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6 Signs That Your Liver Is Full Of Toxins And Makes You Fat (And How To Fix It)

6 Signs That Your Liver Is Full Of Toxins And Makes You Fat (And How To Fix It)

Our way of life and our diet affect our health and especially our digestive system. Indeed, it is the first affected by our excesses in harmful substances (fast food, sodas, alcohol) and it is often the esophagus and the liver that clink. But what are the signs that the liver is damaged and how to fix it? Explanations.

Signs Liver Is Full Of Toxins

The disease of "fatty liver disease"

The disease of "fatty liver disease", also known as soda or non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, is a disease that affects more and more people. It is an inflammation of the liver linked to an overload of toxins and fats, the cause of which is generally a poor diet and an excessive consumption of sugars. In this inflammation, the accumulation of fat in the liver is accompanied by cell damage identical to that caused by alcoholic hepatitis.

Generally, the first symptoms of this disease are fatigue, jaundice, edema or gastrointestinal bleeding. However, there are warning signs that the liver is full of toxins and that such a pathology may appear. Among these signs, we find:

1. Unexplained weight gain

When the body is in poor health, several organs operate in slow motion, including the liver. Indeed, the latter normally filters the toxins, sorts them and then neutralizes them before evacuating them to the digestive tract. But when they are overloaded, it can not effectively perform its role. Thus, the toxins retain the fat and are the cause of weight gain because they are not properly evacuated.

2. Allergies

Liver missions include metabolic control and collaboration with the immune system to fight off harmful cells and substances that threaten the body. However, when the liver is saturated, it can no longer help the immune system to fight the pathogens causing allergies.

3. Chronic fatigue

Allowing the body to digest fats and store vitamins, the liver is a source of energy. Thus, as soon as it works poorly, it is all our body that suffers and deficiencies appear, that is why we are constantly tired.

4. Excessive perspiration

The liver is often faced with an overabundance of toxins that it is difficult to cope with. Thus, to help evacuate these harmful substances, the body will produce more effort, which will cause excessive sweating.

5. Skin disorders

When toxins accumulate in the body and liver, they cause skin disorders including acne. Indeed, the liver is in correspondence with the sebaceous glands, which produce an excess of sebum at the origin of acne. Thus, a decrease in the functioning of the liver due to toxins causes excessive activity of the sebaceous glands.

6. Respiratory problems

The malfunction of the liver can affect several organs. Thus, it is possible to suffer from respiratory disorders such as respiratory failure, since the liver is overloaded with toxins and increases in volume.

How to cure fatty liver disease ?

To naturally cure fatty liver disease and detoxify the liver, it is advisable to:
  • Decrease the consumption of sugars
  • Have a varied and balanced diet
  • Avoid the consumption of alcohol and sodas
  • Practice regular physical activity
  • Limit taking analgesic and anti-inflammatory medications
  • Gradually reach a healthy weight
  • Focus on antioxidant and liver-beneficial foods such as milk thistle extract, vitamin E, artichoke, black radish and turmeric.

Likewise, you can detoxify your liver with this natural lemon remedy:

  • 1 tablespoon of organic olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice


All you have to do is mix the ingredients together and then consume this drink each morning, on an empty stomach. However, be sure to wait a few minutes for breakfast, after drinking the preparation. You will quickly see an improvement in your health through detoxification of the liver. This is explained by the antioxidant content of lemon and olive oil and their draining effect on the body.

Note that lemon is not recommended in people with citrus allergies, kidney disease, biliary or stomach ulcers.