14. IS THE LARGE INTESTINE RELATED TO THE LIVER?
Of course yes; Our organism is like a small gear clock. If one fails, the rest will fail.
We must know that the liver is the body's main detoxification organ, with more than 500 known functions. It is a gland that filters more than 2000 liters of blood per day and its function is so important that without the liver we could not live more than 24 hours.
But the liver, like the colon, is also affected by bad eating habits, stress, negative emotions and feelings, self-medication and various factors already mentioned, causing liver malformation, greater accumulation of waste and all its consequences.
But the importance of the liver goes much further, simply because among all the organs of your body, the liver is the general commander. If your liver does not work properly, it will alter the function of your gallbladder and also your kidney function, causing a state of acidosis and all the consequences that this entails: decalcification, dermatitis and all kinds of degenerative processes, including cancer.
Do not forget that a drop of blood that goes through the big toe will take only 20 seconds to reach your eye, therefore, the main filter of the blood should be kept in optimal conditions of hygiene to maintain a correct state of health and wellness.
That said, it will be understood that it is vital to maintain a colon in optimal hygiene conditions to prevent the toxic load that accumulates in the colon from entering the bloodstream, thus affecting liver function.
In addition, it has been shown that constipation produces pressure in the liver, irritating both the liver and the gallbladder, preventing the proper secretion of gastric juices and promoting the appearance of numerous digestive disorders.