Hello this is Jane Brown. Thanks to all for contacting me and asking some very important questions. I will attempt to write blogs for you on different topics that you have asked about. This article is about your poor liver function and some solutions for relief. But always talk to your doctor if you have the problem.
The liver has so many functions that most of us think that it’s only job is to “cleanse” or “purify”. However, a proper functioning liver has many other functions, such as, about one quarter of your blood volume passes through your liver every minute. Also, the liver is involved in the formation of bile. This critical organ is the first to process drugs, nutrients and toxins which are absorbed from the stomach and intestine. Therefore, if the liver is not working properly these nutrients, drugs and toxins are not metabolized.
4 Possible Causes of Poor Liver Function:
- The Presence of toxins or poisons in your Body: Toxins can accumulate in many parts of the body such as the pancreas and kidneys, but the liver can also be adversely affected
- Medications: Such drugs or medications are foreign to the body and therefore puts a strain and makes the liver work overtime. Alcohol, coffee or caffeine and contraceptives also stress the normal functioning of the liver
- Eating too much: With eating too much food at one time the liver has to spend more time to detoxify the harmful substances and therefore results in a fatigued overworked liver
- Not eating the Right Foods: Making poor food choices such as fried foods, white flour products, junk foods, processed foods – are all difficult for the liver to process
Recommended Tips for Liver Health:
- Include fiber in your diet so that the liver doesn’t have to work twice as hard. It will help with digestion and you won’t feel as bloated
- Drink plenty of water to flush out the toxins
- Try to avoid coffee, alcohol and soft drinks
- Eating such foods as almonds, bananas, kelp, raisins, prunes, brown rice are high in potassium and will benefit you in processing foods
- Foods to avoid – red meat, salt, fish, white sugar and all food products white, strong tea, spicy and fried foods
Of course, the healthier you can eat the better for you. Staying away from processed foods and eating fresh vegetables and fruits is ideal.
Thank you for joining me. I hope you have enjoyed this article and will return in the future to read more on your health. I have attached some links to other articles that I have written recently.
Take care and have a happy healthy day.
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