With the prevalence of junk foods, nutrient deficient processed foods, and environmental pollution of our air and water, our liver has to work harder than ever to detoxify our body and regulate healthy metabolic activity. Many different poor health symptoms may result from a liver that is overloaded with toxins and undernourished including: poor digestion, chronic fatigue, skin rashes and poor immune. A poorly functioning liver may also contribute to depression, hormonal imbalances and cholesterol imbalances.
The liver is intimately involved in many of the important functions of our body. The liver secretes vital digestive juices that help us properly digest our food and help cleanse our blood of pesticides, drugs, and contaminants that we may absorb.
* According to the body’s physiological needs, the volume of blood circulating in the veins changes. The liver is the body’s blood factory because it not only promotes the building of blood, but it also cleans it. The liver stores blood during rest and circulates it during exertion.
* Liver and blood balance is important. The liver nourishes the tendons of the whole body and any imbalances may result in poor muscle and tissue symptoms, such as arthritis, tendonitis, and fibromyositis.
* The state of blood in the liver can be manifested in the condition of the fingernails. If the blood is deficient, fingernails may appear soft, chipped, or cracked. When the blood is ample, both the nails and tendons tend to appear strong and supple
* The liver directly controls a woman’s period as blood circulation causes the monthly cycle to occur. An imbalance of the liver can contribute to the symptoms of PMS and menopause.
* A liver imbalance may affect the secretion of bile and digestion which may result in chronic heartburn.
* If the spleen’s function is affected by an unbalanced liver, diarrhea may be experienced. An imbalance in the liver may result in noticeable symptoms affecting the kidney, heart, lungs, and digestive organs.
CHF #12 is a special high potency lipotropic formula providing choline, inositol, betaine hydrochloride and lecithin (lipotronic agents) that may play an important parts in fat metabolism.