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Drink This To Clean Your Liver And Detox Your Body In 5 Days

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Your liver carries many vital functions in the body, and it’s in the core of every metabolic process. It filters blood, produces enzymes needed for blood clotting, breaks down fat and releases energy.

Toxins burden the liver to an almost irreversible extent, and this has a huge impact on its function. Improperly functioning liver slows down the weight loss process, because the metabolism of fats goes at a slow pace as well.

Detoxify your liver regularly to boosts its function, and stimulate the breakdown of fats in the body. Our recipe is one of the most efficient ways to do that.  It will restore the natural powers of your liver within 5 days.

Here are the ingredients you need for this recipe:

- 1 cup parsley, chopped

- 5 celery stalks

- 6 cups of water

- 3 lemons

Preparation:

First, wash the ingredients well. Try to find organic lemons, because you won’t be peeling them. Blend the ingredients until smooth, but leave the water aside. Pour in the water, and blend again. That’s pretty much ever…

10 Warning Signs of Poor Blood Circulation

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We’d all agree that the human body is a very tricky matter. Everything in it is connected to each other, functioning in a circle in order to maintain the proper work of the system.

A good circulatory system definitely plays the most important role in maintaining a good condition of our health. There are many factors that can cause poor blood circulation including drinking, smoking, obesity as well as poor diet.

Poor blood circulation can lead to many health issues such as diabetes, blood clots, and heart diseases.

So, in order to prevent this to happen, we will present some of the warning signs of poor blood circulation. Make sure to read them very carefully!

Poor Blood Circulation

A decreased blood flow can have an impact on the kidneys function, making them unable to carry out the blood where it is needed. The blood stays in one place, settling around the tissues, which in turn causes swelling of the lower extremities.

Swelling usually occurs as a result of PMS, pregnancy or sedentary li…

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