Many who do not use alcohol and cigarettes sometimes become victims of liver disease. But Ayurveda can help you keep away from this danger yourself. For this you have to improve your eating habits. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is called the condition of the liver, in which the liver becomes fattened by people not consuming alcohol. It collects more fat than a limited amount of liver cells.
Non-alcoholic stoethepatitis is a serious illness in the liver, which causes inflammation in the liver. Due to this, the liver can be completely defective. In this, the loss of the liver is at the same level as the liver of a large amount of alcohol. After a time, the risk of liver cirrhosis or liver failure increases. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is seen in people of all ages. But people 40 to 50 years old have more prey. There are usually no special signs or signs of its disease. However, when it appears, it is exposed to the elevated liver, fatigue and the upper side of the abdomen as a pain in the form of pain.
Symptoms: In non-alcoholic stoethepatitis and cirrhosis, inflammation of the stomach, men may have increased breast, red palms and joundis. Harshvardhan Rao B, assistant professor of gastroenterology and hepatology at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, has given some suggestions to avoid this situation. Let’s know:
Choose Healthy Diet: Dr. Harshvardhan says that it is better to take vegetables, whole grains and healthy fats to avoid non-alcoholic fatty liver.
Make a healthy weight: If you are a victim of obesity then surely you need to control your diet. Daily exercise is needed to make a part of your routine. If your weight is right according to your height and routine, then you need to work hard to maintain it.
Exercise: If you talk about the week, you can exercise as much as you can for a week. If you do not do regular exercises, then with the help of your doctor you can start regular exercise.
Ayurveda: Ayurveda can also help you to control this disease. According to Ayurveda, many enzymes are responsible for metabolism and digiagnosis in the body. These are called Agni and Pitt in Ayurveda. Therefore, the liver is called a stimulating organ. This is the reason why many spices or hot flakes are not considered good for liver. There is no good for alcohol, caffeine, tobacco, hot and spicy food, chemicals or medicines present in the package foods, and damage to the environment are not good for the liver.
Dr. Pratap Chauhan, director of Jiva Ayurveda says that Liver is a sensible organ and he knows how to fix himself. We just have to keep it away from things that harm it. It should be kept cold and clean.
In Ayurveda, bitter herbs and food items such as aloe vera, neem, kootki, bitter gourd, amla, turmeric, land amla, recycling and other such things are used to improve the lever’s health and to save it. Green leafy vegetables, beetroot, carrot and apple are also very good for the health of the liver.
This tea will detoxify the lever: Boil a pinch of turmeric in a cup of water for a while, when the water cools down, add some drops (about 1 teaspoon) of fresh lemon juice in it. 1 teaspoon honey can also add to it, which will make it sweet.