Look into you liver health if morning grogginess is a key concern, if you’ve had toxicity exposure (we all have) or have had prescription medication exposure.
QUICK START TIP: Fresh organic lemon has been proven to kick start the phases of liver detoxification and try pressing on the Liver 3 acupuncture point that is found between your big toe and second toe in the dip your finger will fall into when you slide up from the end of the foot – or Google this for a picture online). Dandelion root eaten or had in a tea is a way to flush the liver and milk thistle is restorative and protective to your liver.
WAYS TO CHECK YOUR LIVER: Physical exam and the following starter blood tests can tell you more: AST, GGT, ALT, Total Bilirubin, Alk Phos, and Albumin
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