocyanates made from the glucosinolates of the cabbage provides liver detoxifying enzymes that will help you to get rid of the toxins.

6. Citrus Fruits

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Lime and Lemons contain high amounts of vitamin C that helps stimulate the liver and support the synthesizing of toxic material into substances absorbed by the water.

7. Walnuts

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Walnuts are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, glutathione, and the amino acid arginine that support the normal cleansing actions of the liver, especially in detoxifying ammonia.

8. Turmeric

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The favorite spice of the liver is the turmeric that helps boost the liver detox by assisting enzymes that actively flush out the dietary carcinogens.

9. Apples

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This fruit is high in pectin and some other chemicals essential to release and cleanse toxins from the digestive system. Apples make it very easy for the liver during the cleansing process to handle the toxic load.

10. Avocados

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Avocado is the nutrient-dense superfood that helps the body in the production of glutathione.

11. Garlic

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Garlic is rich in sulfur that activates the enzymes in the liver, so it helps your body to flush out the toxins. Also, the garlic has high amounts of selenium and allicin – two natural products that support the liver cleansing.

12. Brussel sprouts

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They are high in antioxidant glucosinolate and sulfur that forces the liver to discharge the enzymes that block damage from dietary or environmental toxins.

13. Leafy Green Vegetables

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Green Veggies are very high in plant chlorophyll’s that increase bile production, absorb environmental toxins, neutralize chemicals, heavy metals and pesticides, so in that way, it lowers the burden on the liver.

14. Dandelion

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Dandelion root tea helps the liver in producing amino acids, breaking down fast and to get rid of the toxins in the body.

15. Asparagus

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Asparagus is a great diuretic that helps in the cleansing process and sharing the detox load on the kidneys and liver.

16. Cruciferous Vegetables

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Eating cauliflower and broccoli will increase the production of glucosinolate in the system and it that way it will help to flush out the carcinogens and any other toxins.

17. Olive Oil

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Cold-pressed organic oils like olive, flax-seed, and hemp are great support for the liver. They provide the body with a liquid base that can absorb the harmful toxins in the body.

18. Green Tea

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This tea is full of plant antioxidants known as catechins. Catechins are a compound that is known to assist liver function.

19. Alternative Grains

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Grains rich in gluten like the flour, wheat or some other whole grains, increase the load on the detox function of the liver and enzyme production. Choose alternative grains like millet, quinoa, and buckwheat.

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