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Posted by Administrator on 5/5/2014

The Fat Connection

The liver is the major fat burning organ in the body and regulates fat metabolism by a complicated set of biochemical pathways. The liver can also pump excessive fat out of the body through the bile into the small intestines. If the diet is high in fiber, this unwanted fat will be carried out of the body via the bowel actions. Thus the liver is a remarkable machine for keeping weight under control, being both a fat burning organ and a fat pumping organ.**

If the liver does not regulate fat metabolism efficiently, weight gain tends to occur around the abdominal area and a protuberant abdomen (pot belly) will develop. Another sign can be a roll of fat around the upper abdomen. This is often a sign of a fatty liver. It can be almost impossible to lose this abdominal fat until the liver function is improved. Once this is done the liver will start burning fat efficiently again and the weight comes off gradually and without too much effort from you.**

The Liver Link

Your liver acts as the bodys washing machine, working constantly to clean and remove both internal toxins (those produced by your own metabolism) as well as external toxins (those produced from outside sources). Your liver also happens to be the production site of 80 to 85 percent of T3, the metabolism-modulating thyroid hormone.**

If the diet is low in fiber, some of the fats (especially cholesterol) and toxins that have been pumped by the liver into the gut through the bile will recirculate back to the liver. If this recirculated fluid is high in fat and/or toxins, this will contribute to excessive weight. A high fiber diet will reduce the recirculation of fat and toxins from the gut back to the liver. The inclusion of plenty of raw fruits and vegetables, as well as ground-up raw seeds, will increase both soluble and insoluble fiber in the gut, and reduce recirculation of unwanted fat and toxins. Some people find that rice or wheat bran, psyllium husks and unprocessed homemade muesli can boost fiber efficiently.** 

If the liver filter is damaged by toxins or clogged up (blocked) with excessive waste material it will be less able to remove small fat globules (chylomicrons) circulating in the blood stream. This will cause excessive fat to build up in the blood vessel walls. This fat may then gradually build up in many other parts of the body, including other organs, and in fatty deposits under the skin. Thus you may develop cellulite in the buttocks, thighs, arms and abdominal wall.  If the liver is dysfunctional, it will not manufacture adequate amounts of the good cholesterol (HDL), which travels out of the liver to scavenge the unhealthy cholesterol (LDL) from the blood vessel walls.**

Consider the following strategies for giving your liver a leg up:

  • Exercise regularly: Research shows that exercise helps to enhance glucose uptake in the liver, thereby lowering fatty liver disease.**
  • Consume high-quality dietary fiber: Enhance liver health with fiber, which binds to bile and eliminates fat-soluble toxins from the body.**
  • Supplement with extra B vitamins: These are essential for decongesting the liver and promoting fat metabolism.**
  • Supplement with liver-supportive homeopathics.**

Liver/Gallbladder Homeopathic 
1 fl oz by Dr. Recommends 

D7 Liver Gallbladder Homeopathic 
1 fl oz by DNA Labs 
D92 Liver Homeopathic 
1 fl oz by DNA Labs 

Vitamin B-12 Homeopathic 
1 fl oz by Mediral

If you have a fatty liver it is vital to be patient, as it can take between 3 and 12 months, depending upon the amount of fat deposited in the liver, to remove the excess fat from the liver. However, this is very successful in the long term and provides the best chance of restoring your figure and your health.**

WARNING:  Always work with a doctor's supervision for maximum safety.  As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby, consult a health professional before using this product.  Consult a physician for use in children under 12 years of age.  If conditions worsen, recur or persist for more than 7 days, consult your physician.  Keep out of reach of children.  Do not use if tamper resistant seal is broken or missing.  We do not guarantee any results and recommend that you always work with a doctor's supervision for maximum safety.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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