Liver Care

Your liver plays an important role in your overall health, acting as a filter for everything you eat and drink. When your body produces potentially harmful chemicals, your liver works to protect you by cleaning your blood of these substances. While helping your body break down fats from everyday foods by producing a liquid known as bile, the liver also serves as a source of energy through its storage of glucose, an essential sugar.

Living a health-conscious lifestyle goes great lengths in maintaining long-term liver care. While caring for your liver might seem daunting, the task is especially doable if you avoid certain substances that threaten your liver’s health.

Follow these tips for proactive liver care:

Your liver is invaluable, keeping your body clean while providing a necessary boost for you to tackle daily tasks. The staff at Uptown Emergency Room receives continual training and wields a wealth of knowledge regarding proper liver care. If you are located within the Dallas area, call us today.

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