Profile: Robert Moroney
From The Mindful Word
Robert Moroney, MA, DA, earned advanced degrees from Boulder Graduate School and Alphabiotics International in Dallas, Texas, and was in private practice for sixteen years as a nutritionist and peak-performance coach. Robert was born in Astoria, Queens, married his wife, Barbara, in 1973, and has one son.
NoteStreams By Robert Moroney
I don’t think anyone really knows how many functions the liver performs on a day-to-day basis: anywhere from 190 on up, depending on what book you read. Just a few of the liver’s major functions, include the breakdown of every carbohydrate, protein, and fat entering the body; the detoxification of all poisons; the breakdown of all hormone residues; and the arranging and rearranging of proteins into amino acids and amino acids into proteins.
The liver can become congested from an intake of toxic and fatty foods, overindulgence of alcohol and drugs, overeating, constipation, and physical and emotional trauma. How do you know if your liver is sluggish? And what do you do about it?