The role of the liver in the body is crucial, as it eliminates accumulates toxins through the urine and feces in the form of waste.
Since we are continually surrounded by toxins and pollutants, it can often become overwhelmed, and incapable to get rid of all the waste, which leads to its storage in fat cells.
The excessive fat amounts in the liver, when they count for over 5-10% of its total weight, lead to fatty liver disease. This disease can be of two types: non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and alcoholic liver disease.
The latter is caused by the excessive use of alcoholic beverages while the non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is caused by other non-alcoholic factors, like high cholesterol or genetics.
These are the most common symptoms of a fatty liver disease, which warn you that you need to detoxify this organ in order to function normally:
Toxins impede the metabolism of muscle tissues, and thus cause pain and physical fatigue, which leads to moodiness, angry outbursts, and depression over time.
You might suffer from some liver issues if your breath is bad even though you maintain a proper oral hygiene.
Unexplained Weight Gain
When the liver does not function well, the toxins accumulate in the fat cells, and fat circulates from the gut, through the bile, back to the liver, leading to weight gain.
The liver easily gets hot when it is overworked and transfers the heat throughout the body. In an attempt to cool itself, the body starts to sweat excessively.
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