LiverSupport Health News

Newly Revealed Health Risk Linked to Fatty Liver Disease

Raising the demand for colonoscopies, scientists have found a clear link between non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and colon cancer.

Artichokes Help an Ailing Liver


When it comes to choosing a vegetable, discover why there may not be any better than the artichoke for your liver’s health.

Can a Healthy Lawn and a Healthy Liver Co-Exist?

Since a popular weed-killer has been found to kill liver cells, those with chronic liver disease are advised to go old school with lawn and garden maintenance.

Using Traditional Chinese Medicine for Liver and Eye Health


With three common liver imbalances to choose from, learn how selecting the right dietary therapy strategy can help improve eyesight.

Does Milk Thistle Have Contraindications?


Known as a safe and effective herb that supports liver health, find out why milk thistle has some concerned about its ability to cause harm.

Five Signs You and Your Liver Need Stress Relief


Many people don’t know they need to relieve stress for their liver’s well-being. However, the body can deliver some pretty major hints that stress relief is needed. Especially important for those with liver concerns, these five signs of stress should raise a red flag urging relaxation.

L-Carnitine May Help a Fatty Liver


In conjunction with diet and exercise, learn why a popular, bodybuilding supplement offers hope for those with fatty liver disease.

Spring Allergies and Liver Wellness

Spring Allergies and Liver Wellness

If you have liver disease and take any of these five popular allergy medicines to fight hay fever, make sure you know about their potential to stress the liver.

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Protecting Your Liver From Nuclear Radiation

As the nuclear reactor crisis in Japan unfolds, some folks on the United State’s West Coast are worrying about radiation exposure. Although those with liver disease may be more prone to illness from a nuclear accident, there are several ways to mitigate the danger.

Medical Marijuana, Alcoholism and Your Liver

Medical Marijuana, Alcoholism and Your Liver


Medical marijuana initiatives are becoming increasingly popular, and people hoping to recover from alcoholism may be one of the benefactors. Those with chronic liver disease must abstain from alcohol to regain their health, but using medical marijuana to achieve this goal has a major drawback.

Pros and Cons of Olive Oil

Liver Pros and Cons of Olive Oil


Regarded as one of the most healthful oils today, olive oil harbors protective benefits for the liver. However, if not handled correctly, find out why olive oil is capable of having the opposite effect.

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The Link Between Macular Degeneration and Liver Health

Learn why preserving vision and maintaining liver health share several commonalities.

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Fatty Liver and Stroke Awareness

New research linking fatty liver disease with stroke ups the ante for educating the public in swift stroke recognition. February is American Heart Month.

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Friendship Wins Big for Liver Health

Those with chronic liver disease frequently look to their physician or pharmacy to prevent their liver disease from progressing. However, strengthening your social life might be just as important for keeping your liver healthy.

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New Research Changes the Perception of Statins and Liver Disease

New research compels us to reevaluate the use of statins for individuals with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

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News Brief: Liver Hormone Linked to Insulin Resistance

Of particular interest to those with a fatty liver, researchers have identified a liver hormone that is integral to insulin resistance. This discovery could lead to new therapeutic options benefiting a wide range of health conditions, including fatty liver disease.

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Seven Ways to Reduce Liver Cancer Risk

Making a collection of lifestyle changes may enable those with liver disease to singlehandedly prevent their illness from progressing to liver cancer.

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Selenium Boosts Liver Protection Regimens

As long as you don’t take too much of this trace element, learn why incorporating selenium-rich foods into your diet could help protect your liver from harm.

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New Diabetes Drugs Good for Fatty Liver Too

A new class of diabetes drugs appears to help manage blood sugar levels while simultaneously benefiting those with fatty liver disease.