Going on a carrot juice cure for two days, and eating a lot of endive salad should help remedy the problem.

If the problem seems to recur frequently, consult the list of recommended foods and foods to avoid below.

Recommended foods – olives

– clay (dissolve a teaspoon – wild chicory of nutritional clay in – quince a glass of water) – green beans

– artichokes, asparagus, eggplant, avocados, carrots, Foods to avoid celery, cabbage, chervil, – alcohol (wine, spirits, beer) parsley, watercress, lettuce, – almonds, pine nuts, dandelion, potatoes, black walnuts, hazelnuts radish, horseradish – processed meats,

– black currant, gooseberries, sweetbreads, fat poultry cherries, strawberries, myrtle (goose, duck, etc.)

– oranges, grapefruit, apples, – chocolate, fresh cream, plums, grapes, rhubarb mayonnaise

An excess of copper or iron in your system can cause liver problems.

Ingesting too much of the following foods can result in an excess of copper or iron:

– liver

– meat (except beef and mutton)

– fish and shellfish

– dried legumes, mushrooms

– oleaginous fruit (very rich in copper).

Absorbing sufficient amounts of zinc and Vitamin C helps reduce the amount of copper in your system. To obtain more zinc and Vitamin C, increase the amount of fresh fruit and vegetables you eat on a daily basis.

Foods containing zinc: oysters (very rich), whole grain bread, horse meat, liver, veal

Your doctor may advise you against some of these foods. If that is the case, ask for a zinc supplement instead.

Another effective remedy for liver problems is a two-day carrot juice cure, accompanied by dandelion and endive salads. Squash and pumpkin are also beneficial.

If your liver is chronically fatigued, you may be suffering from a wide range of symptoms: appetite loss, coated tongue, headaches, dull aching pain in the liver region, nausea and bad breath, to name just a few.

The best thing to do is clean and drain your tired liver. Start by adopting a healthy diet.

– Cut down on sugar, animal fat, fat processed meats, fried foods, etc.

– Eat more fruit, especially apples, pears and grapes.

– Eat more green vegetables: leeks, celery, raw cabbage, chives, onions, carrots and turnips.

– Try fasting one day a week: drink only herbal tea or spring water.

– A weekly cup of green tea may help to keep toxins from damaging your liver. If you manage 10 cups per week, even better protection against liver disease is likely.

Depurative cure

This treatment can help clean your liver and gallbladder and, in some cases, eliminate stones.

– 1 tablespoon of first cold-pressed virgin olive oil

– 1 tablespoon of lemon juice

– 5 drops of essential oil of rosemary

Mix the three ingredients and drink in two servings:

– half in the morning before breakfast

– half before your evening meal

This cure should clean out your liver and gallbladder in two or three days.

Salad recipe

– green beans

– lettuce

– chervil

– olive oil

– lemon

Eat this salad at lunch and dinner for 5 days.

Recommended foods

– clay (mix a teaspoon of powdered nutritional clay in a glass of water)

– artichokes

– asparagus

– eggplant

– avocado

– wheat

– carrots

– blackcurrants

– celery

– cherries

– chicory

– chervil

– cabbage

– quince

– squash

– watercress

– endive

– strawberries, gooseberries

– green beans

– lettuce

– myrtle

– olives

– oranges, grapefruit

– barley

– parsley

– dandelion

– apples

– potatoes

– pumpkin

– plums

– black radish, horseradish

– grapes

– rhubarb

Foods to avoid

– alcohol

– almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, pine nuts

– organs (brain, sweetbreads, etc.)

– processed meats

– chocolate

– fresh cream

– mayonnaise

– goose, duck


Scientists agree that sulphur makes an effective complement to treatments for liver and gallbladder problems. Try to absorb as much sulphur as you can from the foods you eat while continuing your prescribed treatments. Good sources include:

– protein (meat, fish, eggs)

– dried beans

– onions and garlic

Recommended foods

– garlic, onions

– clay (dissolve a teaspoon of nutritional clay in a glass of water)

– olives

– oranges, grapefruit, rhubarb, grapes, apples, plums

– artichokes, asparagus, eggplant, avocado, carrots, celery, chervil, cabbage, quince, watercress, lettuce, parsley, dandelion, potatoes

– black radish and horseradish

– blackcurrants, cherries, strawberries, gooseberries, myrtle

– eggs

– meat, fish

– dried beans

– wild chicory

– wheat (for wheat cure instructions consult the Wheat section in the Dictionary of Foods)

Foods to avoid

– excess fat foods

– almonds

– processed meats, fat meat and poultry (goose, duck)

– organs (sweetbreads, brains, etc.)

– chocolate, fresh cream, mayonnaise

– hazelnuts, walnuts, pine nuts

– alcohol

Also be very careful about the kinds of medication you take.