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Are you in a big hurry to do a liver cleanse?
Are you eager to get started fasting on gallons of lemon water, and/or imbibing copious amounts of (ack!) epsom salts?
Or maybe swallowing 16 ounces of olive oil in the space of a few hours (just to check if your gag reflex works)?
Before you dive head first into some regimen you may have read about on the internet, make sure you are well informed.
Here's how to prepare your body, so your cleansing experience will go as smoothly as possible!
Liver cleanse will be easier and more effective if you do some knowledgeable preparation.
Liver cleanse starts when you begin to clean up your diet and lifestyle.
For at least two months: Fresh, wholesome, nutrient-rich diet. Moderate, balanced program of nutritional supplementation. Regular, well-rounded exercise program. Sufficient good quality sleep.
Next... The third month or two, begin adding some form of colon cleansing, such as increasing your intake of fiber-rich vegetables and fruits, or perhaps having a few colon hydrotherapy sessions to jump-start your detox.
This is important colon MUST be able to EFFICIENTLY eliminate whatever toxins are released during a liver cleanse.
Detoxification is MUCH easier on your body with a well-functioning bowel!
As well, some kidney cleansing may be needed. My morning ten minute cleanse done consistently, is a good way to begin detoxifying your kidneys.
It is important to know that unless your colon and kidneys are functioning efficiently, a liver cleanse could make you miserable.
The liver empties toxins into the small intestine via the gall bladder.
Eventually, toxins must be eliminated through the colon. If your colon is clogged, the toxins back up into the bloodstream giving you a headache, fatigue and other possible symptoms.
Toxins are eliminated through the kidneys as well as the bowel. The kidneys are more delicate than many other organs. The cleaner your colon, the less toxins your kidneys will need to deal with.
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