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The Functions of the Liver

The liver has many essential roles in keeping us alive, including:

Blood Purification – Before its journey throughout the human body, blood from the stomach and intestines is filtered by the liver. To prevent contaminants from circulating in the bloodstream, the liver removes a plethora of toxic waste from our circulation, such as:






               Food Additives

               Pesticides and herbicides




               Dead cells

               Other debris


Detoxification – Housing an ingenuous cleaning system, the liver detoxifies infectious organisms, alcohol, heavy metals, drugs, chemicals, toxic byproducts and other poisons from the blood. Without this function, the human body would suffer from a fatal level of pollution.

Digestion – The liver produces bile, a substance needed to digest and absorb fats. Bile aids in digestion by helping the body absorb fat and certain vitamins, including Vitamins A, D, E and K. In addition, the liver converts the food we eat into nutrients the body can use.

Manufacturing – The liver manufactures a variety of important proteins, including enzymes, hormones, blood proteins, clotting factors and immune factors. The liver also produces cholesterol, which carries energy-supplying fats around the body and is a building-block for hormones to regulate metabolism and growth. Everyone’s health and longevity depend on the liver’s ability to manufacture proteins.

Processing – The liver processes almost everything we ingest via our mouth, breathe into our lungs or absorb through our skin. Considered to be the biochemical factory of the body, the liver metabolizes substances in the blood stream.

Storage – The cells of the liver also act as a storage facility to house many crucial substances, such as iron, certain vitamins, minerals and glycogen until they are needed. When blood sugar levels drop and the body needs energy quickly, the liver converts the stored glycogen into glucose and releases it into the bloodstream. In this way, the liver supplies us with fast-acting energy.

Because the liver’s ability to function properly impacts almost every system in the body, damage to this organ can be a major problem. With any type of liver disease – whether it is the accumulation of fat, a chronic hepatitis virus or cancer – there is a greater urgency to take care of the liver. A healthy liver is able to regenerate damaged cells and bounce back from occasional damage.  However, repeated, heavy scarring of the liver can surpass the liver’s ability to recover. The more damage a liver incurs, the harder it is to fulfill its many responsibilities.


Causes of Liver Disease


Liver disease may occur suddenly or develop slowly over the course of many decades. There are many reasons why you may develop liver disease, including personal habits, chronic illnesses, and exposure to poisons and infectious agents. Here are the most common causes of liver diseases:


    Alcohol - If you are a regular, heavy drinker of alcohol, inflammation from drinking can cause you develop liver disease over a long period of time.


    Bile Duct Disorders - Medical conditions such as primary sclerosing cholangitis and primary biliary cirrhosis can damage or destroy your bile ducts and cause liver disease.

    Blood Disorders - Disorders of your blood, such as hemochromatosis, may cause liver disease as a result of a buildup of too much iron in your blood.


    Cystic Fibrosis - Cystic fibrosis is a chronic condition that begins during childhood and can cause liver disease as you get older.


    Fats - Eating too many fatty foods such as meats and oils can cause you to develop liver disease as a result of a buildup of unprocessed fats in your liver.


    Toxins - If your job involves work with toxins such as industrial solvents or petroleum products, you may develop liver disease after many years of exposure.


    Parasites - Exposure to contaminated water may cause you to become infected with parasitic worms called schistosomes, which can cause chronic liver disease.




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