The liver is also known as the “silent organ” because it does not “rebel”, but once it is poisoned, it comes to the chaos in the body.
The first symptoms that indicate that your liver is overloaded:
- Chronic fatigue
- Frequent headaches
- Mood swings
This occurs because of following:
- Excessive and frequent consumption of fast food, fatty and fried food.
- Food such as potatoes, potato chips, donuts, namely, foods that have a lot of fat. It contains a lipid peroxides which damages liver cells.
- Excessive consumption of coffee – Excessive consumption of coffee the most harms the liver in older people.
Here is also the decreased kidney function, so it is not recommended for the elderly consuming more coffee per day.
Alcohol is degraded in the liver, and its immoderate quantities leads to various defects, among which is damage to the brain, the pancreas and the entire nervous system. Toxic effect of alcohol on the liver involves the accumulation of fat, the possibility of hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver.
Cigarettes have a variety of toxic substances in it, including benzaprine, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, cyanide, tar, acetaldehyde, acrolein … All of this comes in the blood of smokers and the task of the liver is anything but easy.
Traces of pesticides in food accumulate in the liver and can cause chronic diseases. Also, various kinds of medicines, pills and other substances have a very bad impact on the liver, as you know.
If you want to clean the liver, we recommend that the more you consume the following foods:
- Bitter and green vegetables