The people around us are getting more and more sick with time. And the reasons for this tell a lot about our lifestyle.
We live in a highly toxic environment, where our food, air, and even water are contaminated by chemicals.
There is no doubt that this can be the cause of serious diseases. Did you know that all this toxicity overloads our liver?
You probably don't even remember that it exists but, the liver is one of the most complex organs of the body and deserves to be taken care of.
After all, it works as a filter and has more than 500 functions. One of them is eliminating everything toxic from our bodies. So, if the liver isn't doing well, nothing else in the body will.
Because of that, we need to learn what foods give our livers more energy and reduce their overload when we go overboard with fatty foods, alcohol, and toxic foods.
Now, let's see 5 foods that destroy your liver and make you feel extra tired:
Alcohol is metabolized by the liver. Alcohol abuse is one of the causes of fatty liver disease (the buildup of fat in the liver, also called hepatic steatosis).
Foods rich in protein are harder to process, but this isn't the only reason red meat can harm your liver.
For the same reasons we mentioned in the last item, dairy products should be taken in moderation.
Processed foods themselves aren't harmful. What makes processed foods dangerous to the liver is the high levels of sodium and food additives.
Sugar and sugary foods must be avoided to maintain a healthy liver. The liver converts carbs eaten in excess, like sugar, into fat.
Now that you know the five foods that destroy your liver, start paying more attention to your diet and improve your quality of life.
If you want, seek a nutritionist to help you choose the best options for your body.
0:00 Foods that are bad for the liver
1:15 Red meat
1:38 Dairy products
2:05 Processed foods
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