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The liver is one of our most vital organs, and it participates in a great majority of processes within our body. One of the functions of our liver is to detoxify our blood, and for that reason it is necessary to assist it by eating a variety of foods which can aid and participate with the processes that it endures every day.

Foods that we are often forced to eat, due to rushing or due to our jobs are not good for the liver in the long term, because they contain a lot of saturated fats.

Alcohol should be avoided, it damages the liver very quickly, and it takes a lot more time for it to regenerate. One should also minimize the intake of coffee. Caffeine in large amounts can make the process of cleansing the liver even slower. The ancient Chinese were clever enough to drink green tee regularly, because it contains a lot less caffeine but has other properties that can help our immune system.

Omega 3 acids are very good for the liver. They are contained in highest levels in fish meat, such as sardines or tuna.

For the detoxication process of liver, the good stuff is cabbage, cauliflower, romaine lettuce, and mustard greens.

Foods containing lots of fiber are desirable that is eating products made of wholegrain will help with digestion. Eating regularly, food containing rice or eating cereals will assist also.

Vitamins, such as B12 are needed too, and it is found in milk, eggs, meat and fish. It can boost regular liver functions. Vitamins C and E are very powerful antioxidants, and are found various foods. Vitamin C can be found in brussels sprouts, peppers, broccoli, papaya and lemon. Vitamin E can be found in apples, walnuts, asparagus and tomatoes.

Garlic is very good. It contains substances known as selenium and glutathione, which are powerful antioxidants and can help the liver.

Artichoke is a very good grocery for liver. It contains substances that are both protective and can help in regeneration. It is a powerful blood cleaner, and it has great impact on lowering the levels of cholesterol.

Pears, apples, raisins, prunes, and fresh berries are very good for cleansing.

Oats are very good for leveling cholesterol in our blood, and can reduce the risk of heart disease, but since they are wholegrain they are packed with essential vitamins and minerals.

Soy is a very beneficial protein source. It does not contain any fats or cholesterol and it is high in fiber.

Liver is our essential organ, and it is very important that we care about the food we eat, because it is the best way to help oneself in leading healthy and normal life.

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