Liver for Life
The liver is a highly
resilient organ that processes all types of toxins,
such as alcohol, recreational or medical drugs, and
heavy metal or chemical exposure for elimination.
The liver is also capable of regenerating itself
after any injury or disease. However, in more
progressive liver conditions, where more liver cells
die than they are replaced, the liver will fail to
perform its life-sustaining functions.
Some of the symptoms of deteriorating liver function
1. Jaundice (yellowing of eyes and skin)
2. Severe itching
3. Dark urine
4. Mental confusion and impaired brain function
6. Tendency to bruise or bleed easily
8. Gray or clay-coloured stools
9. Abdominal discomfort or "feeling full"
10. Fatigue and weakness
11. Loss of appetite