The liver is the second largest organ in the body, with the skin coming in first place. With over 500 biochemical exchanges and responsibilities, you can only imagine how important it is to support our liver for detoxification and optimum health. How can we do this on a daily basis without feeling like it’s an inconvenience to our lifestyles?
Chocolate, pizza, pasta and ice cream. These are a part of the food pyramid, right? Well, they do exist, but for some of us we crave them constantly and have a difficult time making a break for healthier choices. What if I told you that it’s not all you, it’s them? Yes, you can apply the bad break-up line to your relationship with food, too.
Sounds delightful-doesn’t it? Although it’s not something we want to acknowledge outside of gut bacteria, the statement proves true. We have 10 times more bacteria in our body than we do cells. They are one of the most basic forms of life on this planet and they have a huge impact on our health.
Do you have symptoms with no solutions? Toxins bombard are everyday life and it’s no longer a matter of if we have toxic build-up, but how much. Many people struggle with chronic pain, chronic fatigue, brain fog, food allergies, autoimmune, hormone balances and so much more with no answer as to why. What if detoxing could restore your energy and help you get the person back you know and love?
Over the past year I have taken the opportunity to experiment with different diets, herbs, supplements and therapies to see what would be most beneficial to my body in the healing process. Here are the top 3 therapies I will continue to use and what benefits I received from them.
SIBO or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, is referring to the fact that some of those bad bacteria have migrated to the small intestine in the process of them overgrowing. The majority of all the bacteria in the gut are stored in the large intestine and so they are definitely in a place they should not be! This can cause a lot of additional health problems...
I looked up 'Vitamin deficiency, achy muscles' and multiple articles on Vitamin D flooded the page.
I started to question, 'Why am I not putting probiotics on my face too?!'
The body is a work of art, and exercise, food and perspective are the artists.