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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

The Culprits That Damage Your Liver


Liver damage can be caused by a lot of factors. The common factors though are excessive alcohol drinking, drugs and genetic problems however there are ways you can damage your liver unconsciously! Now, here the culprits you must know about in order to avoid liver damage in the future:
  1. Sugar – Too much sugar can be very harmful to the liver. Our liver uses fructose to make fat, too much refined sugar and high-fructose corn syrup may cause fatty build-up that can lead to liver diseases. Some studies have shown that sugar can be as damaging to the liver as alcohol. This is why it is important to limit foods with added sugars such as soda and pastries.
  2. Extra Pounds – Extra fat that accumulates in the body may build up in your liver cells which can then lead to non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases. It is important to maintain a healthy weight in order to avoid liver diseases.
  3. Non-prescription drugs – Though may appear harmless, if you’ve taken more than what is advised, a non-prescription drug can be damaging to the liver. Make sure to take just the right dose to avoid liver damage.

To fight liver damage you must know what you should do and what you shouldn’t. Another bonus tip that I got from health buff friends is how they detoxify with powerful antioxidants such as green tea, Vitamin C and Milk Thistle or Silymarin. All these can help promote the growth of new liver cells while strengthening the liver health thus the prevention of liver diseases. There are food supplements that are easy to buy which has the combination of Silymarin and Sodium Ascorbate but the only product that I have tried which I have been really happy with is LiverMarin. LiverMarin has Silymarin and Sodium Ascorbate that may help prevent over-production of insulin, manage SGPT/SGOT levels, prevent liver diseases such as liver cirrhosis and can even help prevent the liver from Hepatitis A and B.

Now the liver can be protected with just the right amount of effort.

Photo credits to: https://www.webmd.com/

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