Take vitamin C:
When teamed with vitamin E, 500 mg/day of vitamin C slowed progression of fatty liver.
Since fatty liver disease is at least in part an inflammatory disorder, harnessing curcumin’s potent anti-inflammatory effects is advisable.
Drink dandelion tea:
A traditional remedy for liver disorders, dandelion is a cholagogue, which means it promotes mobilization of stagnant bile from the liver.
Lack of adequate bowel elimination allows intestinal toxins to accumulate, whereupon they directly circulate to the liver. Consider magnesium citrate capsules (two to six daily) as a gentle, non-habit forming promoter of regularity.
According to recent studies, regular aerobic exercise helps optimize liver function. It may do so by curbing insulin resistance, a key promoter of fatty deposits in the liver.
Remember, often it is easier to prevent disease than to treat it, so take good care of your liver now. Don’t wait until liver damage has set in to take advantage of these liver-saving tips and tricks.