What foods are good for the liver?

April 02, 2016, 10:10

Every­thing we eat, drink, breathe, pass­es through our liv­er. It con­verts food into ener­gy and puri­fies the blood. There­fore, very often the liv­er is called a hard work­er. And quite right­ly! She tire­less­ly has to deal with a high con­tent of harm­ful sub­stances and tox­ins that enter our body.

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If there are a lot of tox­ins in the liv­er, this affects our immu­ni­ty and appear­ance. We may feel lethar­gic and tired, we may suf­fer from headaches and insom­nia. If one or more of these symp­toms are present, spe­cial atten­tion should be paid to nutri­tion.

It may be worth giv­ing up cer­tain foods. Impor­tant to know: the liv­er does not like fat­ty foods: but­ter, lard, duck meat. The more fat the stom­ach has to digest, the greater the load on the liv­er. For the same rea­son, she does not like fat­ty cakes, cakes and choco­late. The “black” list includes strong meat and mush­room broths. Veg­eta­bles with a sharp taste are also harm­ful to the liv­er — radish, radish, gar­lic.

Sweet Yes!

Good news for the sweet tooth. The liv­er loves hon­ey! And hon­ey with pollen espe­cial­ly. The vit­a­mins, enzymes and oth­er ben­e­fi­cial sub­stances con­tained in them help food to be bet­ter digest­ed. It is use­ful to eat 2 table­spoons of sweet treats 20 to 30 min­utes before meals.

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For the liv­er, veg­eta­bles, herbs and fruits are espe­cial­ly impor­tant, which sup­ply the liv­er with the nec­es­sary set of vit­a­mins, micro and macro ele­ments, sup­port­ing its work and vital activ­i­ty. The liv­er loves cab­bage. It is one of the best plant foods with antiox­i­dant prop­er­ties. Cab­bage con­tains sul­foraphane, a sub­stance that helps to neu­tral­ize tox­ins into safe com­pounds for their fur­ther removal from the body. Pump­kin, dill, pars­ley, zuc­chi­ni, beets and espe­cial­ly car­rots are also use­ful. ATvit­a­min A, which is part of car­rots, per­fect­ly cleans­es our body of tox­ins and tox­ins, helps rid the liv­er of fat and oth­er unnec­es­sary ele­ments.

Cleansing methods

Many peo­ple know that it is use­ful to cleanse the liv­er from time to time, but it is bet­ter not to self-med­icate.

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The safest and eas­i­est way to cleanse the liv­er of harm­ful accu­mu­la­tions is beet­root decoc­tion and sal­ad. The first option is accom­pa­nied by a prop­er diet. If we talk about the sec­ond option, it is very use­ful for the whole body to eat a sal­ad made from boiled beets, sea­soned with veg­etable oil for break­fast. For this, it is not nec­es­sary to fol­low a spe­cial diet.


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