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How to maintain healthy liver with Chlorella and Young Barley Grass

Updated: Apr 5


The liver is one of the most important organs in our body. It is estimated that this organ has over 500 functions that keep your body healthy. One of the main jobs of the organ is to process and purify blood coming from the hepatic artery and the hepatic portal vein. The liver has two main lobes, each of which has eight segments. Each segment is made up of approximately 1,000 lobules connected by small ducts that eventually come together to form the common hepatic duct.

In addition to filtering the blood, the liver regulates many chemical levels and excretes bile intestines use to help break down fat. The liver also produces cholesterol, stores and releases glucose as needed, and regulates blood clotting. As our liver metabolizes chemicals or breaks down harmful substances, they are released into the bile or blood.

Bile enters our intestines and ultimately leaves our body in stool, while blood by-products are filtered out by our kidneys and leave through the urine. Our body stores vitamins A, D, E, K, and B12 in the liver, and the liver functions as part of the phagocyte system, a portion of the immunological function of our body. (Dr. Mercola)

The liver is highly important to our health. It is also the only organ in the body that can regenerate. However, despite its tremendous regenerative properties, the liver can help in dealing with viral infections, excessive toxins load (alcohol, drugs, artificial food additives, ubiquitous chemicals), and the lack of adequate support in the form of vitamins and minerals.



It has been proven in numerous scientific studies that using Chlorella and Barley is influencing the course of liver diseases, improving its functioning, reducing hepatocyte damage and organ remodelling. In a study carried out on mice in which alcohol-induced liver damage and the enormous prophylactic effects of Young Barley extract were observed. Barley-fed mice did not have elevated markers of liver damage, secretory (production of bile acids) as well as detoxification and immune fats in the liver. Barley has also been shown to inhibit the inflammatory reaction that is responsible for alcohol damage to the liver.

Among the factors necessary for the proper functioning of the liver, group B vitamins should be mentioned. Based on the observation of the effects of deficiencies, their role in the body has been established. Vitamin B6 deficiency leads to fatty liver disease. It is responsible for lipid metabolism and cell regeneration, including hepatocytes. It is also crucial that vitamin B2 is involved in the transformation of lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates. It also works in the respiratory chain to produce energy in cells. Its oxidation-reducing properties, as well as antioxidants of vitamins C, D, B1, B6, beta-carotene, zinc, and selenium, are important in the process of removing toxic substances from the body. Many of these compounds, such as B vitamins, are not stored in the body, so daily supplementation with the diet is extremely important. And this is where Green Food comes in handy, which not only provides the ingredients necessary for proper functioning but also supports the treatment of liver diseases.


There are also studies on the positive effects of Chlorella on the course of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. It is another civilization disease related mainly to obesity, and excessive consumption of sugar and fats. This disease causes excessive accumulation of fats in the liver, followed by inflammation, and eventually hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC is the most common type of primary liver cancer).

In studies with the use of Chlorella, it was possible to achieve an improvement in weight, lipid levels, and liver sensitization to insulin with a subsequent decrease in fasting glucose and a decrease in AST and ALT levels.


AST, ALT - asparagine and alanine aminotransferases, liver enzymes that are markers of liver damage.



As it results from the above research, Chlorella And Young Barley Grass consumed by me are vital, unmodified, without additives, free from contamination, and tested for sufficiently high content of nutrients. They are recommended for the proper functioning of the liver in healthy people, for the prevention of liver damage and cancer, and to support the healing process in people with various diseases of this organ.


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Source:

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2019/04/08/understanding-your-liver-health.aspxhttps://gastrologia.mp.pl/choroby/watroba/50948,watroba-budowa-i-funkcje https://www.farmacjaija.pl/zdrowie/suplementacja-diety/witaminy-dla-watroby.html

Barley Sprouts Extract Attenuates Alcoholic Fatty Liver Injury in Mice by Reducing InflammatoryResponseYun-HeeLee,1,† Joung-HeeKim,2,†SouHyunKim,3 JiYoun

Oh, 3 Woo Duck Seo, 4 Kyung-Mi Kim, 5 Jae-Chul Jung, 5 and Young-Suk Jung 3,* Plants Consumption and Liver Health Yong-Song Guan 1, 2, * and Qing He 1, 2 Efficacy and safety of Chlorella supplementation in adults with chronic hepatitis C virus infection Jose Azocar and Arley Diaz Saponarin from barley sprouts inhibits NF-κB and MAPK on LPS- induced RAW 264.7 cells. Seo KH1, Park MJ, Ra JE, Han SI, Nam MH, Kim JH, Lee JH, Seo WD. Suppression of glutathione S-transferase placental form-positive foci development in rat hepatocarcinogenesis by Chlorella pyrenoidosa Hideo Takekoshi Toru Mizoguchi Yoko Komasa Hirofumi Chubachi Yukari Inoue Hideyo Imanishi Masuo NakanoInvestigation of the effects of Chlorella Vulgaris supplementation in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: a randomized clinical trial. Panahi Y1, Ghamarchehreh ME, Beiraghdar F, Zare R, Jalalian HR, Sahebkar A.




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