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Re: Liver Cleanse: Desperate for Help!
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Re: Liver Cleanse: Desperate for Help!

No, no .... no brain damage my friend, lol

When the liver is packed full of stones, it becomes enlarged to the point where it puts pressure on the diaphragm and lungs.

When the bile ducts are blocked, estrogen and other hormones are neither able to be broken down properly, and can't be eliminated via the ducts, causing them to recirculate and built in the bloodstream.

Estrogen especially is responsible for regulating water and sodium retention. Elevated estrogen in the blood means more water and sodium retention, causing everything to swell, including the heart and liver.

When the blood is thickened, it also has less room for oxygen, causing the similar symptoms of high altitude sickness, where oxygen is deficient.

Also, when the liver is not able to detoxify the body, the toxins are forced out into the respiratory system, including the lungs. Fluids will move into the lungs as long as the bile ducts are blocked.

Because the lymphatic system is congest and stagnated, it can't properly move this waste material out of the lungs, causing it to be hard to breathe, so not only are the lungs trying harder to get more oxygen into the blood, but are hindered by the waste material backing up into them and the pressure forcing against them from surrounding organ and tissue swelling.

Keep your intake of sodium, fats, animal proteins and acids to a minimum, and just keep on flushing when you feel your body is strong and ready to, and you will pull through this storm no problem.


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