Morning Habits That Damage Your Liver

23:23' 12-02-2018
The liver is one of our most vital organs, like the heart, lungs and brain, for its work removing toxins and poisons from our body. How you start your day can make a lot of difference to your livers wellbeing.

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    Eating too much

    Modern people often have an arbitrary eating habit, especially eating too much for breakfast. In fact, an unbalanced diet will put more pressure on our stomach, while making our liver more fatty.

    Eating too much not only negatively affects the digestive system, but also produces “free radicals”, the cause of many diseases.

    The main function of the liver is eliminating toxins such as “free radicals” from the body and purifying the blood. The more “free radicals” there are in the body, the more seriously the liver is damaged.

    Holding in your urine

    Many scientific studies have shown toxins are removed from the body through sweat, defecation and urination.

    The habit of holding in your urine in the morning will cause toxins to accumulate in the body, leading to liver toxicity in the long term. Urinating soon after waking up is necessary to protect the liver.

    Fried foods

    Eating too much fried food weakens the liver, because saturated fatty acids and fat in this kind of food will cause a fatty liver. All kinds of unhealthy cooking oil increase the risk of liver diseases and heart diseases.


    According to Dr. Nimmo Achille from Israel’s Zeff Medical Centre, a study of liver diseases shows that too much alcohol consumption reduces the liver's ability to purify blood, and prevents the removal of toxins from the body, adversely affecting the liver.

    People who have the habit of drinking alcohol in the early morning should know that this increases the risk of cirrhosis and liver cancer, because the body is lacking in nutrients at this time.

    Phung Nguyen

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