The liver. Right lobe of liver. Bile Ducts. Falciform Ligament. Left lobe of liver. Gallbladder. Cystic Duct. Bile Duct. Common Hepatic Duct. Teres Ligament.

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Your liver is an incredible organ. It has over 500 distinct functions and plays a vital role in purifying, storing, and distributing health-giving capabilities to our entire system. So crucial is its function in fighting infection and eliminating toxins that it is the only organ to be able to regenerate and repair itself. Yet, modern-day pressures, such as an inactive lifestyle, poor diet, alcohol, and stress overload the liver in ways it has not evolved to sustain. cases of liver disease are symptomless, they’re rarely picked up by individuals until the point of serious degeneration, at which point total liver failure is a real risk. Therefore, it’s essential to ensure you are doing everything you can to keep this incredible organ functioning to the best of its ability.
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The Science Behind The Structure

Your liver is the second biggest organ in your body (after your skin). This vital organ is divided into two lobes which are subdivided into approximately 100,000 small lobesorlobules. Within each lobule is a collection of cells called hepatocytes, which play crucial roles in metabolism, detoxification and protein synthesis. There are an astonishing 202,000 hepatocytes in every milligram of your liver tissue and each lives for about 150 days, after which the liver will create a new one. In this way, the liver is in a constant state of regeneration – it can literally rebuild itself, even if a significant amount of the liver is damaged or lost.

However, the liver can only fix itself when it’s in peak condition. Under too much strain, your liver is at real risk of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, which can lead to serious liver failure. There are rarely any noticeable symptoms of liver disease and unfortunately, once the liver has been overloaded to such an extent, the only option is a full liver transplant. So, it goes without saying, looking after this hard-working organ from the get-go is vital to long-lasting health.

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