Your liver is the organ that removes toxins in your body by filtering your blood. It converts them into harmless substances or removes them physically. But how does it eliminate such toxins from your body?
The liver secretes bile into the intestines for digesting fats. Bile contains many toxins that the liver extracts from your blood. After fats are digested, the bile is mostly reabsorbed in the intestines, causing its toxins to reenter the bloodstream.
If your diet has an adequate amount of dietary fibres, they bind or mop up some bile with its toxins and eliminate them through the stools.
By increasing fibre intake, you can enhance the process of toxin elimination in a natural way. That way, you don’t have to rely on fancy juices, concoctions, or procedures for your liver detoxification.
Here is my short video on this topic.
To Read More
- On this website, read: Benefits of fibre
- VeryWellHealth: What is bile?
- Experience Life: Fiber: Why It Matters More Than You Think
First published on: 25th November 2021
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Last Updated on: 30th July 2023