LiverSupport Health News
Did You Know? Immune Health and Your Liver
A strong immune system has a greater ability to fight against liver disease’s progression. For this reason, practicing liver wellness means staying healthy by getting enough sleep and reducing stress levels.
Once associated with bodybuilders looking to increase muscle mass, protein powders actually have many applications – including helping those with some types of liver problems.
Learn about the influence oxidation, free radicals and antioxidants have on those with liver disease.
There would be no almonds without bees! This is because almonds cannot self-pollinate and rely on bees to help them.
Try this! Lemon’s close cousin, the lime is a great culinary ingredient for supporting liver wellness.
The new snacking solution for a healthier weight, a healthier liver and a healthier you.
Saying goodbye to canned foods, ice cream, potato chips and more is the best bet for someone with a compromised liver.
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 fat used in baking and sautéing, coconut oil may harbor some exciting protective effects for the liver.
A world record: Janet Harris of Sussex consumed 7,175 peas in a minute – with chopsticks nonetheless!
Two different types of supplements offer gut support for those with liver concerns.
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.
Over the past decade, various observational studies and clinical research projects have concluded similarly, that coffee consumption is associated with reduced hepatic fibrosis in those with chronic liver disease.
A common probiotic has been shown to minimize lipogenesis and promote lipolysis – complementary actions that both prevent and reverse fat from accumulating in the liver.