Common, Everyday Habits that Ruin Your Liver

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4. Obesity

On the heels of poor nutrition, obesity generally follows. Obesity is linked to junk foods and other poor eating habits that can cause as much harm to your liver as drinking or smoking.

Your liver processes and regulates the amount of fat and sugar that goes into your blood at one time, but in those who are overweight, and especially in those who are overweight and are eating junk foods and fast foods, the liver becomes swamped and begins to store the excess fat within its own cells.

When the liver has accumulated enough fat, it becomes inflamed and the damage is done.

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