Do we care about our liver?
Are you tired, have a worse concentration, and struggling with digestion? Often these problems within our body are due to liver fatigue. If you ignore such problems, they can develop into a serious illness.
What is the liver?
The liver is the largest internal organ and at the same time the largest gland in the human body. They weigh from 1200 to 1800 grams, representing roughly 1.8 to 3.1% of the total weight of an adult. They lie in the right upper corner of the abdominal cavity, just below the abdominal cavity. It is the only human organ that can be recovered by itself.
What does the liver do?
The liver filters the blood and discharges the waste materials that come into the liver through the blood, from the human body. The liver is an organ that processes all foods before they enter the bloodstream, helps control blood sugar levels, and has an immunological function.
The liver, by means of bile acid, decomposes the fat we eat with food. Today most of the food we eat contains too much fat, because of this we put a lot of strain on the liver. Excess fat is loaded between liver cells and disturbs the basic function of the liver-detoxification function. Due to fatigue, the average human liver works only with half-power.
Cleansing the liver
It is advisable to cleanse the liver when symptoms develop, such as decreased concentration, fatigue and digestive disorders. By avoiding too much oily food, we can also help with various dietary supplements and herbs or spices. One of the best liver-cleansing plants is He Shou Wu or a tuber.