Liver Disease – 20 Tips to keep your Liver healthy

Liver

Be vigilant what you eat, drink and breathe, remember, your liver has to detoxify your entire intake:-

  1. Add high-fiber foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads, rice and cereals to your diet.
  2. Avoid smoking.
  3. Avoid taking unnecessary medications. Too many chemicals can harm the liver.
  4. Be careful about intimate contact, hepatitis can be transmitted through blood.
  5. Be careful when using aerosol cleaners. Make sure the room is well ventilated or wear a mask.
  6. Bug sprays, paint sprays and all those other chemical sprays you use can cause harm as well.
  7. Do not mix alcohol with other drugs and medications.
  8. Do not mix medications without the advice of a doctor. Mixing medications could be poisonous to your liver.
  9. Do not share personal use items such as combs, razors, and manicure tools.

    Anatomy of Liver
  10. Eat a well-balanced, nutritionally adequate diet. Eat food from every nutrient group
  11. Exercise regularly
  12. Get complete liver blood analysis in your yearly medical checkup.
  13. Get regular medical checkups and share information about health problems with physician.
  14. Get your family vaccinated for Hepatitis A and B. Get tested for Hepatitis C.
  15. If you get ear-piercing, body piercing or a tattoo, ensure use of new sterilized needles and ink pots. Do not share.
  16. If you received a blood transfusion prior to 1992, you may have hepatitis C. Get tested.
  17. Limit alcohol consumption.
  18. Over dose of medication can cause trouble.
  19. Teach your children not to ply with syringes and needles.
  20. Watch your weight; there is a correlation between obesity and fatty liver disease.
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