liver-detox

Liver: Gall Bladder Detoxification Program

When I first consulted Annie I had been suffering from recurring indigestion, nausea & low energy. Although I’ve looked after myself for years Annie’s diagnosis of gall stones proved correct. The liver detox was spot on. I didn’t think it was possible for me to pass all those gall stones! I’m planning my next gall bladder flush for next month & look forward to feeling even better. I’m eating normally & happily & my energy is so much better.

Richard – 58 years old Business Solutions Director

There is rarely a disease in the body that does not start in the liver!

  • Are you always irritable?
  • Does it take for ever for you do motivate yourself?
  • Do you suffer back & shoulder pain?
  • Have you given up on not ever suffering from hay fever, allergies & fatigue?

Then a liver gall bladder Detox is definitely for you!

Great Health Always Relies On A Vibrant Liver!

Cleansing the livers bile ducts of gallstones is one of the most important & powerful procedures you can undertake to radically improve your health.
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Initial Consultation with Full Liver Detox Program:

    • $167 for your first 90 minute session
    • Concessions Available
  • Follow-up Consultation:
    • $97 for 30 minutes
    • $110 for 60 minutes
  • Natural Medicines: price on application

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What does the Liver do?

The liver is the biggest organ in the body & one of the most important for overall health. It is the “seat” of all emotion & a healthy & happy liver reflects in a positive & emotionally balanced sate of being. If the liver is under-functioning, essential nutritional substances will not be effectively released & a myriad of health complaints can occur. Low blood sugar, diabetes, menstrual & other hormonal problems eventuate. The raw material for a healthy liver function comes from our diet & life style habits.

Where is the Gall Bladder & what does it do?

All diseases or symptoms of ill health begin with obstruction!!
The gall bladder, your livers closest “mate”, is a small organ attached to the underside of the liver. It is in this tiny organ that the bile, the substance that allows us to digest fats, is stored. The presence of stones in your liver & gall bladder greatly impairs the digestion of food, elimination of waste, & detoxification of harmful substances in the body. By unblocking your liver & gall bladder, your body’s 60-100 trillion cells will be able to absorb more oxygen & receive more nutrients. Elimination of metabolic waste products is more effective, & maintenance of perfect communication between the nervous & hormonal systems, & all other parts of your body can occur.

What health issues will be helped by a Liver / Gall Bladder Detox?

If you experience any of the following health problems, you may benefit from this individualised liver/gall bladder de-toxification program.

  • Digestive Disturbance
  • Bloating
  • Fat Intolerance
  • Diarrhoea/Constipation
  • Elevated Cholesterol
  • Allergies
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Mood Swings
  • Male & Female Hormonal Problems
  • Menstrual Irregularity
  • PMS
  • Infertility
  • Back and Shoulder Pain
  • Lack Of Motivation

How has my life style affected my Liver / Gall Bladder?

If you are overstressed, indulge too frequently in poor eating habits & “city” life-style; your liver can become overloaded & will not function efficiently. At the same time, small “gall” stones can form in the liver & move down to your gall bladder lodging there. The development & collection of stones in the gall bladder causes many digestive, hormonal & emotional problems

What are Gall Stones?

Almost every person with a chronic illness can have an excessive number of gallstones in their liver & gallbladder. However unless there is specific liver disease this all-important organ is rarely considered the culprit. The majority of gallstones consist of the same harmless substance that is found in liquid bile with cholesterol being the main ingredient. This substance in invisible to X-ray technology & ultrasound & often cannot be seen in your diagnostic testing.

How will a Liver / Gall Bladder Detox help my hormones?

Another function of the liver is to play a role in hormonal balance in the body. The liver recycles 15% of a woman’s estrogen supply. If it is congested & blocked the female hormones will be out of balance & many menstrual & digestive disturbances can occur.

Every one says I have a ‘Shitty Liver’! What does this mean?

In antiquity the liver was considered to be the seat of the mind & liver problems were seen to give way to grave emotional & mental problems. We now understand the depression can be caused by liver blockages & emotions of boredom, irritability frustration & bitterness are all indicative of the likelihood of stones in the liver. In Chinese medicine the liver is responsible for control of anger & holds all primary emotions

What foods can I eat to help my liver function properly?

  • Peppers, parsley, fresh organic fruit & vegetables & their juice, garlic, carrots, green foods, citrus fruit & soaked/sprouted whole seeds eaten raw or gently steamed.
  • Choline (a B vitamin) is found in soy products & is vital for the balanced use of cholesterol by the body.
  • Essential fatty acids found in olive oil & fish oils support & enhance liver function.
  • Raw Garlic, leeks, chives & spring onions are rich in natural sulphur, which
    decongests the liver.
  • Lemon & lime juice initiate enzymatic release, which stimulates detoxification of the liver.
  • Grapes also activate the liver, simulating glycogenic activity & bile secretion, & ripe mango invigorates & stimulates the appetite.
  • Bitter foods/herbs e.g. radishes & their green leaves, dark green vegetables & cabbage, tomatoes & turmeric all promote healthy flow of bile & liver cell regeneration.
  • juice will stimulate & cleanse the liver & gall bladder.
  • Try the following refreshing invigorating fresh juice.
  • Blend 60% carrot juice with 30% beetroot juice & 10% cucumber/apple juice. Drink 250-300 mls of this juice 3-4 times a week as a maintenance dose for healthy liver function

What foods should I avoid to help my Liver & Gall Bladder?

Fatty foods, (except for extra virgin olive oil) refined sugars, coffee, tea, alcohol, red meat & stimulants, including spices such as chilli. Also, keep your protein intake to the vegetable sources & white meat, maintaining an intake of no more than 30-65 gm per day.

I am currently under medical supervision for some long term health issues. Can I do a Liver Gall- Bladder Detox?

At My Health Sanctuary we always insist that your Medical Practitioner be informed of your choice to detox with us & has given you permissions to do so. We will always work in close co-operation with you Doctor.

Will I be able to talk to you during my program if I am worried about anything?

Yes! Of Course. Our professional team is there to support you as needed. You can even join in on our special on-line detox group!![/slide]
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I don’t know what would have happened to me if I had not stumbled upon your web site Annie. I have loved the gall bladder detox programs we have worked with. I think that the hardest thing was actually finally committing to the programs so thanks Annie for all the support in getting me there. I now feel 100% better than 6 months ago.

My sleeplessness, anxiety, headaches & acne are now mostly a thing of the past.

I have returned to work part time & my family & I are now planning an OS holiday. This would have been impossible before detoxing due to the extreme severity of my migraines & the disruption to my sleep due to the pain.

Many many thanks to ‘My Health Sanctuary’

Sylvia – 41 year old Physiotherapist

When I first consulted Annie I had been suffering from recurring indigestion, nausea & low energy. Although I’ve looked after myself for years Annie’s diagnosis of gall stones proved correct. The liver detox was spot on. I didn’t think it was possible for me to pass all those gall stones! I’m planning my next gall bladder flush for next month & look forward to feeling even better. I’m eating normally & happily & my energy is so much better.

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