Owing to our unhealthy lifestyle and our terrible eating and drinking habits our liver can undergo massive damage over the years. From fatty liver to cirrhosis and liver cancer to liver damage, our liver can experience a number of health problems. While there are certain tips you can follow to help your liver heal and prevent diseases, you could also try these nutritious and wholesome smoothies for a healthy liver: Also Read - Activist & Arya Samaj Leader Swami Agnivesh Passes Away in Delhi After Suffering From Liver Cirrhosis
Carrot and beetroot smoothie
Blend carrots and beetroots together with some pudina leaves. Add in walnuts. Beta carotene, pectin and other nutrients in these vegetables can help flush out toxins from your liver and prevent reabsorption. Also Read - What is Liver Cirrhosis, The Chronic Disease That Nishikant Kamat Was Suffering From?
Broccoli and cabbage smoothie
Combine a few florets of broccoli with some fresh and tender cabbage leaves. Add chia seeds and turmeric powder to this. For some tangy sweetness, add some chopped green apples. Whisk together in a blender. This is a fibre-rich, liver-friendly smoothie that will keep you full and cleanse your liver too. Also Read - Why Women Are Less Likely to Die of Liver Cirrhosis Than Men
Lemon, pear and green tea smoothie
Brew green tea and keep it in the fridge to keep it cool. Blend this with some lemon juice and pear. Add a few mint leaves. You don’t need to add any sweetener because of the pear. Catechins from green tea along with pear and lemon are excellent for cleansing and prevent against damage.
Berries and grapefruit smoothie
Take a cup of berries like blueberries and strawberries and freeze them. Blend these frozen berries with a few mint leaves. Antioxidant-rich berries and grapefruit are not just great to taste, but they can also help fight inflammation and boost the functioning of the liver.
It is important that while these smoothies can definitely help your liver, you need to have these smoothies along with a balanced and wholesome diet. Also, keep in mind that you will have to keep your weight in check. Did you know that obesity can be a huge risk factor for fatty liver disease? Exercise regularly.