Have No Fear, Aloe Ferox Is Here!

Typically, people usually have a reason why they love the Holiday season, and why they sometimes hate it too. We love the Holiday season because we get to indulge in the delicious festive foods, and we hate it because let's face it – after a Holiday feast, you aren't able to move from the dinner table! 

If your liver isn’t in tip-top shape, you may feel the following, immediately and even the weeks after, your Holiday feast:

  • Bloating
  • Discomfort Beneath Your Right Rib Cage
  • Belly Fat
  • Overheating
  • Excessive Perspiration
  • Heartburn
  • Weight Gain
  • Inability To Lose Weight
  • Tiredness
  • Mood Swings
  • Snoring

While you’re prepping for your Holiday meal, keep these liver-friendly tips in mind: 

  • Sugar – Be cautious when selecting your sweet treats after your meal. Your liver converts sugar into fat. If you take in too much sugar, your liver creates an excess amount of fat, which will take a toll on your liver.
  • Salt – When preparing your meals, consider the amount of salt you’re adding to your recipe. Switch out your salt for liver-friendly herbs, such as oregano, sage, or rosemary – all herbs with a healthy source of polyphenols. 
  • Fatty Foods & Veggies – You can indulge in your favorite fatty food, but be sure to pair your high-in-saturated-fat deep fried turkey slice with vegetables that will make your liver smile – like a side of broccoli. 

We know the thought of a post Holiday meal may scare you but, have no fear, Aloe Ferox is here!

Aloe Ferox aids in bile production to help your liver flush out harmful substances, which could have been backing up your liver from operating at its peak capacity along with aiding the digestion process. This means it also helps prevent new toxins from building up which you may need since there may be some questionable foods this holiday season! We aren't telling you not to eat them because now you know there's a solution for skipping those post Holiday feast blues!

Happy Holidays from us at Aloe Ferox!

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