The liver is one of the most important organs in your body, which responsibility is to transforms toxins into waste. This waste is later removed from the body through urine and feces.
However, as the time passes by, the liver function weakens, becoming sluggish and overwhelmed and the ability to eliminate toxins properly is reduced. In this case, it stores them in fat cells, mostly in the belly area.
As the result of the reduced function of the liver, the people are prone to some health problems, and we will present you some of them in the article below.
WHAT IS THE FATTY LIVER DISEASE?
The liver is a naturally fatty organ, which means that there should be some fat in it at all times. When the fat is higher than normal (5% to 10% of the total weight of the liver), the people are facing so called the fatty liver disease.
There are known two types of fatty liver diseases:
- Alcoholic liver disease and
- Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Alcoholic liver disease occurs as a result of overindulgence in alcoholic beverages while the nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is the result of high cholesterol levels or genetics.
Here are listed symptoms that may be caused by excess fat in the liver, and show you to initiate the detoxification:
- UNEXPLAINED WEIGHT GAIN
When your liver doesn’t work 100%, it doesn’t function properly, on removing toxins from the body and reducing calories fat will circulate from the gut through the bile and back to the organs.
Due to the created antibodies in a healthy liver, it can respectfully attack allergens. In a case of decreasing of the liver functioning, the body stores those allergens and the excessive buildup of them lead to allergy symptoms like fogginess, itchiness, and headaches.