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Do You Have a Fatty Liver Here Are the Causes and How to Cleanse It!

Written By Admin on Saturday, May 7, 2016 | 2:00:00 AM

One of the most important organs in our body is the liver, as it is responsible for filtrating and processing blood.
This organ performs crucial functions in the body, as it cleanses it of dangerous substances, metabolizes nutrients, produces blood clotting proteins, regulates blood sugar levels, digests fat, controls the bile production and the production of other important enzymes.



Yet, the most prominent disruption is the fat deposits, which inhibit the normal liver function. In this case, there is a disorder in the metabolic processes, which leads to accumulation of fats in organs and arteries, and an increased risk of heart diseases.
The fat accumulation can be caused by the following reasons:
  • Abuse of medicine, such as corticosteroids
  • Disorders of the metabolism
  • Frequent and excess use of alcohol
  • Deficiency in some enzyme
  • Protein deficiency in the diet
  • Exposure to some chemicals
  • Prevention and treatment
The prevention of fatty liver includes the regular consumption of whey proteins, the by-products of the production of cheese. These proteins are abundant in minerals, such as magnesium, phosphorus,calcium, potassium, lactic acids, proteins, vitamins,enzymes, amino acids.
Moreover, whey proteins inhibit strokes and heart attacks, hypertension, boost the immune system, increase muscle mass and control cholesterol.
The regular consumption of the following recipe will cleanse your fatty liver and keep it healthy:
Ingredients:
  • Juice squeezed from 1 lemon
  • 1 liter of milk.
  • Method of preparation:
Heat the milk, and while warm, add the lemon juice in it. Stir the mixture and wait until you notice a green transparent liquid (whey). Then, strain it and pour it in a container. Store it in a cool place.
Use:
You should occasionally take 1 or 2 pounds of the prepared whey.
Source: healthylifestylebase.com
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