In helping you understand the vital role of the liver, and what it takes to keep it healthy, it is also important to remember that it is the ONLY organ that given the right detoxification and support can completely regenerate if at least a small portion is still healthy – believed to be at least the size of a silver dollar.
One of the best-known roles of the liver is as a detoxification system. It removes toxic substances from blood, such as alcohol and drugs, according to the Canadian Liver Foundation. It also breaks down hemoglobin, insulin and excessive hormones to keep hormone levels in balance. Additionally, it destroys old blood cells.
The liver is vital for healthy metabolic function. It metabolizes carbohydrates, lipids and proteins into useful substances, such as glucose, cholesterol, phospholipids and lipoproteins that are used in various cells throughout the body, as reported by Colorado State University's Department of Biomedical Sciences' Hypertexts for Pathophysiology: Metabolic Functions of the Liver. The liver breaks down the unusable parts of proteins and converts them into ammonia, and eventually urea.
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