Why Clean a Moth-Eaten Liver?


By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Cleansing a toxic liver is like washing a moth-eaten towel.

The problem is holes, not laundering.

Unlike a towel, the liver is supremely regenerative.

It rebuilds faster and better than any other organ.

The problem is “moths,” not toxins.


Polyunsaturated fatty acids, highly unsaturated fatty acids, estrogen, nitric oxide, serotonin, tryptophan, growth hormone, phosphates, iron, etc., cause the eventual liquidation of the liver — Yellow Fat Disease, Waxy Liver Disease (lipofuscinosis), Fatty Liver Disease (cirrhosis).

These are the moths that destroy the fabric, and no amount of laundering will stop the process until the moths are eliminated.


Once these foods and chemicals are eliminated by simply not eating them, the liver needs rebuilding foods that contain glucose, fructose, and high-quality (low phosphate) protein — eaten according to Circadian Growth Period for best results.

The liver, like other organs, has three Associate Organs helping to set its timing.

They help the liver rebuild and automatically cleanse “on time” when they’re “online.”


Stomach Time (7:00-9:00 a.m.) is the first of these Associate Organ Times.

Eating TREE-related plant foods for breakfast at this time (MINIMIZING those listed above) is crucial.


Small Intestine Time (1:00-3:00 p.m.) is the second of these Associate Organ Times.

Eating VINE-related plant foods and vine-eating animal foods for lunch at this time (MINIMIZING those listed above) is crucial.

Vine-grown “fruits” like tomatoes and zucchini are excellent liver builders, as well as many other vegetables that don’t grow on vines like kale (well-cooked for best results).

The general rule for lunch foods is that they grow no lower than four inches and no higher than four feet above ground.


Circulation-Sex Time (7:00-9:00 p.m.) is the third of these Associate Organ Times.

Eating ROOT-related and SEAWEED-related plant foods and the animals that eat them for supper at this time (MINIMIZING those listed above) is crucial.

A dextrinized potato with butter is an excellent source of low-phosphate protein for the liver.

Butter is Growth-Zone Neutral, making it an “anytime of the day” food.

Without it, potato protein is less effective.

The same goes for dextrinized beetroot, an important source of fructose and minerals for the liver.

Another excellent Liver Builder is the egg, making sure the chickens are not being directly fed omega 3 fatty acids or indirectly (purslane, etc.).


Don’t eat eggs alone — without other foods.

Protein, lipids, carbohydrates go together like Athos, Aramis, and Porthos.

D’Artagnan is structured water — structured within the living organism (not by water woo-woo) by eating foods according to Growth Period and Organ Times.


Avoiding blue light during the evening, and exposing oneself to red light is the Liver’s Delight.

It’s our highest choice to resolve any Change of Lifestyle Cognitive Shocks before using red light.

Muscle Response Testing helps, but Body Dowsing is King of All Psychic Wound Detection.

Body Dowsing, not dream interpretation, is the Royal Road to the Unconscious.

'Why Clean a Moth-Eaten Liver?' have 23 comments

  1. September 26, 2017 @ 3:10 pm Atom

    Anyone studying Longevity and Anti-Aging, and not familiar with Lipofuscinosis (Inflamm-Aging and Garb-Aging), is confusing the finger pointing at the Moon with the Moon itself.

    The engine behind the drone of Aging is Yellow Fat Disease.



  2. September 26, 2017 @ 3:42 pm Atom

    We’re caught between a rock and a hard place until we start totally taking charge of our food supply.

    Passing the buck is hazardous to our health and longevity.

    “Grass-fed cattle are raised exclusively on grass or hay after weaning and not grain-finished in a feedlot, as are most cattle in the U.S. The beef produced is leaner than conventional beef, yet its fat tends to have a higher proportion of omega-3 fatty acids. In contrast, when cattle are fed grains at the end of their lives, their omega-3 stores rapidly decline.”

    Hay — organic or otherwise — is a major cause of chronic lipofuscinosis (Yellow Fat Disease).

    That’s not counting the organic farmers who feed fish and squid scraps to their cattle to further elevate omega-3 fatty acids.



  3. September 26, 2017 @ 4:02 pm Atom

    A ruthless cartel of corporate monoliths has made our “choice” between organic and non-organic food like the choice between a Democrat and a Republican — meaningless.

    It doesn’t have to be this way.

    Know the source and follow the money.

    Wake up and take charge of every bite of food (or its reasonable approximation) you put in your mouth.

    Place your liver in charge of your health and longevity.



  4. September 26, 2017 @ 10:24 pm John

    Hi Atom,
    why are eggs a night-time food ?
    Why should they not be eaten alone ?


    • September 27, 2017 @ 9:27 am Atom

      Re: Why are eggs a night-time food?

      We’re made of a sperm (fish) and an ovum (egg) — both directly related to Growth Zone 3.

      Eggs are pushed out of the south end (Geotropic Growth Zone 3) of a chicken, not the north end (Heliotropic Growth Zone 1).

      Eggs are manufactured in the uterus, a Growth Zone 3 organ.

      Re: Why should they not be eaten alone?

      Eggs drop blood sugar. People have actually fainted after eating eggs alone (not an everyday event, but illustrative of the blood sugar decrease).

      Both Adano Ley and Ray Peat agree — proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates do their best work when COMBINED.


  5. September 28, 2017 @ 10:46 am Amber

    Atom, I’ve not been able to find lately organic grape/cranberry juice for kidney’s…what other options would I have for daily or periodic strengthening. I’ve been using coin flip to negate indecision. Maybe even a suggestion outside of food?


    • September 29, 2017 @ 3:35 pm Atom

      Pomegranate juice at either Large Intestine or Stomach Time.

      Orange juice at Spleen-Pancreas Time.

      Tomato Juice at the last half of Heart Time.

      A kidney/adzuki bean blog will be posted ASAP.


      • September 29, 2017 @ 10:42 pm Amber

        <3 <3 <3


      • October 2, 2017 @ 2:09 pm John

        Hi Atom,
        why do these fruits work for the kidneys at these ‘other organ’ times ?
        (pomegranate @ L. I. or stomach time, oj @ spleen-p time, tomato @ heart time)


        • October 2, 2017 @ 5:37 pm Atom

          Wow! I was going to write a book explaining SHUNTS in 2014, and got distracted (although pages 187-217 of Yes No Maybe: Chronobiotic Nutrition provides extensive SHUNT info without the mechanism being explained).

          Anyway, in this specific case, the Large Intestine Meridian, Heart, and Gall Bladder are MAJOR SHUNTS to the Kidney Meridian.

          The Meridians communicate with each other via angular momentum (MAJOR and MINOR SHUNTS), something known by astrologers as ASPECTS.

          ASPECTS are very “real,” although usually couched in philosophical and agricultural language.


  6. September 28, 2017 @ 11:38 am John

    Hi Atom,
    what would the difference effects be on the liver at night between dextrinized beetroot, raw beetroot and beetroot juice ?


    • September 29, 2017 @ 3:38 pm Atom

      Eat raw beet to stimulate the intestines minus the nutrients.

      Drink beet juice to absorb the nutrients with little stimulation of the intestines.

      Eat dextrinized beet to absorb the nutrients and stimulate the intestines.


  7. December 31, 2017 @ 12:26 pm catalin voinea

    hello Mr ATom!
    Would artichokes qualify as a “liver” food?
    Turmeric and ginger (in powder form) – do they help the liver and the gallbladder? At pericardium time of course.
    The foods that help the liver also help the gallbladder?



    • December 31, 2017 @ 4:19 pm Atom

      The foods that help the liver often benefit the gall bladder.

      Globe artichokes are a better liver and gall bladder food than turmeric and ginger, but those two are OK if you know what you’re doing.

      If you’re just using a little turmeric or ginger, you don’t even have to know what you’re doing. :)


      • January 1, 2018 @ 7:47 am catalin voinea

        thank you! it means a lot!
        just using a dash of turmeric. goes well with dextrinized beets :d

        can u think of a few foods that specifically “target” the gallbladder?



        • January 4, 2018 @ 12:42 am Atom

          Saturated fat of almost any kind targets the gallbladder.

          Olive oil OK too.

          A pinch of cayenne potentiates the fat.

          Don’t overdo fat (especially at bedtime).

          Overdoing is different for different people.


          • January 4, 2018 @ 11:13 am catalin voinea

            staying away from saturated fats here!
            coconut oil does have some saturated fat – would u still consume it?

            We love our saturated fats.

            Coconut oil ~IS~ saturated fat.

  8. January 5, 2018 @ 3:45 am Atom

    We love our saturated fats.

    Coconut oil ~IS~ saturated fat.


    • January 6, 2018 @ 8:23 am catalin voinea

      misread your comment about saturated fat. Brain fart lol!



      • January 6, 2018 @ 8:26 am catalin voinea

        will do write an article in the vein of this one dealing specifically with the gallbladder and the foods that build i?

        If the answer is “no”, feel free to mention some foods/ strategies here lol!



        • January 6, 2018 @ 8:11 pm Atom

          Good subject for a blog entry. :)


          • January 13, 2018 @ 9:51 am catalin voinea

            My mum has been dealing with a sluggish gallbladder for a while now. As such, we are looking forward finding out what foods are best for the gallbladder.

            In this upcoming article, could you please mention the olive oil/lemon mix meant to be taken at gallbladder time? How to do it, how often to do it etc etc. She is not a big fan of pharmaceuticals but she does love her olive oil.

            When will it be posted?


            At-OM: SEE BELOW.

  9. January 13, 2018 @ 3:58 pm Atom

    Who diagnosed a “sluggish gallbladder”?

    I use apple cider vinegar and olive oil, not lemon and olive oil, although the latter seems to work for the folks who use it.


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