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Your liver is a crucial organ, as it is the body's largest internal organ in your body, with over 300 responsibilities in maintaining your health.

Its primary function is to absorb and distribute nutrients around the body, breakdown of toxic substances, and fuel your body's energy.

When you are overweight, and tending to be obese, you are at high risk of developing fatty liver disease, which in turn exposes you to other chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, liver cancer, liver cirrhosis, liver failure hepatitis.

The social stigmatization that comes with this is emotionally, financially, and mentally draining.

My message to you this morning is to take good care of your liver:
1. Maintain your body mass index.
2. Avoid late eating
3. Frequently have a body cleansing(detox)
4. Stop heavy alcohol drinking.
5. Reduce the intake of soft drinks, red meat, refined sugar, and processed foods.
6. Limit intake of high cholesterol and saturated fats foods.
7. Eat more whole grains and nuts foods like oatmeal, cashew nuts, almonds, brown rice, whole wheat, etc.
8. Consume diets with fiber, fruits, and vegetables.

Unlike your lungs that is two, you can't live without a liver! For you only have ONE LIVER! do take care of you and your family health today.

Hosanna Oyibo

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