It’s Not Too Late for a Liver Detox and Gallbladder Cleanse
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Nature cure doctors all agree that spring is the best time of year to detoxify your body. The optimal time is mid-March through April. But, it’s not too late in May and early June to detox your liver and flush your gallbladder.
Even as the pandemic winds down in the US, lots of us are still sequestering and working from home. Being homebound is tough when the weather is warming, and new leaves are filling the trees. But, it’s an ideal time to work on your health. It’s a healthy way to end this pandemic.
You don’t have to do a 30-day cleanse. Try a long weekend intensive or even one day a week for a month.
Here are some tips to help you regenerate your organs and tissues through cleansing.
Focus On Liver-Friendly Foods:
• Beets and beet juice
• Cruciferous vegetables and cabbage juice
• Dandelion greens and other bitter leafy vegetables like arugula
• Garlic and onions
• Green tea
• Wheat and barley grass juice
Choose organic foods, locally grown if possible, and cooked fresh. Go raw vegan for a few weeks. Or try a 50/50 cooked/raw foods diet. Eggs are allowed if you aren’t able to go completely vegetarian.
Fresh juices are an essential part of your cleanse. Drink an 8-ounce glass of juice twice daily.
Liver & Gallbladder Detox Juice Recipe:
• Five large organic carrots
• One large whole organic beet
• An equal amount of raw purple cabbage
• One whole organic apple
• A thumb-size piece of fresh ginger
Before you start, check out my pre-cleanse post:
If you’re concerned about your liver’s health, learn how to make peace with your liver before you cleanse. The liver doesn’t like to be rushed or stressed. Take it slow but steady.
An effective gallbladder cleansing program depends on how well you prepare your liver before a flush. Organize your flush kit in advance. You’ll learn what you need in my blog about how to do a gallbladder flush safely.
Liver-supportive supplements help to assist your liver in detoxifying. The list of liver soothing herbs and liver supportive supplements is extensive. My simplified recommendations include probiotics friendly to the liver and intestines, plus a liver detox combination of herbs and nutrients.
I wish you good health for a long time.
Dr. J. E. Williams