We all know that the Liver is a vital organ of our human body as well as it plays a crucial role in our body to maintain our digestive system. So it is very important for us to take care of our “Liver” and that is why on every 19th April the world celebrates the World Liver Day only to mention the importance of the “Liver”.
The liver is the largest gland of the human body which is supporting nearly every other organ in order to maintain the body system.
Your liver performs multiple critical functions which are the help to keep our body pure and clean from toxins and harmful substances. In fact, a person will find difficulties to survive without a healthy liver.
Therefore we need to take care of our health by safeguarding our liver. And it is the crucial job for us too for the sake of our health. Here are a few tips we are sharing with you which will keep your liver healthy:
- Eat foods that have plenty of fibres such as fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grain bread.
- Try to include foods from all food groups – grains, protein, dairy products, fruits, vegetables and fats, etc.
- Take lemon and lime juice. Lemon juice is a natural cleanser and helps break down food in your stomach for better digestion.
- Say ‘No’ to smoking and alcohol as they can damage or destroy liver cells.
- Maintain a healthy weight by exercising regularly – obesity can cause non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
- Watch out for certain medicines – Talk to your doctor before taking any medication as medicines taken incorrectly can be harmful to your liver.
- Be careful with herbs and supplements.
- Get vaccinated against hepatitis.
Remember, the liver doesn’t usually cause any obvious signs or symptoms until the liver will be get damaged. At this stage, possible symptoms are the loss of appetite and weight loss. Some people can also become a victim of jaundice if there will be any difficulties with his liver.
Because the liver is an important organ but very vulnerable to get damaged easily, so that you need to take good care of it properly by which you’re liver will be protected.
World Liver Day is observed every year, to spread awareness about the liver-related disease and how to safeguard our liver.
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