Destroys Your liver: This Is One of the WORST Things You Can Eat

destroys your liver

I’d like to share with you the number one absolute worst food that you could consume for your liver , especially if you’re concerned about developing a fatty liver .

And hint , it’s not sugar .

It’s not carbs .

And this particular ingredient is not even high fructose corn syrup .

Even though sugar , starch , and high fructose corn syrup is really bad for the liver , there’s something much worse .

Symptoms of liver problems

Now the big problem with the liver is that there’s very few symptoms that occur with the .

I had a liver problem for probably , I don’t know , 22 years .

I didn’t know it was a liver problem .

Now I did have some symptoms , but I didn’t connect the dots .

A lot of my symptoms were my right shoulder right through this trap right here and right back into on the back of the scapula and then also right underneath my right rib cage , like right here .

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It was just always just completely , you know , painful , sore , tight , and bloated for years .

I didn’t know what that was .

Of course , this problem down here was my bile duct , like the little tubes that connect to the gallbladder but that’s part of the liver because the liver makes bile .

So I had this problem for a very long time and that’s why I do a lot of videos in the liver because I completely reversed it .

And that’s one big myth that I wanna talk about because people think that once you have a liver problem , you always have a liver problem .

Absolutely not .

The liver is so robust and so rugged .

It’s the one of the only organs that can completely 100% regenerate .

So that’s one myth .

Another myth is that , the liver is filled with toxins .

It’s very toxic .

That’s not true .

The liver detoxifies poisons .

It doesn’t store poisons .

Preventing Liver Problems: Insights from a Rat Study on Fats and Alcoho

Preventing Liver Problems: Insights from a Rat Study on Fats and Alcohol

The fat cells store poisons .

The liver gets rid of the toxins .

Once the liver gets to the point where it starts developing scar tissue and getting into cirrhosis , The risk of getting liver cancer goes way up .

The treatment that the medical profession has is not very good .

It’s just like , you know , liver transplant get on the list .

And there’s not a lot of people that have healthy livers to give you .

You’re playing this waiting game .

Hopefully , you’ll be able to survive to the point where you can get a liver .

Then if you get a liver , you have to take anti , rejection medication like prednisone .

And now you gotta deal with those side effects .

The simple solution is you want to prevent a liver problem .

Now there was a very interesting study on rats that I wanna tell you .

And there’s 3 groups of rats .

And in the first group , they fed lard and alcohol to these rats .

Okay ?

Lard is pig fat .

2nd group , they fed beef fat .

It’s called talo and alcohol to these rats .

And then in the 3rd group , they fed them corn oil and alcohol .

Now what’s interesting is the first group , the lard and the alcohol , had minimal damage to the livers .

And then this test , they were testing for , like , liver damage and then the development into a fatty liver because there was alcohol involved .

I kind of wish they would have added one more group with this test , like a group of mice that only consumed alcohol , just to see what would happen .

But anyway , the first group that had pig fat , lard , and alcohol , they had minimal damage to the liver .

The next group with the talo beef fat and alcohol , they had virtually no damage to the liver .

What does that mean ?

That means that beef fat could potentially be protective to the liver .

That’s one idea .

That’s interesting .

It’s actually fascinating especially since I consume a lot of beef fat in my diet , and I don’t seem to have a lot of liver problems anymore .

But then the third group of rats that were fed corn oil and alcohol , guess what happened to them ?

Not good .

Severe liver damage is the most damage of all three groups .

The #1 worst food for your liver

The worst food or ingredient we’ll call it for a fatty liver or a liver in general is seed oils .

Seed oils are very inflammatory .

They’re very damaging , especially the way that they’re processed .

Right here , you can see this right here .

Now what’s interesting about this seed oil right here , you see these pictures of the vegetable oils because that’s where it’s called vegetable oil .

To me , that’s like false advertising because you’re having vegetables on there thinking that that oil is coming from vegetables when it’s not .

This is like soy oil .

seed oils

I mean , I think just a matter of time before these guys get in trouble with advertising because it’s not vegetable oil .

Omega-6 fats explained

But the specific type of fat that’s omega 6 that we’re getting way too much like an average person in the US gets between 25 to 30 percent of their calories .

It’s called linoleic acid .

And so lard , pig fat , has about 2.5% of it linoleic acid .

Talo , beef fat , only has 0.7% linoleic acid .

That’s , like , less than 1% .

But corn oil has , like , 56.6% linolenic acid .

So it’s this heated linolenic acid in the seed oils that are oxidized or damaged to the point where it can create a lot of free radical damage in a like a rusting out effect on your cells , especially in the liver , in the nervous system .

Omega-6 fats explained

And then from that , you get a lot of byproducts .

I mean , I’ve done several videos on this topic .

If you haven’t seen those , you can check them out .

But you wanna get these oils out of your diet big time .

Our diet is composed of way too much of it , 25 to 30% of it .

It’s highly inflammatory It also gets lodged and stuck in our cells in our fat cells in the membranes around our nervous system for 2 to 3 years .

Yeah .

So when you eat sugar , for example , you’ll burn it off pretty fast .

But when you consume something like this , it gets lodged in the body .

It gets stuck in there .

We can’t even use it as energy .

So what are we using it as ?

Well , cell membranes , hormones .

I mean , it’s going right into the our tissues and creating all sorts of inflammation and especially inflammation in the liver , which then leads to insulin resistance .

And you should just start reading the ingredients on things .

And when you go to restaurants , right , just ask what type of oil are you frying my food in .

I would avoid anything fried at any fast food restaurant or any restaurant .

I would not consume them because you’re just getting more of the soy oil , the corn oil , maybe canola or cottonseed oil .

You wanna avoid that for at least , you know , 2 to 3 years to get it out of the system .


Replacing unhealthy oils

Create a demonstration on yourself how good you could feel if you actually were to replace that crappy , oil with something healthier .

You wanna start replacing with omega 3 fatty acids .

That would be like the fish oils , the collab oil , things like that .

That oil is anti inflammatory .

They’re not only using this severely damaged oxidative oil , but they’re reheating it over and over and over up to a 100 or more times .

I mean , could you imagine the amount of byproducts that are given off and the amount of oxidative stress that’s creating for your cells ?

animal foods like chicken , turkey , you know , even beef that are grain fed and even eggs are fed grains

number 1 , remove the seed oils from the diet .Start reading ingredients .

Number 2 , start adding in more omega 3 fatty acids .

Number 3 , start decreasing the amount of animal foods like chicken , turkey , you know , even beef that are grain fed and even eggs are fed grains , unless you can find an egg that is higher in omega 3 fatty acids .

The point is that you wanna start cutting down these seed oils and high omega 6 fats from your diet and replace this with grass fed , grass finished beef , grass fed lamb , grass fed goat , breastfed buffalo , things like that .

And I also don’t think it would hurt if you also added cruciferous vegetables in there , like cabbage , sauerkraut , things like that , because that’s really good for the liver as well .

Now that you know the number one worst food for the liver , let’s talk about what foods are really good for the liver .

Here are some resources

Dr. Berg

I am a health educator specializing in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods such as the keto diet plan and intermittent fasting

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