Eat These Foods To Naturally Cleanse Your Liver

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The liver is an important organ that helps rid the body of waste or “toxins” and it does a fantastic job of doing so.

And no restrictive “cleanses” or “detox diets” are needed for the liver to do its job well.

According to the Fatty Liver Foundation, about 100 million Americans have a condition known as fatty liver, which is when fat accumulates in the liver and causes inflammation and generally makes it harder for your liver to function at its best.

Even if you don’t have a diagnosed liver condition, it’s important to take care of your liver, just like it’s important to take care of your heart and brain.

You can do so by maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly and eating the foods that help your liver work to the best of its ability—while cutting back on a few that aren’t as helpful.

In general, an overall healthy diet, which includes plenty of colorful fruits and vegetables, high-fiber whole grains, healthy fats, lean protein sources and calcium-rich dairy items or dairy alternatives is what your liver—and the rest of your body—runs best on.

On a more specific level, studies have shown certain foods can be exceptionally helpful when it comes to protecting from liver disease and improving outcomes for those with liver disease.

In this video we will show you the best foods for your liver.



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