A healthy liver is necessary for a healthy body. as it assists with Digestion, the smooth running of the lymphatic system, regulating blood sugar, and having a healthy and glowing skin. The liver works to filter out toxins, so keeping your liver in tip-top shape is so important to keep your body functioning properly. Especially if you suffer from Crohn's disease.
HOW DO I CLEAN IT?
I am actually not a fan of a detox. It can put a lot of stress on your body. Even more so if you suffer from Crohn's disease. I believe the symptoms associated with a detox may be too severe for us and we already have enough to deal with symptom wise on a day to day basis.
SO, WHAT DO I DO?
So the key to a healthy liver is to maintain its harmony and balance. Keep it healthy rather than try to get it healthy. Here are some foods and supplements that will help the liver do its work better.
Below is a Liver Cleansing Juice via The Blender Girl
Liver Cleansing Beet Carrot Apple Ginger Juice.
This beet carrot apple ginger juice is sweet and delicious, and loaded with nutrients to help to build healthy blood, and clear toxins from the bowels.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 (16-ounce glass or 480ml approx)
Author Tess Masters
Photo by Trent Lanz; styling by Alicia Buszczak
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Yours in Health and Wellness
My Crohn's Doctor
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