6 Warning Signs Show That Your Liver is Full of Toxins
Every time I talk about the liver, I tell you that it’s a vital organ that regulates the toxins and waste in your organism. If it’s not for the liver, the toxins will take over your body, and you will start feeling sick. Call it the terminator as it transforms toxins into waste and makes your body safely expel through poop or urine. It looks like a harsh and dirty job, but some organ has to do it. That’s why it’s important for you to do anything in your power to make the job easier. It’s how you are going to keep it healthy and little less employed. Remember that it’s never too late. Opening your eyes and making yourself start right now will do the trick.
If you don’t want to start right now, that’s okay. You can start whenever you want, but need to watch out for the warning signs you are going to see bellow. If you feel at least one of them, it’s time for you to take the health in your hands and start caring.
Ready or not, here they come:
1. Unexplained Weight Gain
When your liver is damaged, and it struggles to fight off the millions of toxins attacking it every day, the calorie reduction and overtime in the gym won’t do the trick. The body has gotten used to storing unfiltered toxins in the fat cells, which is just another reason for what you feel at this moment. Your liver is responsible for going through grease. When you keep it busy with something else, it will start running sluggishly leaving the fat cells to fight on their own. The only fighting move they have is to absorb fat and make you bigger.
The liver creates antibodies every time it feels something is not right. These antibodies are doing a great job attacking the allergens and making them go away. Unfortunately, the liver won’t be able to do its work if it’s running sluggishly. It’s too busy doing something else leaving these allergens to develop in your body. On top of this, your brain runs regularly sending signals to your liver that the body is getting harmed of these allergens. It marks those allergens for removal, but the liver can’t finish the job. The build up of too much histamine becomes a problem, as well. That’s where you start feeling dizzy and feeling the allergy symptoms like itchiness, headaches, and fogginess.