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Liver Health

Coffee & Liver Health

At least 50 percent of U.S. adults drink coffee, with the average being three cups per day, according to the journal "Alimentary P...

Fenugreek & Liver Damage

You’ll find fenugreek used to stimulate milk production among nursing mothers and as an herbal aid for diabetes. It’s ...

Alcohol & Copper Levels in the Body

Drinking some alcoholic beverages, such as red wine, is widely touted as being beneficial to your health, but any benefit is relat...

Sodium and Liver Damage

If you have too much salt in your diet, that excess sodium won't cause liver damage, according to the National Library of Medi...

Cholesterol Medicine Can Cause Elevated Liver Enzymes

According to the Centers for Disease Control, cholesterol medications are among the most commonly used drugs in the US. While effe...

Hepatitis B Vaccines and Elevated Liver Enzymes

More than 250,000 people are infected with hepatitis B virus in the U.S. every year. Infection is most common in young adults who ...

Does Gluten Affect the Liver?

Celiac disease primarily affects the digestive system, causing symptoms such as diarrhea, pain and bloating when you consume a foo...

What to Eat to Produce More Bile in the Liver

Bile is a digestive fluid the helps break fats into fatty acids that the body can absorb. Your liver produces bile from cholestero...

How to Flush Your Liver With Olive Oil & Lemon Juice

Your liver is a vital organ; liver functions include filtering harmful substances, such as alcohol and caffeine, from your blood a...

The Liver, Gallbladder & Diet

The liver is one of the most critically important organs in the human body, while the gallbladder plays an accessory role in the d...
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