Mild liver disease, of which fatty liver is the most common, can be a nuisance in its early stages, but as the years go by damage expands (because your liver has to deal with anything you throw at your body) and it may end up as cirrhosis, liver cancer, and liver failure.

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Fortunately, liver disease and bad breath is perfectly reversible following simple natural steps. And what’s more, when you get rid of the condition your liver will work on removing any harmful substances from your body, effectively reversing obesity, hypertension, diabetes, allergies, rashes, among others.

Liver DiseaseBut how do you know if you have liver disease? Do you have two or more of the following?

  • Bad breath, coated tongue or dried mouth?
  • Difficulty losing weight no matter how much calories you cut? Or have you hit a weight loss plateau?
  • Diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and other “modern world diseases”?
  • Skin rashes, allergies, rhinitis, arthritis or other inflammatory diseases?
  • Nausea, vomiting, dizziness, feeling empty-headed, having difficulty concentrating?

If you suffer from this disorder, it will compromise the way your liver works. The liver is an organ of importance that filters your blood, makes bile, and helps digest fat. The liver is also involved in connecting fats to cholesterol, and the storing of sugar, which helps the body to save and transport energy.

Other tasks completed by the liver include making proteins that aid in clotting; metabolism of some types of medications; storing some B vitamins as well as vitamins D and A; making proteins that are important to your body; helping to break down red blood cells and recycle them.

If your liver develops infection or inflammation, it may not be able to handle all the tasks it normally does. Liver disease can be caused by different conditions. These include physical or chemical changes in the body, bacterial invasion, and viral infections. But the most common cause of the liver damage is actually malnutrition, particularly the type encountered with alcoholism.

If you have symptoms of liver problems, they can be acute or chronic, occurring quickly or more slowly, over a longer period of time. More people have chronic disorders than acute problems. Men contract liver disease about twice as often as women, and the disease may range from mild to acute.

Liver disease and bad breath may be very common among people who drink alcohol as it causes the liver to fail and hence leading bad breath and other complications.