LiverSupport Health News
Those who are in danger of developing or who have already been diagnosed with fatty liver disease have good reason to supplement with alpha R-lipoic acid.
Learn how N-acetyl cysteine helps protect your liver from oxidation – especially when it is paired with another common antioxidant.
Replacing four ingredients with other kitchen staples will make a big impact on the fat, sugar and preservatives your liver must process.
If your doctor delivers news of high liver enzymes or a fatty liver, make sure you understand what that means.
New study reveals possible liver, kidney and other organ damage caused by the FDA-approved weight loss supplement, Alli.
Some people may think that checking on poop color is gross, but poop color could be a warning sign of poor liver health.
Since happiness appears capable of preventing liver disease progression, finding joy has never been more important.
Going far beyond their bright addition to a traditional Thanksgiving meal, the cranberry provides some surprising liver health benefits.
Find out how tongue observation can reveal more about the liver’s health than most people realize.
Medical foods are a relatively new frontier in healthcare. A medical food used for knee osteoarthritis seems safe enough at first glance, but may pose a hazard to those with liver disease.
Learn why changes in the fingernails could be an indicator of a liver problem.
An apple a day could help prevent fatty liver disease, as long as you don’t peel off the skin!
For anyone with compromised liver function, healthfully raising your metabolic rate can reinstate adequate energy levels.
TORONTO — A commonly prescribed antibiotic appears to increase the risk of severe liver damage in some older patients, researchers say.
An ingredient well known in many health food circles, flaxseeds are a terrific addition to a diet crafted for a healthy liver.
Those with chronic liver disease can pray for the reversal of liver fibrosis, but new research gives hope for a more scientific approach.
Those combining the wisdom of nutrition and pharmaceuticals are making inroads into preventing and reversing fatty liver disease.
A toxin scare gone viral has many unnecessarily fretting over immediately using their car’s air conditioner.
(Ivanhoe Newswire) – Vitamin E is good for many things, including prevention of heart disease, strokes, cataracts, and possibly some signs of aging. Now, a study finds that consuming higher amounts of Vitamin E can lower your risk for liver cancer.