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How to Lower Elevated Liver Enzymes

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The liver is the largest organ in our bodies. Not only that, but it’s also got huge responsibilities as far as metabolizing the foods we consume for energy conversion, and filtering and eliminating toxins via urination.

Liver damage can begin with very few signs or symptoms. However, once the enzymes in your liver become elevated, health issues will follow quickly in the form of hepatitis, cirrhosis, or fatty liver disease.

Here are ten easy lifestyle changes you can make to protect your largest organ and lower liver enzymes…

1. Stop Drinking Alcohol

It’s already difficult enough for the liver to process alcohol. That’s why, if you imbibe a little too much and too often, you liver will suffer damage. The best thing you can do to lower high liver enzymes is to stop drinking alcohol.

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