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Information about Liver

Published on December 17, 2008

Author: szajafri


Liver : Liver Hi , I am your liver Do you love me ? : Do you love me ? How you can love me if you do not know me ? Let me tell you how much I love you in 9 ways. 1st Way of 9 : 1st Way of 9 I store the iron reserves you need, as well as a lot of vitamins and other minerals. Without me you wouldn’t have the strength to carry on ! 2nd way of 9 : 2nd way of 9 I make bile to help digest your food. Without me you’d waste away to nothing ! 3rd way of 9 : 3rd way of 9 I detoxify poisonous chemicals you give me, and that includes alcohol, beer, wine and drugs (prescribed and over-the-counter) as well as illegal substances. Without me your “bad” habbits will kill you ! 4th way of 9 : 4th way of 9 I store energy like a battery, by stockpiling sugar (carbohydrates, glucose and fat) until you neet it. Without me the sugar level in your blood could fall dramatically and you’d go into a coma. You could not have gotton out of bed this morning if I were not on the job 5th way of 9 : 5th way of 9 I make the blood that got your system going even before you were born. without me you wouldn’t be here. 6th way of 9 : 6th way of 9 I manufacture new proteins that your body needs to stay healthy and grow. Without me, you wouldn’t grow properly ! 7th way of 9 : 7th way of 9 I remove poisons from the air, exhaust smoke and chemical your breathe. Without me you’d be poisoned by the pollutants ! 8th way of 9 : 8th way of 9 I make clotting factors that stop bleeding when you accidentally prick yourself. Without me you’d bleed to death ! 9th way of 9 : 9th way of 9 I help defend you against the germs going into your body all the time. I take those cold germs, flu bugs and other germs you encounter, and knock them dead – or at least weaken them. Without me you’d be a sitting duck for every infection known to man ! Conclusion : Conclusion That is how much I love you but do you love me?...If you love, take care of me to keep yourself healthy. Use natural and preferably green herbal food and food supplements. Reishi, Spirulina and cordyceps are the best.

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