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Monday, 16 May 2016

Tips on How to Cleans Your Liver and Kidney

  Liver and kidney cleansing boil down to basic diet changes and some health-enhancing supplements. however radical cleanses, such as coffee enemas; master cleanses using cayenne pepper, lemon juice, and maple syrup; and liver flushes using olive oil and Epsom salts are definitely not recommended, because they will definitely send people in hospital emergency rooms.

Guidelines for any cleansing program
 There are really no good tests to see if a liver or kidney flush is complete, but most people can tell it’s time to stop by the way they feel. Symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, abdominal discomforts, and skin problems should all be improved. Headaches and weakness may be early signs of detoxification and are not a reason to stop any cleanse. A cleanse should be stopped if more serious symptoms occur, such as vomiting, fever, or severe abdominal pain.

Both liver and kidney cleanses can be optimized by avoiding food allergens. Ask your natural health care practitioner about conducting food allergy testing before starting any specific dietary regime.
Foods to support any cleansing program
  •     artichokes
  •     asparagus
  •     garlic
Below are What you need to Know for Liver and Kidney Cleansing.

.Signs a liver cleanse is needed
  •     overweight or suffering from obesity
  •     chronic fatigue or just feeling out of sorts
  •     diabetes or hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
  •     nausea or other chronic digestive symptoms
  •     gallstones
  •     hepatitis
  •     thyroid condition
  •     psoriasis
  •     high cholesterol readings
  •     trouble sleeping for no apparent reason
  •     heavy use of alcohol, drugs, or anabolic steroids
  •     regular use of birth control pills, or hormone replacement therapy
  •     food, chemical, and environmental allergies
  •     fibromyalgia or autoimmune disorders

.Raw foods to support liver cleansing
  •     apples
  •     beets
  •     broccoli
  •     brown rice
  •     Brussels sprouts
  •     cabbage
  •     caraway seeds
  •     carrots
  •     dandelion
  •     oat bran
  •     onions
  •     spinach
  •     tomatoes
  •     walnuts
  •     herbs and spices such as turmeric, cinnamon, and licorice
Below are the Approaches for Liver and Kidney Cleansing-

1.Liver cleansing
  To flush the liver, avoid animal products and eat mainly high-fibre fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and legumes (see “Raw foods to support liver cleansing” below). Drink 6 to 12 cups (1.5 to 3 L) of filtered or healthy spring water daily because it helps flush out toxins. Avoid saturated fats, refined sugar, and alcohol. Enjoy vegetable juices such as beets, celery, and carrots, but do not focus the diet solely on these juices, as not everyone will find a juice-based cleanse to be convenient. If possible, make use of the far infrared sauna every two or three days to safely remove stored toxins from the body.

Signs a kidney cleanse is needed
  •     kidney stones
  •     water retention or edema
  •     recurrent bladder or kidney infections
  •     frequent use of prescription or over-the-counter analgesics, especially acetaminophen
  •     type 2 diabetes
foods to support Kidney cleansing
  • Algae products such as spirulina, chlorella, and blue green algae
  • bananas
  • celery
  • cucumbers
  • legumes and seeds
  • papaya
  • parsley
  • potatoes
  • pumpkin
  • prouts
  • watercress
  • watermelon

2.Kidney cleansing

  Drink adequate amounts of water (8 cups or 2 L of filtered or healthy spring water daily) to flush out unwanted waste and improve circulation to the organ.
  Follow a low-protein diet as much as possible, especially avoiding animal protein of any kind, including milk, dairy products, eggs, poultry, fish, and seafood, as these foods are high in phosphorus and encourage calcium deposition. Also avoid rhubarb, chocolate, and all caffeinated products, as these foods increase calcium oxalate or uric acid in the kidneys and could elicit a kidney stone attack in susceptible people.

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