5 Lifestyle changes that can improve your liver health

A healthy liver is the secret to good health. The majority of liver-related illnesses if diagnosed early can be easily treated with lifestyle modifications and medications. Here are a few easy and useful lifestyle changes for a healthy liver.

Strictly following a healthy lifestyle is one common goal for many of us. This is the same promise we make as the new year or new day begins but soon after some days or hours, we get back to our old lifestyle which is full of unhealthy eating and sedentary life. In today’s fast-forward life, people often find it difficult to keep themselves away from consuming unhealthy snacks and harmful beverages that can severely damage their health, especially their liver. A healthy liver is the secret to good health. So, stop taking it for granted and start taking good care of your liver. Here are some easy and useful lifestyle changes that will slowly improve your liver health.

Start eating healthy

You can help your liver to recover by eating a healthy and balanced diet. Make small changes in your daily diet for a healthy liver like 

  • Never skip breakfast 
  • Ensure a healthy fiber-rich breakfast 
  • Healthy snacking
  • Avoid too much junk and packaged food 
  • Regular detoxification of the body
  • Reduce salt and fat intake
  • Include plenty of veggies and fruits in your diet

Stay away from alcohol

Alcohol is your liver’s biggest enemy. Regular consumption of alcohol may lead to severe damage to the liver. Excess consumption of alcohol may lead to life-threatening conditions like alcoholic fatty liver disease, liver cirrhosis, etc. The majority of liver-related illnesses can be avoided by lifestyle changes, early diagnosis, and timely medication.

Quit smoking

Smoking is the second most dangerous enemy of your liver. The harmful toxins from smoke travel to the liver and deteriorate it over the period. Also, if you are already having any liver-related disease, smoking could worsen the condition. Hence to take better care of your liver, you need to quit smoking today.

Stress management

You will be surprised to know that stress can damage your liver to a very large extent. So, make sure you get time to relax, to unwind yourself. You can do your favorite hobby in your leisure time; this will make you feel good from within. Just stay away from stress, don’t just think of it all the time.


Just like your other organs get benefitted from exercise, so does your liver. Regular physical workout lowers the risk of fat accumulation around the liver. Accumulation of fat may lead to various fatty liver diseases. This can further lead to hardening or scarring of the liver or liver cirrhosis or even cancer. Thus, indulge in some kind of physical exercise to maintain your weight as per your BMI.

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Renu Gupta

With a background in Pharmacy which is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry, I had the desire to mix creativity to these fields. Medicircle provides me an avenue to apply my training in science and interest in creativity together.

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