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Liver Repair | How To Repair Your Liver Damage

In the case of liver function

 

What does the liver in our bodies what we put different effects on it in this article refer to different types of the organ in the body, the liver more on this, and its performance in the body explain

 

The liver, the largest organ of the body is solid and as the largest gland in the human body. Liver into the digestive system, a lot of work, including detoxification, protein synthesis, and production of materials needed for digestion does.

The liver, the largest organ of the body is solid and as the largest gland in the human body. Liver into the digestive system, a lot of work, including detoxification, protein synthesis, and production of materials needed for digestion does. Unlike most organs, the liver has two sources of blood. The first is the hepatic portal vein blood is rich in nutrients from the digestive tract to the liver, the hepatic artery and the latter brings oxygen-rich blood from the liver to the heart that brings. Some of the important functions of the liver are as follows:
The production of bile: bile into the small intestine helps in fat, cholesterol and some vitamins break down and absorb them. Bile consists of bile salts, cholesterol, bilirubin, electrolytes and water.
Absorption and metabolism of Bilirubin: Bilirubin is made through the decomposition of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin iron in the body is stored in the liver or bone marrow to produce red blood cells is the next series.

Contribute to the production of a blood clot factor maker (conclusion): Vitamin K is necessary for the production of particular conclusion and to absorb vitamin K, there are important bile in the meantime. Bile made in the liver; if the liver cannot produce enough Fat metabolism: bile, clotting factors are not produced.
Bile breaks down fat and make it easier to digest them.
Carbohydrate metabolism: Carbohydrates are stored in the liver, where it is converted to glucose and then pumped into the bloodstream to maintain normal levels of blood glucose. They are stored in the form of glycogen and intense release of energy whenever needed should be released.
Contribute to protein metabolism: bile makes them easier to digest proteins and on the side.

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