Heal your pancreas, liver and kidney cells

Five Ways to Revitalize Your Liver, Pancreas, and Kidneys

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This natural remedy will help improve your body’s pH balance, promoting better liver, pancreatic, and kidney health. Just the simple habit of drinking this mixture on an empty stomach will do wonders for your body. It improves kidney function, helping your body detox itself, and prevents problems like the accumulation of fat …

Eat 1/2 Teaspoon of Baking Soda Daily and THIS Happens to Your …

The kidneys prevent the buildup of waste in the body, keep electrolyte levels stable, and make hormones that regulate blood pressure, make blood cells, and maintain strong bones. … Both the pancreas and thekidneys will suffer a significant reduction in their ability to produce sodium bicarbonate effectively. Without …

How to Restore Pancreas & Liver Function With Nutrients …

Aug 14, 2017 – The pancreas and liver are both vital organs. If your pancreas or liver ever stopped functioning properly, your life would be in danger. Taking care of both organs through diet, exercise and limited alcohol intake will promote both organs to maintain healthy functioning. If your liver or pancreasever do stop …

How to Heal Your Kidneys Naturally Using 1 Teaspoon of Baking Soda

Dec 15, 2015 – There’s a lot of items in your kitchen that could easily replace those kept in your medicine cabinet. Although you may already know about baking soda’s incredible uses, you’ve probably never heard of this one before: Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) can actually help your kidneys heal and function …

Best 12 Foods and Herbs for a Healthy Pancreas – NaturalON

Oregano has shown promise as becoming a treatment for oxidation caused disorders, such as diabetes, due to its rich, natural phenolic antioxidants. … Like haritaki and calendula, dandelion is believed to be an effective treatment against aggressive pancreatic cancer cells, and especially against those that appear to be …

Purify Your Pancreas, Kidneys, And Liver Using Only One Ingredient! ·

This is very natural and inexpensive treatment that can help you purify your body, the kidneyspancreas, liver and other organs. This is important to know and concerns a lot of people because it can even help saving lives! The main ingredient of this remedy is the coriander. This plant is rich with components that can help …

7 Strategies to Heal Pancreatitis Naturally – DrJockers.com

As a healthcare provider, I feel compelled to help these patients deal with their pain naturally and relieve the causes as best as possible. Many of these …. Acute pancreatitis is caused by toxins that induce acinar cell calcium overload, zymogen activation, cytokine release and cell death, yet is without specific drug therapy.

Natural treatment for pancreas problems – Integrative Practitioner

Jan 5, 2017 – Google searches indicate that comparatively, the pancreas is not searched as much as the heart, liver, kidneys, lungs or colon. … From there, these food particles get into our blood so that our bodies can use the food for cellular energy, building our cells, feeding our bodies with nutrients, minerals, and …

Purify Your Kidneys, Liver and Pancreas Using Only One Ingredient …

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You’re not going to spend a fortune nor a lot of time making this homemaderemedy. It’s fantastic, because it …

How to Detox to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes | Ex-diabetic Author

Colon Detoxifiers Liver Detoxifiers. Kidney Detoxifiers Pancreas Detoxifiers Top 10 Natural Methods to Detox Benefits of the DTD Cleanse and Detox Program …. This is a key point to understand because if your cells can’t repair the damage being caused by your diabetes, then, it will be difficult to stabilize your blood …

65 yr old with Pneumonia and C Dif bacteria , pale and cold hands

Yesterday, I visited a client who spent 15 days in the hospital and was again back to ER this morn.  Iron and sugar are foods for bacteria. Pineapple fights virus. To cancel iron, whole foods rich in calcium,potassium and magnesium can help such as oranges, coconut water, bananas, pineapple, cooked greens, salmon, nuts and beans.

My 80 yr old mother prevented another knee infection by drinking lots of coconut water and other foods I  told her to eat such as banana hearts, taro, clams, papaya, mangoes, pickled green papaya and other local foods.

Before the real cold season start, spend more time in the sun and outdoors. Many homes in the bay are lack fresh air and are moldy and old.

When we become bed-ridden , our blood and muscles cannot fight the invading pathogens very well. Warm and loving massages and chicken soup (garlic, bone marrow) are what we get from our mothers and grandmas. And they worked. As we rest more, our bodies can clean and remove toxins.

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A tsp of apple cider vinegar in your drinking water for colon cleanse

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Eating foods rich in nutrients with apple cider vinegar facilitates in the absorption of these nutrients in your body. Aloe Vera and Coconut water are alkaline drinks and negates the acidity that comes with eating meat. Eating not so ripe fruits (plums,pineapple,papaya) helps in elimination.

I would drink water with tsp of apple cider vinegar before going to bed and in the morning warm water with lemon juice, aloe and coconut water, sweetened with apple juice or home made plum juice.

Connie


From wiki:

Colon cleansing (also known as colon therapy) encompasses a number of alternative medical therapies claimed to remove nonspecific toxins from the colon and intestinal tract by removing any accumulations of feces. Colon cleansing may be branded colon hydrotherapy, a colonic or colonic irrigation. During the 2000s internet marketing and infomercials of oral supplements supposedly for colon cleansing increased.[1]

Some forms of colon hydrotherapy use tubes to inject water, sometimes mixed with herbs or with other liquids, into the colon via the rectum using special equipment. Oral cleaning regimens use dietary fiber, herbs, dietary supplements, or laxatives. People who practice colon cleansing believe that accumulations of putrefied feces line the walls of the large intestine and that these accumulations harbor parasites or pathogenic gut flora, causing nonspecific symptoms and general ill-health. This “auto-intoxication” hypothesis is based on medical beliefs of the Ancient Egyptians and Greeks and was discredited in the early 20th century.[2]

No scientific evidence supports the alleged benefits of colon cleansing.[2] Certain enema preparations have been associated with heart attacks and electrolyte imbalances, and improperly prepared or used equipment can cause infection or damage to the bowel. Frequent colon cleansing can lead to dependence on enemas to defecate and some herbs may reduce the effectiveness of or increase the risks associated with the use of prescription drugs.


from Dr Mercola

Detoxification is growing increasingly popular. The basic premise is that your body accumulates more toxins in the modern world than its natural detoxification system (your liver, kidneys and lungs) can get rid of. Proponents say that chemicals from pesticides, chlorine, bleach and ammonia, and carbon monoxide build up over time and cause disease.

Dr. Tanya Edwards, director of the Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Integrative Medicine, often starts patients out with a change in diet. Because Americans tend to have diets that lead to constipation, a change in diet can accomplish the same thing as many herbal detoxification products that are really just laxatives.

People are ideally supposed to have one or two bowel movements a day, but many people go two or three days between eliminations. The normal pathway for toxins to move out of the body is through the liver, which converts harmful chemicals into water-soluble molecules that can be flushed out in the urine or feces. If there’s a delay in elimination, however, those toxins remain in your system longer.

Tamara MacDonald, a naturopathic physician, uses detox techniques because some people aren’t able to detoxify chemicals naturally — their systems aren’t working well for one reason or another. But MacDonald is wary of poorly researched techniques like foot baths and colonics, and thinks that people should steer clear of fasting techniques like the “Master Cleanse,” a 10-day detox plan that consists of nothing but lemon juice, maple syrup and cayenne pepper.

“One of the worst things that you can do for your body in terms of detoxification is doing a fast,” she says. “That was the idea about 20 or 30 years ago, but we know now that your body actually needs specific nutrients to be able to perform its job of detoxification.”

Late last year, I participated in a three day think-tank outside of Los Angeles with some of the top experts in autism detoxification. We explored some of the major modalities that are available. I will be presenting this information in Chicago this weekend at the Chicago Autism One Conference.

The group came up with the following consensus and priority for achieving optimal health:

  1. Healthy Living
  2. Avoiding Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
  3. Clean Water
  4. Healthy Food
  5. Healthy Movement
  6. Emotions & Relationships
  7. Tests
  8. Organ Support
  9. Supplements
  10. Detox Tools

As you can see detoxification is an important tool, but it is not at the top of the priority list — especially if you are sick. Unfortunately, a lot of people first consider detoxing when they’re not feeling well.

It’s important to realize that if you fail to follow an orderly process and begin detoxification processes prematurely, it can deteriorate your health even further, making you very sick.

The Weston A. Price diet recommendations — which were written in 1920 and still, like all truths, hold true today — includes these timeless guidelines:

  • Eat foods that are natural, unprocessed, and organic (and contain no sugar except for the occasional bit of honey or maple syrup).
  • Eat foods that grow in your native environment. In other words, eat locally grown, seasonal foods.
  • Eat unpasteurized dairy products (such as raw milk) and fermented foods.
  • Eat at least one-third of your food raw.
  • Make sure you eat enough healthy fats, including those from animal sources like omega-3 fat, and reduce your intake of omega-6 from vegetable oils.

Additionally, it’s important to understand that if you’re deficient in essential metals, your body will actually use toxic heavy metals as “stand-ins” instead.

For example:

  • Calcium is replaced by lead, which deposits primarily in bone, and disrupts the formation of red blood cells. Lead contributes to poor bone health such as osteopenia and osteoporosis.
  • Zinc is replaced by cadmium, which tends to accumulate heavily in your kidneys. Cadmium overload is associated with peripheral neuropathy.
  • Magnesium is replaced by aluminum, which, among other things, induces neurochemical changes and has been identified as a contributing factor to developing Alzheimer’s.
  • Manganese is replaced by nickel, which is carcinogenic.

So not only do you need to make sure you’re getting vital nutrients in order to avoid this toxic metal replacement process, you also need nutrients to aid your body’s natural detoxification process.

Toxins are naturally eliminated from your body through your liver. It converts many (but not all) of the harmful chemicals you ingest or absorb into water-soluble molecules that are flushed out in your urine or feces.

Remember, Your Skin Eliminates Toxins Too

One beneficial detox method is using an infra-red sauna, particularly for slow metabolizers. It heats your tissues several inches deep, which can enhance your natural metabolic processes. It also enhances circulation and helps oxygenate your tissues.

Your skin is another major organ of elimination, but many people do not sweat on a regular basis. This may be due to wearing synthetic or tight clothing that does not breathe. Sedentary living and sun damage also inactivate your skin. Repeated use of the sauna slowly restores skin elimination, which can help reduce your toxic load quite significantly. Steam baths, sweat lodges, vigorous exercise and hot tubs are other options, but not as effective.

Your results will be best when saunas are part of an integrated program as described above. You may want to add some natural, unprocessed salt to your diet to replace minerals lost through sweating.

Cautionary Notes

 

Please remember that you should avoid starting any detox regimen when you are sick.

You need to establish a healthy lifestyle and dietary habits FIRST, so you have a reserve that your body can draw on to allow your liver to do its job properly.

If you fail to do this you can easily overwhelm your liver’s ability to process the toxic substances that are being eliminated and you will become very sick, wishing you had never done the detox in the first place. I have seen this happen many times, so please use caution and evaluate your current state of health before embarking on any kind of detoxification program.

Reverse fatty liver with raw green and fruit juice blend – glutathione rich

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Alcoholic liver disease is a term that encompasses the liver manifestations of alcohol overconsumption, including fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis, and chronic hepatitis with liver fibrosis or cirrhosis.[1]

It is the major cause of liver disease in Western countries. Although steatosis (fatty liver) will develop in any individual who consumes a large quantity of alcoholic beverages over a long period of time, this process is transient and reversible.[1] Of all chronic heavy drinkers, only 15–20% develop hepatitis or cirrhosis, which can occur concomitantly or in succession.[2]

The mechanism behind this is not completely understood. 80% of alcohol passes through the liver to be detoxified. Chronic consumption of alcohol results in the secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines (TNF-alpha, Interleukin 6 [IL6] and Interleukin 8 [IL8]), oxidative stress, lipid peroxidation, and acetaldehyde toxicity. These factors cause inflammation, apoptosis and eventually fibrosis of liver cells. Why this occurs in only a few individuals is still unclear. Additionally, the liver has tremendous capacity to regenerate and even when 75% of hepatocytes are dead, it continues to function as normal.

The risk factors presently known are:

  • Quantity of alcohol taken: Consumption of 60–80g per day (14g is considered one standard drink in the USA; drinking a six-pack of beer daily would be at the top of the range) for 20 years or more in men, or 20g/day (about 25 mL/day) for women significantly increases the risk of hepatitis and fibrosis by 7% to 47%,[1][4]
  • Pattern of drinking: Drinking outside of meal times increases up to 3 times the risk of alcoholic liver disease.[2]
  • Gender: Women are twice as susceptible to alcohol-related liver disease, and may develop alcoholic liver disease with shorter durations and doses of chronic consumption. The lesser amount of alcohol dehydrogenase secreted in the gut, higher proportion of body fat in women, and changes in fat absorption due to the menstrual cycle may explain this phenomenon.[2]
  • Hepatitis C infection: A concomitant hepatitis C infection significantly accelerates the process of liver injury.[2]
  • Genetic factors: Genetic factors predispose both to alcoholism and to alcoholic liver disease. Both monozygotic twins are more likely to be alcoholics and to develop liver cirrhosis than both dizygotic twins. Polymorphisms in the enzymes involved in the metabolism of alcohol, such as ADH, ALDH, CYP4502E1, mitochondrial dysfunction, and cytokine polymorphism may partly explain this genetic component. However, no specific polymorphisms have currently been firmly linked to alcoholic liver disease.
  • Iron overload (Hemochromatosis)
  • Diet: Malnutrition, particularly vitamin A and E deficiencies, can worsen alcohol-induced liver damage by preventing regeneration of hepatocytes. This is particularly a concern as alcoholics are usually malnourished because of a poor diet, anorexia, and encephalopathy.

Foods to Avoid with Fatty Liver

After going through all food groups, let’s go into specifics on the foods bad for the liver. These foods are mostly high on fat, cholesterol, and sugar (including artificial sweeteners).

You won’t be able to avoid them completely, and I’m not going to ask you to do so. But it must be controlled – and that’s what we’re going to do.

When you’re in a supermarket, look for the ingredients of every product you want to buy. If it’s high on fat or sugar, take only 1 or 2 units of these in whole shopping basket.

By avoid or drastically reducing unhealthy foods intake, you will make your liver’s life a lot easier and it will take the time to repair itself.

Name Properties Instructions
White bread
  • High in Carbs.
  • Spikes blood sugar.
  • Spikes insulin levels.
Replace with whole wheat bread. Make sure it has a “100% Whole Grain” stamp.
Butter
  • Extremely high on fat (81%).
  • OK to eat once in a while in its natural form.
  • Completely avoid foods that made from high amounts of butter, like cakes and Boreks.
Sugar-high Breakfast Cereals
  • High in sugar and artificial sweeteners.
  • Some high in fat.
  • Contains flavorings, preservatives, and unnatural colors.
Opt for cereals with 100% whole grains and select a cereal fortified with added vitamins and minerals and rich in fiber.
Fast foods: Hamburger, Pizza, French fries.
  • High on fatty oil.
  • High on cholesterol.
  • Extremely fattening.
Limit 2 slices of pizza per 2 weeks, and 1 hamburger per 3 weeks.
Carbonated drinks
  • High on sugar and/or artificial sweeteners..
Replace with calorie-free carbonated water or soda.
Red meat, such as beef and bison
  • Very high on fat.
  • Very high on cholesterol.
  • Hard to digest.
Avoid high fat steaks.
Bacon
  • High on sodium.
  • Increases blood pressure.
  • Increases chance of diabetes.
OK to eat few rashers per week.
High fat cheese
  • High on fat.
  • High on cholesterol.
Replace with reduced fat (5%-9%) cheese like Feta, Ricotta, Siren, etc.
Canned foods: Soups, meats or vegetables
  • Usually contain lots of salt, which is hard to process by a damaged liver.
Use garlic, pepper or spices to flavor foods instead of salt.
Chocolate, cakes, cookies, candies, and other sweets
  • High in sugar
  • Usually has artificial sweeteners, flavorings, preservatives, and unnatural colors.
  • Addictive.
Replace all sweats with dark chocolate, and limit yourself to 4 cubes per week.
Alcohol
  • High in calories.
  • The liver works hard to break down alcohol, and if consumed excessively, it could lead to liver damage.
  • Limit of completely avoid any type of alcohol.
  • If you must, drink low-alcohol beverages, such as Red Wine, up to one glass per week.
Eggs
  • Extremely high in Cholesterol.
  • Moderate amount of fat (10%).
  • High in Protein. 

 

  • No need to avoid – just limit yourself to 2 x eggs per week.
  • If you like omelets include 1 whole egg, and 2 more eggs with only the “white” part

Smoothie for losing weight, controlling sugar and preparing for fasting

In 16oz cup, add 1/3 of each of coconut water, manila mango, and kale (blend) and then add nutmeg, cinnamon and 1 scoop of plant-based protein powder. Finally, add 1 tsp of lemon and 2 tsp of maple syrup.

And stir with love. This can be your morning or evening meal replacement when in your losing weight regimen.

This recipe will help lose weight, control diabetes, do fasting for the next 12hrs and provide the minerals and vitamins for 2 days to help balance hormones and body chemistry.

written and submitted by:

Connie Dello Buono, health coach
1hr/week of coaching from diet to exercise
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