Who can tell what’s going on in a body that seems to be very healthy? Though we may not see it that way, today we thought of educating you about the gradual destruction of the body. Such is the common practice of liver oil. It is not difficult for a doctor to determine how the liver is deposited by a stomach scan. How is the oil stored in the liver? What happens then? Let’s find out. Liver oil is caused by fatty foods that enter the body. Oil is a byproduct of our favorite foods, such as coconut oil, coconut milk, and milk. As the body grows obese, so does the liver’s acceptance of the oil. What is the liver, one of the most important organs of the body, that prefer oil? The liver is the human body’s food storage, about a foot large, just a little over the right side of the stomach. This is because the liver maintains our body’s ability to fast for two to three days. If the liver, which serves many functions for the body, breaks down, it can put us in a state of unconsciousness. Excessive doses of painkillers in combination with long doses of alcohol can cause the most damage. In the 1970s and 75s, people who consumed large amounts of bad drinks are still suffering from liver damage. The other is the fatty deposits in the liver caused by the consumption of fatty foods. The body collects the oil in the liver and removes it. In the same way, a small operation to remove the oil from the liver can not prevent the liver from causing minor damage. In an attempt to remove the liver oil over some time, parts of it are dissolved and blended into the blood. Thus, the blood enzymes are called SGPT and SGOT, and a blood test can show that their concentrations are above normal. If a blood test confirms that it is an abnormal increase, the doctors quickly realize that the damage to the liver has begun. In this way, when the liver is destroyed continuously, the scars begin to spread throughout the liver. The liver scars and the scars grow more and more.
At first glance, it looks like a small, bumpy liver. The scars will not allow those small bumps to get even bigger. This condition is what you call cirrhosis without knowing exactly what is going on. Let us now examine what happens to a sufferer of cirrhosis. The nutrients we eat take the liver first. In such an environment, the nutrient veins that carry the nutrients are entered into the liver by a series of scars. But in this case, the blood in the vein becomes compressed, unable to get into the liver. This is where the veins begin to sprout and the tiny veins start to pop out. Thus, the elliptical vein does not stop at the point where the esophagus begins or the stomach begins to explode. Doctors can monitor this condition with the help of a mouth-mounted camera. If one of those veins erupts, there will be a large hemorrhage and the vomiting leaves the body, causing life to collapse. On the other hand, bleeding can go into the food pathway, along with the blood, and digestion of asthma. If the condition is detected in advance by a camera inspection, it is possible to protect the bottom of the throat with rubber rings. This is another problem faced by a sufferer. As you know, the food we feed our liver is filled with a variety of odors that are hard to tolerate in the lower parts of the tract. These poisonous nutrients come to the liver to enter the body. But the liver does not allow it to pass through, destroying all of the toxins. But when the liver is weakened, the ability to lose it is passed on to the body, and then to the brain. In this case, the patient may be unconscious and unable to save his life. But such patients also have the potential to save lives by regularly cleaning up waste products in the food stream.
Patients suffering from this condition may experience a gradual decrease in their blood protein levels, especially the whole body, including the feet. This is because the liver also has a protein production plant. Now you can see that the consequences of liver disease, which plays a major role in our health, are much more serious than you think. Also known as NASH (Non-alcoholic state hepatitis), liver oil can be detected by scanning and blood tests. Today, drugs have been developed to control these conditions. But more importantly, the liver is free from our wrong behaviors, addictions, and improper eating habits.