Masters of Health Magazine August 2022 | Page 90


Yellow in the whites (sclera) of your eyes or crevices/fissures in the liver area of the iris indicate liver disease.  The sclera should be white and clear, and the iris liver area should be free of fissures or dark spots.


Ridges, brittleness, loss of moons, purple or white color of the skin underneath, or abnormal growth of your nails could indicate anemia, mineral or vitamin deficiencies, liver or other health-related problems.  Healthy nails are free of the above defects, flexible, and nicely shaped.  

If you have any of the above symptoms, learn the liver basics.  Nourish your liver with the Liver-Loving Foods and Herbs, sunshine vitamin D, and pure, structured spring water.   

Anger is an emotion from a damaged liver.  Angry people need a liver detox and a great deal of nourishment.  A healthy liver produces a happy, healthy person.  So, if you want your loved ones to be happy and healthy, feed them organic liver-loving foods and herbs shown below: 

Liver-loving Nutrient-Rich Foods and herbs (Use  ORGANIC only)


Silymarin/Milk Thistle

Beet Root and Leaves

B Complex vitamins and Natural Vitamin A

Dandelion and other

Bitter Greens


Lemon (Fresh Lemon Water)

Berries and other red, purple, or blue pigmented foods, high in Anthocyanins

Sulfur foods such as Asparagus, Broccolini, Brussel Sprouts, Garlic, Onions, Scallions, Spring Onions, Radishes, Sour Kraut

Turmeric (Curcumin)

Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin, and other orange or yellow foods


Essential Oils 

for Liver Health




Zendocrine Blend

(tangerine, rosemary, geranium, juniper berry, coriander)


These nutrient-rich foods, herbs, and essential oils help cleanse, repair, nourish, and regenerate the liver.  A healthy liver is also vital for cancer prevention and survival and maintaining a healthy immune system. 

Be kind and respectful to your liver!  It is essential for over 500 body functions.  You only have one liver that needs to last a whole lifetime.