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Allergies? Focus on liver health

Allergies? Focus on liver health April is for our health in one of the toughest months of the year at all. The human body weakens spring fever and attack him a lot of allergens, particularly in the form of pollen.

Allergy suffers a third of the planet.
Here the situation is slightly better, but the allergic reaction experienced at least once every four Bohemia. Allergies can have its origin in a problematic metabolism. Therefore, it is necessary to take care of the liver, which is the center of metabolism. We bring you a few tips on how your liver to relieve the spring and to strengthen them.

Thistle, which treats

Milk thistle is an ancient herb that has a beneficial effect on liver disease. The most important active ingredient that is contained in this herb is silymarin. Silymarin helps to restore liver tissue and has strong antioxidant properties. "Effects of silymarin are so strong that it is used as a complementary therapy for regeneration of damaged liver also drug addicts, alcoholics or people who have a history of poisoning. The extract of milk thistle can be used, for example in the form of capsules, "explains Clare Minczinger the company Generica." Previously, the plant used mainly leaves and roots, today it is mainly the seeds. It is from the crushed seeds to make a tea. For maximum effect, it is good silymarin take at least several weeks, but preferably for a period of three months, "adds Minczinger.

The threat of tough and fatty liver

For proper functioning of the liver is essential B vitamins, especially vitamin B12 and folic acid. Among the vitamins of this group in terms of nutrition very often cited and choline, a compound that plays an important role in protecting the liver. With this substance is transported fat in the body, thereby preventing the excessive deposition in the liver. Long-term deficiency of choline can cause liver scarring or accumulation of fat droplets in liver cells. In addition, it also leads to high blood pressure and atherosclerosis. Another important vitamin for liver health is vitamin C, which contributes to normal energy metabolism, and not least for its antioxidant effects of essential and vitamin E.

Vegetable Alphabet of vitamins

Metabolism can run every morning beverage that is easy to prepare. Just squeeze the juice of a lemon into a glass of water and drink on an empty stomach. This drink stimulates the liver and activates them in the process of metabolism. Additionally, lemon is a great helper digestion because it supports the work of the gallbladder and bile secretion. Also, many vegetables are used as a source of important substances for the activity of the liver. Leafy vegetables, artichokes, beets, asparagus, leeks and chicory need help regenerate liver cells. The significant protective effects on the liver has also avocado. Lovers of exotic cuisine can rejoice, because turmeric, which is an integral part, has also proven beneficial effect liver. Among the foods that your liver profited also feature honey and walnuts. We must not forget the green tea which helps to remove fat from the liver.

Forget the fries

Patients who have had an infectious disease of the liver, such as hepatitis or mononucleosis, liver diet prescribed by doctors. Such a diet, patients must adhere to a few months. The aim of the diet is to reduce the excess pounds, but to relieve the liver and detoxify the body. The principles of this diet can help you with spring cleaning and strengthening the liver. "In essence, this diet significantly or completely free from animal fat. This diet does not allow for the preparation of food frying fats and other fiery trial. The food is to be cooked, stew or cooked in steam, "says Klára Minczinger. "This diet is not recommended to season, salt can only to a limited extent. Alcohol is strictly prohibited. The list of forbidden foods are also lard, butter, fatty dairy products, sausages, pies and sweets, "says Minczinger.



Source: tz Lesenský.cz



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