Your metabolism is controlled by hormones and hormones are controlled by foods that you eat.
Special foods can promote health and functions of glands like liver and thyroid and cause them to release fat-burning hormones in blood flow, thus speeding up fat-burning process.
YOU WILL BE LOSING WEIGHT BY EATING MORE. Believe it or not but it is true.
Understanding Your Liver
Our liver is the primary filter of our body. Good health is impossible without proper function of the liver. Unfortunately, over time, we so abuse it and so overtax it that illness is the inevitable result. As part of a program to rebuild and repair the liver, we must:
Remove all the excess fat from the liver
Get bile flowing freely again
Eliminate toxic waste that our livers have filtered out
Dissolve and pass out the accumulated gallstones that are stored in our livers
Regenerate the damaged and destroyed cells of the liver
Next to the skin, the liver is the largest organ in the body. In many ways, it is the most important organ in the body, and the last to be considered when it comes to health. In addition to being large, the liver is also a complicated organ involved in at least 200 separate functions. Generally speaking, the liver performs a vital role in regulating, synthesizing, storing, secreting, transforming, and breaking down many different substances in the body. Specifically, some of these include:
Regulation of fat stores
Cleansing the blood and discharging waste products
Neutralizing and destroying poisons
Protein metabolism, including manufacturing of new body proteins
Managing chemicals and drugs in the blood
Aiding the digestive process by the production of bile
Helping the body resist infections by producing immune factors and by removing
bacteria from the blood stream
Storing vitamins, minerals, and sugars
Production of quick energy when needed
Controlling the production and excretion of cholesterol
Maintaining hormone balance
Regenerating its own damaged tissue
The liver is so important to our well-being that many healers maintain that most diseases cannot develop in the body (that, in fact, no form of cell degeneration can occur) if the liver is functioning in an efficient, healthy manner. Conversely, an unhealthy liver is very likely at the root of most serious health problems.
So What Harms the Liver?
Too much protein in the diet. Protein metabolism is especially taxing on the liver since it is the liver which must metabolize complex proteins into simple compounds. The greater the consumption of protein, the greater the stress on the liver.
Too many simple carbohydrates in the diet. The body converts excess simple carbohydrates into triglycerides, which are then stored in the liver as fat. The more fat stored in the liver, the harder it is for the liver to perform its full range of normal functions.
Overeating. Too much enzyme deficient food stresses the liver.
Drug residues. Virtually all of the drugs that we take (medicinal, recreational, chemotherapy, whatever) are processed, purified, and refined in the liver?in preparation for elimination from the body.
Alcohol causes inflammation of the liver’s tissue. Once the liver is inflamed, it can no longer filter, which causes it to plug up with fat and become even more inflamed. If we consume enough alcohol, we overwhelm the liver’s ability to regenerate itself, and the net result is cirrhosis (or hardening) of the liver.
Toxins, heavy metals, and pesticides. Everything we breathe, eat, and absorb through our skin is purified and refined in the liver.