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Are Your Liver Enzymes Elevated?

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If you want to live a healthy, well-balanced life, take care of your liver. Your liver is one of the largest and most vital organs in your body. Of course, to do this you'll have to watch your diet and lifestyle. Drinking alcohol, eating fatty foods, and eating lots of processed food could overtax the liver. When this happens, your liver will start overproducing certain enzymes to compensate.

Time to correct those unhealthy habits. Elevate your liver health instead by following these tips.

Go on a diet plan.

Avoid any foods that can damage your liver. Eat lots of vegetables and fruits containing antioxidants and fibers. Don't neglect those leafy greens! Vegetables such as cauliflower, radishes, broccoli, and brussels sprouts are especially good at reducing elevated liver enzymes.

Ditch alcohol for good.

According to Dr. Gurunath Reddy from Txgidocs.com, an affiliate of United Surgical Partners International (USPI), the best thing you can do to help your liver's health is to quit drinking alcohol. The more you drink the harder your liver must work.

Drink more water.

Drink at least eight to ten glasses of water each day. This helps the liver flush harmful bodily toxins.

Stay aware of chemicals.

People encounter harsh chemicals every day. You'll find them in home cleaning products, paint, second-hand smoke, and more. You can't cease all contact with all toxins, but you can take steps to limit your exposure.

Check your medicine.

Medicine can damage your liver, so read all warning labels and make sure you understand them. Ask your doctor if you have any doubt about the effects of prescribed medication.