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cancer and liver cleanse

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on March 8, 2011

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Cancer and Liver Cleanse

The liver is vital for good health. Its job is to cleanse the blood and to remove toxins. A liver in poor shape means a person in poor health. A compromised liver and cancer go hand in hand.

Here then  is a suggestion for a simple liver cleanses – also called liver detox

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4 Responses to “cancer and liver cleanse”

  1. Lavonda Ettison said

    Your liver is your largest internal organ, and it’s responsible for an astonishing variety of life-sustaining and health-promoting tasks – including those that make healthy weight loss and weight management possible. Integral to countless metabolic processes, the liver supports the digestive system, controls blood sugar and regulates fat storage. It stores and mobilizes energy, and produces more proteins than any other organ in the body. It also regulates your blood flow and, if you’re a woman, keeps your menstrual cycles running smoothly.:

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  2. Eleanor said

    Can you tell uѕ moге about this? I’d care
    to find out some additional information.

  3. Haave you ever thought about publishing an e-book or guest authooring on otther websites?

    I have a blog based on the same tkpics you discuss and would really like
    to have you share somee stories/information. I know my audience would appreciate your work.
    If you aare even remotely interested, feel free to shoot
    mee an email.

    • Hi

      You may wish to point visitors to your site to the free ebooks I have available at
      1. Cancer? Don’t Panic!
      2. Cancer Survivor’s Stories

      Your readers may also be interested in The Amazing Cancer Kid – the story of a boy’s recovery from terminal cancer using therapies not provided by his doctors. See details on my site.

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