Purifying hundreds of liters of blood every day, she does a tremendous job, not to mention her other functions, such as the synthesis of bile, participation in biochemical and metabolic processes. The use of fatty foods, alcohol and drugs significantly increases the load on the digestive gland, so by the age of 40 for most people 20–50% of hepatocytes cease to function fully. It is recommended to clean the liver.
Signs of needing cleaning
These elements cannot be completely changed, and they remain in the yellow bladder (LB) and ducts. For decades, it gradually performs its functions. It simply affects the general condition of the person, because poorly purified blood contains many pathogens that have a detrimental effect on the immune system.
As a result, malaise develops. There is a gratuitous apathy, lethargy, absent-mindedness and fast fatigue. Inhibition of metabolic processes in which the liver is involved, causes a change in the skin condition: pigmentation spots, acne and acne appear. People with varicose veins or psoriasis are experiencing an exacerbation of the disease.
Thus, there are several basic signs that indicate the need for liver cleansing:
- exhaustion: insomnia, lethargy, irritability, mental decline and use of opportunities;
- pale skin, brittle nails and hair;
- the appearance of acne and increased skin diseases;
- bitterness in the mouth;
- when a person eats food;
- discomfort or soreness in the right side.
What is cleaning?
Currently, there are many methods of preventing hepatobiliary diseases, but it remains relevant. Immediately it should be noted that the term cleaning should be understood three types of procedures:
- choleretic cleansing is classic cleansing (according to Malakhov, according to Moritz, etc.) using vegetable oils and lemon juice, as well as gentle cleansing using choleretic decoctions and medicines (sorbitol, magnesia, mineral water, rosehip, etc.);
- cleansing from parasites – it can be a course of antiparasitic drugs or pure folk remedies with the help of bitter foods and pumpkin seeds;
- restoration of hepatocytes – the regeneration of liver cells is carried out with the help of hepatoprotectors: phospholipids, proteins, silymarin; can be used as synthetic drugs (Gepabene, Galstena, Silimar), and vegetable meal (milk thistle, artichoke).
Unfortunately, many believe that choleretic cleansing of the liver with oil is a panacea for all liver diseases. However, they will not be able to cure viral hepatitis and advanced cirrhosis, and they will not be able to restore the battered alcoholic liver either, and it is impossible to clean the gall bladders from stones in this way. If there is only sand and small stones in the wound that can easily pass through the sphincter, it is still relatively allowed. In order to carry out such a procedure, a preliminary surgical operation is required.
Reception of hepatoprotectors and anthelmintic drugs with the supply of a doctor has no contraindications. These are officially accepted methods of prevention and treatment of liver diseases. It is forbidden because they are forbidden to conduct when:
- calculous cholecystitis, cholelithiasis and the presence of large stones in the fever;
- exacerbations of infectious diseases;
- menstruation, pregnancy or lactation;
- gastric diseases (gastritis, ulcers);
- Feeling unwell.
To verify the presence of gallstones.
The first procedure, which is remembered with the word “tulb”, is choleretic cleansing using vegetable oil and lemon juice. It involves the use of 150-300 ml of oil for one day. There are many techniques for such procedures proposed by Malakhov, Moritz, Zalmanov, Agranovich, Semenova and other naturopaths. These procedures are related to the rate of oil consumption. It is the same as contraindications to it.
Consumption of 150–300 ml of vegetable oil per day has a pronounced choleretic effect and can adversely affect the functioning of the digestive tract.
It should be noted that the proposed procedure is a serious stress not only for the liver, but also for the stomach, pancreas and intestines. In order to minimize the side effects that cause side effects, naturopaths are advised to prepare or “soften” the body before the procedures. Complete refusal of alcohol and unhealthy fatty foods from 1 to 2 weeks before the procedures, as well as regular bowel cleansing with enemas and “steaming” in the bath or sauna. There is no need to cause complications from the liver and the liver.
However, naturopaths recommend sparing cleanliness of the liver.
In just a few weeks, in a few weeks, a procedure took place in which it was found that the acidity of the liver and the gastrointestinal tract occur. Regular consumption of extracts or drugs, enhancing the work of hepatocytes and enhancing the reduction of GF, stimulates the digestive process and contributes to the slow removal of toxins and toxins. To do this, you must give up bad habits, balance the diet and use meal or herbal decoction. Milk thistle, dandelion, artichoke, oat, dog rose and others have a pronounced choleretic effect.
Soluble magnesia and sorbitol are used to quickly and gently cleanse the liver. They are as effective as pure oil, but they have fewer contraindications and are more easily tolerated by the body.
Despite the fact that traditional methods of liver cleansing and choleretic drugs, doctors are confident that the digestive gland is a natural way. Research results confirm that proper nutrition actually provides healing effects. For example, daily use of the gallbladder from the sand and small stones. You can protect the hepatocytes from toxic effects. Regularly eating foods rich in potassium, you can start the process of regeneration of liver cells.
The most useful for the liver are such products:
- grapefruit and avocado – these fruits are rich in glutathione – a substance that enhances the synthesis of liver detoxification enzymes;
- apples – they are not just rich in vitamins and normalize the digestive process, they are also able to reduce cholesterol levels;
- pears – they contain the antioxidant phloretin, which blocks the biochemical processes leading to our alien cells;
- beet – this root crop is rich in betaine, which is responsible for the elimination of salts from the body – metals and other toxins;
- tomatoes – have a high content of lycopene – carotenoid, blocking the damage of hepatocytes by free radicals;
- Cauliflower, broccoli, whole grain cereals – these products act as an absorbent; they carry out the natural cleansing of the liver, remove toxins and remove them from the body;
- greens, onions and garlic – these foods should be consumed moderately, since, for example, garlic can reduce pressure, which is harmful in case of hypotension; however, as a result of liver toxins and parasites.
The best prevention of liver diseases is the enrichment of the daily diet with fruits and vegetables. And if you stop overeating, alcohol and fatty foods, then in a month your health, mood and appearance will improve thanks to a slow but effective recovery of the liver.