While we think of infants as beginning life with a clean slate, the truth is that a developing baby’s liver takes on the past. In utero, and even at the moment we were conceived, we inherited liver troublemakers from our parents, their parents, and so on down the family line. Any poison or pathogen that an ancestor has carried can end up in our livers before we’re born. Plus, early standard medical treatments for babies can fill newborns’ livers with troublemakers.
The average healthy person today is born with a liver running at 70 percent at best. Since we don’t learn how to care for our livers, that percentage gradually drops over someone’s lifetime. It can already start to slowly reduce early in life—and early liver trouble translates to many of the mystery health conditions that arise in babies and children. Health conditions, such as acid reflux, gastric distress, eczema and psoriasis, are signs and symptoms of what I call baby liver, when the liver struggles from the beginning of life because of all it’s inherited.
it’s not just babies these liver inheritances affect; it’s children, too. Unexplained constipation, stomach pain, intestinal spasms, and gastritis—these are liver-based symptoms. Crohn’s disease and colitis, IBS, other inflammatory issues in the digestive tract, or problems elsewhere, such as early mono, strep throat, ear infections, acne, bronchitis, random rashes with pustules, mysterious boils, hives, random swollen glands, fever, and blisters can all occur because of child liver. The liver determines more of children’s health and well-being than we know. Unexplained irritability, anger, frustration, and even tantrums in young ones. The liver starving for glucose can also get little ones very cranky, with low blood sugar episodes, fatigue, and seemingly random tiredness. Around age three, four, or five, it’s common for the liver to come out of stagnation and for symptoms and conditions to go away, at least temporarily.
Excerpts from Liver Rescue by Anthony William, Chapter 19. Read the full explanation and get your copy today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, The Book Depository, and anywhere books are sold.
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