Hey there, viewers. Are you trying to keep your body in shape? I know you’re fixated on your muscles, but you have to take care of your organs as well, your liver in particular. The liver helps your body digest food and get rid of toxins. If you’re not treating it right, it won’t be able to do its job. This results in liver failure. Luckily, your diet can help change that.
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Intro – 0:00
Spice up your life! – 00:30
Olive oil… Lots of it! – 01:22
Stink up your breath with some garlic. – 02:03
Go fishing. – 02:50
Don’t forget your veggies. – 03:35
Focus on eating more leafy green vegetables. – 04:19
Speaking of green, what’s your tea situation like? – 05:11
Not a tea drinker? Have some coffee! – 06:23
Go nuts! – 07:15
Have a little more avocado! – 07:57
Spice up your life!
I bet you didn’t think spices could be healthy for your organs. We often hear how bad spice can be for your insides. Well, that’s if you’re having too much of it. A little bit of it can do a lot for your liver. But it’s not just any spice.
Olive oil… Lots of it!
A lot of people see olive oil as another ingredient for their recipes. It often helps loosen up the pan so nothing gets stuck. Well, it does a whole lot more than that.
Stink up your breath with some garlic.
This is another food ingredient that can do a lot for the health of your liver. This is thanks to a special mineral known as selenium. Selenium triggers enzymes that flush all the toxins out of the organ.
When was the last time you had some good fish? It may not be your first choice, but fish can do a lot for you in the liver department. You see, fish is packed with something called Omega-3 fatty acids.
Don’t forget your veggies.
If you’re not already eating your vegetables, maybe this will convince you. Cruciferous vegetables will clean all the gross toxins out of your liver. Just so you know, cruciferous vegetables are veggies that are considered part of the “cabbage family”.
Focus on eating more leafy green vegetables.
If your usual cruciferous veggies include broccoli, then you’re on the right track. Over time, you’re going to need to add other kinds of green veggies to your diet. The most important are leafy greens.
Speaking of green, what’s your tea situation like?
If you’re increasing your vegetable intake, you may as well drink more green tea. It’s one of the more popular health drinks out there right now.
Not a tea drinker? Have some coffee!
It seems like the whole world is addicted to coffee these days. While most people drink it for the caffeine boost, they don’t realize the benefits it has on their liver.
In the mood for a snack? Well, how about replacing chips with a healthy bowl of nuts. Most of us already know nuts are healthy, but did you realize that eating nuts on the regular can lower your risk of liver disease?
Have a little more avocado!
If you’re looking for a healthy new fruit to eat, avocado is your best bet, especially when it comes to your liver.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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