The Absolute Best FOODS to Cleanse and Repair Your LIVER! Dr. Mandell

When we overeat or eat processed or fried foods, or anytime we are exposed to environmental pollutants or stress, the liver becomes overworked and overloaded. When the liver is taxed, it can't process toxins and fat in an efficient way. There are many foods that can help cleanse the liver naturally by stimulating its natural ability to expel toxic waste from the body.

The liver is the largest solid organ and the largest gland in the human body. It carries out over 500 essential tasks. Weighing between 3.17 and 3.66 pounds (lb), or between 1.44 and 1.66 kilograms (kg), the liver is reddish-brown with a rubbery texture. It is situated above and to the left of the stomach and below the lungs.

The major functions of the liver include:
-Bile production: Bile helps the small intestine break down and absorb fats, cholesterol, and some vitamins. Bile consists of bile salts, cholesterol, bilirubin, electrolytes, and water.
-Absorbing and metabolizing bilirubin: Bilirubin is formed by the breakdown of hemoglobin. The iron released from hemoglobin is stored in the liver or bone marrow and used to make the next generation of blood cells.
-Supporting blood clots: Vitamin K is necessary for the creation of certain coagulants that help clot the blood. Bile is essential for vitamin K absorption and is created in the liver. If the liver does not produce enough bile, clotting factors cannot be produced.
-Fat metabolization: Bile breaks down fats and makes them easier to digest.
-Metabolizing carbohydrates: Carbohydrates are stored in the liver, where they are broken down into glucose and siphoned into the bloodstream to maintain normal glucose levels. They are stored as glycogen and released whenever a quick burst of energy is needed.
-Vitamin and mineral storage: The liver stores vitamins A, D, E, K, and B12. It keeps significant amounts of these vitamins stored. In some cases, several years’ worth of vitamins is held as a backup. The liver stores iron from hemoglobin in the form of ferritin, ready to make new red blood cells. The liver also stores and releases copper.
-Helps metabolize proteins: Bile helps break down proteins for digestion.
-Filters the blood: The liver filters and removes compounds from the body, including hormones, such as estrogen and aldosterone, and compounds from outside the body, including alcohol and other drugs.
-Immunological function: The liver is part of the mononuclear phagocyte system. It contains high numbers of Kupffer cells that are involved in immune activity. These cells destroy any disease-causing agents that might enter the liver through the gut.
-Production of albumin: Albumin is the most common protein in blood serum. It transports fatty acids and steroid hormones to help maintain the correct pressure and prevent the leaking of blood vessels.
-Synthesis of angiotensinogen: This hormone raises blood pressure by narrowing the blood vessels when alerted by production of an enzyme called renin in the kidneys.

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  • @laureensanchez6491 says:

    Thank you, God bless you Dr Mandell❤

  • @kritu333 says:

    You are amazing doctor… Love from India ❤🇮🇳

  • @supriyochatterjee4095 says:

    Very very helpful information, Sir kindly make something similar for heart blockages, high cholesterol, kidney stone

  • @meenakumari1449 says:

    Thanks doc. My liver enzymes are high I need to know what will help me to bring the levels down? Your videos are well appreciated. God bless you.

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    Good morning Dr Mandell, Thank you so much for your ministry in health and wellness!.. I really do appreciate what you’re doing for us all God bless you.❤❤

  • @PatriciaMoore-mx6xc says:

    You Are Awesome Dr Mandell

  • @yvonnewitherspoon846 says:

    Thank you doctor for this information that I will definitely use. Should dairy products be reduced? I drink and use almond milk but go wild over cheddar cheese. We truly love and appreciate you

  • @fathom212 says:

    You’re the very best doctor in the world 🌍 for body AND soul! Thank you so much ❤

  • @nasserusman8056 says:

    Thanks a lot Dr for your valuable information ♥️👍👍
    I had grade 1 fatty liver.By just following your valuable advice,it was found gone when I underwent an ultrasound scan! Thanks once again.❤❤❤

  • @robinsnestradio says:

    Good Morning Everyone! Stay Healthy With All Of Dr. Mandell’s Advice. I Learn Something Helpful Every Time I Watch👍🏽

  • @tdesir03 says:

    Thank you Dr. You are greatly appreciated.

  • @andrewsanchez629 says:

    Excellent advice. Thank you.

  • @patbarrett3577 says:

    God Bless 🙏 you
    Dr. Mandell I need as much advice as possible to keep my Liver healthy 🙏

  • @Twizle1957 says:

    I have a fatty liver, and I was diagnosed about a year after having gallstones out. I am trying everything to help my liver, and now my kidneys as they have something going on. I am autoimmune, so I’m worried. Although my doctor doesn’t seem to be bothered. Thank you for your videos, I will be watching more.
    Also, I give my parrot milk thistle seeds to keep them healthy about one a week, so I will be looking for supplements for myself. Thanks once again.

  • @joy-jr7dg says:

    Diet is so important. I’ve gotten rid of most of my inflammation with a whole organic diet and healing herbs and adaptogens. Start making changes and as you feel better you’ll want to do more. Blessings 💞

  • @terrenceishere4215 says:

    Thank you Dr. Mandell for sharing this video

  • @vanessieharper1608 says:

    Thank you Dr Mandell for caring about us! Blessings to you🙏🏽😇❣️🤗

  • @stephanieb7311 says:

    Terrific much needed information as always.

  • @noorjahanbegum9235 says:

    Thank you doctor for the valuable information

  • @gopakumarmulloth1303 says:

    Dedicated doctor for mankind. Thank you. From India.

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