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Reducing Drinking Helps your Liver #858509
03/04/14 08:09 AM
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We often think of organs are permanently destroyed by toxins - but the liver is pretty remarkable. If you drink more than 1-2 drinks a day - and then drop down to not drinking - your liver does actually repair itself. So even if you've been a heavy drinker in the past, it's worth it to give your body a fresh start.

The liver's a rather important organ, and the scary thing is, if you're destroying it you usually don't realize it until it's too late.

But if you're feeling fatigued, and you drink, it might be your liver warning you that it's being worn down.


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Re: Reducing Drinking Helps your Liver [Re: Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames] #882659
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Yes, drinking alcohol is injuries to health. Continuously drinking affects your lung and causes a cancer.If you've been a heavy drinker in the past, it's time to give your body a fresh start.I know some counsellor who can guide you and give you a better solution.

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