The liver is an organ in the human body which has a vital function because it processes the toxins into waste which are then removed through urination or defecation.

Our modern lifestyle has created an extra burden on our livers because it has become overloaded with toxins that are all around us.

Toxin accumulation in the liver will cause this organ to become unable to remove toxins and instead it will store them in fat cells, particularly in the abdominal area.

WHAT IS FATTY LIVER DISEASE?

The fatty liver disease is caused by an excess of fat in the liver. The liver is a naturally fatty organ, so there should be some fat in the liver at all times.

But when the fat in the liver counts for more than 5% to 10% of the total weight of the liver, fatty liver disease results.

There are two types of fatty liver disease: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and alcoholic liver disease.

An alcoholic liver disease is the result of overindulgence in alcoholic beverages while the non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the result of non-alcoholic factors, like high cholesterol or genetics.

The following symptoms may indicate a liver in need of detoxification. Let’s take a look:

UNEXPLAINED WEIGHT GAIN

When your liver doesn’t work 100% on removing toxins from the body, reducing calories and regular workout won’t be of much help as the body stores the unfiltered toxins in its fat cells.

Moreover, as the liver is responsible for metabolizing fat when it doesn’t function properly, fat will circulate from the gut through the bile and back to the organ.

ALLERGIES

A healthy liver creates antibodies which attack allergens. However, when its functioning decreases, the body stores those allergens.

The brain responds by producing histamine, a chemical which marks the allergens for removal. Excessive buildup of histamine leads to allergy symptoms like itchiness, fogginess, and headaches.

CHRONIC FATIGUE

Toxins prevent the metabolism of muscle tissues, which results in ache and physical fatigue. With time, the tiredness can turn into moodiness, depression, and angry outbursts.

EXCESSIVE SWEATING

When the liver gets overworked, its functioning reduces and the liver becomes hot. Hence, as it is a big organ, it transfers the heat to the rest of the body and tries to cool itself through excessive sweating.

ACNE WON’T GO AWAY

The toxins in the liver can cause hormonal imbalances which in turn cause acne. If this skin issue is caused by a sluggish liver, there is no external cleansing that will treat it until the liver’s functioning is improved.

BAD BREATH

If your oral health and hygiene are good, but you still suffer from a bad breath, you might have a problem with your liver. Consult your physician to be certain.

WAYS TO GET RID OF LIVER DISEASE

A fatty liver disease can be reversed and eased with a proper diet. These two recipes are delicious and nutritious ways to reverse the effects of a fatty liver.

Foods like dandelion root, bananas, sweet potatoes, liver, and ginger root can all help ease and reverse the effects of a fatty liver disease.

Make a breakfast smoothie with bananas, ginger and dandelion root to combat the effects of this disease.

Chop one banana and blend with one cup of Greek yogurt, crushed ginger root, two tablespoons peanut butter and one teaspoon of dandelion root.

Blend and serve immediately. Mix and match your favorite ingredients and incorporate into your diet one-to-two times a day.

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