Show your liver some love!

by Michelle on January 9, 2018

With the holidays behind us I think we all might be dealing with the downside of excess.  Whether you spent too much money, ate too much, drank too much, or just overdid “life” in general there is always the recovery period that seems to take a toll.  Sometimes the recovery takes more than a few lifestyle “tweaks” to accomplish, but with January being a time of renewal and a focus on health some things are easier to accomplish than others.

Everyone jumps into a regimen of exercise and healthy eating, but are you caring for your insides so your body can benefit from your efforts?  There is a lot of talk about “gut health” and yes, that’s important for overall health, but sometimes an important organ is forgotten…your liver.  The liver is responsible for several important metabolic functions:

  • Converting nutrients into usable substances, storing and supplying cells with these substances by filtering blood coming from the digestive tract
  • Detoxifying chemicals from the blood and metabolizing medications
  • Recycling old red blood cells and making proteins important for blood clotting
  • Producing bile for the breakdown of fats for energy
  • Keeping blood glucose at a constant, stable level

These are just some of the important functions of the liver.

Many people aren’t even aware that they might need to do a bit of detoxing of their liver to help it complete the many important functions that contribute to a healthy body.  Sometimes only when the liver is ailing and presenting a problem do people pay attention to this important organ.  Even healthy individuals could benefit from some sort of liver-supporting regimen and product so why not start the year off with this?

We have our Liver Formula that contains many beneficial ingredients shown to promote liver health and deep detoxification of not only the liver but the whole body.  You can read all about the product ingredients on our website using this link:

Our Liver Formula can help in your efforts to be healthier through diet and exercise by getting your liver in the best shape in can be and keeping it there so its important functions can support your body.




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