Written By Admin on Monday, November 21, 2016 | 7:06:00 AM
Liver is the largest internal organ and the largest internal gland which plays an important role in a number of body system functions including metabolism of nutrients, blood detoxification, glucose storage, iron and vitamins storage. Moreover, it boosts the digestive system through the formation of bile that breaks down the fats, converts glucose into sugar when the levels are depleted, processes hemoglobin, insulin and other hormones, converts ammonia into urea, eliminates old red blood cells etc. The liver has remarkable ability to regenerate quickly after injury and damage, as long as the illness is not allowed to progress very fast. When liver disease, also called hepatic disease, affects more than 3 quarters of the liver tissue it results with significant increase in liver function.