Lower Cholesterol With Liver Detox

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Lower Cholesterol With Liver Detox

I was sitting in a waiting room last week with my friend who was talking with another lady. Apparently, her cholesterol went way up after the holidays. Hmmm . . . too much sugar, cheese, meat and alcohol I’d say. But is all that fat still circulating in the blood or is it something deeper?

Look no further than the liver. That’s right! It can get very congested with all that high-fat, high-sugar food people eat during the holiday season. For many people, it’s a year-round diet.

Did you know that the majority of the cholesterol in your body is made in your liver? And have you ever heard that cholesterol is actually a beneficial substance? It’s so essential that each cell in your body requires it. Too much cholesterol circulating in your blood can be a problem though, especially if you have high blood pressure and abdominal fat.

If you want a healthy cholesterol level, you must detox your liver and improve your liver health.

Your liver plays a central role in fat metabolism. If it works efficiently, the liver makes more of the good cholesterol (HDL cholesterol) and less of the bad cholesterol (LDL cholesterol—the small, dense type). If you have a fatty liver this becomes reversed and you end up with excess levels of LDL cholesterol floating around in your circulation, which can lead to blocked and hardened arteries. Even more dangerous And triglyceride fats can build up in the bloodstream, which is even more dangerous. Triglycerides are sticky fats that make your blood too thick and can cause poor circulation and blood clots.

How a Liver Detox Lowers Cholesterol

Your body flushes out excess cholesterol through the intestines when bile is released during a meal.  If your gallbladder has any stones or congestion in it, the release of bile (and excess cholesterol) can be hindered.  A liver/gall bladder cleanse can clear stones out of the gall bladder and the liver and support lowering cholesterol.

When you flush your liver and gallbladder, bile should be released more proficiently and thus your cholesterol will lower. Cholesterol will leave the body through the bile ducts. It must bind to soluble fiber to exit. (Tip: fresh juices have soluble fiber.) To lower your cholesterol, you should make sure that your bile ducts are clean. The only way for excess cholesterol to leave your body is through your bile ducts. Various herbs have the ability to increase bile flow and to help lower high cholesterol. Those herbs are called “cholagogue.” Cholagogues include: dandelion, Wormwood, Black-Walnut green hull, goldenseal, sage, radish, daikon, wheat grass and barley grass. I recommend Liver-Gallbladder Rejuvenator. Most of the bile that enters the intestines is resorbed in the small intestine and returned to the liver for reuse. The more fiber you eat, the less bile will be resorbed. Bile is a carrier of heavy metals, so it is good not to resorb it.

Besides high cholesterol, other symptoms of a congested liver include:

  • Poor digestion, bloating, gas, weight gain, cellulite, and constipation
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Coated tongue or bad breath in the morning
  • Mood changes, depression, “foggy” brain
  • Allergic conditions such as hay fever, hives, skin rashes, asthma
  • Headaches: migraines, tension headaches, hormonal headaches, cluster headaches, pain in the eyes, vision problems
  • Fluid retention, swollen legs, high blood pressure
  • Hypoglycemia, blood sugar instability
  • Inability to tolerate fatty foods, nausea, abdominal pains, acid reflux
  • Fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Acne, allergies, and asthma
  • Back pain
  • Brown or dark spots on the skin, often called age spots or liver spots
  • Bursitis
  • Cancer
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Immune system weakness
  • Insomnia
  • Kidney problems
  • Lupus
  • Obesity
  • Sinus problems
  • Small bright red spots on the body (cherry angiomas)
  • Thin stools
  • Candidiasis
  • Line between your eyebrows
  • Dark circles and bags under your eyes

To cleanse your liver, gallbladder and all your pathways of elimination, I highly recommend the 30-Day Detox and The Internal Cleanse Kit with the free Colon Cleanse Kit. The program started Monday, but you can still join the class that is starting later.

High doses of cholesterol-lowering drugs can cause side effects

If you opt for cholesterol-lowering drugs instead of addressing the real problem, you are not only stopping your body’s natural healing process, you are exposing yourself to drugs that will further congest the liver and have side effects such as depleting your body of Coenzyme Q10, which leads to fatigue, muscle weakness, soreness and ultimately heart failure. You may also experience the following:

  1. Liver inflammation
  2. Memory impairment
  3. Muscle inflammation, muscle pain, muscle weakness and cramps
  4. Weakening of the tendons and ligaments
  5. Inflammation and weakening of the heart muscle (cardiomyopathy)
  6. Mental and physical fatigue

Beet Cucumber Cleansing Cocktail

  • 1 cucumber, peeled
  • 3 carrots, scrubbed well, tops removed, ends trimmed
  • 1 beet with stem and leaves, scrubbed well
  • 2 ribs celery
  • 1 handful parsley
  • 1-2 inch chunk ginger root, scrubbed or peeled if old
  • 1/2 lemon, peeled
  • 1/2 apple

Cut produce to fit your juicer’s feed tube. Juice all ingredients and stir. Pour into a glass and drink as soon as possible.

Serves 1-2

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How to Clean up Air Pollution Inside Your Home

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How to Clean Up Indoor Air Pollution at Home

If you live in a city, you might be aware that there’s a lot of junk in the air, when you go outside.

Here, where I live on the Wasatch Front of Utah, our air quality, during the winter, can be worse than China’s on some days. On the day I wrote this post, our PM 2.5 (fine particulate pollution) was 850% the EPA’s upper limit.

Denver, and other mountain valleys, can be similar. When warm air traps the cold air in the “bowl” of the valley, we can’t breathe down here.

The CDC estimates 2,000 of us die, directly of the air quality, every year. This doesn’t account for how many of us are at higher risk for cancer and other problems, later on, from the exposure.

And of course, people with asthma and other respiratory and pulmonary problems are at very high risk.

What I didn’t know, until recent years, is that indoor air pollution can be worse. While particulate pollution is higher outside, chemical pollution can be exponentially higher, inside.

Why that’s so, and what I did to clean up virtually 100 percent of it in my own home, are the subject of this post.

Indoor Air Pollutants

The reason pollution is so high in our homes isn’t just related to nail polish, hairspray, air fresheners, laundry detergent, and chemical cleaning supplies. Many of us got rid of those things long ago, because they contain such toxic ingredients.

But we also have exposure to formaldehyde, heavy metals, and noxious gases from sources that are harder for us to control.

Consider that carpet is made of petroleum products, and sprayed with Stainmaster chemicals, and furniture upholstery is treated similarly. Paint contains dozens of toxic chemicals, and it offgasses for many years.

A new home is the most toxic place of all, given that all the sprayed chemicals are at their highest offgassing point. (Only very old homes will have lead paint, etc.)

I will briefly review the types of toxins in your home, and what filtration system I chose, and why. I won’t go into great depth about each type of pollutant, because the solution is very important.

There is a solution, it’s not very expensive, and it’s important that anyone living in a modern building do what they can, to protect their health.

(What if some of the unexplained symptoms you may be having are related to unseen pollutants in your indoor environment?)

The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that 7 million people a year die, worldwide, of environmental pollution, and 4.3 million of them are from primarily indoor pollutants.

WHO called air pollution “the world’s largest single environmental health risk” (March 25, 2014). We may have up to 500 times more pollution inside, than outside!

Luckily there’s much more we can do about our indoor air pollution, than what we’re able to control in our outdoor air pollution, as well.

And since most of us spend over 90 percent of our time inside, it’s critically important to address the issues.

Particulate Pollution

Some of what’s outside, gets inside. Besides your doors, think of your vents, and ductwork. Your heater and air conditioner create their own byproducts, but they also recirculate very fine material, called particulates, that gets in the smallest airways of your lungs, and doesn’t come out, easily. This puts you at risk for many lung problems, from asthma to lung cancer.

Some particulate is under 10 microns in diameter, PM 10, and some is much smaller (and more dangerous), such as PM 2.5. Each category has been linked by research to specific respiratory, pulmonary, and cardiovascular problems.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s)

Toxic gases, including formaldehyde, carbon, chlorine, fluorine, toxic forms of ozone, nitrogen oxides, and other chemicals offgas from personal-care products, cleaning supplies, carpet, paint, lumber and building supplies, and furniture.

Industrial plants and car emissions contribute to the problem, outdoors. (Never let your car idle in the garage!)

Most candles you burn for ambience also produce gases that are toxic to human cells.

And the vast majority of indoor air filters do nothing to eliminate these chemical pollutants, even if they do a reasonable job of cleaning up particulates.

Infectious Micro-organisms

Bacterial and viral organisms thrive in wet washcloths and damp environments in the home. A recent trend is to treat the problem with antibacterial soaps, gels, wipes, and other products.

The personal-care industry is making a fortune on these products. But the problem with this approach, from the standpoint of your health, is similar to the effects of our taking antibiotics:

Yes, it wipes out the “bad” bacteria in that spot (for instance, your counter, or your hands), but antibacterial gels and soaps also kill the entire “microbiome,” including all the “good” bacteria, on your skin. Which you need, for healthy skin, and—ironically—for keeping the bad bacteria you’ll pick up, a few minutes later from another source, in check.

(You can kill the bacteria in a small area, with one of those products, but guess what: they’re everywhere. In the air, and on dozens of other surfaces in the room. In the end, we can’t live in a bubble, and we can’t spray or gel or wash every corner of the Universe.)

And here’s something you may not know, which will save you some money, buying those products:

The “good” bacteria outnumber the bad, by a ratio of anywhere from 10:1, to 100:1. We need them, as they create an ecosystem where the good guys keep the bad guys in check.

Doctors discovered (quite accidentally) well over a century ago, that operating on patients, or delivering babies, with unwashed hands, was a terrible idea. Washing your hands is, categorically, a good thing. Especially after interacting with a risk factor like a smelly dishrag, raw chicken, or a sick person.

Perhaps the ubiquitous anti-bacterial products in our homes, schools, and workplaces these days are–“overkill?”

Pet Dander

How to Clean Up Air Pollution Inside Your HomeAs my children grow up and leave home, my kitty is my best friend. I’d never give her up, because while she may have dander that isn’t particularly conducive to human health, she’s my buddy while I sit at my computer, researching and writing every day.

Contact with a furry pet is healing and raises our vibration in so many ways, especially for people who live alone.

But I’m slightly allergic to cats, and so is my 17-year old son. We had no cats for 20 years, while my oldest son lived here, as he was severely allergic (and asthmatic, in his younger years).

Tennyson and I take beta glucan, which scientists have published many studies about its effect on strengthening the immune system. For us, the effect has been that we are able to tolerate cats, now, with no symptoms.

Although some people have allergies to cats, and sometimes dogs—all of us are at least mildly reactive to danders. Even if you don’t itch and sneeze, around cats, their dander provokes an immune response, which puts your immune system in “fight” mode, making it weaker against a cold or flu, or more serious illness, when it comes along.

Purifying the air from danders is another reason to consider a great filtering system that eliminates this, as well as particulate and infectious organisms.


Awareness is increasing that some forms of mold in a home—even from a water leak that soaked drywall or carpet many years ago—has made legions of children and adults sick.

That illness doesn’t always disappear after the family rebuilds the problem wall or ceiling or floor–or even moves away.

That’s because those mold spores take up residence in the human respiratory system, organs and tissues, and can take years of treatment and clean eating, to recover from.

Most of us think of “black mold” as being the killer, but virtually all molds cause an immune response, weakening the entire immune system, over time.

Common Symptoms of Indoor Air Pollution

If you have any of the following symptoms, the culprit may be particulate or chemical pollution inside your home:

  • Sneezing
  • Wheezing
  • Itchy throat or nose
  • Itchy or watering eyes
  • Nasal congestion
  • Coughing
  • Itchy skin
  • Hives/rash
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Runny nose
  • Stomach ache / Nausea

Long-Term Health Risks of Indoor Air Pollution

Long term, if you are exposed to many of these pollutants, documented health risks include:

  • Respiratory infections
  • Heart disease
  • Pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Cancer
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Asthma

The Best Indoor Air Pollution Solution I’ve Found

Over the years, a few times, I researched the options, to clean up the air in my home (where I also work)–but was frustrated that the solutions were (a) noisy, (b) cleaned up some, but not nearly all, of the particulate, and (c) cleaned up the particulate, but not the chemical pollution.

Recently, I discovered a solution that eliminates not only 100 percent of the particulate, even as small as below PM .3, but also virtually all (over 99.96%) of the chemical toxins as well.

I was shocked that a quiet, portable unit I could put in the corner of a room would change the air three times, in 900 square feet, every hour–adjusting to light, moderate, or heavy pollution. (My unit actually shows me how bad the air currently is, in my home.)

I asked the company if I could buy a few of the $599 units, for my 4,500 sq. ft. home, as well as one for each of my adult children’s apartments. (This is officially the least excited I’ve ever seen them get, about a Christmas gift.). And, I negotiated a 50% off deal with Air Doctor, for my purchase, so each unit was only $299.

Then, they agreed to extend that deal to GreenSmoothieGirl readers, which I’m happy to share with you. And you can get that discount, now, for any number of units—even just one. If you get just one unit, put it in the part of your home you spend the most time in!

Both of the times I studied out the technology and eventually abandoned my search, because the options just weren’t good enough—or they were terribly expensive. This new option isn’t pricey, and it works. Air Doctor was able to prove to me that this technology is about 100 times more effective than other solutions on the market.

I have to replace my inexpensive replacement filter about every 6 months, though in less polluted areas, you may be able to use yours for up to 12 months.

Now my family and I can “breathe easier,” both literally and figuratively.

I love that when I move to the higher elevations, next year, in Park City, Utah—out of the inversion, finally, when my youngest heads off to college!—I can take these portable units with me.

My hope is that this helps you, on your road to health. So many folks I talk with, on my many lecture tours over the years, have unexplained symptoms that doctors haven’t been able to diagnose.

And it’s a very rare doctor educated about environmental toxins, who will help you, in your super-sleuthing of “what’s making me sick.”

We can’t live in a non-toxic world, especially those of us living in urban areas, thanks to 80,000 chemicals approved by our government for use in our environment. But we can, and should, protect our families from as much of it as we can.

Replace Your Products With Cleaner Versions

Be sure to buy nail polish free from the biggest toxins, if you paint your nails. It’s not exactly “non-toxic,” but it eliminates the 10 worst offenders, in most common nail-polish brands. Paint your nails outdoors, not indoors (and leave it off, in the winter when your feet are covered).

Don’t use the “gel toes” in the salon. There’s a reason your nail technician covers her mouth and nose with a mask! To get it off, many nail technicians ask you to dip your toes in acetone, which is terribly toxic and is absorbed through the many large pores in your feet, right into your bloodstream.

Stop using hairspray, if possible, and replace your hair products and other personal-care items with non-toxic versions found in natural-products stores.

We’ve made you a wallet card, to take to the store with you, to compare ingredients against anything you buy. The wallet card is free, and it identifies the chemicals linked in research to serious health risks.

I have the same advice for cleaning products. The worst are the ones you spray in your shower to get rid of limescale. (Remember, that’s an enclosed space, and the steam in your shower makes your skin that much more permeable to those noxious gases.) You can get non-toxic cleaning products, as well, from a natural products store. More brands are becoming eco-friendly and far better for you, but not the ones you find in the typical “cleaning” aisle of Walmart, Target, etc.

If you burn candles, buy them with non-metal wicks and no-toxins wax products. For a bigger spend, you can paint your home with less-toxic paint, and even buy non-toxic furniture.

With these tips, and a small but important investment in a portable air filtration unit in your home, I hope you’re breathing easier, soon!

–Robyn Openshaw, MSW is a researcher and the bestselling author of 15 titles, including 2017’s Vibe by Simon & Schuster, and 2009’s The Green Smoothies Diet.

She runs a bi-annual 26-Day Detox, which you can learn about in a free video masterclass, here. She is a single mother of four children, an international lecturer, and she plays competitive tennis year-round in Utah.


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Explaining Adrenal Fatigue and a Green Smoothie

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Adrenal fatigue is still a fairly new term that is being used to describe a set of symptoms including body aches, fatigue, unexplained weight loss, low blood pressure, lightheadedness, loss of body hair, and skin discoloration. (source) To understand what adrenal fatigue is, it’s important to note what the adrenal glands do.

The adrenal glands sit atop the kidneys and function as exocrine glands that produce a variety of essential-to-life hormones including adrenaline, aldosterone, and cortisol. In short, these hormones are responsible for regulating the body’s metabolism, immune system suppression, regulation of blood pressure and electrolyte balance, and the rapid response to stress. (Think: flight or fight response.)

After long periods of extreme stress or dysfunction of the adrenal glands (such as with certain diseases or the presence of tumors, etc.) there may be an imbalance of one or more of those hormones either from over- or under-production. To confirm the imbalance or inadequate levels of the adrenal hormones, blood tests are needed. But those common symptoms are also a good indicator that something is wrong. To sum up: adrenal fatigue can be pretty debilitating. (source)

The best way to treat suspected adrenal fatigue is to first visit with a healthcare professional. Some doctors are still a little skeptical of the term “adrenal fatigue.” Naturopathic and alternative medicine practitioners are more likely to diagnose and help treat the condition. In any case, it’s important to find out if there are any other health conditions that could be causing the symptoms. Then follow a treatment plan. Lifestyle and diet changes are usually necessary to recover from adrenal fatigue.

How To Recover From Adrenal Fatigue

The common protocol for treating adrenal fatigue is as follows:

  • follow an adrenal diet which entails avoiding foods that cause inflammation and loading up on anti-inflammatory foods.
  • eat high-protein foods along with plenty of vegetables and whole grains
  • avoid refined sugars and processed foods
  • go to bed early
  • take a supplement with B5, B6, and B12 vitamins (under doctor supervision)
  • consume foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, curcumin (turmeric), and vitamin C
  • add adaptogenic herbs to your diet – cordyceps, ashwagandha, rehmannia, and licorice root
  • hydrate properly throughout the day
  • replace any missing nutrients (confirmed by doctor’s blood test and under supervision) such as vitamin D, magnesium, zinc, and selenium
  • rest during the day, as needed
  • participate in regular meditation and use other stress-relieving breathing techniques
  • do yoga or another mild exercise (as not to create more fatigue)

This Adrenal Fatigue Green Smoothie is chock full of nutritious ingredients chosen for their anti-inflammatory and adrenal-supporting properties. Baby spinach is high in iron and contains moderate amounts of vitamins B6 and C. Cauliflower is high in vitamin C, and is a great source of B6, and magnesium. Coconut water provides extra B6, magnesium, and iron. Pineapple is extremely high in vitamin C, and one cup provides another 10% RDV of B-6 and 5% magnesium. Turmeric is well-known for its anti-inflammatory properties thanks to curcumin, but it’s also high in iron and B6. Finally flax oil is one of the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids. This smoothie is hydrating and full of heart- and GI-tract-friendly dietary fiber.

Another helpful way to combat adrenal fatigue is to include adaptogenic herbs in your diet. They can better help your body respond to stress and recharge the adrenal glands. The best adaptogens for stress are rhodiola, mucuna pruriens, ashwaganda, cordyceps, schisandra, and licorice root. Maca and ginseng are great for fatigue. But a word of caution, discuss using these herbs with your healthcare provider as some adaptogens may interact with any prescription medications or supplements.

Adrenal Fatigue Smoothie

This smoothie contains specially chosen ingredients to help the adrenal glands recover and support health and wellness.

  • 2 cups baby spinach (fresh)
  • 1 cup coconut water (unsweetened)
  • 1 orange (peeled)
  • 2 cups pineapple (cubed, fresh or frozen)
  • 1 cup cauliflower florets (frozen)
  • 1 tablespoon fresh turmeric (or 1 teaspoon ground turmeric)
  • 2 tablespoons flax oil
  • Optional: adaptogenic herbs (see notes)
  1. Place spinach, coconut water, and orange in blender. Puree until smooth.
  2. Add pineapple, cauliflower, turmeric, flax oil, and any adaptogenic herbs, if using. Blend again.
  • If using adaptogenic herbs, use according to package directions for specific type and always check with a medical professional before using as some may cause interactions with prescription medications.

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Is Your Liver Toxic?

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Is Your Liver Toxic?

Our stressful, carb-filled lives stress the liver and overburden it.  Illness or disease are inevitable if we don’t cleanse and rejuvenate it.To rebuild and repair the liver, it’s imperative that we do the following:

  • Remove excess fat from the liver
  • Support the flow of bile
  • Flush out the toxins that have been stored in the liver
  • Dissolve or pass stones that are stored in the liver (yes the liver can get stones just like the gallbladder); also cleansing the gallbladder is important
  • Regenerate damaged liver cells

Things That Harm the Liver

  • Overexertion; overworking, pushing yourself when you are tired
  • Overeating
  • Stress
  • Too much protein
  • Too many carbs, especially sugar, refined carbs, and starches (They get stored as fat in the liver.)
  • Alcohol
  • Heavy metals
  • Pesticides
  • Parasites
  • Lack of exercise

Benefits from cleansing that you may never have heard before:

  • Hair stops falling out
  • Skin glows and you may get a bit of a facelift
  • Brain fog clears
  • More enjoyment of life
  • Better sleep

Physical Symptoms of a Stressed Out Liver

  • Digestive problems
  • Allergies
  • Circulation problems
  • Red, dry eyes or puffy eyes
  • Water retention or edema
  • Elevated cholesterol
  • High blood pressure
  • Shoulder pain
  • Pain across the back and below the shoulder blades
  • Lack of energy
  • Felling not well

Emotional Symptoms of a Stressed Out Liver (also these emotions can cause liver stress)

  • Irritation
  • Impatience
  • Critical
  • Rage
  • Hate
  • Angry outburst
  • Overly reactive
  • Not feeling heard
  • Not feeling loved
  • Not being recognized
  • Judgmental
  • Controlling
  • Inability to express your feelings in a balanced way
  • Lack of joy
  • Inability to be honest with yourself and others
  • Unable to be authentic
  • Addictions

Feeling Overwhelmed?

If the liver is functioning well, you are better able to deal with problems effectively. But if you find yourself reacting to life with tension and emotional frustration, bitterness or anger, then there’s a good chance your liver needs cleansing.

The liver is at the base of our confidence, character, and strength or weakness. If you don’t have much liver strength, you may spend a great deal of your time just getting by…like you’re going in circles. If you have poor liver blood reserves, you can experience extra tension, which prevents you from sleeping well.  Deep restful sleep restores your body and soul and helps you deal with problems more creatively.


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Liver Cleanse Juice Cocktail

Garlic helps your liver activate enzymes that can flush out toxins. It also has a high amount of allicin and selenium, two natural compounds that aid in liver cleansing.

  • 4-5 carrots, scrubbed, tops removed
  • 2 ribs celery
  • 1/2 lemon, peeled, if not organic
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 1-inch chunk ginger root

Juice all ingredients, stir, and enjoy!

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