4 Liver-Friendly Vegetables

Your liver aids in digestion, metabolism, vitamin and mineral storage, blood toxin removal, and protein synthesis.

Beets

Beets may taste too "earthy" for some, yet they enhance liver function.

Beets

Beetroot juice may help protect the liver from certain carcinogens, according to one study.

BEETS

Current data reveals red beetroot antioxidants called betalains have anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory capabilities

broccoli

All veggies are good, but cruciferous veggies—like broccoli—appear to be especially good for the liver.

broccoli

In a study, broccoli-fed mice had better liver metrics and a decreased incidence of NAFLD and liver tumors.

broccoli

Unique plant compounds in broccoli and other cruciferous veggies may be responsible. Yummy! Broccoli can be eaten fresh, boiled, or shredded for slaw. 

Brussels sprouts

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Brussels sprouts

Raw Brussels sprouts administered to mice increased liver and lung detoxifying enzymes. 

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Meshulam said the egg, avocado, fruit, and toast deliver good fats, antioxidants, fiber, and energy. Vitamin D and iron are essential for bone and muscle growth.

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