Your liver is one of the most vital organs in your body so you have to give it a little TLC once in a while. Yes, your liver is the hardest working organ in your body and it is very resilient, after all it does remove all of the toxins out of your body. That does not mean that you can neglect it, and we are sure that over the recent holiday season it has taken a battering.
As the best juice bar in Los Angeles, Naturewell Juice Bar has a range of juices, smoothies, and acai bowls that are designed to include ingredients to help with a liver cleanse. Packed full of vitamin C, nutrients, and antioxidants, the best smoothies in LA can really boost your liver performance.
As well as drinking the best cold pressed juices in LA ay Naturewell, there are many other ways that you can look after your liver.
1.Drink less alcohol
Alcohol is very toxic for the liver so you should stick to the recommended weekly allowance as per FDA guidelines. If possible you should try to abstain for long periods which is why many of us are taking part in dry January.
2.Maintain a good body weight
Being overweight will put more strain on your body as the liver needs to work harder to process fats and toxins. Eating healthy balanced diet full of fruits and vegetables will support your liver.
3.Ensure your diet is rich in antioxidants
Antioxidants are found in berries and beets, as the compounds in them fight against free radicals that can harm the liver.
Wholegrains, along with fruits and vegetables are easily digested and are full of nutrients that can help cleanse the liver.
5.Get plenty of exercise
Exercise will help reduce the fat around the liver which can hinder its job in removing toxins from the body.
Join us at Naturewell Juice Bar today and give your liver a well earned pick me up.
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