1. Insufficient sleep. Often staying up late can not only cause sleep deficiency, can affect the liver self-healing at night. Professor Neil Collin, an expert in the American Sleep Association, says it’s best to sleep before 11 o’clock in the evening every night to keep the liver out of 7-8 hours.


2. Don’t urinate in time after waking up in the morning. Morning wake up as soon as urination, can accumulate overnight toxins in a timely manner in vitro, to avoid toxins stranded in the body, resulting in liver “poisoning”.


3. Overeating. Overeating harms both gastrointestinal tract health and is also prone to greatly increased free radicals in vivo. The key role of the liver is to help the body cope with free radicals, exclude toxins, and purify the blood. The more free radicals in the body, the more severe the liver function is impaired.


4. Don’t eat breakfast. Nutrition experts say that eating breakfast helps in the stomach and gastric acid and protects the liver, reduces the risk of pancreatitis, diabetes, gallstones, constipation and other diseases.


5. Too much medicine. A variety of drugs and their metabolites easily cause liver damage, leading to drug-induced hepatitis (abbreviated liver). Therefore, the medication must be strictly complied with the doctor’s advice, under the guidance of the doctors.


6. Preference for fried food. Eating fried food One months can cause a significant change in the liver, triggering changes in enzymes similar to hepatitis. Olive and sesame oil are healthier.