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Cod Liver Oil and High Blood Pressure

The nutrients found in cod liver oil, most notably vitamin D and the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid, or EPA, and docosa...

Kava Kava and Liver Damage

Kava, or Piper methysticum, is a plant root frequently used to lessen anxiety. It is well-known in South Pacific cultures as a cer...

Ketosis and Fatty Liver

Fatty liver is usually associated with alcohol abuse, but even people who don't drink can develop nonalcoholic fatty liver dis...

Dairy Foods & Fatty Liver

At least 20 percent of adults in America have fatty liver disease, according to a January 2011 report from the “Harvard Heal...

Raised Liver Enzymes and a Low White Blood Cell Count

Raised liver enzymes and low white blood cells are two separate conditions that have several mild to severe causes and indications...

L-Arginine and Fatty Liver Disease

L-arginine is an amino acid that’s made in your body and found in foods such as soybeans, nuts and grains. Its main function...

Is Niacin Good or Bad for the Liver?

Niacin, also known as vitamin B-3, provides numerous health benefits when obtained from dietary sources such as peanuts, salmon, e...

Duck Liver Nutrition

Duck liver, commonly called foie gras, is a delicacy made by force feeding cornmeal to ducks in a process known as gavage in an ef...

Human Liver Fluke Symptoms

Human liver flukes are parasitic worms called trematodes. Infections typically occur from eating infected raw or undercooked fresh...

Reasons for an Enlarged Liver & Spleen

The liver and spleen share common blood circulation pathways. Due to the circulatory link between the liver and spleen, many disea...
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