Functional Foods for Liver Health With Isabelle Yang
This week's episode focuses on functional food for liver health. Our guest, Isabelle Yang, is a certified nutritional endocrinology practitioner and an expert in liver health. The liver needs just the right nourishment to be strong and healthy. It’s common for most individuals to have imbalances in the liver area and this can lead to numerous problems your clients may face. Tune in to learn from Isabelle how health practitioners can empower their clients in their relationship with food for liver health. It’s time to customize food to support our clients’ specific functions.
IN THIS EPISODE:
- [04:20] Dandelion as a food to support the liver.
- [05:54] Bile is something that we need to emulsify fat.
- [08:33] Basil, peppermint, rosemary, and different spices among other foods all assist the liver.
- [14:22] Foods that are harmful for the liver are vegetable oils, peanut oil, any type of processed foods, and chips.
- [17:30] How Isabelle guides clients in her Second Heart Liver Cleanse
- The liver is the only organ in our bodies that can regenerate. However, it won’t regenerate on its own, it needs help from us and the foods we eat to begin that process.
- There are certain foods and herbs which support and repair the liver.
- An emotional, spiritual and physical cleanse and lifestyle is needed to nourish and keep the liver happy.
- Proper liver function relies on adequate sleep, movement, sunshine, fresh air and specific foods that optimize liver function.
- NEPT: Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner Training
- The False Gods of Food Religions
- The Real Cost of Healthcare
- Identifying Food Sensitivities: The Missing Piece
- Food Sensitivity Detection: When Perceived Failure Is True Success
- The Real way to Get Results with a Provocation Protocol
- Little Miracles Everywhere: Plant Phytonutrients
- The Food Matrix and the Future of Nutritional Research
- Believing Isn’t Always Seeing! The Power of Functional Food
- The Health Benefits of Polyphenols in Restoring Balance
- Phytonutrients— There’s More Than Meets the Eye