The liver is full of biliary tubes that deliver bile to one large tube (the common bile duct). The gallbladder, attached to the common bile duct, is the storage reservoir for bile, which helps breakdown proteins and fats. Eating protein or fat triggers the gallbladder to release the bile, which finishes its trip down the common bile duct to the intestine.
The biliary tubes in a healthy liver allow the bile to flow with minimum restriction into the common bile duct.
Cleaning Your Liver
You can see your body releasing toxins through the lungs by breathing, the skin by perspiration, the kidneys by passing urine, and the large intestine by bowel movements.
Your liver is the biggest and most important organ in the body-it's the detox organ. Your liver condition can actually tell you how long you will live and how well you look and feel.
You have two main filters for detoxification: the liver and the kidneys. Blood carries nutrients and waste from the digestive system to your liver, where toxins are broken down and nutrient are absorbed. Blood travels out of the liver, partly clean, into your kidneys. The kidneys keep your nutrients in the bloodstream but relieve toxins through urination.
13-day cleanse and 2-day flush
- Comes with easy to follow directions
- Contains Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salts) in capsules (no bad taste!)
- Helps flush out toxins from the liver
- Enhances fat and protein digestion
- Supports normal bile flow
- Boosts immune system