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Are you aware of your liver health?

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Liver is one of the largest glandular organs and is one of the most crucial glands of the human body. It detoxifies the blood. It helps in protein synthesis, production of biochemicals for digestion. It helps remove harmful substances like alcohol, drugs, and toxins. A healthy liver plays an important role in relieving digestive issues like bloating, sluggish metabolism, constipation, and gas which are some of the symptoms of the liver not functioning properly.

When we are exposed to pollutants and stress and overeat processed foods, our liver overworked. It makes the liver unable to processed fats, and toxins efficiently. It can lead to many complications like cirrhosis, hepatitis, liver failure. etc.
One can avoid or reduce the symptoms by eating foods that can help the liver by stimulating its natural ability to flush out toxins from the body. A perfect detoxification diet should include
Dark leafy greens
Include leafy greens like cabbage, dandelions, spinach, broccoli, mustard as they have a distinct ability to neutralize chemicals, drugs, and carcinogens in the stomach.
Carrots
Carrots are rich in Vitamin A, C, K, potassium, molybdenum, dietary fiber, iron, and glutathione. Glutathione is a protein that aids in the detoxification of the liver. Regular eating of carrots can help improve and stimulate the liver functions.
Garlic
It is one of the oldest medicinal food. It is rich in a compound called allicin which helps our body get rid of mercury, hormone estrogen, and certain food additives.
Berries
Strawberries, raspberries, cranberries, blueberries are antioxidant-rich foods that help our liver to protect our bodies from free radicals and oxidative stress. They inhibit the proliferation of cancer cells in the liver.
Turmeric
Turmeric helps boost detoxification by assisting the enzymes that flush dietary enzymes. The curcumin compound protects the liver from injury and liver diseases by reducing inflammation, oxidative stress, and improving lipid metabolism and insulin sensitivity.
Olive oil
Olive oil helps to lower bad cholesterol. They help provide a lipid base that can absorb harmful toxins in the body. It increases insulin sensitivity and lipid oxidation.
Sprouted seeds
Sprouts are rich in enzymes. It also contains proteins which act as a catalyst for various body functions. It triggers the body’s natural ability to protect from cancer.
Other foods that are not listed above include asparagus, tea, grapefruit, avocado, lemon, walnut apple, etc. Include them in your diet and see the improvement in your health.


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