Detoxify Your Liver, Reverse Fatty Liver Disease.

Fatty Liver Disease

A fatty liver is the result of the accumulation of excess fat in liver cells. A growing population is experiencing fatty liver disease, which has become the most common liver disorder, and it occurs most commonly in people who are overweight and middle-aged. The disease causes fat to excessively build up in the liver, and this compromises the ability of the liver to function.

 

Alcoholic Liver Disease

Alcoholic liver disease is common in alcoholics, and it refers to liver damage caused by excessive alcohol intake over time. It involves a condition in which blood can’t break down alcohol properly, which greatly effects the liver.

When a person drinks alcohol heavily over time, the body starts to replace the liver’s healthy tissue with scar tissue. This condition is called alcoholic liver cirrhosis. As the disease progresses, and more of your healthy liver tissue is replaced with scar tissue, your liver will stop functioning properly.

 

Symptoms

People who develop liver disease don’t always experience symptoms, but most common ones include;

*Skin itching (pruritus)

*Dry or dark patches on the neck and underarms.

*Jaundice (Yellowing of skin and eyes)

*Portal hypertension, which increases blood pressure in the vein that travels through the liver.

*Pain in the center or right upper part of belly

*Enlarged liver

*Leg swelling

*Bloating and gas

*Excessive sweat

*Bleeding gums

*Constipation

*Trouble concentrating

*Dark urine

*Bruising easily

*Severe exhaustion

*Sudden weight loss

*Loss of appetite

*Nausea which doesn’t lead to vomiting

 

Root Causes of Liver Disease

Most common causes of Fatty Liver Disease include;
*Prescription drugs

*Alcohol

*Environmental toxins

*Pesticides

*Autoimmune or inherited liver disease

*Fast weight loss

*Malnutrition

*High fat foods

*Dairy products

*Preservatives

*Artificial food additives

*Coffee

 

Complications

Serious complications may include:

*Build up of fluid in the stomach (Ascites)

*Mental confusion (encephalopathy)

*Internal bleeding (bleeding Varices)

*Jaundice, which makes the skin and eyes have a yellow tint.

*Liver transplant. Those with a more severe form of cirrhosis often require a liver transplant to survive.

 

Foods, Fruits & Vegetables that help treat Liver Disease

Cabbage, Broccoli, Garlic, Sweet potatoes, Celery, Beet root, Ginger, Lemons, Bananas, Turmeric.

 

Liver Care Supplement

Liver Care” is a very gentle and subtle liver cleanser which contains herbs that have long been used to support liver function.

*It helps to rebuild damaged liver cells while removing harmful toxins from the body.

*Reduces the complications and progression of fatty liver disease.

*Strengthens liver cell walls, thus reducing its vulnerability to toxins.

*Stimulates the liver’s bile production.

*Strengthens your immune system.

*Assists in detoxification and the process of the liver digesting fats (lipids).

*Improves liver function by increasing its ability to detox.