Tip 1: Go Dairy-Free
“Dairy tends to build up mucus and slow down liver function,” says Dr. Bravin.

Tip 2: Hit the Gym
“Many toxicants and toxins such as insecticides, toxic metals, and natural body waste are stored in our fat tissue. Therapeutic heat increases normal metabolic breakdown of fat tissue, releasing fat- stored toxicants so that they can be rapidly excreted in sweat,” advises Dr. Bravin.

Tip 3: Eat Liver-Friendly Foods
Increase your intake of liver supportive foods by eating 4-5 servings a day of organic kale, broccoli, beets, carrots, Brussels sprouts, onions, garlic, or artichokes.

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