Liver Function

The body's largest internal organ, the liver, is located to the right of the abdomen. It is a major organ that performs a variety of tasks for the body, including the generation of triglycerides, cholesterol, glycogen, and bile, as well as proteins and blood clotting components. The liver detoxifies toxins, filters blood flowing from the digestive system, and breaks down vitamins, proteins, lipids, starches, and medications. Bile that returns to the gut is secreted by the liver.

 

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