Liver à Located in the
upper-right portion of the abdominal cavity under the diaphragm and to the
right of the stomach, the liver consists of four lobes. It receives about 1.5
liters of blood every minute via the hepatic
portal vein. The liver is a key player in your body's digestive system.What
is the purpose of liver or what it does?
A healthy liver does the following: (1) The liver secretes chemicals—because it produces bile, a substance needed to digest fats. Bile’s salts break up fat into smaller pieces so it can be absorbed more easily in the small intestine. It processes most of the nutrients absorbed by the intestines during digestion and converts those nutrients into forms that can be used by the body. The liver also stores some nutrients, such as vitamin A, iron, and other minerals.
(2) Converts stored sugar to functional sugar when the body’s sugar (glucose) levels fall below normal. It regulates the composition of blood, including the amounts of sugar (glucose), protein, and fat that enter the bloodstream.
(3) It removes bilirubin, ammonia, and other toxins from the blood. (Bilirubin is a by-product of the breakdown of hemoglobin from red blood cells RBC.) Destroys old red blood cells (called RBC’s) Detoxifies the blood to rid it of harmful substances such as alcohol and drugs. Breaks down hemoglobin as well as insulin and other hormones. It breaks down (metabolizes) alcohol and many drugs.
(4) It produces cholesterol and certain important proteins, such as albumin.
(5) It produces clotting factors, chemicals needed to help blood clot, heals wounds.
(6) Converts ammonia to urea, which is vital in metabolism
destruction of old red blood cells produces waste that gives fecal matter its
usual brown color. Discoloration of stool — or darkened urine — could signal
the onset of problems within the liver, such as viral hepatitis. Another
common sign of liver problems is jaundice, the yellowing of the skin and eyes
due to the buildup of bilirubin, a waste product of normal hemoglobin
Common liver diseases (1) Hepatitis infection
(2) Fatty liver disease (3) cancer
Liver damages due to (1) alcohol, (2) the pain reliever acetaminophen(Tylenol), and (3) some cancer drugs (4) Hepatitis A from eating or drinking water that's got the virus that causes the disease. You can get a vaccine if you're traveling to a part of the world where there are outbreaks. Hepatitis B and C are spread through blood and body fluids. To cut your risk, don't share items like toothbrushes, razors, or needles.
How to self clean Liver (Detoxification) (1) Radish Juice (مولی) clears toxins of kidney, liver, gallbladder
(2) Eating or drinking grapefruit juice can help your liver flush out carcinogens and toxins as it contains glutathione, vitamin C and antioxidants.
(3) Tomatoes, Spinach : They have abundant amounts of Glutathione which again, are a great detoxifier
(4) Turmeric: Turmeric is the liver’s favorite spice and helps boost liver detox. It does this by assisting enzymes that actively flush out dietary carcinogens.
(5) Cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower
(6) Citrous fruits Lemon, Orange Compiled by : Whats App +966509380704
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