Liver cleansing is a high effective option which can be used for the treatment of lipomas. Given that lipomas are produced as a result of toxins becoming trapped within the fat tissue of the body it makes perfect sense to cleanse the body of these toxins in the first place. This will reduce or even prevent the occurrence of lipomas.
The liver is a vital organ which helps the body to process fats and therefore maintains the bodys metabolism. If the liver is not performing to its full capacity then fatty deposits or lumps are more likely to be left in the body. In order for fat metabolism to take place it is crucial that the liver is kept in full working order and this is where liver cleansing comes into to play.
The amount of toxins the body takes in is vast and many can typically be found in the foods we eat, medications we may take and even in the environment in which we live. The body accumulates fat as a form of protection when the liver malfunctions and in unable to process these toxins. This fat is known as the lump classified as lipomas and is the bodys way of trying to expel them via the skin.
Liver Cleanses for Lipoma Treatment
Cleansing the liver is a very effective way to treat lipomas, but is a treatment which takes and requires some time in order to show any results. Cleansing the liver can be done naturally by eating a healthy diet and increasing the amount of fruit and vegetables we eat in place of the more fat dense foods. A great tip is to up the bodys intake of lemon juice, known for its ability to eliminate toxins. Drinking the juice of 1/2 – 1 whole lemon in 8oz of water and adding a 1/4 tsp of baking soda will create a highly alkaline beneficial drink that is very helpful to keep your liver clean.
Drinking plenty of water is also a great way to clean the liver and flush out toxins. It is recommended that we consume at least one and a half liters of water daily. Increasing the amount of fiber in our diet is also beneficial as it prevents excessive accumulation of bodily waste and avoids the body trying to find an alternative route to dispose of toxins such as via the skin, hence the development of lipomas.
Another form of cleansing the liver is known as a Liver Flush. This must be proceeded with caution and it’s best if you discuss this form of liver cleansing with your health professional. There are several liver flush recipes on the internet such as the original Dr. Hulda Clark’s liver flush recipe. A liver flush is known to have many health benefits and many practice this form of cleansing at least two to four times a year and I am one of them. You may feel a little the day of and the day after, but after that you’ll feel like a new person!