January 29, 2023

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Healthy Liver Function

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The function of the liver is to detoxify, filter and clean the blood of poisonous waste and toxic matter; regulates blood volume, and destroy old red blood cells. The liver stores glycogen, vitamins, other substances, and the energy are released between meals. This process helps to regulate blood sugar levels and keep the energy level constance during the day.

The liver has to filter out dead cells, chemicals, drugs and debris. It is the largest organ in the body and maybe the most important. To protect the liver:

* Stop using unnecessary medications

* Stop mixing medication without doctor’s advice

* Stop drinking more than two beers, two glasses of wine, or two liquor drinks a day.

* Use very little or no aerosol cleaner make sure the room is well ventilated

* Be careful of breathing bug spray , paint and other chemical sprays

The Liver Foundation states, “It is much more likely that poor nutrition is the result of chronic liver disease, and not the cause.” However, a balanced diet helps the liver to regenerate new liver cells. Many liver diseases are found among the malnutrition group. “The Cleveland Clinic” lists malnutrition as one of the causes for liver failure. However, diet alone will not cause liver disease.

Eating the proper nutrition along with other protecting sources will keep the liver healthy. In many liver diseases, nutrition is very important. 85%-90% of the blood leaving the stomach carries nutrients to the liver. The liver processes and converts carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and minerals to maintain body functions and secrete about a quart of bile each day, a digestive fluid with salt to aid in digestion. The liver can convert sugars into glycogen, which remains in the liver for quick energy. When there is a need, the liver releases the energy.

When amino acids reach the liver, they are released to the muscles for energy or are stored for later use and the rest is converted and excreted in the urine. Amino acids are proteins in their simplest form.

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