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According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) our bodies energy or Qi is in constant motion that ‘peaks’ every 2 hours with one of our internal organs which means that during this time period the organ is most active. Working in sync with our internal organs helps us to achieve good health. If the energy is blocked or out of balance, symptoms will be more noticeable during the organs active 2 hour period.

1.00am – 3.00am is the time of the Liver. In TCM it is called the ‘general’ in charge of the overall body functions and to bring harmony. An unhappy liver leads to an unhappy body, physically and mentally. Blood from the digestive system must first filter through the liver where toxins are removed, before it travels anywhere else in the body to deliver nourishment to the appropriate places, giving us energy throughout the day at the times we need it most. While we sleep the blood returns to the liver to be cleansed/detoxified and revitalised. This benefits all our organs.

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Today think about the functions of the liver and what it has to cope with when we eat and drink the wrong foods so that we do not overtax its functions. Limit anything that will hinder its job. Have a light evening meal so that it can be digested before liver time, so that this time is spent on cleansing the blood for the next day.

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Sandra / Cara

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