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September 2020

Liver Flush Recovery and how to move back into everyday life, looking and feeling amazing! It is imperative to start with the Liver Flush, part 1 and 2 to cleanse your liver. The Morning After a Liver Flush So the next morning, after having some tummy cramps and expelling many stool motions, you may see little green pea-like structures floating in the loo. These are the gallstones I mentioned that get expelled from your liver and gall bladder. Not everyone sees these so don’t get concerned if you don’t and either way your liver flush would have been successful. Your average weekly toxic load determines how many stones you expel. So the more alcohol, coffee, junk foods, medicines/drugs etc. you intake each week will determine how toxic your liver is. Liver Flush RECOVERY PLAN Eat Light Salads & Soups The Day After the Liver Cleanse Plan for full Liver Cleanse Recovery. I always clear my morning the next day till around noon, so I have time for

Inflammation is a critical factor for your overall health, from pain to bone health, obesity, gut function, heart health, liver function, brain function, memory & cognition, immune response and even your hair, skin & nails.  There are two types of inflammation: Acute inflammation is your body's natural defence against damaged cells, viruses and other harmful invaders, helping the body to heal. Chronic inflammation is systemic, and what we see a lot of in our Rejuv Wellness Clinics. This kind of inflammation is low-grade and lasts for weeks months or even years.  Inflammation is part of our healing mechanism to repair damaged tissue and protect ourselves against pathogens when we get injured. In such circumstances, inflammation is helpful, in all other cases; however; it tends to be harmful. Chronic inflammation Chronic inflammation is linked to almost every significant health condition and disease due to the production of free radicals that can cause damage to healthy cells if your antioxidant levels are not adequate. If this ratio is out

The digestive system plays a crucial role in our immune system, mental health and metabolism. The gut has a significant impact on several areas of your health, and it all comes down to the gut microbiome. With the current stress levels on an all-time high due to the pandemic, we are seeing a considerable rise in patients with gut issues. The human body cannot discern if the stress we are under is a real threat or just one that we are imagining. As a result, we go into the fight or flight mode, and the blood is shunted into our arms and legs, preparing to take action. Our digestion is then impaired as the blood diverts away from our GI tract. It is imperative to eat your meals in a relaxed environment and not while watching stressful programs like the news or a violent movie. The gut is filled with many different types of bacteria. The bacteria are estimated to outnumber our