One of the key roles of the liver is to detoxify harmful or chemical substances from the body such as environmental chemicals, pesticides, drugs, alcohol and other toxins. The liver also has key roles in food breakdown, glucose storage, and metabolism.
I think for many people just reading this title might sound a little silly, but you are going to have to trust me on this one. Liver Detoxification has multiple different benefits for the human body. Your liver is essential. It has over 500 imperative functions to help keep your body healthy. However, it’s role in our general well-being can easily be overlooked.
Most people think doing a “detox” will make them lose all kinds of weight but it’s usually not body fat, sometimes it’s a little bit of fat but most of the weight loss you see is from the removal of unwanted toxins. But removing more toxins will actually set you up for more fat loss if done correctly. Also, by doing this your organs will be cleansed, resulting in more optimal functioning.
Highly regarded as a great source of essential fatty acids, Safflower oil has many positives we can all benefit from. Mostly comprised from omega 6 fatty acids, it also contains a small amount of CLA (conjugated Linoleic acid). There are two types of Safflower oil; high-oleic and high-Linoleic. Like olive oil, the high-oleic variety of Safflower oil contains monounsaturated fats and is a good option for cooking at high temps. Since Safflower oil contains these fatty acids, it is one of the better sources for not only weight loss but for many overall health benefits
With this being said these rules apply the same to any of these mechanisms you would use to mix your shake.