What do acne and breakouts, weight gain, allergies, arthritis, even and heart disease have in common?
Well, when you peel back and layers and tease out what’s actually going on, at the root of all these things is the health of your liver and how it’s functioning (or not functioning).
About four or five years ago, I learned that I had a fatty liver, and despite doing all the things, when I got a repeat MRI earlier this year, we learned there had been no improvement.
My doc and I have spent most of this year searching and tweaking things to find answers and when I got the organic acids and other industrial toxins lab work back, all the pieces started to come together.
Because at the root of this is how well my body is able to move toxins out of it and the liver is one of the main filters in the human body.
So in this episode, I share:
How I came to learn I have a fatty liver
What the liver does
Signs of liver congestion and how this happens
What to do to support the liver
Now, I know that liver is not the most exciting topic to talk about. I mean, *I’m* fascinated by it, but for most people, it’s not a general topic of conversation.
But, you know what is?
Weight loss, hormones, fatigue, gut health and yes, even how to get clear skin.
So the next time you these things are a problem for you, and you’re thinking about what to do about it, I want you to *think functionally* and uncover what the root causes of it are — and more often than not, how your liver is functioning will be part of that equation.