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The Best Scientifically Proven Foods to Cleanse Your Liver

Foods that are good for your liver help to naturally increase detoxification enzymes that help to cleanse the liver. Liver healthy foods that have a cleansing effect include green tea, citrus fruits, garlic, green leafy vegetables, and nuts. To help improve your liver function, it is also important to consume healthy oils like extra virgin olive oil and omega-3 fatty acids.


Consuming foods that have particular benefits for the liver can help to repair liver damage. These liver-friendly foods help to increase antioxidants in the liver which promote good liver health.

As well as incorporating liver cleansing foods in your diet, you should also avoid certain foods that affect liver function. Some foods that are bad for your liver include alcohol, salt, too much processed sugar, and fatty foods.

In this article, you will learn what scientific research says as to the best foods that are good for your liver. You will also find out how to improve liver function with a liver cleanse.

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11 Reasons To Drink A Tbsp Of Apple Cider Vinegar Daily And More Uses

You’ve probably heard the claims.  But even if you are aware of all that apple cider vinegar has to offer, you might find it hard to believe that just one food can offer so many benefits. Surprisingly (or maybe not) it’s true!  Drinking apple cider vinegar daily is a sure fire way to improve many aspects of your health and your life.


Raw, organic, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar (or ‘ACV’ for short) is one of the oldest and most useful remedies on Earth.  It contains a wealth of raw enzymes and beneficial bacteria which are responsible for the majority of its health benefits (and there are many!)  The following are 11 reasons that you should start drinking a modest amount of ACV every day.

Just keep in mind that you should never drink apple cider vinegar straight as it can burn your esophagus. Instead, mix one tablespoon with 8 ounces of water. If you don’t like the taste, use a straw to minimize contact with your taste buds. Adding a bit of raw honey can help too.

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Right Arm Numbness Or Tingling: Causes And Home Treatments

Tingling or numbness in the right arm is an annoying condition that affects many people. For most people, a prickly sensation or loss of sensation in their right arm is a temporary irritation. Causes of right arm numbness or tingling are usually nothing to worry about. However, a sudden, recurring, or persistent feeling like your skin is crawling or frequent numbness in your right arm could be a sign of something more serious.

An abnormal sensation in your right arm could be due to something as simple as falling asleep on your arm, a minor arm injury or poor blood circulation. This can feel like “pins and needles” or it can cause numbness in your whole arm as if your arm has fallen asleep. Sometimes, severe tingling or burning sensations down your right arm could be one of the signs of a cardiac condition that requires prompt medical attention. But usually serious medical conditions that cause tingling or numbness in your arm will be accompanied by other symptoms. Usually, arm tinglin…

I Drank Magnesium For 7 Days And It Was The Best Decision Ever

Why Drink Magnesium?
Digging into Natural Calm further, I became more and more curious. I learned that many people are deficient in magnesium today, with some reports estimating that as many as 80 percent of us aren’t getting enough of it, and few realize that the deficiency is the root of at least some of their health problems. Only 25 percent of American adults are said to be getting the recommended daily amount: 400 to 420 milligrams for men, and 310 to 320 milligrams for women, yet this macro-mineral is something required by every organ in the body. It makes sense that when you don’t get enough, you’re going to suffer one way or another.


And, not surprisingly, two of the symptoms of a lack of magnesium, I learned, are anxiety and insomnia. In fact, they’re two of the most common symptoms of a magnesium deficiency. Still, I eat healthily and avoid processed foods, so why would I be lacking this nutrient? I dug even further and found that even those of us who follow a nutritious die…

11 Life Saving Reasons To Eat Ginger Every Day

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is an herbaceous perennial plant native to south China. Producing leafy shoots that reach four feet in height and cone-shaped spikes that bloom with yellow flowers, the most treasured part of the ginger plant is the gnarled and bulbous rhizomes that grow beneath the soil.


Ginger roots are aromatic and warming with a pungent, lemony spiciness. The flavor of ginger is due to the presence of gingerol, a phenolic compound that gives the rhizomes their fiery heat. When cooked, gingerols are converted into zingerone, rendering a much milder and spicy-sweet taste. When dried, gingerol reacts by forming peppery shogaols, which explains why powdered ginger is twice as spicy as raw ginger.

Beyond its notable taste, ginger possesses a wealth of positive attributes. This versatile herb has been used for at least 5,000 years as a treatment for many common ailments in Indian and Chinese medicine. In fact, at one time, ginger was so rare and valuable that one pound of th…