Brussels sprouts are high in Vitamin K which promotes healthy bones, prevents calcification of tissues, serves as an antioxidant & anti-inflammatory agent, & is essential for proper brain & nerve function. Its high fiber content lowers cholesterol by bind
Deadly brain tumours called high-grade gliomas grow with the help of nerve activity in the cerebral cortex, according to a new study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. The current study, conducted in mice with an aggressive human brain cancer implanted in their brains, is the first to demonstrate stimulation of tumour growth by brain activity. The opensource study is published in the journal Cell. It is rare for an organ’s primary function to drive the growth of…
Bile Deficiency: Heartburn, Poor Digestion, Toxicity - Metabolic Healing A person who complains of feeling abdominal tightness, bloating and having a difficulty digesting fats may very well have a bile insufficiency.
Turmeric, one of the most powerful foods for maintaining a healthy liver, has been shown to actively protect the liver against toxic damage, and even regenerate damaged liver cells. Turmeric also boosts the natural production of bile, shrinks engorged hepatic ducts, and improves overall function of the gallbladder, another body-purifying organ.
Yellow Dock: Yellow dock is thought to benefit the digestive tract, liver and skin. One of its primary uses by herbalists is for skin conditions associated with poor digestion, poor liver function or "toxicity". Yellow dock has a mild laxative effect, due to constituents called anthraquinone glycosides. It appears to stimulate the release of bile and digestive enzymes.
Barberry - Also known as Berberis Vulgaris traditionally used to correct liver function to promote the flow of bile. It is also useful for inflammation of the gall-bladder or to help gall stones. It is also a good spleen remedy.
What do you know about your gallbladder? It’s this little, pear-shaped pouch that’s sitting behind your liver – but what does it do? Well, your gallbladder’s primary function is to hold on to this disgusting...