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Rosacea - Rosacea is actually one variety of eczema. When someone has a rosacea-style rash on the nose, cheeks, chin, or forehead, it’s just a garden variety of eczema that happens to appear on t..
Vitiligo - Vitiligo is another viral condition—not genetic or the body attacking itself. This one is different from rashing conditions; here, dermatoxins injure the cells that produce skin pigment..
Cellulitis - Cellulitis comes from a combination of streptococus plus dermatoxins. The strep has escaped to subcutaneous lymphatic vessels, and it’s the bacteria’s interaction with dermatoxins..

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Rosacea

Rosacea is actually one variety of eczema. When someone has a rosacea-style rash on the nose, cheeks, chin, or forehead, it’s just a garden variety of eczema that happens to appear on the face, not yet another separate, mysterious skin condition.

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Almost every single skin condition comes from the liver. The intestinal tract often becomes involved by default in a forced collaboration; however, conditions labeled eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, lupus, cellulitis, vitiligo, age spots, other discolorations, and more start and end with the liver.

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Your liver releases dermatoxins (formed by viruses feeding off heavy metals and other toxins in your liver) to the surface of your skin to protect you. The skin knows your liver is getting overwhelmed with pathogens and their byproduct and toxins, and in a panic, it pushes poisons up to the surface in a rush. The dermatoxins, which are at least far away from your internal organs now, do make life uncomfortable; they’re highly inflammatory to skin tissue, causing blemishes, fissures, cracks, scabs, flaking, scarring, bleeding, and rashes of all kinds. The associated irritation occurs because of tiny nerve endings all through the epidermis. When inflammation occurs, the nerves get squeezed and pulled apart, causing the itchiness, discomfort, and outright pain of the rash. 

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The level to which these symptoms disrupt your life can depend on the strain of EBV or other virus present, the levels of heavy metals or other toxins present inside the liver, how sluggish the liver is, and your current diet, which could contain unhelpful foods that are feeding the underlying cause, the viral strain.

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Rosacea is usually mercury-based, with that mercury present in both the liver and the small intestinal tract, plus a virus, most commonly EBV.

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Vitiligo

Vitiligo is another viral condition—not genetic or the body attacking itself. This one is different from rashing conditions; here, dermatoxins injure the cells that produce skin pigment, which are hypersensitive to these poisons. These dermatoxins come from a virus, HHV-6 or occasionally an EBV variety, sitting inside the liver feeding on formaldehyde as well as aluminum and some copper. Mainly it’s larger deposits of aluminum interacting with traces of formaldehyde that makes the dermatoxic solution destructive to pigment-producing cells.

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Cellulitis

Cellulitis comes from a combination of streptococus plus dermatoxins. The strep has escaped to subcutaneous lymphatic vessels, and it’s the bacteria’s interaction with dermatoxins coming out of the liver from a virus there that creates this particular skin condition.

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Scleroderma

Scleroderma is a version of psoriatic arthritis, which is basically an eczema or psoriasis accompanied by deeper tissue pain, joint pain, and often sensitivity to cold and heat. Once again, the body’s not attacking itself, and it’s not genetic. In scleroderma, a different EBV strain than the common eczema ones is at work, and it’s feeding on more mercury than copper. Common sources of mercury here include pesticides, insecticides, and fungicides. Symptoms come from dermatoxins and neurotoxins combined, with dermatoxins affecting the skin and neurotoxins affecting deep connective tissue and joints.

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Lichen sclerosus results from a virus in the liver consuming copper, mercury, and traces of inherited DDT. The resulting dermatoxins (produced by the virus feeding on the toxic heavy metals and DDT) can go anywhere, though they tend to stay lower in the body, most of the time from the waist down. That’s because the traces of DDT in the dermatoxins tend to pull them downward when they enter the bloodstream and settle in the lymphatic system, so when the dermatoxins surface at the skin level, that tends to be in lower areas of the body. 

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Often confused with eczema, this condition is different; in lichen sclerosus, the skin becomes more fragile. It’s also often confused with common dermatitis at first and then later considered to be an autoimmune condition when it doesn’t improve. Make no mistake; this is a viral condition of the liver. It’s not genetic, either, though believing so is a classic medical blunder. Any occurrence through the family line is because of DDT passed from generation to generation.

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Age Spots

Age spots are caused by internally produced dermatoxins made of one-half methylated aluminum and the other half a mix of methylated cadmium, nickel, lead, and mercury; different types of age spots depend on the composition of that second half. Medical science and research aren’t aware that internally produced dermatoxins exist. Nor do they know they cause cause age spots and other skin conditions.

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Actinic keratosis, in which patches of skin become tough, rough like sandpaper, or slightly bumpy and can come and go, is one of the many forms of eczema. Here, a specific EBV strain, one of the 60 varieties of the virus, is feeding on higher levels of mercury with some copper that are in the liver.

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Classic dermatitis is a garden variety of psoriasis caused by a virus inside the liver feeding off copper, a little bit of aluminum and pesticides, and traces of DDT. The virus is one of the more common mutations of EBV.

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Seborrheic dermatitis comes from a toxic liver. There is no viral relation; it’s not a pathogen causing the issue. It’s a liver that is high in a little bit of everything (different toxins) that’s also on the verge of becoming pre-fatty. The sluggish liver is resulting in dirty blood, and the toxins it contains coming to the surface is what causes the symptoms here.

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Bloating

Part of bloating is the gut coping with poorly digested food. Another part is that when the liver is stagnant to the point of lower bile production, it means that it’s also overburdened with toxic materials that are leaching out into the bile, so they end up back in the intestinal tract, or they’re being excreted from the bottom of the liver, floating down, saturating lymphatic vessels around the colon, and absorbing into the colon through its intestinal walls. Bacteria, viruses’ waste matter and heavy metal oxidative runoff are among the materials that can bleed into the intestine. These all coat the lining of the small intestine and colon, causing more bloating as it hampers any good bacteria that are present and feeds bad bacteria and other unproductive microorganisms.

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Overgrowth of strep can cause SIBO to develop, with strep flourishing in pockets of the intestinal tract, creating gas that pushes the intestinal linings outward and contributing to bloating. Due to low bile and hydrochloric acid production, undigested food debris composed particularly of fat and protein enters the scene and feeds the pathogens as well, coating the intestinal tract. A condition I call ammonia permeability—which medical communities confuse with leaky gut—develops, with food decomposing in your intestinal tract and producing ammonia gas that both causes even more expansion of the intestinal tract (creating bloating, cramping, discomfort, and distension) and also rises up into your stomach, contributing to further diminishment of hydrochloric acid and even the reserves in the stomach glands and tissue of the components that make hydrochloric acid. Bacteria such as H. pylori can proliferate, causing ulcers and even lesions to form. Other bacteria, such as C. difficile, E. coli, and Staphylococcus, can prosper, too. Chronic gastritis can occur and gas can also sit stationary in the small intestine or colon causing more bloating.

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Constipation

A common cause of constipation is the intestinal tract narrowing and expanding in different areas due to inflammation brought on by pathogens getting to feast on their favorite fuel. Pathogenic fuel includes items such as wheat gluten, eggs, and dairy products, as well as other foods we’ve ingested that weren’t broken down well enough before reaching the intestines. 

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When inflammation of the intestinal tract occurs, peristaltic action weakens and constipation can begin. A sluggish liver that’s producing less bile and becoming fatty and overburdened can also release viral casings, jelly-like film, neurotoxins, dermatoxins, other viral and bacterial sludge, toxic heavy metal runoff, and old, rancid fat deposits, mostly through the hepatic veins and also through the bile, and from there they find their way to the intestinal tract, contributing to a sluggish colon and constipation. The part of the lymphatic system that surrounds the gut can also get overburdened, causing lymphatic fluid buildup that creates pressure against the intestines that’s enough to slow down peristaltic action and create narrower areas that make it more difficult for food to pass through. Pathogens, along with their toxic debris and sludge as well as heavy metals, can find their way into the ileum along with food that hasn’t been digested and broken down properly, causing this final section of the small intestine to become inflamed and contribute to constipation. In truth, it’s the most common area of the intestine to be inflamed; scar tissue can also form here. 

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When the colon is inflamed for any reason, it can kink slightly around its different bends. The top of the descending colon, on the left side of the abdomen, is a very common spot for a kink. So is the bottom of the descending colon on that left side. A kink can also occur at the top of the ascending colon when there’s inflammation. 

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IBS

When someone is eating a lot of troublemaking foods such as dense proteins, dairy, eggs, gluten—and for people who are more sensitive, any type of grains—the problems you’ve just read about can intensify and lead to irritable bowel syndrome, known as IBS. In medical research and science, it’s a label for bowels that aren’t functioning as they should, with cause unknown. (Celiac is another instance of mystery intestinal inflammation, with some functional medicine sources calling it autoimmune; that is, the body attacking itself. That’s not an accurate explanation. In truth, celiac is inflammation caused by the same sources as much of what we’ve discussed in this chapter: pathogens. Gluten in particular is a problem for those with celiac because it feeds bacteria and viruses so they can prosper and cause more symptoms.) 

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IBS results when the colon is lined with pathogenic waste product, elevated levels of strep, E. coli, other pathogenic varieties, rotting food that wasn’t digested properly due to low bile and hydrochloric acid, and ammonia gas. 

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Contributing to it all are unproductive foods that feed the condition—for example, dense fats and proteins that bile and hydrochloric acid can’t break down anymore entering the intestines and feeding pathogens rapidly, then reaching the colon, the final dumping ground for the mess. Inflammation that prompts pain, constipation, and/or diarrhea results, and even hemorrhoids, polyps, and fissures can form from the strain, as well as an itchy rectum from the irritation.

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PANDAS

PANDAS is, in truth, a viral infection, because only viruses can create a factor that can be responsible for OCD, tics, spasms, and twitching: neurotoxins. When strep is present at the same time, it’s merely a coinfection to a virus. It’s not the strep causing the neurological symptoms, nor is the strep triggering an autoimmune response that creates the symptoms. Neurotoxins are the cause, and strep cannot produce a neurotoxin. Even if strep created any kind of brain inflammation, that could not cause tics, spasms, twitches, and OCD. Only viral neurotoxins can. 

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When PANDAS develops in little ones, it’s because they were exposed to a large amount of mercury at roughly the same time they were developing a viral infection. One of the main viruses responsible for PANDAS is HHV-6 and its many mutations. HHV-7 causes a smaller percentage of cases, shingles an even smaller percentage, and lastly, EBV, though it’s not as common. Mostly, HHV-6 is the cause, and it’s having a feeding frenzy on a child’s mercury exposure, wherever that mercury came from. 

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With the combination of the virus plus mercury, a near explosion occurs. As the virus feeds on mercury, it releases an extremely elevated degree of neurotoxins. When these neurotoxins rush up to the brain, they immediately saturate neurotransmitter chemicals, short-circuiting electrical impulses, and that’s what can cause obsessive-compulsive symptoms, tics, spasms, switches, and even difficulty communicating. Strep infections happen to be nearby because strep takes advantage of a lowered immune system. Strep is not only the cofactor to EBV, as you’ve read earlier in the book; it’s also cofactor to HHV-6, the very cause of most PANDAS cases. The rashes associated with PANDAS come from dermatoxins also exploding from the virus as HHV-6 has a feeding frenzy on mercury. They’re viral toxins that surface to the skin—so the rashing that medical communities associate with strep is not really strep-related.

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Jaundice

Jaundice is actually a baby’s liver trying to overcome a highly toxic load, to rev its engine and function in the face of obstacles that are not understood by medical research and science— because early medical treatments the baby first receives are some of the obstacles. The others are inherited troublemakers from the family line. 

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Meanwhile, jaundice is a baby’s liver that’s in shock, trying to start up its over 2,000 chemical functions and short-circuiting in the process due to troublemakers a baby has inherited and been exposed to at the beginning of life—yes, it’s possible for a newborn’s liver to be dirty, since it inherits toxins at conception and in the womb. It could have been the parents’ diet 20 years ago, poisons that have been passed from generation to generation, or any number of other factors that led a baby’s liver to take on troublemakers. 

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The medical establishment doesn’t have a reason to look past its theory that jaundice is a newborn’s liver that hasn’t caught up to speed yet, since jaundice eventually dissipates, red blood cells detox, and the overabundance of bilirubin reduces. What’s really happening is that most babies’ livers, after the initial struggle starting up, are able to overcome the obstacles and find an acceptable balance pretty quickly. Jaundice disappearing doesn’t mean complications of baby liver have gone away; it doesn’t mean a baby’s liver is functioning perfectly and that there aren’t other signs of liver trouble that no doctor is going to connect to the liver. Baby belly, that bloating and distension in little ones, is a sign of baby liver. Stomachaches and intestinal issues that ultimately get diagnosed as parasites, Candida, celiac—really, the liver’s a big part of why they’re happening.

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Baby Liver

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. 

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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.  

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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.

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People who develop enlarged spleens without a physical injury are dealing with a viral condition. Any kind of spleen sickness is viral, and there’s only one virus family that causes spleen inflammation: the herpetic family. Every single type of herpes virus, ranging from simplex 1 to the undiscovered HHV-10, HHV-11, HHV-12, HHV-13, HHV-14, HHV-15, and HHV-16, and all their mutations, can inflame this organ. The most common virus behind spleen inflammation is EBV and its over 60 mutated strains. 

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Oftentimes, anyone who has any kind of liver condition has also experienced some kind of spleen inflammation at some time in their life, whether they knew it or not. It could range from mild, going completely undiagnosed and diminishing on its own, to extreme, forcing an emergency splenectomy. If your liver condition reached a detectable stage, identified as either hepatitis or an idiopathic autoimmune condition, your spleen was most likely affected in some way by the same chronic viral infection causing the liver issue.

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We can carry bacteria in the gallbladder from old cases of food poisoning. And we can have strains of Streptococcus bacteria inside us that have been passed down from our parents, that we’ve had since a childhood case of strep throat, and/or that we’ve picked up along the way. This strep can enter the gallbladder and, over time, weaken its lining, creating scar tissue. In time, the strep finds its opportunity for a gallbladder infection, causing it to become mysteriously inflamed. 

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There is also sludge that can be in the gallbladder that contains hundreds of preservatives and thousands of toxic chemicals at the most minute level that we get from contaminated air, water, and food. The sludge gets into crevices in the gallbladder’s lining, and because bile is weakened, chronic infection can occur and create mysterious spasms that bring on periodic pain. 

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When the liver is working well, the body has a built-in feature to prevent gallstones, and that’s bile. One of bile’s jobs when it’s strong is to disperse bilirubin, watering it down. As the liver sends bile into the gallbladder, it disperses red blood cell pigments so they won’t clot problematically. It does the same with cholesterol, thinning it in the gallbladder to prevent cholesterol stones. Strong bile also means less heating of the liver, which translates to less need for the gallbladder to cool, which creates fewer gallstones. A liver that gets overloaded, however, leads to weakened bile production. The undiscovered chemical compound that the liver produces for the bile to help thin out and disperse red blood cells and cholesterol also diminishes. 
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When the gallbladder is filled with stones and sludge, its placement can actually shift from the heavy weight. It rests in an area of hypersensitive nerves around the liver and colon, so when it moves, it can put pressure on the gallbladder’s neck and surrounding nerves, any of which can trigger gallbladder spasms or random pains. 

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Millions of people—over a billion globally—have what I call pericirrhosis, a condition that may take decades for medical science to discover. This is a transition period before cirrhosis that can occur subtly in various tiny spots in the liver and go unnoticed long term. Pericirrhosis can happen for that person who has a glass of wine every other night and eats too much steak or has been on prescription medication for 20 years. In many cases, pericirrhosis and cirrhosis don’t even happen as a result of drug or alcohol damage to the liver. 

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Cirrhosis is a process of liver cells becoming damaged faster than they can be rejuvenated. Millions of Americans alone have scar tissue in the liver. When someone’s liver is stagnant from holding on to too many toxins, that’s one way for scar tissue to form. In many cases, an elevated inflammatory reaction happens due to one or more viruses inside the liver. If an aggressive virus or bacterium that’s not easy to neutralize escapes past the white blood cells assigned to the liver’s portal vein and hepatic artery, the pathogen can avoid becoming incarcerated and cause trouble. 

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Liver scar tissue builds up chronically when liver cells aren’t rejuvenating in enough time before the next round of instigators appears, whether they’re from toxic food, toxic substances in the bloodstream, pesticide or other chemical exposure, medication, or the like. For many people, it won’t be until the liver is fully loaded with poisons and pathogens before scar tissue can be diagnosed at the doctor’s office. In all cases that aren’t alcohol or drug abuse related, they’ll never know what’s really causing the scarring. 

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Natural microadhesions are created as a protective measure to wall off a controllable level of poisons, but when the liver is pushed to a certain point, viruses and highly toxic troublemakers can also create their own microadhesions or even lesions, which also contribute to liver scarring.

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Medical communities are taught that there are different viruses when it comes to the liver—the hepatitis A virus, the hepatitis B virus, the hepatitis C virus, the hepatitis D virus, and the hepatitis E virus—and they’re almost right to believe it. There is a virus behind hepatitis, although it’s only one virus with many different strains and mutations. That virus is Epstein-Barr EBV.)

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EBV purposefully likes to make a home inside the liver and can lie dormant there for years or even decades. When just the right stage is set, with adrenaline from hardships, prescription drugs, and not having the resources or teaching to eat right, then over time EBV can create damage to the liver that can eventually be seen through medical testing and diagnosed, often, as hepatitis. On the other hand, if you’re eating right, caring for your body and liver, EBV can become helpless and stop causing harm so you can heal. Many people get diagnosed with hepatitis because of their viral livers. Hundreds of millions of people don’t get any diagnosis, and they just walk around with a low-grade viral infection of the liver.

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Not everyone with EBV automatically develops hepatitis. It’s only certain varieties of the virus that, if left untamed and not taken care of right, can cause extensive damage to the liver. With hepatitis E, for example, it’s a severe viral infection of a very aggressive EBV mutation that for the most part someone picks up from an outside source rather than living with it since childhood. 

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A viral liver doesn’t only cause hepatitis. It can go in another direction instead: a viral liver plays a huge role in every autoimmune disorder there is. Different viruses and different viral strains and different viral fuels cause different autoimmune illnesses and symptoms, so a viral liver doesn’t automatically translate to hepatitis. A viral liver could take a completely different form, one that doesn’t even show much evidence in the liver. 

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The liver’s unhappiness is the foundation of our emotional instability. When the bloodstream is filled with neurotoxins, (created when pathogens feed on toxic heavy metals in the liver,) focus and concentration can go awry as these toxins soak into the brain. Also, emotions such as frustration and anger can arise from a sluggish, pre-fatty, or fatty liver. Add in the poisons that enter our brain as well as what life throws at us and you can end up with a SAD misdiagnosis.

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When the liver gets toxic, some of the poisons can leach into the bloodstream and intestinal tract. They can cause issues like eczema, psoriasis, and dry, cracking skin that are also mistakenly blamed on SAD because they get worse in winter. These poisons can travel through the bloodstream to the brain, causing problems that can result in a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Also, your liver soaks up excess adrenaline from the bloodstream during bouts of intense stress and other adrenal triggers. When your liver took on this adrenaline originally released during your emotional hardships, it also held on to your emotional experiences. Its release can trigger the same painful feelings you had when the adrenaline was first released at a time of struggle. 

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Here’s the most common reason that SAD sufferers experience symptoms in the late fall and early winter: dietary changes. The light and temperature changes alone have us going into hibernation mode and eating differently from normal. The holidays can push the liver over the edge. The influx of liver troublemakers can force the organ to take on the extra fat of fall and wintertime treats or to overspill and release. This second factor, release, is one reason why you’ll feel extra emotional toward the end of the year. Just as adrenaline that’s released on the liver’s schedule is attached to emotions, the adrenaline that’s attached to toxins that the liver is forced to let go of can bring out emotions.

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Brain Fog

A viral liver, EBV neurotoxins, adrenaline surges, toxic heavy metals, and other liver troublemakers: these are the various reasons for brain fog. Many, many people carry an EBV viral load in the liver without realizing it. If your liver is also filled with other troublemakers, they’ll provide food to the virus. Fear-based adrenaline is one food source for EBV. Toxic heavy metals and pesticides are other favorite viral foods. 

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When EBV consumes them, it releases different forms of waste matter, including neurotoxins. As the liver fills up with these neurotoxins, it reaches capacity, and they escape into the bloodstream and can cross the blood-brain barrier. There, they can cloud up, interfere with, and short-circuit neurotransmitters. Harboring homeopathic, minute levels of mercury and other metals and toxins, neurotoxins are polluted; when they enter into neurotransmitter chemicals, they pollute them, too. As an electrical impulse runs down a neuron using an impure neurotransmitter chemical, it doesn’t burn clean; the impulse is shorted out, diminished, or left to run on less power. This is a recipe for brain fog. 

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Someone could have adrenal issues from prolonged periods of excess stress, resulting in erratic spurts of adrenaline that caused the liver to become more stagnant, which in turn could have lowered energy, allowing for a mild brain fog. Adrenaline can also be highly corrosive to neurotransmitter activity by quickly diminishing neurotransmitter chemicals and electrolytes. Our ability to create new neurotransmitter chemicals can also diminish due to poor diet and liver condition. 

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You can also develop brain fog from toxic heavy metals in the brain that oxidize and create a metallic runoff that can saturate brain tissue, short-circuiting electrical impulses and hindering neurotransmitters. Brain fog can also develop when the liver has become toxic with other types of troublemakers, such as solvents, prescription drugs, and chemicals.

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SIBO

If medical research and science understood how SIBO really develops and what’s behind it, your doctor would be telling you this: “SIBO goes all the way back to an unsupported liver. When the liver gets overburdened, bile production weakens in turn, which means that the liver needs to call on hydrochloric acid for help digesting fats. If the liver isn’t given the chance to improve over time with strengthening foods and instead its condition continues to worsen, and the right foods to strengthen hydrochloric acid aren’t consumed, either, the stomach glands’ production of hydrochloric acid eventually diminishes, too. Undigested fats and proteins end up heading into the small intestine together, and there, the fat grows rancid, making it a delicious food for pathogens.” 

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SIBO should be renamed “small intestinal streptococcal overgrowth,” because the truth is that Streptococcus is the leading type of bacterium that causes SIBO and in many cases the only type of bacterium involved. Better yet, overall diagnoses of strep should replace diagnoses of SIBO—the focus shouldn’t be limited to the small intestine. Strep overgrowth is not stationary. If strep is in the small intestinal tract, chances are it’s in the colon and rectal area, too, and also in the stomach. 

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Bacteria can thrive not only in the intestinal tract but also in the stomach for years or even decades when hydrochloric acid levels are low enough; they can even create ulcers in the stomach and scar tissue at the bottom of the esophagus. Strep can even travel farther up, which means that someone with SIBO could in fact have strep proliferation from the mouth all the way to the rectum. It can make its way to the pancreas, too. Strep is likely to be hiding out in the liver also, sustaining itself on the garbage storage bins there. In particular, old antibiotics sitting in the liver contain petroleum byproducts that give strep plenty of food so it can thrive there. 

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Acne

When acne is present, it means that the liver is harboring a chronic, low-grade level of Streptococcus. Strep lives in the organ when the liver holds an abundance of food for it. The lymphatic system is the favorite path for strep to enter the subcutaneous tissue beneath the skin’s surface, which happens to be a refuge for poisons and excess fat cells strep can feast on—just as they accumulate in the liver, they accumulate here. 

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Strep takes the lymphatic highways that are weakened and haven’t been replenished by lymphocytes and are therefore less policed. Its route determines where acne will eventually surface. Before acne even develops, strep stays and feasts on poisons, slowly working its way through the subcutaneous fat and re-strengthening itself. Finally, it enters the bottom level of the dermis. The skin’s personalized immune system starts to gather sebum oil as a quicksand-like agent to deter the strep from getting any higher. Because the strep has been well fueled and is at this point, the sebum oil isn’t enough to stop it. Now the skin’s immune system kicks into higher gear, prompting the production of sebum oil at even larger volumes as a last attempt to trap the bacteria and safeguard your skin—because your immune system doesn’t want your skin to become scarred. When strep is strong, it fights through even the extra sebum oil and survives the lymphocytes and killer cells just below the epidermis. It climbs up into this outer layer of your skin. Cystic acne shows itself. 

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What determines a mild versus aggravating versus extreme case of acne includes how many strains of strep you have, how many toxins such as heavy metals are present in the liver and subcutaneous tissue for strep to feed on, how many antibiotics you have used or otherwise ingested over a lifetime, what happened before your lifetime that you inherited, what kind of adrenaline surges you experience in daily life, pesticide exposure, and what your diet’s like.

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When a pathogen such as EBV is residing in your liver and feeding off of different toxins such as the heavy metals copper and mercury, disruptive skin conditions can appear. Different pathogens—and even different strains of the same pathogen—have different appetites for different toxins. Depending on which combination is present in your liver, you’ll get a different rash. Eczema is a combination of half copper and half mercury with a virus, most commonly EBV. Psoriasis is a combination of approximately three-quarters copper with one-quarter mercury with a virus, most commonly EBV. The skin reactions form because as EBV feeds off its desired food, it also eliminates it, releasing a much more toxic, destructive form of the original copper or mercury—that is, a dermatoxin. A vaporized methyl toxin, this dermatoxin can travel through connective tissue and organs with ease. If you have a sluggish liver, this remanufactured poison can back up into the lymphatic system find its way up to the skin, leaving deposits in the subcutaneous fatty tissue and getting trapped there.

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Releasing dermatoxins to the surface of your skin is your body’s masterful way of protecting you. The skin knows your liver is getting overwhelmed and pushes poisons up to the surface in a rush. The dermatoxins are highly inflammatory to skin tissue, causing blemishes, fissures, cracks, scabs, flaking, scarring, bleeding, and rashes of all kinds. The associated irritation occurs because of tiny nerve endings all through the epidermis. When inflammation occurs, the nerves get squeezed and pulled apart, causing the itchiness, discomfort, and outright pain of the rash. The level to which these symptoms disrupt your life can depend on the strain of EBV or other virus present, the levels of heavy metals or other toxins present inside the liver, how sluggish the liver is, and your current diet, which could contain unhelpful foods that are feeding the underlying cause, the viral strain.

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The methylation process goes awry when your liver becomes overfilled with troublemakers, including herbicides, pesticides such as old DDT, toxic heavy metals, antibiotics, other prescription drugs, and problematic foods. But it takes a herpetic virus in the mix to cause a true methylation disorder such as EBV, shingles, HHV-6, and cytomegalovirus. The virus excretes poisonous viral waste, which together with other liver troublemakers, can cause the liver to become sluggish, hindering its ability to communicate with the ileum, store enough B12, and prepare and deliver B12 throughout the body. 

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If our diet isn’t good and we don’t choose foods wisely, the ileum will lose its capacity to create its own variety and coenzyme of methylated B12 for the survival of us and our liver. It’s this combination of the liver not having enough B12 already on hand, no B12 coming from the ileum’s production line, and the liver being too compromised to produce B12 for itself that brings on a methylation condition at its worst. When the liver sends the other stored nutrients into the bloodstream for other organs to use, there won’t be that bioavailable, perfectly prepared, methylated B12 to come with them for maximum absorption that helps prevent deficiencies. 

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All of this doesn’t automatically trigger a positive on an MTHFR gene mutation test or result in elevated homocysteine levels. That happens when the liver can’t hold on to all of the viral waste anymore. The virus’s poisonous byproduct, viral casings, neurotoxins, and even dermatoxins leach into the bloodstream, elevating homocysteine levels and dirtying the blood. Dirty blood is the true trigger for a positive on today’s faulty MTHFR gene mutation tests. What those tests really detect are elevated inflammation markers due to the blood being filled with viral waste as well as other toxins. This sets off the MTHFR tests, and that spreads the misinformation that your genes are altered and mutated.

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A sensitive central nervous system is behind chemical sensitivities. Toxins that the liver can’t neutralize or contain because it’s too sluggish overload the nervous system so it eventually becomes sensitive or even allergic to certain poisons. This can take the form of funny feelings in the mouth, the sense that you can’t breathe deeply or “right,” blurry eyes, chronic headaches or migraines, fatigue, tingles and numbness, insomnia, dizziness, anxiety, depression, and more. 

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Some of these symptoms can happen independently, for example as a result of EBV neurotoxins going after the nervous system. Chemical sensitivity can also cause all of it. If the liver weren’t already overloaded—and if a given person didn’t have an active EBV infection or another major problem—then a chemical sensitivity wouldn’t develop from one bad encounter. Often, neurotoxins and dermatoxins from EBV combined with certain toxins stored inside the liver create chemical sensitivities. For a person who has EBV without the right kind of toxic heavy metals or pesticides in the liver, a chemical sensitivity may not develop. Not every chemically sensitive person is dealing with an active viral infection. Many have been sprayed or injured by certain chemicals and the body has developed a hyperawareness, causing the hypersensitivity sensations.

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With food sensitivities, it’s an abundance of EBV neurotoxins taking chemical sensitivities to a new level. Certain foods can feed EBV, creating more neurotoxins that inflame the digestive tract. People with a hypersensitive central nervous system also tend to have hypersensitive intestinal linings. One reason is that their adrenaline tends to get released more often. Over time, this increased amount of adrenaline oversaturates the liver, and can also saturate the intestinal linings. The thousands and thousands of nerves in the intestinal linings can become inflamed and exposed, with nerve receptors irritated. 

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Whenever there’s excess adrenaline in the bloodstream, the liver must try to absorb and neutralize the hormone, and that’s both a miraculous process and a big job: sometimes too big a job if we’re not careful. A certain amount of adrenaline, too, is healthy and natural. It’s an overabundance of stress as well as overstimulation, dangerous cleanses, adrenaline-rush activities, and going too long between meals, that trigger our adrenals to squeeze out continual spurts of excess adrenaline, which are toxic and corrosive to the nervous system and the rest of the body if left unchecked. 

The toxic, corrosive nature of unchecked excess adrenaline is not because our bodies are out to get us. Without adrenaline’s lifesaving functions, we wouldn’t be here. It’s what we’re up against in this demanding world, not a flaw of our bodies, that’s responsible for the floods of adrenaline we face. Immune cells such as lymphocytes, monocytes, basophils, and neutrophils throughout the entire body are counting on the liver when adrenaline comes rushing out of the adrenal glands. These components of the immune system are nervous, and they run and hide because they don’t want to be scorched. They know they’re at risk of getting injured and hindered by adrenaline, so they’re relying on the liver to take the hit. 

The liver’s immune system must be the strongest and smartest in the body, with highly intelligent white blood cells protected by a filmy shield produced by a chemical function of the liver that is undiscovered by medical research and science and that uses an amino acid, a unique mineral salt, and a liver cell protein to help the immune cells withstand being scorched by adrenaline to a degree. A liver in good working order can indeed protect the spleen and the entire immune system. In response to adrenaline surges, the liver— gracious, courageous savior of the body—acts as a sponge. Adrenaline enters in virtually any possible way, flowing into the liver through the hepatic portal vein and the hepatic artery, getting absorbed through pores all around the liver, as well as entering from adjacent lymphatic vessels. 

The liver absorbs the surplus hormone to prevent damage elsewhere. It’s a sacrifice, since adrenaline doesn’t help out liver lobule elves. Excess adrenaline that your liver soaks up is also enemy to your liver’s personalized immune system. An alarm bell rings (different from the alarm when the liver releases too many poisons at once) to alert your body.

People with health problems normally have adrenals that have become slightly compromised and aren’t functioning at their best. Many deal with recurring bouts of adrenal fatigue or ongoing, chronic adrenal fatigue. When you cleanse the liver, the adrenals have a responsibility to uphold that no one knows about: to match the toxic material released from the liver with enough adrenaline to create a rush that acts as a flushing mechanism. That is, for every one part of poison that your liver detoxes, your adrenals must send out two parts adrenaline. It’s a more liver-friendly brew of adrenaline than many, though it still has an impact on your liver. Medical research and science can’t yet measure the amount of toxins released by the liver at any given time, especially during a cleanse, nor are they even aware of this poison-adrenaline relationship. When it happens as it should, the least amount of adrenaline needed is used, because the toxins are released properly and evenly, without setting off alarm bells in the body. When the liver is forced to cleanse in a way it’s not supposed to, on the other hand, as poisons flood the bloodstream, bells and whistles sound throughout the body as if the town dam has broken or as if it’s a three-alarm fire

That’s what your liver does, too: when it’s forced to release poisons in too-high quantities at a too-rapid pace, it sends out chemical compounds to alert the central nervous system that a rogue detox is about to occur. The nervous system instantly alerts the adrenals to save the day by releasing adrenaline to protect the body in that moment. In this case, the adrenaline acts as a steroid compound to stop the body from reacting to any poisons as quickly as possible. It’s still released in the two parts adrenaline to one part poison ratio— which adds up to a lot of two parts adrenaline if it’s a lot of one part poison. In many cases, this adrenaline surge can make someone feel euphoric. A cleansing high occurs, and for those who have strong nervous systems and healthier livers and adrenals, the euphoric high can last for days and even weeks, preventing them from feeling the lows. In many cases, when someone is on a trendy, extreme diet and starts to feel sick, she or he will be told it’s a healing reaction. While it’s true that we can have natural detox reactions in the right circumstances, if it’s a harsh cleanse, then that reaction is not a healing one; it’s a sign of too many poisons flooding the system at once. Not only that: when the liver is releasing large, unauthorized levels of poisons due to someone following trendy advice that’s not geared to support the body in the right way, the adrenals will keep pouring out that two parts adrenaline to match the toxins. For someone with weakened adrenals, this is extra work that the glands don’t need. The opposite of euphoria can occur, with lots of lows as the liver ends up absorbing back most of the poisons. For someone with a sensitive nervous system, it’s not beneficial, either: the adrenaline itself, though it’s there to stop damage, will start doing damage to the central nervous system over time. You may even experience symptoms such as the shakes, some light tremors, aches and pains, or dizziness. (This adrenaline–nervous system relationship is one that medical research and science have only detected on a surface level.

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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.


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While constantly looking after us and not getting restored, our livers get beaten down. One casualty is cholesterol regulation. The liver’s extraordinary chemical function of producing what’s called good (HDL) cholesterol starts to wane. As the organ becomes overburdened by fat, whether from beneficial or taxing, unhealthy sources, it can’t keep its production lines open for good cholesterol anymore. Nor can it manage what’s called bad (LDL) cholesterol.

When we choose foods that have the makings of good cholesterol, the liver stores away those components, knowing we will likely again choose high-fat foods that tax it and break down its core good cholesterol chemical functions, allowing bad cholesterol to rise. When we consume bad cholesterol, our livers first try to neutralize it, though not eliminate it altogether, because that bad cholesterol in the bloodstream isn’t causing harm as long as it’s free-floating; it’s not the maker of heart disease. But if there’s an overabundance, the liver also stores some in containment units in the hopes that it will get the chance to detox it out of the body.

If the liver becomes heavily burdened by toxins, viruses, and/or bacteria, it can’t release these deposits of bad cholesterol. Instead, these cholesterol deposits join with any other fat cell deposits in and around the liver. These are fat deposits that come from a diet high in fat (which is the same as a high protein diet)—whether good or bad fats. If someone has a pre-fatty liver with lots of toxins and pathogens that have been building in it over time, regardless of that person’s weight, the liver will reach a point where it can’t store cholesterol and other fat  anymore, and it can’t produce good cholesterol in the first place. This will keep the excess bad cholesterol floating through the bloodstream, un-neutralized and unorganized. Eventually, it will end up lining places like the heart and arteries, causing the problems we associate with high cholesterol.


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Your heart draws blood directly from your liver. When the liver is in good working order, it’s like sipping water through a straw. When the liver is stagnant, sluggish, hot, fatty, or toxic, it becomes a clogged, dirty filter. As a result it becomes inflamed and constricted, so it can’t process blood well, nor can blood travel through the liver as easily as it should. It makes the blood dirtier and thicker with debris and increases the suction needed for the heart to pump up blood from the liver. As someone’s liver becomes more and more congested due to liver-unfriendly food choices while she or he is also chronically dehydrated, as we all are, the heart can be forced to use 10 or even 50 times its normal power to draw blood through the body. The result of all this increased suction is increased pressure—that is, high blood pressure. 

Yes, poor diet and no exercise can lead to high blood pressure—because they can negatively affect the liver. In the case of mystery hypertension, it’s a high-fat, high-salt, high-vinegar diet that you need to avoid. Most people are on a high-fat diet, many without realizing that the majority of their calories come from fat, and have no idea that for years, the excess fat they’ve been consuming has been making their blood thicker and pastier while also congesting and dehydrating the liver, with fat cells accumulating inside and around the organ.

A sluggish, stagnant liver can have another source: toxins. Whether heavy metals, pathogens such as EBV, viral waste matter, plastics, DDT, chlorine, fluoride, or any number of other poisons, the buildup can clog the liver, too, having the same effect of forcing the heart to pump harder and, in turn, raising blood pressure. Someone can have a little bit of everything going on: inactivity, eating poorly, toxins inside the liver—plus a couple of extra factors: chronic dehydration and stress-based adrenaline (which I cover in Liver Rescue.)


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Diabetes begins as a liver problem in a very early stage: a sluggish, stagnant, or pre-fatty liver undetectable by medical testing. The liver’s glucose storage is a huge piece of preventing diabetes. Our livers take glucose from the food we eat and store some of it at the ready. It stores the rest of the extra glucose as glycogen, a pasty, thick, dense carbohydrate that turns back into glucose when the liver activates it with precious concentrated water molecules and a chemical compound it produces to bring glycogen back to life. The liver stores this precious glucose and glycogen to make sure we don’t get diabetes. 


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If the liver weakens because of high-fat foods, pathogenic activity, toxic heavy metals, or other poisons, it can’t store glucose and glycogen like it used to. Imbalance of blood sugar begins with your liver losing its sugar supply. Beaten down and out of balance, your liver’s reserves will drop until it doesn’t have enough glucose and glycogen to protect your pancreas anymore. Without the liver offering glucose between meals to keep the blood stable, the pancreas loses its stability, forced to fluctuate to highs and lows in its insulin production. Those highs happen when the pancreas sends out insulin to seek out every morsel of sugar it can to push it into cells of the body. Elevated fats in the bloodstream make this job much harder if not impossible. As a result, the pancreas weakens, insulin production lessens, and insulin resistance hits a crisis point. Blood sugar will become unstable. That’s when hypoglycemia can occur, or when your doctor will observe A1C levels off the charts and label you with prediabetes.


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Type 1 diabetes occurs from injury to the pancreas. That injury can come from food poisoning, a viral infection, a bacterial infection, a toxin, or even a physical blow to the gland. The true cause of type 1.5 diabetes is the same as type 1’s, this time with the pancreas injury coming later in life than with juvenile diabetes. 


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Aging

Many factors play a role in how fast we age. Still, there’s one foundational factor that plays the largest role—it’s the one that can either age us more quickly or slow down our aging. It’s the origin of longevity and the age reversal process. Your liver: it’s everything when it comes to preserving yourself.

After long-term sluggishness or even abuse, the liver will, in desperation, direct its resources to protecting aspects of your physical self and keeping you alive. Skin becoming saggy or discolored and losing its elasticity is a common complaint, and like other symptoms of early aging, it’s a sign of a liver slowly losing its various chemical functions. Aging faster and looking weathered happen for a very good reason—to save you from a much worse fate. Your liver, if it gets to this point of realizing with its highly intelligent chemical function database that it’s not being given what it needs to keep itself healthy and keep you young, will put its last reserves into protecting your brain, heart, and pancreas.

The truth is that DNA has nothing to do with aging. The condition of our DNA is not proof of a flawed family line; it’s a warning about the state of our livers. When DNA weakens, wears down, frays, or becomes injured—which science mistakes for mutation—it’s a signal that the liver is losing its strength to keep us young. The very chemical function that our livers possess to keep our cells from dying is the same antioxidant chemical compound that keeps our DNA from becoming weakened or frayed. When we do anything to support our DNA, we are without realizing it supporting our liver, giving it those snippets of rejuvenation. Our DNA will show improvement, in truth, because we supported the liver. 

How we care for our livers determines our health, aging process, and much of our wellbeing mentally, physically, and even emotionally as we get older. Everything we do that helps our livers slows down and can even reverse the aging process.


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So many people are dealing with low glucose and glycogen reserves, causing our livers and even our nervous systems to go hungry and pass along that hunger to us. When our reserves are low, our heart, kidneys, reproductive system, and spleen are hindered, too, though it’s the liver and nervous system that hold the hunger—mostly the liver. 

How do we run out of the liver’s glucose and its stored version, glycogen, in the first place? An overabundance of stress to the liver. One frequent stressor is pathogenic activity—that is, a virus and/or bacteria in the liver feeding on its storage of poisons such as toxic heavy metals, byproduct and sludge from other pathogens, plastics, and petroleum from drugs. As the virus feeds, it leaves behind waste products, creating an even larger landfill deep within the liver, which gives the liver a greater struggle to fuel itself with what it needs to function: glucose from critical clean carbohydrates.

When someone experiences mystery hunger and is also overweight, it’s often a sign that the liver is in a pre-fatty or fatty state. In this case, the extra fat cells accumulated in and around the organ create the liver stress, hindering its capacity for glucose storage. If someone is underweight or at a normal weight and constantly hungry, there’s a good chance that excess adrenaline is contributing to it. Rushes of adrenaline saturate the liver and hinder its ability to build up glucose reserves, essentially starving the liver lobules that are in need of fuel. 

Someone can experience all three liver stressors that contribute to mystery hunger at once: pathogenic activity, a pre-fatty or fatty liver, and excess adrenaline. In that case, the liver is even more sorely in need of glucose reserves. Aside from taking care of underlying liver issues, the best approach to saying good-bye to constant hunger is to feed your liver—and yourself—with what it really needs in the way it needs it (which I share in Liver Rescue.)


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Weight Gain

Most of the time weight gain is really about the liver. While two other factors, the thyroid and the adrenals, can often be involved, it’s about what your liver is up against. When someone can eat all the cookies he wants and not gain an ounce, it’s because he has a liver that hasn’t yet hit its fat-storing or poison-storing limitation and therefore functions at a faster pace. That doesn’t mean his liver isn’t overburdened or overstressed. You could be thin and still have a liver illness developing or a liver complication that’s causing symptoms.

Compromised fat storage doesn’t automatically mean that diet is the issue. Eating a lot of high-fat foods can certainly be a factor, but there are several others that should be considered, too. Anything that overburdens the liver can be a factor. This includes toxic heavy metals, DDT and other pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, solvents, plastics, industrial chemicals, and other toxins—if any of these have built up in the liver, they’re taking up valuable storage space, which can become a problem if they build up to a certain point. There’s also viral and bacterial damage. Another factor is excess adrenaline and cortisol situation we’ll look at in Chapter 19, “Adrenal Problems,” and more. The liver simply has too much to do.

If there’s too much bad to process and package, the liver’s lobule workers get too tired and overwhelmed to deal with everything coming at them, and the liver’s next-best option for shielding you is to store the excess. Pushed to its limits, the liver grows weaker and more sluggish over time. 

There’s another side of weight gain and that’s fluid retention. This undiagnosed lymphedema is a result of your lymphatic system being forced to act as the filter your liver’s meant to be. When the liver gets strained, more waste slips by it. The resulting sludge that’s passed off to the lymphatic system is thick. Pockets of lymph fluid start to collect, which translates to fluid retention.

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Fatty Liver

How thick is your blood? The thickness of your blood makes or breaks whether you develop a fatty (or pre-fatty) liver. What that thickness is harboring determines how fast you’ll develop fatty liver.

The thicker the blood, the less oxygen can reside in it. The less oxygen in the blood that goes to the liver, the more trouble the liver has breathing. Yes, your liver breathes. If the thickness of the blood holds a host of toxic particles, it will make the liver’s breathing even harder. As a result, its life force will weaken. 

Less oxygen makes such a big difference to the liver because the river of blood that enters the liver from the digestive system is already lower in oxygen to begin with. The blood entering through the hepatic portal vein is in need of filtering and processing, because it’s full of toxins, pathogens, pharmaceuticals, minerals, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, antioxidants, other phytochemicals and nutrients, fats, and more. For many people, the amount of toxins coming in is high, which makes the liver’s job harder. Often, too, the ratio of nutrients is low. These two factors are manageable, however, if the blood is thin enough. 

Fat thickens the blood enough on its own, resulting in lower water content, at which point someone can become chronically dehydrated for many years, which thickens the blood even more. Taking on fats due to a high blood-fat ratio for years, the liver weakens further, unable to disperse and eliminate fats as it should, and as that happens it becomes sluggish and starts to break down. Its ability to draw nutrients out of the blood becomes compromised, and many of these vital nutrients can end up trapped in the fat cells, inaccessible. Toxins, too, become harder for the liver to collect and process out, so many of them get lodged in the fat stored in and around the liver, along with those nutrients. The liver slowly becomes imprisoned by fat, developing into a pre-fatty and then a fatty liver. 


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Insomnia

There are many different causes of insomnia and troubled sleep, which is why I devoted five chapters to the secrets of sleep in my book Thyroid Healing. What’s important for you to know here is that the majority of sleep disturbances and insomnia are from dirty blood syndrome. A few different aspects of dirty blood syndrome affect sleep. For one, there are the poisons present in it. As the blood fills with runoff from toxic heavy metals oxidizing in your system, virus pollution (by which I mean its waste matter such as byproduct and neurotoxins), pesticides, and other chemicals from the troublemakers list, the brain gets saturated with it—and the brain is essential to a peaceful night’s rest. 

Then there’s the liver itself. Like the fine tuned machine that it is, when it’s not firing on all cylinders or functioning at optimum level, it tends to shake, rumble, and roar. In the middle of every night, your liver wakes up, usually crankily, to start working for you, so that in the morning you can cleanse what it’s collected through your urine or bowel movements. As your liver begins to fire up to perform this job, it can go into a subtle spasm because of all the toxic matter it has to deal with, both from within itself and from the dirty blood flowing back into it. That spasm can even squeeze some of the poisons it contains back into your blood in unpackaged form, making it dirtier. While it’s not a spasm you can feel, the liver’s bubble and squeak creates enough of a disturbance in the body that it can wake you up in the wee hours. Add in the brain disturbances from the toxic matter in the blood, some liver inflammation, some anxiety and hidden posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from not sleeping well in the past, and maybe a partner snoring beside you or noises outside, and you’ll get a good case of insomnia cooking. Tend to your liver, get hydrated, and take dirty blood syndrome out of the recipe and you’ll have a fighting chance of sleep.


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Inflammation

Inflammation can occur for two different reasons, and sometimes both at once. The first is injury. You fall on ice, you get hit playing sports, or some other accident occurs, and the body will react with inflammation. Invasion is the other reason the body can get inflamed, and in the case of chronic inflammation, the invader is a pathogen. No matter what else you’re told out there, these are the two sole reasons for inflammation. 

You’ll frequently hear that chronic inflammation is the result of the body’s immune system going after itself—that is, that it’s an autoimmune response. That’s because medical communities don’t yet have the tools to detect just how often viruses such as EBV and HHV-6 and bacteria such as strep are present in the body. These invaders, which sometimes also cause injury by damaging tissue, are the real sources of your body’s inflammatory responses. The body never attacks itself. Any antibodies present, even if they’re labeled autoantibodies, are really there to attack a pathogen and attend to, repair, and heal tissue injured by that pathogen. 

The liver is a campground for various pathogens such as viruses and the poisonous materials that feed them. Viruses will also release their own poisons such as neurotoxins, which go after the nerves and contribute to inflammation. The virus cells themselves, once escaped from the liver, can also attack different parts of the body. For example, as I detailed in Thyroid Healing, EBV will attack the thyroid, creating the thyroid inflammation known as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Virus cells will also go after weak spots, which is how you can find yourself with an old injury that either won’t heal or flares up for no apparent reason.

For real relief that delves beneath the surface to the root of chronic inflammation, the Liver Rescue 3:6:9 in Chapter 38 and antiviral, antibacterial protocols in Thyroid Healing and Medical Medium are there for you.

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What really happens when someone develops varicose or spider veins is that their blood has become chronically dehydrated and chronically thick over the years. Blood gets thick because it’s become chronically dehydrated over the years at the same time the liver has filled with poisons that have backed up into the blood year after year. A higher-fat diet, where blood fats are always elevated in the bloodstream with no relief because someone eats three high-fat meals a day, often without realizing it, can also contribute to thick blood. This thick blood isn’t easy on the vascular system, and so the body adjusts. It realizes that due to its viscosity, the blood is often moving more slowly than it should as it travels through arteries and veins and will eventually cause problems. 

When the blood gets thick, our blood vessels tend to narrow slightly, because water is the natural expander of our veins. This means the heart must work harder to bring up soupy, toxic, dehydrated blood from the lower extremities, and this increased suction pulls the walls of the veins inward, which makes the movement of blood slower. Slow-moving blood makes the heart work even harder, which in turn puts the brain on alert. To alleviate the heart’s strain, the brain calls out for increased blood flow. In response, certain proteins, enzymes, and hormones that are undiscovered by medical research and science start cell production in order to broaden pathways for blood. This spurs the expansion of existing veins and the growth of new ones, in what’s almost a mutation of your blood vessels. That’s when you see those varicose and spider veins appear. They’re not a perfect solution, and ultimately, they don’t solve the problem. What they do is serve as a warning flag for someone to change what she or he is doing and detox the liver in order to clean up the blood. When that happens, it can stop the growth of additional varicose and spider veins, and existing ones can even reduce over time.


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Bloating - Part of bloating is the gut coping with poorly digested food. Another part is that when the liver is stagnant to the point of lower bile production, it means that it’s also overburdened..
Constipation - A common cause of constipation is the intestinal tract narrowing and expanding in different areas due to inflammation brought on by pathogens getting to feast on their favorite fuel. Pathogen..
IBS - When someone is eating a lot of troublemaking foods such as dense proteins, dairy, eggs, gluten—and for people who are more sensitive, any type of grains—the problems you’ve..
PANDAS - PANDAS is, in truth, a viral infection, because only viruses can create a factor that can be responsible for OCD, tics, spasms, and twitching: neurotoxins. When strep is present at the same t..
Jaundice - Jaundice is actually a baby’s liver trying to overcome a highly toxic load, to rev its engine and function in the face of obstacles that are not understood by medical research and scien..
Baby Liver - 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 inh..
Spleen Inflamation - People who develop enlarged spleens without a physical injury are dealing with a viral condition. Any kind of spleen sickness is viral, and there’s only one virus family that causes spl..
Gallbladder Sickness - We can carry bacteria in the gallbladder from old cases of food poisoning. And we can have strains of Streptococcus bacteria inside us that have been passed down from our parents, that we&rsq..
Cirrhosis and Liver Scar Tissue - Millions of people—over a billion globally—have what I call pericirrhosis, a condition that may take decades for medical science to discover. This is a transition period before ci..
Autoimmune Liver and Hepatitis - Medical communities are taught that there are different viruses when it comes to the liver—the hepatitis A virus, the hepatitis B virus, the hepatitis C virus, the hepatitis D virus, and th..

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