Many people don’t know they have an inflamed liver until it has progressed. Check out these top remedies for an inflamed liver.
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Today, I want to cover what you need to know about an inflamed liver. In many cases, people are unaware that they have inflammation in the liver. This can allow it to progress leading to scar tissue and cirrhosis. But, the good news is that the liver is one of the only organs that can completely regenerate.
People don’t typically experience any symptoms of an inflamed liver until it has progressed. One of the big symptoms is lethargy. An inflamed liver, scar tissue, or a fatty liver can lead to additional problems like arthritis, decreased thyroid function, and digestive problems. It can also create a weakness in the gallbladder.
A few causes of inflammation in the liver:
• Refined carbs
• Vegetable oils
Autoimmune conditions can also lead to an inflamed liver. Something else to keep in mind is that cancer tends to travel to areas of inflammation. It’s important to try to eliminate as much inflammation as possible.
With inflammation in the liver, you slowly lose liver function over time. But, the interesting thing about the liver is that you don’t actually need much of it to function normally. It can take a beating and regenerate as long as you don’t let it get too bad. Cruciferous vegetables are one of the best things to consume to help support the liver.
What you could do if you have an inflamed liver:
1. Take milk thistle (500mg per day)
2. Take vitamin D3 (10,000-20,000+ IUs per day)
3. Do intermittent fasting (at least 18 hours per day)
4. TUDCA (2 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon on an empty stomach)
5. Take tocotrienols (300mg with a meal) 6. Take selenium (200mcg)