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Your Liver is ESSENTIAL to Your HEALTH, If your Liver Stop Working, So Do You!

Liver is our body’s largest internal organ, that performs more than 500 vital functions. Whenever you have excessive calories in your diet and you don’t exercise regularly, fats tend to build up in the liver. If the liver fails to breakdown the fats as it normally should, you may develop fatty liver.

Fatty liver is a silent disease that many Malaysians are suffering from. Some medical experts have shared that fatty liver increases with age.

Our liver is a detoxification organ. Therefore, if you have had a big weekend of overindulging, you need a good liver cleanse to help reduce the ‘burden’ on your liver.

Natural ways to cleanse your liver can either be of a refreshing liver-friendly drink, or, using a variety of herbs.

What are the key nutrients that can help improve our liver health? 
1. Milk thistle is a herb that has been used for centuries to treat acute and chronic liver diseases. Its active ingredient, silymarin, is known to have hepatoprotective / liver-protective effects.
2.Turmeric, with its major major active ingredient curcumin, is commonly used for liver disease management, due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
3.Dandelion root, has anti-inflammatory, and anti-oxidative properties, which makes it a commonly used herb for liver disease management.
Being a natural “fat emulsifier”, is often used to help reduce fat build-up in the liver. 
 
A good multivitamin is crucial to help nourish your liver, for optimal liver health.
A multivitamin with ingredients that goes beyond the basic vitamins and minerals are definitely beneficial for our whole body, inside-out.
 
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This information is provided for education purposes only. It should not be used to substitute medical diagnosis.

References:
1.Canadian Liver Foundation 2017, https://www.liver.ca/your-liver/
2.Wong, S.W & Chan, W.K 2020, “Epidemiology of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in Asia”, Indian Journal of Gastroenterology, vol. 39, pp. 1-8
3.University Malaya Specialist centre 2017, “Fatty liver : the silent epidemic”, https://umsc.my/?umsc_news=fatty-liver-the-silent-epidemic#:~:text=Dr%20Chan%20says%20fatty%20liver,were%20diagnosed%20with%20fatty%20liver.
4.Saller et al. 2001,  “The use of Silymarin in the treatment of liver disease”, Drugs. 2001, vol. 61(14), pp. 2035 - 2063.
5.Luber et al. 2019, “Turmeric induced liver injury : a report of two cases”, Case Reports in Hepatology, https://www.hindawi.com/journals/crihep/2019/6741213/
6.Wirngo et al. 2016, “The Physiological Effects of Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinale) in Type 2 Diabetes”, Review of Diabetes Studies, vol. 13 (2-3)pp. 113 - 131
 

Posted On: 18/08/2020

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