Many people are dealing with liver challenges such as liver congestion, fatty liver and/or liver disease. Sometimes this is diagnosed and you would be very aware of this issue and many times this is not diagnosed, leaving you feeling bloated, dealing with weight gain, hormone imbalance, fatigued, suffering with headaches along with daily aches and pains.
Another challenge that I see with regularity is autoimmunity. This can be a tricky one for people because autoimmunity is not diagnosed conventionally until this is already a deep destructive issue for your body. This can most often be understood much earlier in the game if you are looking for the correct underlying signs and triggers.
One more issue, which is unfortunately very common is leaky gut. Interestingly leaky gut should really be called leaky small intestines because that is truly what it is. When you have leaky gut the tight junctures in the mucousal surface of your small intestines will be compromised. This will basically allow whole food particles to move from your small intestines into your blood, ultimately leading to autoimmune reactions and long term, autoimmune disease.
And for those that are not aware, when you have an autoimmune condition your immune system is actually attacking the tissue of your body. This is a very challenging condition regardless of where this is experienced in the body, but there is hope.
Not only hope for autoimmunity, also for leaky gut and liver issues.
This is because these three health challenges have one common trigger that is shared.
That common challenge is chronic inflammation.
I have been discussing inflammation quite a bit lately and at this point you are likely understanding the significance of inflammation with most health challenges.
Besides liver issues, leaky gut and autoimmunity, we have discussed other challenges lately such as…
- Weight gain
- Increased girth
- Aches and pains
- Immune dysregulation
- Multiple chemical sensitivy
- Heart disease
- And the list goes on…
While we have talked about many other factors with inflammation, what is the impact on your liver, small intestines and immune system?
Here are the common challenges that are created from the chronic inflammatory state. These are referred to as feedback loops because the inflammation triggers the specific issue and then this issue will trigger more inflammation.
And round and round you go…
Sounds like the hamster running in the hamster wheel, doesn’t it?
Are you running in this hamster wheel yourself?
Perhaps no, but perhaps yes.
Here are the common feedback loops created by the chronic inflammatory response.
Feedback loop one:
- Tight junction breakdown
- Leaky gut
- Immune activation
- More inflammation
Feedback loop two:
- Suppression of cytochrome P450
- Hepatic (liver) biotransformation
- Activated liver byproducts
- Add environmental triggers and…
- More inflammation
Feedback loop three:
- Immune cell activation
- Cytokine release
- Self-amplifying loop
- More inflammation
So whether you are diagnosed with liver challenges, autoimmunity, leaky gut or truly any other chronic condition, inflammation will be at the core of this for you.
And unless you properly address the chronic inflammatory condition, you are likely stuck in your condition.
As mentioned earlier, if this is the case for you, there is hope.
You can assist your body in overcoming the chronic inflammatory condition when you understand the mechanisms for inflammation and address these properly.
I have provided a video for you below that will address the mechanisms for inflammation. This comprehensive video will leave you feeling like an expert in inflammation and shed some light on overcoming this chronic condition.
The video is 46 minutes long that you will absolutely love. Make sure you have time to view the entire video, so if you have to come back to this later, leave this open in your browser so you do not forget.
This is the answer that so many people are looking for and exactly what you need.
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