What we’re talking about in this episode
- Gain a sense of what the liver does and how you can support it better
- Symptoms and key indicators of a sluggish liver
- How the liver plays a role in your hormone balance and estrogen metabolism
- The top 10 ways to love your liver and your hormones every day
- How to use essential oils to reduce your toxic burden and support detox pathways
When was the last time you thought about giving your liver a little TLC? The liver is one of the largest and most powerful organs in the body, and it determines everything from your hormones to your energy levels. During this time of year, it can be easy to overload your liver with too many holiday festivities, so it is important to know how to show your liver some love when you need too.
Today I am breaking down some nutritional, supplemental and lifestyle tips to optimize your liver and balance your hormones. I made this a jam-packed episode full of recommendations, recipes and truth bombs. Today and every day going into 2020 should be all about supporting your liver and ensuring that your hormones are running like a fine-tuned machine.
If you want to gain some more knowledge around what is going on inside of your body, learn some tools and resources that you can use to support your hormones or just optimize your body in a safe and natural manner, this is the episode for you. If your liver is working overtime this holiday season, it’s time to support your hard-working body with some simple and natural changes.
Are you ready to kick off the new year with some liver love? Share your strategies with us in the comments below.
“Do any of these signs or symptoms sound familiar to you? If so, this episode is going to provide you with some amazing recommendations.” (14:04)
“Although a liver vacation is great, your body and your liver need more than a vacation to get well. This is about creating a lifestyle that you can implement daily.” (21:53)
“Now that you have my go-to love-your-liver recipe and protocols, take a moment today or tomorrow and choose a couple of my recommendations to start supporting your liver.” (37:26)