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Teleconference Call with Donna Roth and Guests

Monday, Dec.5/22

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TAFYH team 71; Completion Ceremony on Friday

Advanced TAFYH 30 participants.

Guest Speaker; Brian, TAFYH grad Team 71, bladder cancer

Your Primary Detoxification Center: Your Liver

One Day Liver Cleanse

Words of Interest from Carol

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The liver produces bile to aid in the digestion of fats. Bile also serves as a channel for the elimination of excess cholesterol and environmental toxins. The liver makes cholesterol to transport fats through the body. Low-density lipoproteins (LDL) transport fats to the cells while high density lipoproteins (HDL) laden with toxins and fats back to the liver for elimination. Liver health is therefore critical to the proper metabolism of fats and cholesterol in the body. There is no such thing as bad cholesterol in the body.

Most of the cholesterol in your body doesn’t come from your diet; it is manufactured by your liver. Cholesterol is used to bind environmental toxins, which is why it is usually higher in people living in Western civilization and why lowering your levels of cholesterol with statin drugs increases your risk of cancer. The liver removes excess cholesterol from the body via the bile, so sluggish bile function, dehydration and a lack of fiber in the diet will cause cholesterol laden with toxins to elevate. There is a product that helps to maintain good cholesterol levels and it is called Cholesterol Reg. I would also add Psyllium Hulls combination as your prebiotic fiber to pull out that cholesterol full of poisons from all the vaccines, antibiotics, drugs you have exposed you body to.

The liver acts as a kind of warehouse for the blood. The liver stores nutrients so they can be released into the bloodstream to be used by the cells

The liver is the body’s primary detoxification center. Although every cell has some ability to detoxify, the liver has numerous enzyme systems for breaking down metabolic waste and environmental toxins so they can be eliminated through the kidneys or the bowels.

As a storage center, the liver plays a very critical role, along with the pancreas and adrenals, in maintaining normal blood sugar levels. The liver stores excess sugar when the Sphincter of Oddi blood sugar is high and releases it again when blood sugar levels drop. Thus, both hypoglycemia and diabetes can be related to problems with the liver.

 The liver plays an important role in the immune system. When bacteria or infectious organisms are absorbed from the intestinal tract, the liver acts as a back-up line of immune defense, destroying them before they can get into the rest of the body.

The liver stores carbohydrates such as glycogen, which can be quickly converted into glucose (for energy) if needed by the brain, muscles or other organs. • Hydrogenated fats and the chemicals found in processed foods cause the liver to work harder. • The proteins albumi  globulin and fibrinogen — all components of blood plasma – are manufactured in the liver.

Because the liver has so many important functions, it’s easy to see how even moderate liver dysfunction could contribute to a whole host of health problems. Unfortunately, moderate liver dysfunction is not something that is on the “radar” of modern medicine, which tends to only recognize serious liver disorders like hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver. The following list explains some of the physical problems that may be tied to liver dysfunction.

• Constipation - Bile from the liver is a natural laxative. Bile is like the soap for the intestinal tract.

• Diabetes (adult onset) - The liver works with the pancreas and adrenals to regulate blood sugar.

• Flushing of the face and hot flashes - In Chinese medicine, there is a condition called “liver fire rising” in which an over-heated and irritated liver will cause redness and flushing of the face with sensations of heat. Soothing the liver relieves this condition.

• Food allergies - Many allergic reactions to foods come from either a lack of digestive enzymes or a toxic and overburdened liver that can’t properly process certain nutrients.

• Groggy, sluggish feelings - When the liver is overburdened, we wake up feeling groggy and sluggish and may feel like Did You Know?

• The liver affects nearly every physiological process of the body and performs over 500 different chemical functions.

• The liver filters over a liter of blood each minute. IF the liver is sluggish  we can then experience “brain fog,” the sense that we just can’t think clearly.

• Hay fever and allergy-induced asthma - The liver breaks down excess histamine in the system through its enzymatic detoxification pathways. If some of these pathways are sluggish, histamine reactions occur more readily and we will experience respiratory problems as a result.

• Headaches, especially migraines - People who experience frequent headaches may have sluggish liver detoxification or may be dehydrated and unable to flush toxins the liver has processed. Migraines, in particular, seem to have a strong connection to the liver, as improving liver function often seems to reduce the severity and frequency of migraines.

 • Hormonal imbalances- The liver breaks down excess hormones, so problems with liver enzyme systems can cause hormone imbalances.

• PMS symptoms - Many symptoms of PMS (anger, irritability, depression, mood swings, etc.) are due to hormonal imbalances caused by congestion in the liver. When it is unable to break down excess hormones properly, the liver contributes to those PMS problems.

• Hyperactivity - Irritation in the liver makes a person feel “on edge” and contributes to hyperactivity in children.

• Hypochondriac feelings - The vague nature of liver symptoms and the inability of some health care providers to identify the liver as the cause makes people with liver dysfunction feel like they are hypochondriacs.

• Hypoglycemia - The liver stores sugar for release when the blood is low in sugar. Inadequate stores of glycogen in the liver contribute to low blood sugar.

•Insomnia - People with moderate liver dysfunction tend to feel restless in the evening and are unable to fall asleep easily because the liver energy is most active around midnight (according to TCM philosophy). In the morning, however, they wake up feeling tired and sluggish.

•Intestinal gas, bloating and distress - While these symptoms are primarily digestive, they can also signal moderate liver dysfunction.

• Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea - Toxins that the liver has dumped into the intestines can irritate the intestinal tract, causing the digestive tract to try to flush these irritants through vomiting or diarrhea. In some systems of traditional medicine, the 24-hour flu was called a liver crisis.

• Prostate problems - Sluggish liver detoxification and congestion of the venous circulation in the liver is a contributing factor to prostate swelling and enlargement.

• Severe body odour - This is a sign the body is toxic, which points to the need to cleanse the liver and digestive tract.

• Skin disorders (acne, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, etc.) and skin eruptive diseases (chicken pox, measles, etc.) - In traditional Western medicine, these conditions were thought to be the result of “impure blood” and treated with “blood purifiers.” These purifying herbs are typically bitters that improve liver and lymphatic function. Remember that part of the liver’s job is to prevent toxins from the digestive tract entering the general circulation and to remove them from the blood. When it is unable to do this, the job of removing these toxins falls on other eliminative systems like the skin.

• Varicose veins - Generally, when one has varicose veins, one also has sluggish venous circulation in the liver.

The Liver and Emotional Imbalance

 Emotional imbalances that can be connected with the liver. These include:

• Anger, irritability and defensiveness - In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and traditional Western medicine the liver is seen as the seat of anger. Anger is the emotion that allows us to stand up for and protect ourselves. The liver is the primary organ that protects the internal systems against environmental toxins and appears to have a strong link with feelings of anger. Relieving congestion and irritation in the liver can help people feel more calm and less prone to be easily irritated. Hence, feeling easily angered is a major symptom that your liver may need to be cleansed.

• Depression and discouragement - These emotions are the opposite of anger because they are feelings of being defeated and overwhelmed. These feelings are often connected with sluggish liver function, where the liver is inefficient in its removal of toxins from the body.

One of the herbs that has  remarkable detoxification alkaloids called silymarin is Milk thistle, Studies have shown that milk thistle has a protective effect on liver tissue, even in cases of chemical poisoning. It keeps toxins absorbed by the intestines from damaging the liver while it works to neutralize them. Milk thistle inhibits liver damage, thus helping the body flush out toxins. Anyone who works around fat-soluble chemicals of any kind (painters, hair stylists, dry cleaners, auto mechanics, etc.) ought to include milk thistle to their daily supplement regimen.

I had a personal experience with how the body handles these fat-soluble toxins one summer while I was camping with my kids. We arrived at our campsite after dark. I was wearing shorts and in my attempt to fill the Coleman lantern with white gas, I spilled gasoline all over my legs. I knew this wasn’t good, but I wiped it off and didn’t think too much about it. On the second night of our camping trip, I woke up in the middle of the night with my head swimming and my stomach churning. I thought I had food poisoning. After several hours of dozing in and out of sleep, and trying to drink some water to flush my system, I finally managed to throw up. What I threw up was mostly bile. None of my kids were sick, so I realized that I couldn’t have had food poisoning. What was the problem then? I finally realized it was the white gas. My body had used cholesterol in my bloodstream to grab hold of the chemical and transport it to my liver, where it was processed and then dumped into the bile ducts for elimination. This nauseated me and caused me to throw up, eliminating the chemical from my system as I threw up the bile containing the toxin. If just one exposure to a fat-soluble chemical like gasoline could do that, think about what repeated exposure to solvents, cleaning solutions, beauty parlor chemicals, paints, mercury, and a host of other fat soluble chemicals over a long period of time can do. If the eliminative channels can’t get rid of it, then it’s going to get stored— in fat. If you break down the fat, then the chemicals are going to be released into the bloodstream, causing a variety of problems if the liver and eliminative organs aren’t strong enough to handle them. Laurence Smith

My Three Day Liver Detox

8 am 1 glass of water and 1 tsp of Psyllium Hulls,  2 LBS11, 4 Lecithin

Have a smoothie for breakfast


9 am Glass water with lemon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule


10 am 1 glass of water with Chlorophyll 1tablespoon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule


11 am 9 am Glass water with lemon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule


12 Noon 1 glass of water and 1 tsp of Psyllium Hulls and 2 LBS11 and 4 Lecithin

Have soup and salad for lunch


1 pm  Glass water with lemon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule


2 pm 1 glass of water with Chlorophyll 1tablespoon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule


3 pm Glass water with lemon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule


4 pm 1 glass of water with Chlorophyll 1tablespoon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule



5 pm Glass water with lemon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule


6 pm 1 glass of water and 1 tsp of Psyllium Hulls and 2 LBS11 and 4 Lecithin

Have soup and salad for supper


7 pm 1 glass of water with Chlorophyll 1 tablespoon

Milk Thistle 1 tablet, LiV-A 2 capsules, Liver Support 1 capsule