Chew on This: Why a Healthy Weight Helps the Liver
The new snacking solution for a healthier weight, a healthier liver and a healthier you.
It is important to understand what causes malnutrition, what nutrients are most commonly deficient, how best to treat this complication and restore an acceptably healthy nutritional status.
Don’t depend on the FDA for your safety. Know which synthetic food dyes may be harmful to your liver.
UltraThistle® and Clinical LiverSupport are two of the best liver health supplements that money can buy. Which one is best for you?
A world record: Janet Harris of Sussex consumed 7,175 peas in a minute – with chopsticks nonetheless!
We wash our hands to keep clean and prevent the spread of infection, but hand washing might also pose a liver cancer risk.
Did you know that a bio-artificial liver is currently in human trials? Similar to how hemodialysis can be a lifesaver for those with kidney failure, the bio-artificial liver can do the same for those facing liver failure.
There are several reasons why drinking water benefits the liver – and these four times of the day are the best to reap those benefits.
Besides giving you a headache and heart palpitations, MSG (monosodium glutamate) might be contributing to obesity and a fatty, inflamed liver.
Keratin is a fibrous protein forming the main structural constituent of both hair AND nails. The same foods that are good for your hair are also good for your nails!
Eating a lot of sugar can accelerate fat accumulation in the liver and initiate metabolic syndrome, but a new study may have found a way around this dilemma.
If you suffer from liver disease, exercise is the probably last thing you want to do. Here’s why you should force yourself to get up and go.
Looking to Traditional Chinese Medicine helps explain why someone with liver disease keeps waking in the middle of the night – and also provides insight on how to slumber soundly.
When it comes to caring for your liver with Vitamin E, there is more involved than picking a Vitamin E supplement off the shelf.
As the incidence of liver disease grows in the U.S., experts are identifying ways that we may be harming our livers without knowing it. Could it be that your morning toast is making you sick?
Understanding the plea for insurance coverage of lap-band surgery to prevent liver cancer reiterates why stopping fatty liver disease is imperative.
Onions are an underappreciated vegetable. Not only do they provide flavor and taste to a variety of dishes, but they also have several health benefits – particularly for the liver.
Urine that is orange, amber or brown might signify liver disease. Know what you can rule out and which other symptoms might point to the same conclusion.