If you’ve been diagnosed with hypertension and doctors haven’t been able to identify a cardiovascular issue that’s causing it, there’s a good chance a sluggish or stagnant liver is the explanation. That’s because the heart draws clean blood from the liver, an arrangement that works smoothly if the liver—the body’s filter—is in good condition. When the liver is compromised, though—whether stiffened from scar tissue (caused by EBV’s damage to the organ), clogged with a high-fat diet, overloaded with EBV waste matter and other toxins, or all of the above—it can’t filter as well, so instead of passing along toxic debris to the kidneys and intestinal tract for elimination, sludge builds up and backs up into the bloodstream and lymphatic system. This means that blood becomes dirtier and thicker, which makes the heart work harder to pull it up.
Excerpt from Thyroid Healing by Anthony William, p53. Continue reading and get your copy today at http://amzn.to/2mfPiJ0
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