The liver is the chemical factory of the body and feeding the liver can help when other approaches have not been effective. Historically, bovine liver has also been used for some enlarged livers, forms of anemia, and for support when chronic degenerative diseases are encountered.
The basic functions of the liver can be divided into:
(1) its vascular functions for storage and filtration of the blood,
(2), its metabolic functions concerned with the majority of the metabolic systems of the body,
(3) its secretory and excretory functions.
About 1100 milliliters of bloods flows from the portal vein and into the liver sinusoids each minute, and about an additional 350 milliliters flows into the sinusoids from the hepatic artery. The liver thus partially detoxifies the equivalent of all the blood in the body several times per hour. The liver contains Kupffer cells, which are large macrophages that can efficiently cleanse the blood of various bacteria. The liver can expand and can regenerate its own tissue. The liver is the chemical factory of the body and is also involved in blood sugar regulation
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