Toxins Stored In Your Fat Cells Are Making You Fat And Swollen. Here’s How To Cleanse Them






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If you experience occasional constipation or loose stools, see mucus in your stools, it may be a symptom that your detoxification and assimilation pathways are compromised, so you will need to avoid certain foods, or eat certain foods to maintain regular elimination.
Furthermore, if you feel that a heavy or high-fat content meal just sits in your stomach or you get nauseous or experience pain after that meal, it is a sign that your bile flow is compromised and you are likely storing toxic fats.
Therefore, in order to address these issues, you need to follow certain rules and accept certain suggestions in order to help your body system combat these harmful influences.
Ayurveda maintains that you need to support the health of the skin of the intestinal tract, flush the lymph, and de-stagnate the bile and liver in the case of this kind of problems. There are many suggested ways to aid your body and cleanse it from toxins and other harmful chemicals that we are constantly exposed to.
Namely, there are certain foods that are extremely beneficial in cleansing your liver and restore its proper function, including garlic, grapefruit, beets, carrots, green tea, green leafy vegetables, apples, olive oil, avocados, alternative grains, cruciferous vegetables, lemons, limes, walnuts, cabbage and turmeric.
This is one of the most effective ways to cleanse your liver and bile and restore their proper function:
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Liver and gall bladder cleansing recipe
Ingredients:
– 1 big grapefruit, or 3 lemons
– 4 tablespoons of Epsom Salts
– ½ Cup of Virgin Olive Oil
– Apple juice or malic acid supplements (optional)
Directions:
It is important, that you eat as many apples, or drink as much apple juice as you can for 4-5 days before your cleansing treatment. Also, you can take malic acid supplements. In the last 2 days, drink 8 Oz of apple juice every 2-3 hours. In this way, you will ensure the success of the cleansing procedure.
After this, on the first day of your cleansing procedure, eat a light breakfast with no fat. Thus, you will enable the bile in your liver to accumulate, putting pressure on your liver. This pressure will eliminate more stones in your liver.
1. At 2:00 PM, the same day, mix 4 tablespoons of Epsom salts in 3 cups of water, and pour the mixture in a jar. Store the jar in the fridge to cool. Do not drink or consume any foods after 2 PM.
2. At 6:00 PM, drink 3/4 cup of the previously prepared mixture. Its taste may be unpleasant for you, so you can add 1/8 tablespoons of powdered Vitamin C to improve the flavor.
3. At 8 PM, drink another 3/4 cup of this mixture. Get all your errands done, and prepare for the liver flush. It is extremely important to note that you shouldn’t do anything after doing a liver cleanse, just lying down and sleeping.
4. At 9:45 PM, pour 1/2 cup of virgin olive oil into a jar. Squeeze the entire grapefruit into the mix, removing the pulp with a fork, or chopsticks. You should have 1/2 to 3/4 cups of grapefruit juice mixed with the virgin olive oil the jar. Close the jar, and shake it very hard until it is all liquid.
5. At 10 PM, drink this mixture. Try to consume the whole mixture in 5 minutes.
After this, lay down in your bed. Lay on your right side, with your right knee up towards your chin for 20 or so minutes. Stay still, and do not move at all, if possible. Try to sleep.
The next morning, when you wake up, drink a third dose of your 3/4 cup Epsom salts, and you can go to sleep again after that. Drink the last dose of the mixture with Epsom salts two hours later. Only after 2 more hours can you eat anything, but do not eat solid fruits just yet. You can start with liquids, and move slowly to fruit.
This cleansing detox procedure is extremely effective. Remember, you are the only one responsible for your own health, so help your body when in need!
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The following are the symptoms of a congested GALT affecting the lymphatic system:
– Bloating
– Breast swelling and tenderness during the menstrual cycle
– Holding extra weight around your belly
– Hypersensitivities
– Skin irritations or itching
– Joint stiffness
– Swollen hands and feet
– Elimination concerns
– Occasional headaches
The intestinal villi (grass-like mucus membranes) can be damaged by numerous factors, such as diet and stress, which can compromise the function of the bowels.
The intestinal villi can even dry out in the case of excessive stress, and lead to occasional constipation. A history of constipation can dry out these villi and force them to produce reactive mucus.
When the mucus is excessive, the stools could appear normal (1-3 regular bowel movements a day), but you could still be bloated, unhealthy or carrying extra belly weight.
If the mucus is even more excessive, the stools can become more frequent, looser and diarrhea-like. However, note that in the case of mucus in your stool, you should immediately address the issue. It signifies that the villi become congested and bogged down in the excess mucus.
In this case, the process of breaking down of toxins is blocked by the delivery of good fats, excretion of toxic fats, the normal immune response, and the health of the intestinal skin. Normally, the neutralization of toxins absorbed into the lymph is performed by immune-boosting white blood cells in over 500+ lymph nodes in the lymphatic system.
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Yet, if the mucus is excessive, it may not happen and the toxins are directed back to the liver.
In order to prevent the toxins from defaulting back to the liver, a delicate balance of the mucus membranes of the intestinal tract should be achieved, they should not be too dry or too wet. The intestinal villi may also be compromised by some other factors, including stress, worry, processed food, coffee, soft drinks, food additives, and hyperacidity.
Moreover, the optimal bile flow from the liver is extremely important for our health, as the bile gobbles up fats and acts as the great immune system responder in the digestive tract.
It will gobble up heavy metals, parasites, pesticides, bad bacteria, and numerous other chemicals that can harm our body. In the case of plenty of fiber in the diet, the heavily loaded bile will be taken to the toilet.
On the contrary, if the diet is deficient in fiber, up to 94% of the bile gets reabsorbed back to the liver to be recycled, along with its toxins. Therefore, the liver can become overwhelmed as it is not expecting the return of these toxic fat cells.
Consequently, the liver can become congested over time and the bile can turn thick and sludgy, making it more difficult to break down the fat-soluble toxins, as it will be unable to buffer the stomach acids that start to enter the small intestine.
The acid irritates the villi, and leads to a production of more congestive, reactive mucus. This can also block the flow of pancreatic enzymes into the small intestine, and since the pancreas shares the common bile duct with the gallbladder, and when the flow is blocked or sluggish, the digestive process can be compromised.


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