LiverSupport Health News

Knee Osteoarthritis and Limbrel: A Liver-Friendly Solution?

3 Oct 11th, 2012

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.

Liver Health May Be Reflected in the Fingernails

18 Oct 10th, 2012

Learn why changes in the fingernails could be an indicator of a liver problem.

Keep Your Liver Lean with Apple Skin

Sep 19th, 2012

An apple a day could help prevent fatty liver disease, as long as you don’t peel off the skin!

Supporting Metabolism to Help Liver-Related Fatigue

4 Sep 17th, 2012

For anyone with compromised liver function, healthfully raising your metabolic rate can reinstate adequate energy levels.

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Can Flaxseeds Support Liver Health?

12 Aug 22nd, 2012

An ingredient well known in many health food circles, flaxseeds are a terrific addition to a diet crafted for a healthy liver.

New Hope for Liver Scars

16 Aug 20th, 2012

Those with chronic liver disease can pray for the reversal of liver fibrosis, but new research gives hope for a more scientific approach.

Liver Awareness – Hot Car Paranoia Email

1 Jul 19th, 2012

A toxin scare gone viral has many unnecessarily fretting over immediately using their car’s air conditioner.

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Can Vitamin E Ward Off Liver Cancer?

Jul 18th, 2012

(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.

The Laboratory Opossum: New Animal Model to Study Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)

Jul 6th, 2012

Scientists at Texas Biomed have developed the laboratory opossum as a new animal model to study the most common liver disease in the nation – afflicting up to 15 million Americans – and for which there is no cure.

Diagnosing and Managing Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)

Jun 29th, 2012

A new practice guideline for diagnosing and managing nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has been released jointly in the June issues of Gastroenterology, the American Journal of Gastroenterology, and Hepatology.

The Anti-Anxiety Herb Controversy

2 Jun 28th, 2012

An herb known to relieve anxiety, kava is at the center of an intensive effort to uncover the validity and etiology of reports claiming it can harm the liver.

Liver Involved in Appetite and Obesity

10 Jun 26th, 2012

New research shows that a liver-brain connection exists and it might influence our ability to lose excessive weight.

The Connection Between Brain Fog and Liver Health

The Connection Between Brain Fog and Liver Health

144 Jun 5th, 2012

Understanding cognitive impairment makes the link between brain fog, fatigue and chronic liver disease apparent.

Fish Oil and Omega-3 Fatty Acids

May 30th, 2012

Fish oil is the most reliable source of active omega-3 fatty acids (referred to as eicosapentanoic, EPA and docosahexanoic acid or DHA).

The Four-Fold Liver Health Strategy of SST

May 30th, 2012

Find out why the combination of four desired functions makes SST a powerful supplement for supporting the liver’s well-being.

Does Spirulina Consumption Support the Liver?

1 May 3rd, 2012

Often added to healthy drinks and smoothies, spirulina harbors several wellness characteristics – including protection of the liver.

More Evidence That a Fatty Liver Benefits from Probiotics

8 May 2nd, 2012

While there is still much to learn about fatty liver disease, there is a growing recognition that beneficial bacteria in the gut can play a major role in preventing fat accumulation in the liver.

Good Reason to Thwart Fatty Liver Disease

43 Apr 12th, 2012

Evidence increases the motivation to prevent fatty liver disease from progressing to cirrhosis.

SST Is Back

6 Apr 11th, 2012

SST’s temporary disappearance had nothing to do with the product itself, but with the constraints of lawful herbal supplement sales and marketing.

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