The Main Causes of Liver Damage

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The Main Causes of Liver DamageThe liver is a major organ responsible for various digestive ad metabolic functions of the body. It is one of the organs, which helps the body to eliminate toxins from the body. A small damage to this organ can be life threatening. Syeda Kiran Zahra Hussain, Certified Holistic Nutrition Therapist, SNHS , UK. Certified Health Coach, IIN, US, shares the top 9 causes of liver damage and tips to avoid harming your liver.

1: Sleep deprivation

Our body goes into a repair process, when we sleep. So, make sure you get a good 8 hours of sleep. Lack of sleep will ruin your elimination process and damage your liver.

2: Not urinating in the morning

It is very important to urinate as soon as you get up. Getting rid of toxins from the body in the form of urine, will help to remove the bodily toxins, which are built overnight.

3:  Eating too much 

Eating in excess will do more harm than good It will harm your waistline and your liver as well.

4:  Skipping breakfast

Always have a good and healthy breakfast in the morning. A good breakfast will help you stay fuller for a longer time and also avoid liver damage.

5: Consuming too much medication

When it comes to popping pills, always consult your doctor. Excessive consumption of medications can damage your liver gradually.

6: Stay away from fake food

Fake with preservatives, additives, food colouring and artificial sweeteners, can cause liver damage because they contain chemicals in them.

7: Unhealthy oil

Excessive consumption of oil can create heart and liver problems. So, stay away from them as far as possible or use healthy oil variants like olive oil and sesame oil.

8: Raw food

Consuming half cooked food or overly cooked food also can cause liver damage. Choose fresh foods always.

9: Alcohol consumption

Too much alcohol is not good for your overall health as well as your liver. So, always drink alcohol in moderation.

Source: Healthmeup

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