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100% Healthier You - Liver Webinar Replay


Did you know that your liver is so important because it is the waste disposal, detoxification unit of your body, not only for toxins, waste products, drugs and alcohol, but also for hormones.

Your liver also performs other important functions that are important for your health. Among its many tasks are the storage and filtration of blood, the secretion of bile and numerous metabolic functions, including the conversion of sugars into glycogen, which is the form in which carbohydrates are stored in your body.

It plays a vital part in metabolising fat (breaking it down properly), and it helps to use fat to give you energy. It is the largest organ in your body, aside from your skin and the major organ of detoxification.

Watch this webinar recording and discover practical, evidence-based strategies you can use to optimise your liver health naturally, enhance your vitality, have clear skin, detoxify your hormones and enjoy a healthier, more energised life.

This webinar recording shows you what to eat and what to avoid to improve your liver health. Find out which foods can increase the amount of fat build-up in your liver and what you can do about it.

This webinar recording will give you information and practical tips to help you improve your liver health.

During this recording, you’ll discover:

  • Why your liver is so important and what happens if it’s not functioning properly
  • How to improve detoxification
  • Why a healthy digestive system is vital for good liver health
  • How to spot the early warning signs your liver is overloaded and struggling
  • The “healthier” sugar replacement that can lead to non-alcoholic liver disease
  • How your liver detoxifies your hormones
  • Four tests which can tell you how well your liver is functioning, and give you clues on how to maintain liver health
  • Why nutrition is so important to liver health and the “vital vitamin” which protects against inflammation and metabolic liver disease
  • What to eat and what to avoid for your liver health
  • The most important nutrients to improve your liver function
  • And much more

This webinar recording is for you if:

  • You’re not feeling your best and want to know if your liver may be struggling.
  • You know your liver is overloaded but don’t know what to do about it.
  • You want to support your liver and keep it functioning at it’s best to keep you fit, healthy, and vibrant.
  • You’re just totally confused with all the conflicting information available about the best ways to cleanse and detoxify your liver.

The good news is maintaining a healthy liver comes down to a number of very basic principles anyone can follow. From simple lifestyle tweaks to understanding the power of detoxification, learn how to support your liver's crucial functions and elevate your overall well-being.

In this webinar recording, Dr Glenville will show you how to support your liver health and function, all while boosting your energy, improving your general health, improving your skin and feeling physically stronger than you have in years!

Watch Dr Marilyn Glenville in this webinar recording for an inspiring and insightful journey toward a revitalised, healthier you! This webinar isn't just about liver concerns though; it's also about what you can do for yourself to enhance your vitality and enjoy a healthier, more vibrant life.

You will walk away empowered with actionable steps to nurture your body's powerhouse.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to prioritise your wellness, improve your liver health and detoxification.

This webinar is for anyone who wants to thrive, not just survive, in today’s fast and ever-changing world so access the recording of the webinar now.

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