LiverSupport Health News
Did You Know? Cinnamon for Liver Health
Regulating blood sugar levels is a primary goal for preventing (or reversing) non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and cinnamon is an ultimate spice for regulating blood sugar levels.
This common, spicy root can reduce fat in the liver and deflect liver damage.
Need a home remedy for sunburn? Try turmeric paste! Turmeric is an ingredient used in many commercial sunscreens.
Responsible for the yellow color in curry, turmeric helps protect your liver from excessive fat and excessive stress.
New research suggests that those with chronic Hepatitis C are more susceptible to developing Parkinson’s disease than those without Hepatitis C. Find out more about this research.
The liver’s role in fat metabolism makes this organ’s health vital to achieving your weight loss goals.
For those with the most severe form of liver disease, liver transplants are considered to be a last resort treatment; however, they are not cures. For lucky individuals, a complete liver transplant may be life-saving. Unfortunately, this ideal result it not always achieved. After a transplant, the body may reject the new liver or the new liver can fall victim again to the original source of liver disease. Learn more about 4 other liver disease myths.
Coming soon to a health food store near you – will birch water help detoxify your liver?
Taking a tepid, colloidal oatmeal bath helps soothe irritated skin.
How do you know if your liver needs detoxification?
“The essential oil extracted from dried cumin seeds has health benefits: it is bactericidal, digestive and diuretic, it tonifies, stimulates and is an excellent detoxicant.”
Four spectacular spices can make your food extra tasty while also helping you achieve a healthy weight and protect your liver.
“Pre-clinical studies have shown the potential of NuSirt technology to target the three pathophysiological aspects of NASH: steatosis, inflammation and fibrosis”
A growing body of research is demonstrating that silymarin can help decrease blood sugar levels in those with diabetes and those with insulin resistance – a precursor to diabetes. Researchers hypothesize this is because of milk thistle’s ability to support and improve liver function. The liver plays a role in producing and regulating hormones. Insulin is a hormone and when released into the bloodstream, it lowers blood sugar levels.
Learn the top three reasons people get a fatty liver and tips to help prevent or reverse it.
Before indulging in this year’s Thanksgiving feast, make sure to review these six tips for taking care of your stomach and liver.
Thanksgiving is coming – and so are the desserts! There are many modifications you can make to to your home-baked pies that will increase liver support. For example, when making pie crust, use crushed pecans, oat flour and dates to avoid shortening, sugar, bleached flour and butter.
Learn about a supplement that helps you lose excessive weight AND supports a compromised liver.