When was the last louse that ran down your liver?
Dear friends of chronic health,
When I was recently having breakfast in the hotel, I looked curiously at the breakfast plates of the ladies and gentlemen who were strolling past. And suddenly I had sympathy for their liver: Rolls, ham and cheese paired with sausage salad filled the guests' plates. I admit I also love a (spelled) roll from time to time. However, not stacked with cheese and ham (and they were stacked).
I got miserable looks for my breakfast: oatmeal with fresh fruit, nuts and cinnamon...delicious (at least for me). Salmon and a chicken egg with cucumber and tomato. I love such a breakfast.
did you know that your largest detoxification organ , the liver, is made up of a billion lobules of the liver? Each of these miracle lobes has a diameter of approx. 1.2mm. Of course, arteries and veins as well as portal vein branches are added here to complete the overall picture.
The task of this miracle organ ranges from the production of our hormones, cholesterol, amino acids to the production of bile acids. Vitamins and iron are also stored here.
What our liver does to filter out all the garbage is terrific. Unfortunately, viruses, bacteria, environmental pollution and toxins are added every day. All of that needs to be disposed of.
support from nature
Bitter substances about 30 minutes before a meal help to stimulate the liver. Now in spring, ground elder, dandelion and stinging nettle from nature help.
Nettle extract is obtained from the nettle plant and has a long tradition in natural medicine. Stinging nettles contain many valuable nutrients, including vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals such as flavonoids and carotenoids. These ingredients have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects and can help detoxify the body and boost the immune system.
Nettle extract is often used as a dietary supplement or as an ingredient in herbal medicines. It can help with a variety of ailments including rheumatism, arthritis, bladder infections, allergies and digestive problems. Another benefit of nettle extract is that it can lower blood sugar levels and regulate cholesterol levels.
However, it is important to note that nettle extract is not suitable for everyone. People with certain medical conditions, such as kidney problems, should not take nettle extract without first checking with their doctor. Nettle extract should also be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Overall, nettle extract has promising therapeutic potential due to its numerous health-promoting properties and long tradition in natural medicine. In combination with the proven wild blueberry extract, it is a miracle of nature.
The second best solution for you!
What do you do when Mother Nature isn't blooming on your doorstep or we're out and about? For this reason I have married the blueberry with the stinging nettle in blueantox-body . The two get along great. In this way, our liver can be wonderfully supported in detoxification.
In particular, taking it in the evening makes sense to help the liver do its job overnight.
Greetings to your liver
Yours and yours Jutta Suffner
Dipl. Ing. (bio-med) Jutta Suffner
Jutta Suffner has been drawn to medicine since she was a child. After training as a medical-technical radiology assistant, she completed a degree in biomedicine and researched neurodegenerative diseases using magnetic resonance imaging in Canada. In Europe, the author worked for a world-renowned company in the field of ultrasound diagnostics for more than two decades.
Then, in her early 30s, she received a horrific diagnosis and was hospitalized for almost a year. The prospects of delayed viral myocarditis were bleak and the beginning of nearly seven years of transformation and recovery. So she started researching again and found that the attitude to life, the lifestyle and other natural products can help for a faster healing process. Additional training as an alternative practitioner and research into a natural food supplement have accompanied her to her current vision that dying healthy is possible.