LiverSupport Health News
Valuable Herb: How Dandelions Benefit Your Liver
Appreciate the dandelion – the weed capable of reducing congestion in your liver.
Preventing tick bites without toxic chemicals is a win-win for everyone – especially for those who have chronic liver disease.
Intercept Pharmaceuticals announced it will be conducting a Phase 3 trial on obeticholic acid (OCA) for the treatment of patients with non-cirrhotic NASH with liver fibrosis.
Learn about aramchol, an up and coming drug to treat advanced stage fatty liver disease.
Recommended treatments for alcoholic hepatitis fail to keep patients alive.
“It’s predicted that by the end of this decade, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease will be be the most common underlying reason why people are required to have liver transplants, overtaking alcohol.”
Due to their high antioxidant levels, strawberries might be able to increase our body’s cancer fighting ability.
An experimental drug for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has received high marks in a mid-stage trial.
Have you heard that specialized liver cancer cells are part of an elaborate, investigational treatment for end stage liver disease?
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.