Tomato juice and molasses at Small Intestine Time (1:00-3:00 p.m.) is a bodacious Liver Tonic.

At Small Intestine Time, the Liver Meridian’s glycogen cycle is at Low Tide and its biliary cycle is at High Tide.

It’s exactly the opposite at Liver Time: its glycogen cycle is at High Tide and its biliary cycle is at Low Tide.

Liver Time (1:00-3:00 a.m.) is the Master Control Time for the body’s Food Clock.

Lung Time (3:00-5:00 a.m.) is the Master Control Time for the body’s Exercise (and Sex) Clock.

Large Intestine Time (5:00-7:00 a.m.) is the Master Control Time for the body’s Light-Dark Clock.

X. Tong & L. Yin (“Circadian rhythms in liver physiology and liver diseases,” Comparative Physiology, April 2013) wrote …

“The circadian clock system in the liver plays important roles in regulating metabolism and energy homeostasis. Clock gene mutant animals display impaired glucose and lipid metabolism and are susceptible to diet-induced obesity and metabolic dysfunction, providing strong evidence for the connection between the circadian clock and metabolic homeostasis.”

'Tomato Juice & Molasses Tonic at Small Intestine Time' have 6 comments

  1. July 12, 2014 @ 3:30 pm atomb

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  2. July 12, 2014 @ 3:32 pm atomb

    Christos Savvidis & Michael Koutsilieris (“Circadian Rhythm Disruption in Cancer Biology,” Molecular Medicine, July 17, 2012) wrote …

    “Circadian rhythms are generated by a set of clock genes and proteins regulating many functions, including the ability to fall asleep or to snap out of sleep into wakefulness, body temperature, blood pressure, hormone biosynthesis, digestive secretion and immune responses. Further to the central nervous system, circadian rhythmicity is present in peripheral tissues, too. Individual normal cells and even cancer cells keep circadian time by expressing similar clock genes. Circadian clocks in peripheral tissues regulate the expression of specific genes and synthesis of products, such as thymidylate synthase, p21 and Wee-1, which control DNA synthesis, cell division cycle and cell proliferation, coordinating physiological processes in a circadian manner. It is noteworthy that, in the industrialized world, there is a change in the lighted environment from a sun-based system to an electricity-based system. Modern lifestyle forces more people to work late shifts, to change shifts regularly or to spend more time doing other activities, prolonging the exposure to light. Epidemiological studies correlate disruption of circadian rhythms with incidence of breast cancer and poorer prognosis of the disease. In mouse models, data show that disturbed circadian clock gene expression and disruption of circadian rhythms correlate with tumor development and tumor progression.”


  3. July 13, 2014 @ 8:22 am John

    Hi Atom,
    what is a good green drink to cleanse & rebuild and at what time ?


    • July 13, 2014 @ 8:24 pm atomb

      Wheat grass juice at Urinary Bladder Time (3:00-5:00 p.m.)


      Watercress juice at Triple Heater Time (9:00-11:00 p.m.)


      • July 15, 2014 @ 6:56 am John

        What organs are they working on ?


  4. July 16, 2014 @ 5:48 pm atomb

    Lungs, urinary bladder, spleen, pancreas, thyroid gland, adrenal glands, hypothalamus, at the times indicated.


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