The role of the liver in your body is crucial because it is responsible for accumulating toxins through the urine and feces in the form of waste.
We are continually surrounded by toxins and pollutants, so the liver can often become overwhelmed, and it can become incapable to get rid of all the waste, which leads to its storage in fat cells.
If the excessive fat amounts in the liver become more than 5-10% of its total weight, it leads to fatty liver disease. There are 2 types of this disease: non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and alcoholic liver disease.
The alcoholic liver disease is caused by the excessive use of alcohol while the non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is caused by other factors, such as high cholesterol or genetics.
Here are the most common symptoms of a fatty liver disease. If you notice one or more of them be aware that you’ll need to detoxify this organ in order for it to function normally:
Toxins can stop the proper metabolism of muscle tissues and cause pain and physical fatigue. This can lead to moodiness, angry outbursts, and over time in depression.
If your breath is bad even though you maintain a proper oral hygiene, it means that you may be suffering from some liver disease.
Unexplained Weight Gain
When the liver stops to function well, the toxins from the body accumulate in the fat cells, and then the fat starts to circulate from the gut, through the bile, back to the liver, which leads to weight gain.
When the liver is overworked it gets hot and transfers the heat throughout the body. The body tries to cool itself, so it starts to sweat excessively.
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