Liver Dysfunction Is Revealed By Bloating, Freckles On The Skin, Itching And Acne

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Fatty liver is becoming a common problem among people. This is all because of the unhealthy lifestyle habits, and all liver problems should be treated as soon as possible, because liver’s weakening can be life-threatening as well.

The liver is the main body cleanser. The liver’s role is to eliminate the harmful and dangerous toxins from the human body. Nowadays, the liver is functioning more than ever, because of the foods that contain high amounts of fat, alcohol, smoking and other harmful habits, which can affect and weaken its function.

A liver problem is most commonly diagnosed and discovered in scheduled medical examinations by a medical specialist. This is because the symptoms are often unspecified and they act incoherently. Because of the poor liver function, our body is starting to experience some skin problems, such as the appearance of dark spots, rash and itching. It can cause digestion problems as well, increase the blood pressure, it can cause bloating and accumulation of excess water in the liver area. And, at last, it can cause hepatitis, the eyeballs become yellow, as well as the skin.

Unhealthy habits and fatty liver

Fatty liver is the medical name for the accumulation of fat cells in the liver, and causing it to slightly increase. There are no common symptoms, and it’s usually discovered and diagnosed at a normal medical examination, with an ultrasound. This is a common health condition in people who consume high amounts of alcohol and in people with a metabolic syndrome. What is a metabolic syndrome? Metabolic syndrome is not a disease in itself. Instead, it’s a group of risk factors – high blood pressure, high blood sugar, unhealthy cholesterol levels, and abdominal fat.

We can affect on all of these health conditions, including the fatty liver. A healthy diet, with lots of fruits, vegetables, nuts and less processed, fatty, salty and foods loaded with GMO sugar, then every day physical activity, nutritional supplements for liver function and of course the ejection of “deadly” habits, such as smoking and excessive consuming of alcohol.

Milk thistle, artichoke and olives

The most efficient natural aid for the liver lies in the thistle. The milk thistle is the main active ingredient of the plant – silymarin. Silymarin protects the liver cells from toxins and other harmful damage, and accelerates its regeneration as well. It is considered to be one of the best natural remedies to relieve many liver disorders.

Alongside with the milk thistle, a plant with important positive effects on the liver is artichoke and its leaves. Thanks to the high concentration of the active compound – cynarin and other useful compounds, artichoke has a beneficial effect on the blood circulation and the regeneration of the liver and it reduces the fat levels and bad cholesterol in the blood. Although, it may not be as famous as the milk thistle and the artichoke, when it comes to liver aid and function, a plant with hepatoprotective capabilities is the olive as well, due to its active compound – oleuropein.