What’s the link between high cholesterol and liver function?

I know a lot of people avoid “high cholesterol” foods because they are said to raise cholesterol. 

Although being mindful of the amount of saturated and trans fats (aka most processed foods) you are eating may be helpful – what is actually more important is your liver function. 

Excess cholesterol is eliminated from the body through the liver. 

If you have excessive amounts of toxins built up within the body (whether it’s from too much alcohol, drugs including prescription drugs, pesticides in foods and environmental toxins) – your liver will have to work in overtime to engage in it’s normal processes.

If you have high LDL (“bad cholesterol”) and low HDL (“good cholesterol”), it is very likely you have a sluggish liver. If you have high cholesterol, it’s also very likely you have some sort of skin condition. 

If this sounds like you – I highly recommend checking out “The Hormone Reboot – Digestive Healing” in the guide section of my website as it is designed to support your liver and heal your gut (both which are critical for optimal health) 

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