The liver is one of the most important organs in the body. It is constantly cleansing your blood; maintaining your blood sugar levels; digesting fats, proteins, and carbohydrates; and producing bile and other enzymes…amongst many other functions (like storing vitamins, minerals, and glycogen).
Once white adipose tissue has too much in storage, excess fat builds up in the liver, and eventually in arteries and organs. The liver is the primary metabolic factory in your body. Once it starts becoming clogged with fat, metabolism goes away at the primary point of calorie distribution for your body. This causes many problems, including a higher risk for cardiovascular disease.
- Diet that lacks protein,
- Exposure to chemicals
- Frequent and excessive alcohol consumption,
- Overweight (obesity),
- Insufficient body weight (malnutrition),
- Sugar diseases (diabetes),
- Excessive usage of medicaments (corticosteroids, etc.),
- Metabolism disorders,
- Enzyme deficit.
Whey protein is a by-product obtained in cheese production. It is rich in lactic acid and enzymes, high-quality protein, vitamins B6, B2, B12, K, C, minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus, amino acids, despite a low calorific value.
For years whey has been used as a mean of stimulating appetite and improving digestion, and modern science has proven that in addition, it can prevent hypertension, heart attack and stroke, regulate cholesterol, increase muscle mass, prevent osteoporosis, strengthen the immune system, eliminate stress and provide the body with great amounts of energy.
Here’s how to make it at home:
- 1 liter of milk
- Juice of one lemon
- Cook the milk and while still warm, add the lemon juice in it.
- Mix well and let the mixture stand still for some time, until transparent greenish liquid (the whey) starts separating from the liquid.
- Strain the greenish liquid into a bottle and store in the refrigerator.
- The rest of the mixture is tasty, young homemade cheese.
- You should consume from 1 to 2 pounds of the homemade whey.