Tongue health: What Your Tongue Says About Your Health?

Have you ever really looked at your Tongue health? I mean, really examined the health of it?

Quite honestly, most of us don’t give it a second thought beyond the few minutes we spend brushing our teeth in the morning and before bedtime.

But, as it turns out, the tongue is a window to body functioning and studied by health practitioners. According to Doctors, the tongue gives us clear signals as to the condition of our organs and how well (or how poorly) they are functioning.

Know About Your Tongue Health

Tongue Health

In a book, a well-known doctor explains that the tip of the tongue correlates to the health of one’s heart and just behind the tip correlates to the lungs. While the left side of the tongue represents the liver and the right side the gallbladder.

The middle of the tongue gives signals to the health of your stomach and spleen. And check this out, pain-free period readers. The back of the tongue speaks directly to the condition of your kidneys, intestines, bladder, and womb.

So take a look at the wo(man) in the mirror, if you see cracks, swellings, cuts, or deep, narrow gorges in your tongue then it’s time to take heed. Your body is trying to tell you something. Also, if your tongue has a yellow, white, thick, or furry coating on it then that’s a clear sign there is a build-up of mucus in your body, something a goddess’ womb is extremely sensitive to.


Also pay attention to a sore tongue, black tongue, or sores on your tongue as these are likely indications of more serious ailments and should be examined by your health practitioner.

If your tongue is showing the signs of stress mentioned above, avoid eating certain food groups at the same time. There are lots of books on the subject of food combining that can be found with a quick online search.

Also, Doctors recommend taking digestive enzymes with meals which will help your body break down the foods and make them easier to digest.

What Should A Healthy Tongue Look Like?

A healthy tongue should be smooth, slightly moist, bend & move easily, and a healthy pink or pale red color. This means your Tongue health is good. 🙂

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