Special Report: Protecting Your Body From Toxins

Maylin Rodriguez-Paez, RN

Your liver sits in the right side of your upper abdomen and, weighing in at about four pounds, it's both the largest internal organ and the largest glandular organ in your body.

Serving as your body's built-in "detox center", your liver is your primary metabolic processor for virtually all substances. This includes those that are internally produced, like protein and cholesterol, and those that are externally introduced like chemicals, drugs and alcohol. In total, it performs over 300 critical metabolic functions. Pretty impressive, isn't it?

So, between processing the food you eat and fighting off chemical injuries, your liver needs about as much support as it can get. But how exactly do you help detoxify your body's own "built in" detoxifier? Check out the special report below to find out!



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