Exercise helps liver detoxification

A study (Med Sci Sports Exercise 2000;32(12):2024-2028) looked at the effects of halothane anesthesia, which is known to be toxic to the liver and can cause liver damage.

Experimental animals who were exercised regularly were better able to detoxify the chemical compound and had a reduced incidence of liver damage. Today’s toxic environment

taxes our livers like never before in the history of the human race. Chemicals enter our bodies through air, water and food and end up in our liver, which has the job of breaking them down. Regular moderate exercise can help rid our bodies of environmental toxins and preserve our health.

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