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10 Warning signs that you are full of toxins in your liver

 

 

Your liver is one of the most hard-working of your organs. To extract toxic chemicals from your body, it's constantly toiling away so that your entire system can function like a well-oiled machine.

Your liver is not just your built-in, ultra-effective toxin remover... it also performs over 800 other significant functions! In other words, Super is vital for the overall health and well-being of your liver.

Here are 10 tips to help you know when your liver cries for assistance:

Pain close to the liver
Feeling ache or pain in the upper right corner of your abdomen is a sign that your liver might be in trouble. The American Liver Foundation lists more than 100 potential forms of liver disease. Some of these are inherited, and others are caused by unhealthy behaviors such as alcohol and drug use.
Fatty liver disease is one of the most common liver problems in many parts of the world, affecting about 25% of people worldwide... most of them without understanding it. And that number is increasing all the time!
If your liver doesn't operate at 100%, you have a ZERO chance of being healthy, says nutritionist Layla Jeffrey, author of The Fatty Liver Remedy. This is because the fatty liver induces INFLAMMATION, which impairs the capacity of your liver to do its 800+ function in your body.
Our diet is one of the major factors. So, logically, the only way to prevent this is by changing our diet...

The pain you can feel in your liver is generally sort of dull, but sometimes it can get pretty serious. Note, the task of the liver is not just to detoxify and help the body flush out the waste. It also plays a part in the digestion of food and nutritional products.
If the liver is damaged by any illness, it can't function properly, causing it to swell painfully. This is the way the body means it's full of toxins!

Swelling in the legs and ankles
If you neglect the toxic liver problem, attempt to heal yourself at the risk of scar tissue development. The more scar tissue there is, the harder it is for the liver to function.
This will inevitably lead to portal hypertension. This is essentially high blood pressure in the veins of the liver and one of its consequences is causing fluid to build up in the legs. The official term for this disease is oedema. It's practically painless. It can impact the legs of the calves or thighs, but the swelling is typically more noticeable in the lower part of the body simply because of gravity.

Gain of Weight
If you experience weight gain that does not seem to be due to overeating or hormonal dysfunction, you might want to speak to your doctor about testing your liver. What happens is that the liver can't deal with all the toxins that come from alcohol, artificial sweeteners, high fat diets, some drugs, and so on.
The remedy that comes with it is to store unfiltered toxins in your fat cells. Toxins trapped in fat cells would certainly not let you lose weight... unless you encourage your body to cleanse your liver so that it can get rid of those toxins.

Appetite loss
This one may sound like a fantasy if you want to lose weight, but you can't resist all the sweet and fat temptations around you. But loss of appetite is no fun, no joke.
Disinterest in food, followed by nausea and weight loss, may be an early sign of liver disease. It all starts with flu-like symptoms and only gets worse.
A liver that can't function properly to flush out toxins will cause your digestive distress. This can trigger undue and unexplained vomiting. If you have any of these signs, don't hesitate to go to the doctors to find out the real cause!

Chronic poor breathing
There are some foods that are known to give us a fairly classy smelling breath. Although garlic gives you a temporary bad breath that can easily be taken care of with some gum or tic-tac, there are also more severe reasons for this humiliating symptom.
Chronic bad breath is obviously caused by problems in your mouth, isn't it? Well, yes, no.
Remember, the body is a complex machine. All is interconnected in one way or another. The bacteria in your mouth actually move down to your digestive system and can cause problems with digestion and metabolism. Poor breath, in fact, may be a warning that there's something wrong with your stomach or liver.
There is also a special scientific name for poor breath caused by liver disease, 'fetor hepaticus.' It usually occurs before other signs of liver damage occur. So it's very important that you don't ignore it!

Allergy
This may come as a surprise to you but allergies are often the product of an overwhelmed and slow liver. If so many chemicals enter the bloodstream, the brain treats them as allergens. It releases antibodies and chemicals like histamine, which cause itchy rashes.
Much like a chronic bad breath, scratching typically comes before other more noticeable signs of liver damage. Allergic reactions can be particularly intense on the palms and soles of the legs, giving you a hard time in the evening or at night.
A happy, balanced liver clears the blood of all inoffensive molecules and prevents the effect that a possible allergen has on the body.

Yellow skin and eyes;
When the eyes or skin of an individual turn yellowish, it is known as jaundice. Jaundice itself is not a disease. It is however a symptom of future conditions. It typically occurs when the diseased liver allows the body to accumulate too much bilirubin. It is a yellow pigment produced by the breakdown of dead red blood cells in the liver.
Guess what happens when the liver fails to rid itself of bilirubin along with aged red blood cells? That's right, you're turning yellow!

Dark Urina
This is another product of the jaundice mentioned earlier. Like yellow skin and eyes, dark urine means that there is too much bilirubin in your body.
Your kidneys just keep doing their job and try to extract it naturally no matter what color it is so that when it comes out during urination, it's surprisingly black. When we say black, we mean orange, amber, or brown coca-cola shades!
It's okay for the urine to change its color a little when it's influenced by what you're eating or drinking. However if this color shift is going to be persistent, that's enough justification to call your doctor. This is particularly true when dark urine is followed by light or bloody stools.

Easily Bruising
We all get nicks and bruises from time to time, particularly if you're on the clumsy side a little bit. Bruises are harmless and can often say an amusing (or heroic) story. However if you appear to bruise more easily than others, it could be a reason to have a health check, particularly for your liver!
A bruise is the result of any damage to the blood vessels in your skin. One of the hundreds of functions of a healthy liver is the production of blood clotting proteins. If the protein factory in your liver is out of control, the blood vessels can become smaller. This causes quick bruising and bleeding.

Fatiga
Constant stress and a hectic lifestyle that most of us have these days will wear out of everyone. However if you feel more dead than alive all the time, it's probably more than just an insane workload.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is similar to a chronic flu-like illness and is only diagnosed after someone has been having symptoms for at least six months. The explanation behind this is the intoxication, the liver, you guessed it!
The liver, to a large degree, contributes to the energy supply of the body. This is achieved by converting glucose to glycogen and preserving it for later use. A healthy liver pours out glucose during meals or whenever there is a need for food and energy. However a diseased liver can hardly contain glucose and has very little room to store it.

So there you got it... ten signs suggesting that your liver may be in trouble. If you encounter any of these, getting your liver checked out is probably a good idea.
Of course, taking good care of your liver and preventing it from developing any health problems in the first place is even safer.
Giving your liver a break from a toxic lifestyle is the best way to encourage it to repair itself and get rid of toxins. Good eating and lifestyle practices are all about cleaning the liver.

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