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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.
Valentine’s Day is a holiday of love; it can promote recognition that the highest positive emotion has potent liver-protective properties.
Make sure you understand why the production, secretion and flow of bile is essential for maintaining optimal liver health.
Incorporating these five, simple strategies into your life can help you lose excess weight and prevent fatty liver disease.
Stress is abundant this time of year and it can harm liver health. Try these seven natural stress relievers to reduce the burden on your liver – and your emotional well-being.
Find out why cooking with garlic is a logical step towards supporting your liver’s health.
When faced with apple, pumpkin and pecan pie, learn how to make the best holiday pie choice for supporting your liver’s well-being.
Thanksgiving meals tend to revolve around turkey. Discover if this lean meat has any liver health benefits.
November is National Diabetes Month. Learn how closely liver disease and diabetes are connected.
Taking medication to relieve severe pain is understandable; but make sure you don’t choose a combination that can stop your liver from functioning.
New findings show the possibility of prolactin’s (milk-maker hormone) ability to improve regeneration when the liver becomes compromised, or after surgery.
Drinking coffee seems to be a healthful habit for those with chronic liver disease, but this understanding may not necessarily apply to decaf.
In honor of Liver Awareness Month, publicity of detoxification diets escalates in October. Before embarking on a liver cleanse, learn what to avoid and which three detox approaches are safe and effective.
Though emerging from different eras and cultures, SST and Clinical LiverSupport both shield the liver from illness in four similar ways.
More than just a sticky substitute for sugar, there are several liver-related reasons that honey is the preferred sweetener.
Noticing one of these four manifestations in the eyes can help people prevent or address an emerging issue with their liver’s well-being.
There is little doubt that strawberries, raspberries and blueberries are nutritious, but which one of these berries is best for preserving liver health?
This summer, learn which iced coffee beverages from two popular national chains actually aid liver health – and which ones could possibly do harm.