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What is a Liver Flush

What is a Liver Flush

A liver flush is a detoxification method that takes place in the liver. It takes about six days to complete. The goal of the liver flush is to release bile stones from the liver and the gallbladder through the G.I. Track. How is this release made possible? Well the liver flush has a few essential elements that are required.

  1. Malic Acid- Used to soften the stones preparing them for a painless release through the G.I. Track
  2. Magnesium- Used as a diuretic to evacuate the bowels, which is required to safely remove the bile stones
  3. Fat- Used just before sleeping to stimulate a  large production of bile that pushes large amounts of stones through the G.I. Track for expulsion

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