Detox Your Liver
The liver filters all of the blood in the body and breaks down poisonous substances such as alcohol. The liver also produces bile, a fluid that helps digest fats and carry away waste.Not only does your liver act as a giant filter for all of your blood - removing toxins (found in the environment and in the medications you take), allergens, harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites - it's also involved in the production of enzymes, hormones, and special proteins necessary for blood clotting. Anything that is eaten or consumed is filtered by the liver. It’s main job is to cleanse the blood passing through, before distributing it to the rest of the body. The liver has over 500 distinct roles and is therefore a very important organ for overall health. By detoxing, you are keeping the liver working properly. You can do this by eating foods such as: Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, arugula, collards, most dark greens, garlic, leeks, chives, and onions.
However, the liver has two phases of detoxification. Supporting both phases is vital!
Sulforaphane is a natural plant compound found in many of the mentioned vegetables.. It helps remove toxins from the body. Then, by incorporating Glutathione, the molecules will bind onto toxins so they become water soluble, removing them from the liver, lungs, intestines, and kidneys. This also helps eliminate fat soluble toxins and heavy metals. While many detox treatments on the market start phase one of the detox process, the second half isn’t supported and ultimately those toxins can not pass, meaning toxins are floating around in your body with nowhere to go, causing more harm than good.
Now that we know what elements are needed to successfully cleanse our liver, we need to think about maintaining a healthy way to keep your system clean. At Green Balance Nutrition, our revolutionary product, Belly Blast utilizes the garlic bulb, cayenne pepper, and green tea to allow your body to absorb the full benefits of losing weight but more importantly keeping it off.