In daily life, we rarely ever stop to think of our organs, especially the liver. It's good to be reminded every now and again.
Your liver works extremely hard to keep you healthy.
We live in a polluted world, with pesticides, chemicals, and artificial ingredients in our food, water, and air - just about everything we encounter in our modern lives.
Your precious liver is one of the most important organs for detoxification.Â It cleans and filters blood, working hard to remove toxic matter such as dead cells, microorganisms, metabolic waste, chemicals, drugs, and debris from the blood, so these substances can be excreted. The liver also secretes bile, which helps break down fats.
When your liver isn't working at its best, it can even contribute to weight gain. In her book The Prime, Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary explains it this way:
"If your body can't remove the toxin before it can hurt you, the safest solution is to store it safely away in your fat cells. The body will keep pumping it into your fat cells, until the fat cells can no longer accommodate the toxic load."
Fortunately, the ancient herbs, triphala and turmeric, create a dynamic duo that can help you give your liver the love it deserves and needs to safeguard you from toxins.
Triphala, made from the three fruits: amalaki, haritaki, and bibhitaki, has been regarded as a powerful way to restore balance for optimal health and well-being for thousands of years. The ancient people of India discovered that triphala helped manage indigestion and alleviate occasional constipation. Today it is still used as a healing tonic for the digestive system and turmeric has a natural microbial effect that helps re-establish the good gut bacteria and remove pathogens from the digestive system as well. Its anti-inflammatory properties help heal the gut by reducing inflammation in the gut lining.
Triphala nourishes the system as it helps the liver to work more efficiently and curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, is a superstar when it comes to your liver's health.
One of turmeric's primary benefits is its ability to support the liver.
So why shouldn't you give your liver the best chance to detoxify your body?
Triphala and turmeric make it easy. They are nature's answers to detoxification and cleansing.