Inflammation and Liver Disease

Liver Damage Always Involves Inflammation

The liver is the largest internal organ. It helps fight infections and clean the blood. It also changes food into energy and manufactures cholesterol and broad array of serum proteins.

There are many different types of liver disease. However, whether or not the liver is infected with a virus or injured by chemicals, the process of liver damage always involves inflammation. If properly treated, the inflammation may go away and the liver can heal itself. If left untreated, the inflamed liver will start to scar. As excess scar tissue grows, it replaces healthy liver tissue and leads to fibrosis or cirrhosis.

Fat Tissues Produce Inflammation in Fatty Liver Disease & Cirrhosis

Fatty liver is a condition in which a large amount of fat accumulates in liver cells. Fatty liver can be caused by excessive alcohol use or obesity. The fat was considered for a long time as a simple place of storage of lipids. It is now recognized that the fat tissue can produce inflammatory mediators and cause hepatitis (Latin word for liver inflammation) and cirrhosis.

Inflammation Increases the Risk of Liver Failure & Liver Cancer

Cirrhosis can lead to a number of life-threatening conditions, including liver failure and liver cancer. Each year, over 20,000 people in the US die from chronic liver disease and cirrhosis. Although it’s important to treat the liver disease in the inflammation and fibrosis stages, the treatment choice is limited because many drugs are metabolized by the liver and a few drugs that are used routinely to treat liver disease have significant side effects.

FlameEz Remedies Balance Inflammatory Response in Liver Disease

FlameEz-Liver is a scientifically formulated natural remedy to remove inflammatory toxins that contribute to liver damage and tumor development. The active ingredients in FlameEz-Liver work synergistically to control inflammatory responses. The formula works as a powerful total body cleanser to remove toxic substances, i.e., inflammatory cells and their metabolites and debris.


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