Mystery heart palpitations are caused by a jelly-like substance produced by your liver when it’s occupied by certain troublemakers. This unique substance isn’t usually dangerous. It doesn’t hurt you directly; it doesn’t normally cause heart attacks or strokes. What it does is gum up the works. At first, the liver holds on to it to protect you. Before even that, the byproduct isn’t sticky. It’s just a buildup from a virus, EBV, feeding off its favorite fuels in the liver—old pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, plastics, solvents, old DDT storage bins that we all have, toxic heavy metals, and so much more.
When we never give the liver the opportunity to cleanse properly, such as with Liver Rescue 3:6:9, then rather than getting thinned out and dispersed, the buildup continues to build up and starts to get sticky. This is when the liver will still keep it contained. A liver in good working order will normally produce a chemical compound to help dissolve this sticky buildup. This compound only works as a degreasing agent when it touches oxygen in the blood. Since high fat levels in the bloodstream drive down oxygen levels, it has a harder time finding that oxygen when the blood is full of fat.
When your liver can’t contain its jelly-like buildup after a certain point, the substance leaves the liver through the bloodstream, overrides the chemical compound meant to dissolve it if the liver were in better shape, and finds its way to the heart, where it sticks inside valve entryways. It’s not a heart or valve disease; rather, with the right conditions, these little bits of “jelly” act like big snowflakes piling up on one another (on a microscopic level too small to observe). As it builds up, it can make the heart valves stick slightly, sending the heart into a slight, nondangerous spasm—resulting in that uncomfortable feeling in the chest. The “right conditions” to cause this sticking include a diet high in fat, an overload of troublemakers, and the resulting thick blood.
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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