Proganic and the Liver.

Proganic is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Malaysia.

Proganic and the Liver.

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Liver is one of the most integral organs the human body has. It is the size of a football and sits just below one’s ribcage. It is vital for food digestion as well as getting rid of toxins within the body. Given the vitality of the organ, one would assume that people in general would be aware of this important organ and how to take care of it. However, the truth cannot be more far off. People only realize that liver health matters once something happens to their liver. Unfortunately, by then it is too late to do anything and one is left medicating for the rest of their life, if they are lucky. In most cases, people end up succumbing to liver complications. 

There are a number of afflictions that the liver can experience. 

  1. Cirrhosis. 

Cirrhosis is a form of liver disease where healthy liver tissues are replaced by scar tissues. The scar tissues prevent the liver from performing its functions. This leads to an accumulation of toxins in one’s body and lack of energy due to improper digestion of food. This in turn leads to death. It is a late stage liver disease. 

  1. Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. 

Non alcoholic fatty liver disease refers to a number of diseases that are related to one’s liver and are caused due to an excess fat build up in the liver. While a number of liver diseases are caused due to excessive alcohol intake, this specific type of disease isn’t. It also brings with it a host of diseases such as cirrhosis and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis is an aggressive form of liver inflammation. 

  1. Alcoholic Liver Disease. 

Alcoholic liver disease is caused due to excessive alcohol consumption. This increased consumption leads to liver inflammation, scarring, and eventually liver failure. This failure is followed by death. 

  1. Cancer. 

Liver cancer is a form of cancer where the cells of the liver become cancerous. The most common form of liver cancer is hepatocellular carcinoma. Liver cancer is not as common as cancer spreading to the liver. Cancer spreading to the liver happens when a nearby organ, lungs, abdomen, stomach, etc, is affected by cancer and it metastasizes. 

  1. Liver Failure. 

Liver failure is categorized by the liver not being able to perform its normal functions. When liver failure occurs on its own, it is not as serious and can be treated via medication and proper diet. However, when the failure occurs due to some sort of illness or the exacerbation of an existing condition, it becomes harder to treat. 

  1. Hepatitis. 

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. This occurs when exposed to certain viruses. It can also be inherited in the form of an STD. Hepatitis comes in multiple forms. Hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, hepatitis D, and hepatitis E. 

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Most of these diseases can be inherited including hepatitis B. While Hep. B is not a genetic disease per say, it can be passed down from infected mother to child during child birth. Medical professionals recommend a full body examination once every year. 
Traditional Chinese medicine Proganic is a form of liver supplement that is used for the detoxification of the liver and treatment of cirrhosis. Proliganic, another form of liver supplement from Traditional Chinese medicine, is used to treat fatty liver, high cholesterol, and triglycerides. Proganic is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Malaysia.

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