The primary way in which your body expels toxins is via the liver, which detoxifies and cleanses your body by continuously filtering the blood of toxins that enter it through the digestive tract, the skin, and the respiratory system.
But when your liver becomes overworked as a result of stress or excessive exposure to toxins, your entire system can be thrown off.
Here are seven important foods to begin incorporating into your diet in order to maintain a healthy liver: garlic, grapefruit, green tea, green vegetables, avocados, walnuts and turmeric.
Now as they were eating, Jesus said, “Assuredly, I say to you, one of you will betray Me.” And they were exceedingly sorrowful, and each of them began to say to Him, “Lord, is it I?” Then Judas, who was betraying Him, answered and said, “Rabbi, is it I?” Matthew 26:21-22, 25.
Notice, the 11 called Jesus Lord but Judas called Him rabbi. Jesus was a rabbi, a teacher with a formal education. The ultimate teacher. But the other apostles referred to Him as Lord, a term of endearment that Judas did not have for Jesus.
Exercise of the Week: Is Jesus more a teacher to you—head-directed? Or is Jesus more Lord to you—heartfelt? Make adjustments, if necessary.
Don Nava has served as a coach for the past 35 years. He started his coaching career in Silicon Valley, coaching executives at Cisco Systems, Silicon Graphics, ATT, NIKE and many venture capitalists. After years of research, study and observation, Coach Nava determined that there are several underlying mental, emotional, directional and spiritual issues that are keeping people from being physically fit. As a result, he designed and developed the Totally Fit Life System which has been a catalyst of transformation for thousands of men, women and children.
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