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Liver is involved in bad breath and body odor
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Liver is involved in bad breath and body odor

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There has been a major problem with putrefied toxins in the liver. The toxins have been left in the liver for so long that the odor cannot help but announce itself in the breath. The odor on the breath can be used as a reliable indicator of toxins in the body. The more foul the breath, the closer a person gets to an incurable disease. Many doctors have now recognized that many types of cancer (for example, pancreatic cancer) are preceded by years of clinical depression. Yet, they do not understand the link between liver toxicity and depression.
This toxicity process can be reversed at any time by creating a healthy environment for the liver. As the liver gets healthier, putrid body and breath odors normally disappear. The liver has an enormous capacity to heal when the toxins are cleared out of the way.

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A 45-year old woman who had bad breath for years took Chinese Bitters and herbal mouthwash. After 2 weeks, her bad breath improved significantly. When she did liver and gallbladder flushes a few months later, a fair amount of stones was flushed out. Her bad breath eventually disappeared.

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So guys, not only is necessary the colon cleand, the probiotic, bt the liver also. Better, start with repairing the liver and then the rest.


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