Did You Know that Crow's Feet Mean Something and You Can Prevent Them?
Crow's feet may be your liver telling you it needs to be detoxed. If you address this problem, you'll also be making progress against these lines by your eyes.
Crow’s feet aren’t just a matter of looks.
Believe it or not, they also tell you how your liver is doing. That’s why you can prevent them naturally and improve your overall health at the same time.
Find out below what crow’s feet really mean and how to prevent them easily, effectively, and naturally, without having to turn to expensive beauty treatments.
What are crow’s feet and what do they mean?
Crow’s feet are wrinkles that appear by your eyes and extend towards your temples (the ones that are accentuated when you smile and laugh.)
They’re “smile lines,” but the reason you see them more on some people and less on others is that they are related to your liver function.
Pronounced crow’s feet, especially at an early age (like in your 20’s, mean that you have weak liver function.
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What causes liver weakness?
There are many factors that can harm your liver, and, as a result, encourage the appearance of crow’s feet:
- Not eating well. Eating too many fried foods and poor quality fats (pastries, margarine, creams, dairy, etc), sugar, artificial sweeteners, and refined flour.
- An excess of meat and dairy. These should be consumed in moderation.
- Food additives found in many non-organic foods.
- Certain medications.
- Toxic habits like drinking or smoking.
- Negative emotions, especially anger.
- Environmental pollution.
How can I improve my liver function?
Your liver is an organ that plays a role in your metabolism, immune system, and the purification of your blood.
While it feels the effect of all kinds of things that happen to you every day, it also has an amazing ability to regenerate.
That’s why certain remedies and natural techniques are able to improve its health and prevent or minimize crow’s feet.
Your liver’s temperature tends to go down when it is in a weakened state, so applying heat locally can improve it.
You can do it in multiple different ways:
- Heating pads
- Hot water bottles
- A warm moist washcloth with a dry cloth on top
Apply heat for a half hour every day before bed, because it can make you feel sleepy.
A coffee enema increases the activity of the GGT enzyme (gamma-glutamyl transferase). This enzyme is essential for a healthy liver. It helps remove bile and detoxify your body.
Coffee enemas are done with toasted, powdered coffee, and can be applied once or twice a week.
Bitter medicinal plants are good for your liver and improve your overall digestion.
Certain teas can help you regulate and improve your liver function without any side effects, and thus also help treat crow’s feet.
Have a plant-based medicinal tea every night for your liver:
- Milk thistle
You can sweeten them with stevia and make them even more effective by adding a bit of lemon juice.
Amino acid supplements
One of the most convenient ways to detox your liver is by taking plant-based supplements with the ability to improve liver function.
One option is amino acids, in particular:
Note: While amino acids can be good for your liver, do not consume them if you have cirrhosis.
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Green vegetables have the power to regenerate your liver.
That’s why one way to consume more of them, and absorb more of their nutrients by eating them raw, is with green smoothies.
They combine fruits like apples, strawberries, and bananas with leafy greens like spinach, chard, beet greens, and arugula.
The result is a very nutritious and detoxifying smoothie with a bright green color and delicious flavor.
You can have a green smoothie every morning for breakfast and even add other ingredients if you like: milk alternatives, nuts, seeds, cacao, etc.