Detox the liver
There is one industrious structure that performs more than 500 functions and works non-stop for 24 hours. Can you guess that factory in your body? Well, it’s your liver. You can’t even imagine how much work your liver has to do in order to ensure a good healthy state of your body. So, if your liver goes through so much to maintain your health, you should also make sure that it remains safe from toxins and other issues. We are here with one thing called TRS that will help you detox the liver naturally, safely, and effectively.
I have been diagnosed with fatty liver disease. It was so bad I had to quit my job because the chemicals. I have been healing for three years now. TRS was the game changer !
– Katie W
Anatomy of the liver
- Right side of the abdominal cavity
- Beneath the diaphragm
- Top of the stomach and intestine
Shape and color
The liver has a cone-shaped structure and dark reddish-brown color.
The weight of the liver is about 3 pounds, making it one of the heaviest organs in our body.
Blood supply to the liver
The liver has 13% of the total body blood supply at any time. The supply of blood to the liver comes from two different sources that are given below.
- From the hepatic artery, → oxygenated blood comes to the liver
- From the hepatic portal vein, → nutrient-rich blood comes to the liver.
Lobes of the liver
The liver has two major lobes. Eight small segments combine to make these two lobes. These small segments consist of 1,000 small lobes ( lobules).
The small lobules have a connection with small ducts that further make a connection with larger ducts to form the common hepatic portal duct.
The bile made by the liver is transported by this common hepatic duct to the duodenum and gallbladder through the common bile duct.
Functions of the liver
The liver filters the blood it receives from the stomach and intestine. The blood from the intestine and stomach passes through the liver, and the liver removes toxins and other harmful substances from it.
Production of bile
The liver produces bile which plays an important role in the absorption of fats in the small intestine.
Regulates blood clotting
Blood coagulants are produced with the help of vitamin K. The absorption of vitamin K is not possible without the bile, which is produced by the liver.
Store minerals and vitamins
The liver acts as a storage container for a wide range of minerals and vitamins, including vitamins A D E K, and B12. Minerals include copper and iron etc.
Removes toxic bacteria
While filtering, the liver removes many toxic bacteria, helping our body to avoid infections.
The liver collects the extra amount of glucose from the blood and stores it as glycogen. This glycogen is converted back to glucose by the liver according to the need.
The liver produces a protein called albumin, which avoids the fluids leaking into the surrounding tissues from the bloodstream.
Regulates amino acid levels
Amino acids are necessary for the production of proteins. The liver looks after the levels of amino acids in the blood and maintains its levels.
No doubt, your liver is the key to your good health as it is responsible for a large number of diverse functions in your body. But, do you know that toxicity can slowly deteriorate its ability and optimal functioning. And the point here to understand is that this deterioration of the liver means that your body will lose its normality and will fall ultimately.
Don’t stress yourself too much upon hearing about liver toxicity because we will tell you about the solution in the end. But, first of all, let’s dive deep into the details of liver toxicity.
People present with
- Decreased appetite
- Aversion to oily food
- Epigastric discomfort
- Tender liver
Cholestatic type can have
- Light-colored feces
Sometimes people can also have allergic manifestations like
- Aching in joints
Causes of liver toxicity
There are many categories of drugs that lead to drug-induced liver injury and are given below.
- Nonsteroidal anti-infective drugs (NSAIDs)
- Anti-infective drugs
- Anti-cancer drugs
- Hormonal drugs
- Immunosuppressive agents
- Neuropsychiatric drugs
The class of drugs that is most commonly responsible for causing liver toxicity is antibiotics. The drug which is most common in this class for causing liver toxicity is Amoxicillin-clavulanate. Moreover, herbal supplements are also responsible for causing a variety of symptoms, but their contribution is underrated.
Epidemiology of liver toxicity
The most common cause for acute liver failure across Europe and America is drug-induced liver injury. Apart from that, it has a 20 to 40 percent contribution in all cases of fulminant hepatic failure. The case of drug-induced liver injury is stated to be as low as 1 in ten thousand or 1 lac, but the complete picture is still unknown because many cases are underreported or missed.
Following are some of the factors that are considered to increase the risk of drug-induced liver injury.
- Old age
- Female gender
- Chronic alcoholism
Though many studies have shown that these factors can increase the risk of certain drugs, not all of them cause liver toxicity. For instance, children are more prone to a higher risk of liver toxicity caused by valproate, but with an increase in age, the risk of toxicity also goes higher due to drugs like amoxicillin-clavulanate.
Liver damage can be
- Mixed (includes the features of both)
Metabolites are responsible for cholestatic damage that inhibit the hepatobiliary transporter systems. These systems are involved in the formation of bile and also secret cholephilic substances and xenobiotics.
Hepatocellular damage can occur in many ways like direct hepatotoxicity, innate or adaptive immune responses.
Drug-induced liver injury can be dose-dependent or dose-independent. Acetaminophen damages the liver in a dose-dependent fashion, while most other drugs cause hepatotoxicity in a dose-independent fashion.
Drug-induced liver injury can lead to acute and chronic hepatocellular patterns of injury. Normally, acute hepatocellular patterns have a resemblance with acute hepatitis, while chronic hepatocellular patterns have a resemblance with chronic hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, cirrhosis, and fibrosis.
Some cause steatosis, and steatohepatitis patterns have a resemblance with alcoholic fatty liver disease or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Apart from that, it can also present as granulomas, vascular injury patterns, lipidosis and pigments, and drug-induced neoplasms.
Detox the liver with TRS
Well, you may know how TRS is so effective against toxic heavy metals, but that is just one aspect of its ability. TRS is one of the best ways to deal with various toxicities across the body.
TRS can help you detox the liver in a gentle way. The clinoptilolite zeolite present in the TRS has a strong affection for toxins. Therefore it captures toxins and encases them inside its structure.
The zeolite structure has a 0.9-nanometer surface area which is more than enough to capture toxins. Once the toxins are encaged, there is no chance for them to escape.
Another thing that makes TRS so unique is that it avoids the redistribution of toxins in the body and thus prevents the body from any kind of possible damage. Therefore, with these benefits in mind, TRS is one of the best ways to deal with liver toxicity.
Blessings with TRS…
I have some great news! I started TRS in early March. I have always had very high liver test result in the mid 200. the levels should be under 50. I was in the hospital in early April, my levels were over 250. I had recent levels tested again. My level was 25. My Dr. was amazed. She couldn’t believe it.
– Donna L.
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