22 Apr 2024

The intricate world of liver health in this insightful video snippet. The liver’s pivotal role as the body’s detoxification powerhouse, shedding light on its impact on overall well-being. The importance of kidney function to the transformative benefits of coffee enemas, he unveils practical strategies for nurturing liver health and restoring balance in the body. With a blend of medical expertise and holistic insights, A compelling narrative on the significance of prioritizing liver health for optimal vitality.

Highlights of the Podcast

00:09 – The liver syntax is because it is the portal out of the body

01:44 – The liver will clean the whole body

02:52 – The fastest, best, cheapest way to go

04:23 – The medical solution

05:33 – The vitamin B6

06:39 -That’s how you find these things out

07:28 – The eastern Madison

10:02 – The bad chemicals out

11:05 – The full spectrum methylated environment would be great

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:00:00] So, one of the things that I spend a lot of time working on. Probably one of my favorite organs is the liver. The the reason I like the liver syntax is because it is the portal out of the body. When we talk about detoxification, it is the king, everything we’re trying to work on. Kidneys are going to be a limiting reagent. So whenever you’re working on liver, you’ve got to keep track of kidneys. You’re going to have anxiety, depression, low back pain. You’re gonna have blood pressure issues. You’re going to have, detox reactions and things like that. If you don’t keep track of the kidneys. And we’ll talk about kidneys later. But so obviously cash impacts kidney complex. That other stuff important. When people talk about the gut, for example, and they say, oh, your gut super important, you got to keep your gut clean, you’re cleaning up. I got the inflammation of the gut. What do you think caused the inflammation of the got the liver. And that’s one of the things we have to kind of keep in mind is because the way the body works from an inflammation standpoint is one of the major ways your body’s get rid of gets rid of inflammation is it sucks it into the into the lymphatics or it sucks in the bloodstream. The blood lymphatics take it all the way throughout the body.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:01:10] They end up in the liver. The liver cleans that stuff out, pulls out a lot of that waste nature’s it fixes it, pushes it around. And then that decreases the level of toxicity in the blood. And the blood can then, through osmosis, go out and pick up more trash from the lymph, from the, from the tissues, like your, your, your intestines, your your stomach, your heart, your brain, you know, your left pinky toe that gets it from everywhere. It takes it back to the liver and cleans it out, which is great and kind of problematic. The reason why it’s great is because you can just clean the liver, and the liver will clean the whole body. It’s not great because you have to recognize as you’re trying to clean the liver, liver, trying to clean the blood in the left as the blood in the lymph starts to get clean, they’re going to clean the whole body. So cleaning the liver takes a long time. You can you can knock out symptoms like from chronic fatigue in five hours and things like that pretty quickly. And, you know, two, three months.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:02:06] But keeping it clean, getting it clean is, is really where the where the magic is. And the problem with that is that you’re going to constantly be getting more toxins in your body from processed foods and from touching receipts and from, you know, the atrazine in the water and all the all the trash in our air and all the chemicals we, we talk about all the time as those goes, didn’t you go into you your body is all about and as it pulls it out, that’s what hitting the liver. So, you know, when we talk about coffee, animals and things like that, which is by far my number one favorite thing for the liver, it is the it is the only thing I know of where it’s the cheapest, the fastest and the best. Usually you pick two of those three, but coffee enemas. That’s kind of the the fastest, best, cheapest way to go. I’ve gotten up to where I do three a week now. Just because, you know, if all the with all the workout stress I’m doing and part of my recovery is, you know, I’m as you work out really hard, your body creates a lot more inflammation. Like everybody’s familiar with that. The lactic acid. You go to the gym, work out your sore the next day.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:03:14] Well, the reason why you’re not sore three days later is because your liver can actually pull that waste out and help you kind of move that trash out. So that’s one of the reason of my, my maintenance of my liver. The liver also produces a lot of digestive enzymes, specifically bile. Bile help provide emulsify facts. And I talk about this all the time. So if you’ve heard it, you’re in here loved one. But, when we talk about gallstones, for instance, gallstones are a real thing. This is my ring. This is my hand. This is my ring in my hand. It’s not a hand ring. My hand didn’t make it. The reason I point this out is because the gallbladder, which is not part of the liver, but very closely related. It’s just a back. It holds the things that your body puts in it. It is designed to hold bile salts that your liver creates. So what ends up happening is if you have gallstones, it means the bile that is in your gallbladder coming from your liver has congealed. It has turned from a really, really thin, really slick WD 40 type oily consistency to this rubber cement goo that is now in your gallbladder. And the medical solution is, oh, we’ll just cut the gallbladder out because, you know. Why not? You know, that radically, you know, alters or, you know, destroys your body’s ability to properly emulsify fats and get the nutrients out and things like that, that you need. But that’s, you know, that’s not here nor there.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:04:40] So the problem we get into is that, for instance, when we get gallstones, your body is lost methylated B6. So when we start looking at the liver as a whole, you know, like, oh well, we got to do coffee enemas to clean it up and kind of the maintenance. But you got to make sure that your methylation function is high. You’ve got to make sure that you’re getting in those methylated B vitamins. You know, mtf, HR, we when we talk a lot about folic acid and we show this folic acid is a big part of brain health, pregnancy and fertility, and just general overall function. However, B6 is also very important. B2 is very important specifically to sleep. And you know, I talk about sleep all the time. So if you’re not going to get your methylated B vitamins up for your liver so your liver can clean itself, you can clean the whole body and get everything where it’s supposed to. They can pull out all the waste. Then you’re going to have problems. You don’t have the vitamin B6. You’re going to start to have biochemical issues like I talked about with the gallstones. You’re gonna have issues there. In eastern medicine, they refer to the liver as the seat of anger. And so very often it’s not every time, but very often is for testing somebody.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:05:53] And the way I like to do my testing for the guys who have not seen me test, my father or where I’m working with Will, talk to the patient, explain what’s going on, do the whole thing. And then I come in and I test them, I give my recommendations, and I leave. And then Bill, my father goes through and explains everything we found and does. All the Theron resets everything. However, when I, I like to walk in not knowing what’s going on because it doesn’t cloud my testing. And so then I can test everybody and I can walk through and go. You walk into rooms and forget where you go in there, you know, you lose track of, you know, your conversations and your sentence. You wake up between 2 and 4 in the morning. You have more anxiety than you feel. You should like those other things. Because if you test a body, you just. That’s how you find these things out. And when we got that liver, the livers were congested, you got parasites, and you’ve got, you know, really heavy stuff. And you need lots of b-vitamins. You need lots of, you know, gallbladder work or common bile duct work or whatever.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:06:53] Typically I’ll ask, you know, do you feel like you’re an angry person? Very rarely. He’ll go, yeah, I feel like I’m an angry person. But then I go through and I ask him, like, how’s your temper? They go. Sometimes I lose my temper faster than I think I should. Or I’ll ask a specific question like, have you ever gotten really mad and super pissed off whether you said or did anything? Blood just boils and you’re just mad. And then like 30 minutes later, an hour later, you think back, I’m like, why did I make me so mad? That wasn’t that big of a deal. Those temper things are what we’re talking about from the eastern Madison. They they actually got angry man syndrome. So that’s one of the things we see a lot. And so as we start cleaning the body up, one of the things I’ll ask is, have you noticed that you’re more calm, more relaxed, like, you know, things that normally were just super pissed you off or just they’re irritated now? Used to be a 6 or 7 now to 3 or 4. And the vast majority of the time people are like, yeah, yeah, I have noticed that. What’s really interesting is when we get husband, wife, person I love, I love working on husband wife teams. That is probably my favorite way to do this. For real quick on that one. Because if husband and wife are paired and they’re on the same drive around the same purpose, they’re looking for the same thing.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:08:12] They’re working together to get somewhere. You’re going to get there a lot faster. Because now you have two people pushing in the same direction, supporting each other, motivating each other. You know, you’re working on this as a team. You know the days where you don’t feel like doing it. You’re like, well, I don’t want to stop because I don’t want to mess up her journey or, you know, she says the same thing. So working with the husband wife is always awesome. So, like, it’s much too big. Such a big discount for working with that same time. But it’s funny. We’ll get women in and last. I’m like, how’s your temper? Totally fine. The wife will just laugh. And it’s funny because, like, we both look at her and she’s like, sorry. And the husband will usually be like, oh, my grouchy. And I should say. And she just kind of. So that’s one of those things. A lot of times people notice that the outside factors notice it. But, that’s the other thing. That’s the eastern Madison piece. So as you start to clean the liver up, the liver starts cleaning the body up. The aches and pains start calling down the fatigue. The energy fatigue goes down, the energy comes up. And then one of the reasons for that is that the the waste that your body is pulling out of your liver is sucking out this acidic waste. Acidic waste, has, is very powerful with very high, reactive oxidative stress markers.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:09:31] Oxygen is what the body uses to denature a lot of free radicals stress or reactive oxygen stress problems. And so as the liver pulls all that waste out, your body now has more oxygen to spend on other things like creation of energy. And so all of a sudden pain starts going away. Energy starts coming up. People start feeling better again just because we’re cleaning the liver. So the you know, that’s one of the big pieces like I was talking about, you know, health is good. Chemicals in bad chemicals out. The bad chemicals out is can you deliver those to clean? You’re going to be a lot better off good chemicals in his gut. But here’s the thing. If you’re gut’s inflamed, you can’t you can’t heal the gut. So you have to start with liver and kidneys. So you start flushing the waste out, decreasing the inflammation of the gut so that you can go back through and actually heal the guy. And so that’s why I always tell people liver is my favorite place to start, because you can’t really get anything the way to clean or reset without clean liver. Again, this isn’t necessarily I guess you can call it my protocol, but it’s kind of how the body works.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:10:39] So whenever the waste disposal issues get clogged up and backed up and you have, you know, literal organic waste trash crap laying all around, it’s really hard to feed and nurture. The cells, heal, regenerate and repair. So if you guys are thinking of where should you start kidney cancer packs just to get that out of the way and then cough, you know, must be a great addition. Methylated B vitamins, the full spectrum methylated environment would be great. There’s a lot of parasites that hit the liver. And so cleaning those out is a great option. And guess what? Coffee enemas are a phenomenal way of cleaning the parasites in the intestines and in the liver. So that’s why we always go back to coffee enemas because you can do so much with them. So, if you guys are looking for the next thing that you want to start working on, start looking at your liver. You know, if you need some help, we can help you out. But the liver, to me, the big piece. So, we’re getting some good questions. So keep and come questions at Chalmers Wellness. Com and I will see you guys later.

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